Articles about Toyota Innova

In compliance with the government’s CARS Program
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) manufactures two vehicles locally: the Innova and the best-selling Vios. The latter saw an all-new model launched just last year, where it was announced that it would be TMP's participating model in the government's
Looking for a deal?
UPDATE: The Great Toyota Sale extended until October 17-21.It seems like October is shaping up to be quite the lucky month for potential car buyers, as automotive giant Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has announced its latest promo.But this isn'
You should check this out
Looking to buy a new car anytime soon? Check this out-Toyota Motor Philippines is extending its Dealightful Savings promo for the Toyota Vios until the end of July.Potential buyers can save up to P90,000 on outright cash payments for
These summer deals just keep on coming
Planning to get a new car? Check this out: Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has just announced its biggest summer promo yet.For the month of May, you can get your hands on some of the latest units in Toyota's 2019 lineup
A hot sale, some might say
Looking to heat up your summer? If so, this special promo from Toyota Motor Philippines might just be what you need. The Japanese manufacturer is offering buyers three easy payment plans toward a brand-new Avanza, Fortuner, Innova, Hiace, Hilux, Vios, or
It has been seven years since this generation's release
There's not much different with the Innova of 2012 compared to that of 2011, 2010 or 2009. Why not go back to 2005, the year it was launched to replace the Revo, while we're at it? Toyota has made such
To celebrate the brand's 30 years in PH
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has donated 20 units of the all-new Vios, 10 units of the Innova, and three units of Hiace to the Philippine government in celebration of the Japanese carmaker's 30th anniversary in the country.The keys to
Adding spice to a winning formula
Over the past few years, AUVs have evolved from simple workhorses to the multi-purpose transports we know today. The Innova, which can trace its roots back to the dependable Tamaraw, is perhaps the best example of this. But why is this
Toyota's new sporty MPV
Yesterday, we released a story announcing that Toyota Motor Philippines has introduced a new Innova variant: the Touring Sport. It retains the spaciousness and practicality that have made the MPV popular over the years, but with a few extras to give it
The MPV gets an athletic makeover
The Toyota Innova has been a bestseller in its class ever since it hit the market way back in 2005. What it lacked in style and flair, it more than made up for in practicality, power, and Toyota's vaunted reliability. Not
Be cautious going down this route
Hi, Botchi! I'm currently in the market for a secondhand seven-seater. Minivans are my picks. Do you have any suggestions? My budget is at P600,000.As of now, a 2006 Toyota Previa (facelifted version) and a 2011 Mitsubishi Grandis
A battle of bestsellers
Dear Botchi,I am confused on which car to pick between the Mitsubishi Montero Sport GLS Premium and the Toyota Innova 2.8 G. Which one is worth buying based on the price with the given features: ample safety tech, a comfortable
Is such a thing possible?
There is exactly one glaring flaw in Toyota's bread-and-butter MPV, and it's not the bland styling (which is perfectly fine for its segment). It's not even the price anymore, which raised more than a few eyebrows last
Battle of the seven-seaters
Last year, Honda introduced a new mass market seven-seater in the form of the BR-V-a taller, bigger SUV-ish alternative to the company's Mobilio. We've been seeing more of the BR-V on the road lately, but
Considerably more refined than the last one
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. The all-new Toyota Innova received its fair share of hype entering the local market last year. But just how much better is the
For those with more generous budgets
Yesterday, we featured the most affordable cars we got our hands on this past year; options worth looking into for those on a relatively modest budget. This time around we're listing down all the vehicles we reviewed between the P1 million
Safety is still the best feature
More results for the 2016 ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Grand Prix are out, and it looks like Toyota was able to impress with several of its vehicles and safety technologies. Six of the Japanese carmaker's models managed to bag
Great for escaping the urban madness
There was a time when Tagaytay was known for being a convenient getaway when you want to, well, get away for a while. Unfortunately, it became too well-known, and more and more people went up during weekends.By the time SM'
You guys deserve it
So you've been out of the country for several years, working your ass off to provide a better life for your loved ones back home. You land in NAIA-hopefully for good this time-and an hour later you're out
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Hi, Botchi. I'm shopping for a vehicle that I can use for a 130km daily drive (from Santa Rita NLEX to Makati via EDSA, and back) on weekdays. My choices are the Chevrolet Trax, the Ford EcoSport, the Toyota Avanza, the
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