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Toyota Camry 2010 G Automatic

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱390,000

Automatic Certified Seller 60,000 km

2014 Toyota Camry G automatic

Cavite, Bacoor

₱675,000

Automatic Verified Contact 60,000 km

SELLING TOYOTA CAMRY 2010 2.4V AUTOMATIC

Cavite, General Trias

₱450,000

Automatic Verified Contact 56,917 km

Toyota Camry 2.5V 2018 AT 1.148m Nego Batangas Area Auto

Batangas, Lemery

₱1,148,000

Automatic Certified Seller 10,000 km

FS TOYOTA CAMRY 2010 MATIC 20s MAGS GOOD AS NEW

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱450,000

Automatic Verified Contact 56,917 km

1999 TOYOTA CAMRY GX AUTOMATIC

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱99,000

Automatic Verified Contact 162,000 km

Beige Toyota Camry 2004 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong

₱22,000,000

Automatic 70,826 Km

White Toyota Camry 2010 Sedan for sale in Manila

Quezon, Sampaloc

₱40,000,000

Automatic 41,000 Km

Sell White 2007 Toyota Camry Sedan in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱33,800,000

Automatic 78,000 Km

Selling BlackToyota Camry 2001 Sedan in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱75

Automatic 43,000 Km

Sell Black 2010 Toyota Camry Sedan in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱40,000,000

Manual 84,000 Km

Sell Black 2015 Toyota Camry Sedan in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱845,000

Automatic 52,000 Km

Selling Silver Toyota Camry 2011 in Makati City

Metro Manila, Makati

₱485,000

Automatic 78,000 Km

Black Toyota Camry 2006 for sale in Binangonan

Rizal, Binangonan

₱325,000

Automatic 90,000 Km

Selling Black Toyota Camry 2011 in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱450,000

Automatic 90,000 Km

Sell Black 2010 Toyota Camry in Banawe

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱450,000

Automatic 75,970 Km

Selling Black Toyota Camry 2010 in Banawe

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱450,000

Automatic 75,970 Km

Black Toyota Camry 2007 for sale in Tiaong

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱315,000

Manual 50,000 Km

Take some time to write down what you want from a car: How many people does it need to sit? Would you like it to be small or large? Are there certain features that you feel you can’t live without?

Is it better to pay cash or finance a car?

You are viewing our long list of second-hand cars available on the Philippine market today with one aim: to find the perfect vehicle that matches your and your loved ones' needs and lifestyles. Undoubtedly, you are in the right place since Philkotse.com is one of the largest online marketplaces for cars wherein private car owners and certified car dealers list their items for sale.

But before you even decide on what brand and model of a car suits you best, you have to look into your budget as this will be the first factor that will affect your buying decision. That being said, you also have two paying options: cash and car financing. Which is better?

We will have a quick look at this common dilemma that most car buyers face. That way, you can have a better financial decision and management plan.

Paying in Cash

Definitely, you wouldn't be looking at a car for sale by Toyota Philippines if you do not have a budget at hand. You have long been deciding to purchase one and have been saving just so you can own and drive your own car. It goes without saying that paying one time or in cash is one of the wisest decision because you no longer have to think about monthly payments, which may add up to your utility bills, as well as paying for interests.

However, there is a thin line of a drawback here; you might run out of cash, and in case of an emergency, you have nothing at hand. As such, before paying that new or pre-owned Toyota Camry in cash, make sure that you:

  • still have spare money to use for your necessities, which is equivalent to at least three months of your monthly needs plus an emergency fund;
  • “drained” out all your savings;
  • and have allotted money for car maintenance, whether you bought a new or used unit;

Those are just some of the most important things that you need to keep in mind before handing over that cold cash to the car seller.

Car Financing

Car financing has been one of the reasons why more Filipinos are able to buy one or more cars in a year. Apparently, you only have to worry about the down payment, at times you're not even required to pay for one. Unfortunately though, in contrast to paying in cash, you would have to continually pay for that Toyota Camry on a monthly basis, plus the interest.

With that in mind, here are some tips to keep in mind when opting for car financing to help you pay for your car:

  • As similar to paying in cash, you must make sure that you still have spare money to use for your necessities, which is equivalent to at least three months of your monthly needs plus an emergency fund.
  • In relation to that, your monthly payment should not be equivalent to or higher than your expected monthly income.
  • If you have enough cash, pay a higher down payment than what the company requires, or pay for a down payment even if the car is at a zero downpayment promo.

Cash or Go for Financing to Pay a Brand-New and Used Toyota?

Unlike in the past, we are lucky enough to be given the option to pay a brand-new or second-hand car for sale in cash or with the help of financing companies or banks. The decision which the best one solely depends on your source of income, savings, and monthly expenses. Just consider the tips we have provided, and you'll be on your way to making the right decision.

For more tips, car reviews, and more, browse through our fully loaded and friendly website. Thank you for visiting Philkotse.com, and we hope we've helped you enough and that you find your car soon!