When it comes to insurance costs, Toyota is also one of the most affordable.
Toyota car insurance prices are some of the lowest and most affordable in the country, ranging from 11,000 to 52,000 pesos depending on the model you have and the year it was released.
This is because of two things: first, Toyota cars come equipped with excellent safety features; and second, Toyota car parts are affordable, readily available, and easy to replace or repair. This makes it very attractive to insurance companies.
For this list, the car insurance prices are based on the 2021 models, with quotation comparisons for insurance with or without the Acts of Nature coverage.
2021 Toyota Vios
This subcompact sedan has been a staple in the Philippine roads for years. This Toyota bestseller offers a wide array of options that can fit any buyer’s budget. Not only does it offer great bang for the buck but it also provides features and creature comforts that drivers want. If there was a car that represents the Philippine car market, it would be the Toyota Vios.
With a more edgier and sharper look and digital interior upgrades, the Toyota Vios also amped its safety features. Apart from its vehicle stability control, ABS and EBD (with brake assist), all Vios variants come with three airbags while higher variants come with dual curtain airbags and side airbags. It also comes with a reverse camera for easier parking.
2021 Toyota Wigo
The Wigo is Toyota’s answer to the increasing demand in the hatchback segment in the Philippines. It’s easy and fun to drive, in addition to being fuel-efficient. It also boasts practicality, good driver features, and competitive pricing makes it a good choice for any driver---the perfect car to drive in the city.
Asides from featuring new and improved features like its more sportier fascia and wheels, halogen projector headlamps, LED taillights, and reverse camera (for higher variants), the Toyota Wigo also had boosted its safety features (driver and passenger airbags, ABS, and 3-point seatbelts, and others).
2021 Toyota Fortuner
This bestseller SUV is Toyota’s answer to the midsize SUV segment in the country. It boasts an imposing presence on the road while maintaining comfort for its passengers. Definitely a premium SUV with all the bells and whistles, and modern technology that you need.
The Toyota Fortuner is the bestselling SUV in the country not only because of its sleek style, power, and comfort. Its safety features are also some of the best. It comes with standard airbags for driver and front passenger across all variants, plus side and curtain shields for the higher variants. All seating come with 3-point seatbelts with ISOFIX tethers in the rear passenger seats. The Fortuner also has ABS + EBD, as well as vehicle stability and traction controls, as well as reverse cameras and an immobilizer security system. All these make it an easy cinch with insurance providers.
2021 Toyota Innova
The Innova is one of Toyota’s most popular offerings in the Philippines, boasting the utmost practicality as a family hauler. This multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) has a showing of reliability and durability (like all Toyotas) while hauling the entire family safely and comfortably. No wonder it has bestseller status in the Filipino market to date.
The Toyota Innova includes safety features like driver and passenger airbags in all variants, plus side and curtain shield airbags (and a knee airbag for the driver) for the top-of-the-line V variant. All seats have 3-point seatbelts as well as ISOFIX tethers for child seats. The Toyota Innova also comes with vehicle stability control, hill-start assist, ABS, and for the higher variants, an immobilizer security system.
2021 Toyota Rush
The Rush is Toyota’s entry-level offering to the subcompact SUV market. Its defining features include a 7-seater capacity, great comfort, and superb safety features while maintaining an affordable price. The Rush is a good buy for someone looking to haul their family on a budget.
The Toyota Rush comes with vehicle stability control, traction control, and hill-start assist. It offers anti-lock brake system (ABS) and electronic brake distribution (EBD) for all its variants. Inside, the Toyota Rush provides airbags for driver and front passenger, as well as side and curtain shield airbags. It also has 3-point seatbelts and ISOFIX tethers for child seats, as well as an immobilizer system in all variants.
The key takeaway here is that you won’t have a hard time getting car insurance for your Toyota car. But do note that these car insurance prices are not the final quotations. They are car insurance guides---starting points to help you canvass for the right coverage for your car. For more details, check out how Assurance.Ph can help you with your car insurance needs. Assurance.Ph is your partner in providing protection for your vehicle, property, and passengers in the Philippines. Together with Automart.Ph and Motomart.Ph, we help car and motorcycle owners choose the protection package that suits their needs and budgets, and ensure easy and affordable access online and offline. Chat with one of your Assurance advisors via Viber (0956 302 9631) or email us at email@example.com to know more about the insurance packages that Assurance.Ph offers.