Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) unveiled yesterday via livestream the much-awaited facelifted new Vios. Now on its fourth generation, the Vios has been the bestselling car in the Philippines with almost 320,000 units sold. The locally made Vios ended last year with a 38.6 percent market share in the highly populated subcompact model segment. 

“Under the CARS Program of the government, the Vios is our flagship. It helps support almost 55,000 lives throughout the Toyota network, 71 dealers, 56 local suppliers and countless other business and trade partners,” TMP chairman Alfred Ty expressed in a statement “Our Toyota Vios is a symbol of the best of Japanese technology and Filipino craftsmanship. In my mind, our Vios has become the national car of the Philippines. Atin ito. Gawa ng Filipino para sa Filipino. Proudly made in the Philippines, BY Filipinos, FOR Filipinos,” he concluded.

“You can count on TMP to stay true to our promise of making the world’s best Vios, and in the process, helping the economy, and providing livelihood to thousands of Filipino families” said TMP President Atsuhiro Okamoto in a statement. “With the new Vios, we have once again reinvented the Filipino’s most preferred car. With its upgraded design and new features, we can truly expect the new Vios to Level Up Your Drive,” he added.

The Vios has been a fixture on Philippine roads since its local introduction in 2003. The new Vios lineup features upgrades in its looks and features across nine variants: G CVT and M/T, E CVT and M/T, XLE CVT and M/T, XE CVT, and J and J Base in M/T.

Up front, the Vios gets a new glossy black grille and upscale-looking 3-tier LED headlights and daytime running lights (DRLs) for top-of-the-line G variants. G, E and XLE variants also get LED foglamps while G variants have large 16” alloy wheels and LED rear combination lamps.

Smart entry feature and push start button come standard for G variants. Motorists will enjoy more driver involvement with the paddle shifters and switchable drive modes (Eco Mode and Sport Mode) for the G CVT. 

For safety, impressively all variants of the Vios come with SRS airbags, ABS with Electronic Brake Distribution + Brake Assist, Vehicle Stability Control and Hill-Start Assist Control. Back camera is available from G variants, and customers may choose from three or seven airbags for specific variants.

The new Vios will be available at Toyota dealerships nationwide beginning tomorrow, July 27. Customers may also inquire and request quotation online through the virtual showroom accessible anytime anywhere via https://toyota.com.ph/vios

The SRPs for the new Vios variants that are covered by TMP’s nationwide One Price Policy are as follows:

VariantSRPColor
G CVT1,071,000White Pearl
G CVT1,056,000Super Red V
Grayish Blue Mica Metallic
Alumina Jade Metallic
Black
G MT1,012,000White Pearl
G MT997,000Super Red V
Grayish Blue Mica Metallic
Alumina Jade Metallic
Black
E CVT
E MT
XLE CVT
XLE MT
891,000
841,000
841,000
791,000
Thermalyte
Red Mica Metallic
Blackish Red Mica
Grayish Blue Metallic
Alumina Jade Metallic
Black
XE CVT (7AB)
XE CVT
J MT (7AB)
J MT
753,000
747,000
707,000
697,000
Freedom White
Thermalyte
Red Mica Metallic
Alumina Jade Metallic
Base MT (7AB)
Base MT
681,000
671,000
Freedom White
Thermalyte

Buyers of the new Vios enjoy free periodic maintenance package up to 20,000 kms, 5-year warranty, and 1-year comprehensive insurance. Loyal customers may also take advantage of trade-in discounts, while both current car owners and first-time buyers can choose from flexible financing deals.

The new Vios will also be made available through the recently introduced car-leasing program, Kinto One. TMP will also be introducing a new financing scheme offering low monthly plans which are already inclusive of periodic maintenance and other Toyota value chain products.

For more information on the New Vios, visit TMP’s official website at www.toyota.com.ph and follow the official social media accounts and online communities at ToyotaMotorPhilippines (Facebook and Instagram), @ToyotaMotorPH (Twitter), and Toyota PH (Viber).

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