The Toyota Wigo was designed by Daihatsu which is under Toyota. In Japan, the Wigo is known as the Agya and is also rebadged in Indonesia by Perodua as the Perodua Axia. Competitors of the Toyota Wigo include the Honda Brio, the Suzuki Celerio, the Mitsubishi Mirage, and the Kia Picanto.
For the Philippine spec Wigo, it is powered by an inline-4 gasoline engine capable of making 66 horsepower and 89 nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheels either through a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic.
Inside, the Wigo has a Navi-ready touchscreen display, USB ports and AUX jacks, and a multi-function steering wheel.
Despite its small stature, the Wigo can fit up to five but four passengers would be ideal. Legroom and headroom are sufficient even for taller passengers.
Occupants of the Wigo are kept safe with some safety types of equipment like a pair of front airbags, ABS, immobilizer, a security alarm, and child safety locks.
The city car of Toyota Philippines comes in these variants:
- Toyota Wigo E MT;
- Toyota Wigo G MT;
- Toyota Wigo G AT.
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