Are you looking forward to buying a car from Toyota? You might want to slightly adjust everything, especially your budget, as there has been a bit of a stir in Toyota Motor Philippines’ price list. Almost the entire fleet's price tags experienced minor to major bumps, while some nameplates remain stagnant. Yup, TMP has released its official price increase effective this June 2018.
We are looking at a minimum of P5,000 to a maximum of P80,000 price difference for Toyota. From its smallest unit Wigo up to its full-size SUV, TMP had a major price overhaul. The littlest bump, which is P5,000, belongs to the Wigo, while the P80,000 to P65,000 increase is for the Land Cruiser Prado. The Rush stays as is, and so as the Vios, Yaris, Avanza (except Veloz), Fortuner, and Land Cruiser 200.
You may review the updated Toyota price list on our Car Guide section to see how much your dream car costs after the price bump.
On the other hand, Lexus also showed P50,000 to P190,000 price increase on its end. The only model to stay put is the ES, which remains at P3,648,000. The highest-increase belongs to the LC 500, followed by the LS 500, which is now P180,000 costlier than before. Meanwhile, Lexus' four-door powerhouse, the GS F gained P100,000 in addition to its former value.
See Lexus' updated price list to find out how much has changed with your favorite car.
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