Last month, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) launched a flexible deal promo called the ‘New Roads’. The TMP promo offers cash discounts and low down payments on its vehicles including the new Toyota Wigo. The hatchback was offered with a Php 5,981 low monthly payment for the base 1.0 E MT variant.
TMP continues the low monthly payment for the Toyota Wigo until the end of October. But now, the offer had a slight increase at Php 6,023 for the same base 1.0 E MT variant.
The Wigo is included in TMP's 10/10 Deals for the month of October
Since the Wigo is tagged as ‘Pay Light’ in the promo, the hatchback comes with a 50 percent downpayment and customers have 60 months in total to pay.
The new Toyota Wigo has been redesigned to make it look more aggressive as compared to the outgoing models. It comes with redesigned headlights, new honeycomb front grille, new wheel design, and revamped taillights.
However, the Toyota Wigo still comes with the same 1.0-liter gasoline engine that produces 65 hp and 90 Nm of torque for all variants. The Wigo included in TMP’s October promo comes with a 5-speed manual transmission.
The Toyota Wigo base variant finished in white paint
In consideration of the Wigo’s size and power, it is safe to say that the hatchback is designed for those who are just starting with their careers or starting a new family. In addition, the 2021 Toyota Wigo also comes with affordable pricing that starts at Php 568,000 for the base 1.0 E MT variant (excluding the promo) and goes up to Php 700,000 for the sporty-looking TRD S AT variant.
Moreover, if you purchase any variant of the Wigo this month, you will be entitled to a free 1-year Comprehensive Insurance provided by Toyota Insure.
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Know more about Toyota Wigo 2021
The Toyota Wigo is a small city car powered by an inline-3 gasoline engine. Power is sent to the front either by a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual transmission. The Wigo is built by Daihatsu, which is one of Toyota's subsidiaries. In other countries, it is known as the Agya.