Toyota PH updates Vios pricing, Apple CarPlay standard on select trims

Updated Mar 10, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Pricing for the Vios G comes with P86,000 off.

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has implemented a price adjustment for the Vios model lineup. This news was announced during the Philippine launch of the 2021 Toyota Vios GR-S. Aside from the price adjustment, TMP has also shared that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now standard on select Vios trims.

The entire Vios lineup, except for the newly launched GR-S variant, has been given a price adjustment. The price of select Vios variants gets an increase that ranges from Php 6,000 up to Php 55,000. Of note, the entry-level Vios Base MT variant comes with a Php 10,000 price increase. This means that TMP is offering the 2021 Vios with a starting price of Php 681,000.

2021 Toyota Vios front side shot

2021 Toyota Vios

Interestingly though, TMP has slashed the prices for all Vios G variants by Php 86,000. This means that the G MT, G VT, G MT (White Pearl), and G VT (White Pearl) now come with Php 86,000 off from their respective sticker prices. The said price adjustment means that you can drive home the 2021 Vios G CVT (non-White Pearl) variant at Php 970,000. To give you a better idea, here are the new prices of the 2021 Toyota Vios:

VARIANT
As of March 2, 2021
As of Feb 3, 2021
DIFFERENCE
1.5 G CVT (White Pearl)
985,000
1,071,000
-86,000
1.5 G M/T (White Pearl)
926,000
1,012,000
-86,000
1.5 G CVT
970,000
1,056,000
-86,000
1.5 G M/T
911,000
997,000
-86,000
1.3 E CVT
901,000
891,000
10,000
1.3 E M/T
851,000
841,000
10,000
1.3 XLE CVT
851,000
841,000
10,000
1.3 XLE M/T
801,000
791,000
10,000
1.3 XE CVT (7 airbag)
808,000
753,000
55,000
1.3 XE CVT (3 airbag)
753,000
747,000
6,000
1.3 J M/T (7 airbag)
717,000
707,000
10,000
1.3 J M/T (3 airbag)
707,000
697,000
10,000
1.3 Base MT (7 airbag)
691,000
681,000
10,000
1.3 Base MT (3 airbag)
681,000
671,000
10,000

Aside from the new prices, TMP said that the Vios XE and higher trims now come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. This provides a seamless phone integration to the Vios’ 6.75-inch infotainment touchscreen. The Vios XE and higher trims now also get Bluetooth switches on the steering wheel.

2021 Toyota Vios infotainment system

The Vios' 6.75-inch infotainment touchscreen

TMP is not yet done with its surprises for the Vios. The automaker also said that the Vios G, XLE, and E variants now feature a redesigned seat patterns. The XE variant, on the other hand, gets additional 2 speakers while the XLE and E grades sport the new alloy wheel design.

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<p><a href="https://philkotse.com/toyota-philippines-price-list" title="Toyota Philippines">Toyota Motor Philippines</a> introduced the Toyota Vios in 2002. This subcompact sedan is made at Toyota&#39;s plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna. Currently, the Philippine-spec Toyota Vios is offered in nine variants. Prices for the Toyota-made sedan ranges from Php 681,000 to Php 1,020,000. The Toyota Vios subcompact sedan gets two engine options, two transmission options, and a whole host of comfort and safety features. The said model is also available in a wide range of color options. This includes Black, Red Mica, Pearl White, Thermalyte, Blackish Red, Alumina Jade, Freedom White, Grayish Blue, and Super Red.</p>

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