Toyota PH celebrates 32nd year with 1.78M cars sold, 18 years at the top

Updated Mar 18, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Moving forward with confidence.

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) made sure that the global health crisis would not stop it from celebrating its 32nd year in the local market as its Chairman Alfred V. Ty expressed his confidence moving forward. 

“In our over 30-year history, we have faced many challenges but this is by far the most challenging we have seen. Of one thing I am sure: this will be our finest moment.

We will draw on our collective strength to support the government in its recovery efforts and we will assure our customers and each one in our Toyota family that we will stand by each other every step of the way,” he said.

A white 2020 Vios

This is highlighted by the recent launch of its new Toyota Vios

Needless to say, TMP has been a strong contender in the local auto market since its introduction in 1988. In fact, TMP ended 2019 by clinching its 18th consecutive triple crown, which is a testament to its popularity in the market.

Overall, TMP has put a total of 1.78 million of its vehicles on Philippine roads thanks to its well-developed and refined Toyota lineups such as the Vios, Fortuner, Innova, and more.

TMP’s lineup is not the only contributing factor to its success locally, but also the company’s passion to further enhance customer services and to support the needs of the country. TMP has recently donated 30 Vios vehicles to the Department of Health (DOH) and has produced over 43,000 masks for distribution to essential workers.

TMP's donation to DOH

TMP donated 30 Vios to DOH as an effort to support our health workers

In addition, Toyota supported local programs such as Coastal Clean-Up, Mangrove Planting Program, education through the TMP School of Technology, and much more.

As for its customer service, TMP launched a new online app called MyToyotaPH amid the new normal.

This app helps customers maintain their Toyota vehicles without the need of visiting a dealership. Moreover, TMP has also successfully launched a car leasing program called the Kinto One.

The Kinto One program ad

You can now lease some of your favorite Toyota vehicles

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As TMP moves forward, it reaffirms its partnership with the Filipino people. “This crisis is surely a very challenging experience for everyone.

But as a market leader, it is our responsibility to elevate customer service even in these most difficult times. We will redouble our efforts in helping to bring the Philippine economy back on track to a better tomorrow. Indeed, we are stronger together,” concluded Chairman Ty.

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Know more about Toyota


For the local market, Toyota Philippines offers 22 car models. The most affordable of these is the Toyota Wigo hatchback. Toyota also has three sedan models namely the Vios, the Corolla Altis, and the Camry. It then has one entry to the pickup truck segment, the Hilux. For coupes, Toyota Philippines offers two models: the GT 86 and the Supra. The Toyota local SUV segment has four models. These include the Fortuner, Land Cruiser, and Land Cruiser Prado. The Toyota MPV segment for the Philippines has three models: the Avanza, Rush, and the Innova. Then there are two Toyota vans in the Philippine market: the Hiace and the Hiace Super Grandia. For hatchbacks, there's the Wigo, the GR Yaris, Prius, and the Yaris, while the minivan segment then has the Alphard. And lastly, the crossovers sold by Toyota include the Corolla Cross, and the RAV4.

Here at, we provide the complete Toyota Philippines Price list for 2023, which we update on a monthly basis. Besides that, we also list the latest and hottest car promos ranging from low monthly amortizations, cash discounts, and low downpayments. 

For more information about the Toyota Philippines price list for 2023, as well other details regarding the brand, continue below.

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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