Toyota PH is selling the Vios with as low as P6.5K monthly payment

Updated Sep 28, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Toyota Philippines is offering awesome deals for almost all its model lineup   

In this day and age, people are noticeably wiser with their money. It also doesn’t help that the country, and the world, is still in the unseen grip of the COVID-19 pandemic

In order to help the country rise up, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is offering special promos for almost all its model lineup. Mobility after all, is a very sought after commodity nowadays, especially when you consider that most of the public transport is not yet back to 100 percent.

A picture of the Toyota Vios

With this promo, the Vios J MT can be for for a very low Php 6.5k monthly payment

The said promo will run until July 31, 2020, and it is available nationwide, for the entire Toyota Motor Philippine’s dealer network. Here’s a breakdown of the three options you can choose from this promo: 

Pay low (All-in Package)
Pay light
  • All-in Cash Out as low as 15% DP
  • Free 1st year insurance
  • Free 3 year LTO Registration
  • No Chattel Mortgage (Finance Lease)
  • Low Monthly Plans
  • 50% Down payment
  • 60 Months to Pay
  • Outright cash discount

>>> Refer to our complete guide to Toyota cars in the Philippines

Promo breakdown per model
Pay Low at
₱ 103,200 For Vios J M/T
Pay Light at
₱ 6,571 For Vios J M/T
Cash Savings
₱ 125,000.00-1.5 G Prime CVT
₱ 80,000.00-1.5 G CVT
₱ 70,000.00-1.5 G M/T
₱ 25,000.00-1.3 E Prime CVT
₱ 10,000.00-1.3 E Prime M/T
₱ 50,000.00-1.3 E CVT
₱ 35,000.00-1.3 XLE CVT
₱ 50,000.00-1.3 E M/T
₱ 65,000.00-1.3 XLE M/T
₱ 50,000.00-1.3 XE CVT
₱ 30,000.00-1.3 J M/T
Pay Low at
₱ 105,000.00 -TRD S A/T
₱ 98,700.00 - G A/T
₱ 93,450.00 - G M/T
₱ 85,200.00 - E M/T
Pay Light at
₱ 6,023 For 1.0 E M/T
Pay Light at
₱ 10,141 For 1.6 E MT
Pay Low at
₱ 111,450 For 1.3 J M/T
Pay Light at
₱ 7,378 For 1.3 J M/T
Cash Savings
₱ 30,000.00 G AT
₱ 30,000.00-Veloz
₱ 30,000.00-G MT
₱ 30,000.00-E AT
₱ 30,000.00-E MT
₱ 30,000.00-J MT
Pay Light at
₱ 10,127 For 1.5 E MT
Cash Savings
₱ 15,000.00-G AT
₱ 15,000.00-E AT
₱ 15,000.00-E MT
Pay Light at
₱ 10,540 For 2.0 J Gas MT
Cash Savings
₱ 10,000.00-V DSL AT
₱ 10,000.00-G DSL AT
₱ 10,000.00-G DSL MT
₱ 10,000.00-Touring DSL AT
₱ 10,000.00-Touring DSL MT
₱ 10,000.00-G Gas AT
₱ 10,000.00-E DSL AT
₱ 10,000.00-E DSL MT
₱ 10,000.00-E Gas AT
₱ 10,000.00-E Gas MT
₱ 30,000.00-J DSL MT
₱ 30,000.00-J Gas MT
Pay Low at
₱ 244,950 For 4x2 G Dsl MT
Pay Light at
₱ 16,342 For 4x2 G Dsl MT
Cash Savings
₱ 30,000.00- 4x4 V DSL AT
₱ 30,000.00- 4x2 V DSL AT
₱ 30,000.00- TRD DSL AT
₱ 30,000.00- G DSL AT
₱ 30,000.00- G DSL MT
₱ 30,000.00-G Gas AT
Pay Low at
₱ 140,850 For 4x2 J Dsl MT
Pay Light at
₱ 9,066 For 4x2 J Dsl MT
Cash Savings
₱ 50,000.00- 4X4 CONQUEST AT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X4 CONQUEST MT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X4 G AT
₱ 80,000.00- 4X4 G MT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X4 E MT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X2 CONQUEST AT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X2 CONQUEST MT
₱ 50,000.00- 4X2 G AT
₱ 50,000.00-4X2 G MT
₱ 50,000.00-4X2 E MT
₱ 50,000.00-4X2 J DSL MT
HIACE (Pre-facelift)
Pay Low at
₱ 222,000 For Commuter 
Pay Light at
₱ 14,904 For Commuter 
Cash Savings
₱ 50,000 For Commuter 
Pay Light at
₱ 16,993 For Commuter Deluxe
Cash Savings
₱ 15,000.00- GL Grandia AT
₱ 15,000.00- GL Grandia MT
₱ 30,000.00- Commuter Deluxe 2.8 M/T

A picture of the 2020 Toyota Wigo

The Wigo 1.0 E MT is even more affordable with a monthly amortization of Php 6.0k

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Know more about Toyota


<p>Toyota leads the local automobile industry, distributed by Toyota Motor Philippines. It has a staggering total of 73 dealerships all over the country. It has 27 dealerships in Luzon, 15 in the Visayas, 11 in Mindanao, and 20 in Metro Manila, including Lexus Manila, Inc. for its service centers and sales distribution. TMP has the most extensive car lineup in the country, with its current range consisting of 20 vehicles in total. See the latest price list of Toyota vehicles in the Philippines here.</p>

Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar G.B. Miguel


Cesar is a graduate of AB English with previous experience working as a freelance writer for varied internet publications in-between his former stints in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and later as a First Aid Provider and Training Staff at the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

Since childhood, Cesar has been keenly interested in cars. He has learned the ins and outs of these marvelous vehicles and is a competent amateur mechanic who is keen on sharing his knowledge.

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