Hyundai Reina CAR PRICE LIST IN Jun 2020

In order to help Filipino car buyers keep up with the latest Hyundai Reina price in the Philippines, provides regularly updated Hyundai Reina price list as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Hyundai Reina for sale section.

I. Hyundai Reina Price in the Philippines - 2020

Hyundai Reina GL 5 MT
Hyundai Reina GL 4 AT
Reina 1.4 GL 5MT (with AVN - Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) P713,000
Reina 1.4 GL 4AT (with AVN - Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) P763,000

Kindly refer to our Hyundai Philippines price list to keep updated with the latest changes in prices of all Hyundai models.

The Hyundai Reina which debuted in 2017 and was produced hereafter, is the Korean car company’s latest, entry-level, B-segment sedan. Interestingly enough, the Reina was released here in the Philippines just a day later than Kia’s entry-level sedan, the Soluto back in January 2019.

Hyundai Reina 2019 design

Hyundai Reina shares the Hyundai-Kia platform with the Soluto, Accent, and Soul

That means that despite their obvious relationship, Kia and Hyundai are indeed in competition with one another and that means more cars with more interesting features. Like many Hyundai cars, the Reina uses the PB Hyundai-Kia platform which it shares with the Soluto, the Hyundai Accent, the Kia Soul, and even the Hyundai Veloster.

The Reina, like most entry-level sedans, have decent power which suits it well for fuel-economy, an overall affordable price, and of course just enough oomph for both city driving and highway cruises.

For its engine, the Reina gets a 1.4 liter inline-4 MPI gasoline engine that can make up to 94 horsepower and 132 Nm of torque. Power is then sent to the front wheels with either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.

A picture of the Hyundai Reina engine

The Reina's 1.4 engine delivers enough power for a car of its size

Unlike most Hyundai models, the Reina looks sedate and vanilla. While some might find that to be boring, some might appreciate the subtlety of the sedans looks.

Inside, the Reina can fit up to five people, albeit two people might be more comfortable at the back. The floor on the rear seats are also a little bit elevated and can be a problem for passengers during long travels. There are however little to no issues for the driver and front passenger spaces at all.

A picture of the Hyundai Reina driver cabin

The interior is simple yet the controls are very ergonomically placed

Up front, the Reina has the signature Hyundai grille but its headlights alas are not LED. It also lacks daytime running lights. But it does have a pair of good halogen headlamps.

At the back and the sides of the vehicle, the quiet styling theme continues. It does have character lines on the side doors though. The trunk lid’s design is also quite basic but it does work well and has a decent cargo space at 475 liters.

A picture of the Hyundai Reina front end

While it looks simple, the Reina might just be the right car for those who want subtlety.

As for amenities, Hyundai Reina 2020 does not get much, but it does have AC, a 1-DIN stereo system and loads of cubby holes to store your stuff. If you want to though, Hyundai Dealerships can set you up with a touchscreen head unit for an additional fee of course.

For safety, the Reina tends to be simple but it does have dual airbags up front, an anti-lock braking system, ISOFIX, and speed sensing door locks.

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II. Hyundai Reina price in the Philippines – 2020: Estimated Installment

1. Hyundai Reina Price Philippines 2020: GL 5 MT Variant

Downpayment (25%)
Amount Financed
Tenure / Year
Simple Interest Rate / Years
Monthly Amortization
Chattel Mortgage
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
LTO for 3 years
CTPL for 3 years
Total Loan Payment
Total First Payment

2. Hyundai Reina Price Philippines 2020: GL 4AT Variant

Downpayment (25%)
Amount Financed
Tenure / Year
Simple Interest Rate / Years
Monthly Amortization
Chattel Mortgage
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
LTO for 3 years
CTPL for 3 years
Total Loan Payment
Total First Payment


  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

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III. Why would you want to buy a Hyundai Reina 2020 Philippines?

Let’s get one thing off our list first: The Hyundai Reina, despite under a Korean brand, is actually built in China in Hyundai’s Chongqing factory. But don’t let that deter you though because the Reina as a car, travels quite well in both city streets and long highway drives.

It also offers a lot of space for both passengers and cargo, so no complaints there. Also of note is Reina’s soundproofing which is quite excellent. As reported by some, even at high speeds, Reina interior is quiet and the car is quite stable.

A picture of the Hyundai Reina rear end

While indeed very basic, the rear of the Reina has a 475-liter boot

The downsides to the Hyundai Reina is its very bare bones nature. From its plain looks to its apparent lack of vanilla features, the car is very basic. As a very affordable, sedan for the young professional couple starting out in life however, the Reina will undoubtedly perform its duties as a daily driver despite the lack of some features. For a family of four to five, the Reina to some extent can even perform as a family car.

1. Hyundai Reina 2020 Philippines Pros and Cons

- Roomy interior
- Quiet ride
- Handles well in high speeds
- Very light steering
- Bare interior with minimal creature comforts
- Very subtle exterior design

>>> While waiting for the 2020 review on the car, let's spend time with Hyundai Reina 2019 review

2. Hyundai Reina 2020 Philippines Specsheet

Hyundai Reina 2020
Body Type
Sub-compact Sedan
4300 mm
1705 mm
1460 mm
2250 mm
Ground Clearance
150 mm
Number of Seats
Engine & Performance
Machine Type
Kappa MPI Inline-4 gasoline
Engine Size
1.4 liters
Number of Cylinders
Number of Valves
1,368 cc
Transmission Category
5 Speed Manual
4 Speed Automatic
Max Output
94 horsepower
Max Torque
132 Nm
Safety Features
  • Driver and front passenger airbags
  • Child safety locks
  • Anti-lock braking system
  • Crash sensors
Other features
Front Suspension
MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension
Torsion Beam with Coil Spring
Front Brake
Rear Brakes
Tire Size

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Hyundai Reina 2019 side view

Hyundai Reina travels quite well in both city streets and long highway drives

IV. About Hyundai Philippines

Established way back in 1946, Hyundai actually started out as an engineering and construction company. It wasn’t until 1967 that the Hyundai Motor Company was established. In cooperation with Ford, they made their first model a year later.

Up to 1997, Hyundai was generally known for very affordable cars that were not exactly known for their luxury. Come 1998 however, the company sought to change its image. As such, they invested a lot of resources into improving their manufacturing practices, improving quality and design, as well as developing models with longevity in mind. And it paid off in 2004 when Hyundai ranked 2nd in an initial quality survey conducted by J.D. Power.

Currently, Hyundai cars are sold and manufactured almost everywhere around the globe, from Russia to China, and here in the Philippines.

18 Years ago, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. more popularly known as HARI, became the official distributor of Hyundai car models here in the Philippines.

With a massive and still growing 40 strong Hyundai dealerships here in the Philippines, HARI has fought hard and is currently the 3rd largest automaker in the country right now.

If you’re interested in their models available here in the Philippines, do check out our Hyundai review section.


Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to Crazy Little Love by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.