Buying an all-new Toyota this month of July? Better have some extra cash ready as Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) recently raised the prices on almost every model they have on sale.
Beginning with their best-seller, the Toyota Vios has received a Php 3,000 price hike across all variants. With it, the Vios range now starts at Php 662,000 and ends at Php 1,113,000. Vios models painted in White Pearl carry an additional Php 15,000.
Over to the Wigo and Yaris, both hatchbacks received a Php 10,000 increase across the board.
The Wigo range now starts at Php 557,000 and ends at Php 631,000 while the Yaris range now spans from Php 890,000 to Php 1,055,000.
As for the Camry, the D-segment sedan received a Php 15,000 price increase on both the 2.5 G and 2.5 V models. This means the Camry now starts at Php 1,821,000 and ends at Php 2,007,000.
The Innova is also a part of Toyota's price increase this month of July. All variants, whether it's the gas or diesel version, have been slapped with a Php 10,000 increase. The 2.0L gasoline range now starts at Php 1,025,000 while the diesel version begins at Php 1,133,000. At the far end of the spectrum, the most expensive gasoline and diesel Innovas now sell for Php 1,319,000 and Php 1,679,000 respectively. Pearl White paint is available for an additional Php 15,000 on select models.
The luxurious Alphard was also affected by Toyota's recent price adjustment. From its original price of Php 3,650,000, the seven-seater minivan now retails for Php 30,000. Go for the Pearl White version and you need to shell out an extra Php 15,000.
Another best-seller from Toyota, the Hiace, is now selling for a slightly higher price. Beginning with the Commuter Deluxe and GL Grandia versions, all variants are now selling for Php 15,000 more. This means the workhorse Commuter is now selling for Php 1,605,000 while the GL Grandia's range now spans from Php 1,988,000 to Php 2,063,000. Meanwhile, the bigger GL Grandia Tourer gets a Php 40,000 increase across the board. Luxury Pearl Toning for the GL Grandia and Grand Tourer is available for an extra Php 15,000.
The evergreen Fortuner was also hit by Toyota PH's price increase. All variations of the Fortuner are now Php 10,000 more expensive than before. With it, prices for the seven-seater PPV now start at Php 1,607,000 for the 2.4G 4x2 M/T base model and end at Php 2,260,000 for the top-spec 2.8V 4x4 A/T. As before, the optional White Pearl paint is available for Php 15,000 extra.
Over to the all-new RAV4 which made its local debut back in February 2019, the compact crossover was slapped with a Php 15,000 hike across all variants. The range now begins at Php 1,653,000 for the entry-level LE while the top-of-the-line LTD retails at Php 2,203,000.
As for Toyota's smallest SUV, the Rush, it too received a price increase of Php 10,000. With it, the five-seater 1.5 E M/T now starts at Php 968,000 while the automatic version is selling for Php 1,008,000. Meanwhile, the range-topping seven-seater 1.5 G A/T has a sticker price of Php 1,100,000.
Moving on to the Land Cruiser Prado, both the 4.0L V6 and 3.0L turbo-diesel versions got a Php 25,000 increase in sticker price across all model variants. The gasoline-powered V6 now begins at Php 3,273,000 while the diesel-driven 3.0L starts at Php 3,911,000. As per usual, a Php 15,000 extra is needed for a Pearl White exterior.
Receiving the priciest of increase is the Land Cruiser 200. From its original starting price of Php 4,374,000, the LC 200 now begins at Php 4,474,000 due to the Php 100,000 price hike. Those that want a Pearl White paint on their LC 200 need to pay up an additional Php 15,000.
The retro-inspired FJ Cruiser also received a modest increase in price as it is now selling for Php 2,048,000, a Php 25,000 difference over its old price.
It's not all SUVs, MPVs, sedans, and hatchbacks that received price adjustments. The Hilux and Hilux Conquest got a Php 10,000 increase on all variants. The humble cab & chassis on the standard Hilux now starts at Php 829,000 while the 2.4L 4x2 M/T Conquest begins at Php 1,352,000. On the other hand, the most expensive Hilux retails for Php 1,636,000 while the range-topping 2.8L 4x4 A/T Conquest has a sticker price of Php 1,792,000.
Looking to buy a 86? The two-door sports coupe from Toyota got a substantial price increase as well this month of July. Both the manual and automatic versions of the 86 received a Php 43,000 price hike.
Last but not the least to receive price adjustments are the Prius C and Prius Hybrid models. The former now sells for Php 20,000 more while the latter is retailing for Php 40,000 more.
The only model not to have any increase in price whatsoever is the Corolla Altis. Perhaps this could mean that the all-new model will be arriving soon. With Thailand supposedly getting it at around August this year, maybe the Philippines will get it at around the same time as well or at the start of the new decade in 2020.