Need a car loan in the Philippines? Use our free car loan calculator to compare BYD car monthly payments and find the best car to buy in installments. On this page, you can find the monthly costs of buying a BYD car in the Philippines with installment payments. We have calculated the estimated monthly payments using a 35% down payment, a 12% interest rate, and a 4-year loan term. You can also use our car loan calculator to customize the loan details, and check your monthly dues based on your preferred loan plan.
The following prices are calculated based on: the prices of different BYD car variants, a 35% down payment, a 4-year loan term, and a 12% interest rate.
Based on the car manufacturers' latest offerings during the recent Manila International Auto Show, almost every one of them had an electric vehicle. Never before have we had such a diverse choice of desirable electric vehicles (EVs). As electric vehicles become more readily available, this will surely attract more motorists to make the big switch from fossil fuels to 100% battery power. It's easy to see why there's such a growing interest in electric vehicles. Aside from the continued increase i
With more and more government incentives, electric vehicle (EV) prices are going lower and lower. Perhaps the most extreme example is the 2023 Nissan LEAF, which plummeted from a rather eye-watering ₱2,798,000 to a more palatable ₱1,998,000. This puts the LEAF in the firing line of yet another battery-electric hatchback. The 2023 BYD Dolphin, much like the Nissan, has five doors, five seats, and zero emissions. It also has a plush interior and dramatic styling, all for ₱1,688,000. Which of these
With the passage of the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act, many carmakers are jumping onto the electric-vehicle (EV) scene. These include Hyundai with its IONIQ 5 and the upcoming IONIQ 6, along with Kia’s EV6. But BYD has long had an all-EV lineup, which it showcased at the 2023 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). “EVs offer a number of benefits over traditional gasoline-powered vehicles, including lower emissions, reduced fuel costs, and smoother and quieter operations,” said Mark T
The effects of the Executive Order No.12 signed by President Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr., which effectively cut import duties of battery electric vehicles to 0% are now being felt with price changes to electric vehicles (EVs) nationwide. Brands like BYD Philippines has already adjusted its price list to reflect this change. The automaker has slashed the pricing of its electric vehicles by about ₱200,000 or more, depending on the model. Here are the old and new price lists of BYD. Model Price
For those who deny that the electric revolution is real – the numbers don’t lie. U.S. cleantech publication CleanTechnica reported on February 2023 that 10,091,164 plug-in electric vehicles (EV), which include battery EVs and plug-in hybrid EVs, were registered worldwide in 2022. This figure is 55 percent higher than the 6,495,388 cars registered in 2021. It is also the first time that global plug-in EV sales breached the 10-million mark. Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines president
It’s the last Sunday of January – here’s another edition of the AutoFun Philippines Rearview Roundup. We’ve compiled the top five stories from January 23 to 27, 2023 that really moved you. Here’s what you chose. Toyota party! In case you’ve been living under a rock over the last decade, Toyota is once again the top-selling car brand in the Philippines. Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. showed that the company took a mammoth share of the market in 2022, sel