• June 13, 2024

Positioned as a multi-purpose vehicle that’s “fit for the fam” and “guaranteed to bring the joy of driving and more happiness on the road,” the all-new Toyota Avanza is a sleek family car that’s well-equipped and packed with utility features you need.

First introduced in the Philippines in 2006, the Avanza has become an image of versatility and reliability perfectly suited for Filipinos’ mobility needs.

The all-new Avanza comes in four variants. It is available in both 1.3L (97hp and 122Nm) and 1.5L (105hp and 138Nm). The 1.3L engine is paired with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT, while the 1.5L is exclusively paired with a CVT.

Now on its third generation, the seven-seater MPV gets better value-for-money features and striking design upgrades.

It comes with new split-type LED headlamps and for the G variant, 16” alloy wheels. It also comes with additional convenience as it now has the push start button system and a 4.2” TFT multi-information display for the G variant, and auto-fold side mirrors for both G and E variants.

Inside, all model grades get fabric seats with a two-tone black/brown color combination, as well as a 6.75- (1.3 J) or 8-inch (G and E variants) touchscreen infotainment system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and four USB ports.

Standard across the range is what Toyota calls “Long Sofa Mode” that offers flexible seating adjustments.

Safety-wise, the G and E variants are equipped with a back camera and back sensor, while the G variant is equipped with blind spot monitoring and rear camera traffic alert for easier parking and maneuver. The G variant also features six SRS airbags.

Hill-start assist, antilock brake system, and vehicle stability control are available in all variants.

Here are the prices of the all-new Toyota Avanza:

  • 1.3 J MT: P813,000
  • 1.3 E MT: P928,000
  • 1.3 E CVT: P984,000
  • 1.5 G CVT: P1,039,000

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