The big name Toyota Avanza in the Philippine automotive scene certainly doesn't need to be doubted. Because this car is one of the most preferred vehicles for families. For years, the Toyota Avanza has managed to dominate sales in the low multi-purpose vehicle (LMPV) class. He is not alone, but together with his twin, Daihatsu Xenia.
The high consumer interest in the Toyota Avanza cannot be separated from a number of advantages offered. Call it high ground clearance, efficient fuel consumption, and able to accommodate many passengers and goods. What the Toyota Avanza has to offer, is considered to be compatible with the driving culture, and in accordance with Indonesian road conditions. So a favorite family car.
The Toyota Avanza is a car produced in Indonesia by the Daihatsu manufacturer, which is also marketed by Daihatsu under the name Daihatsu Xenia. The first generation of this car was launched on December 11, 2003. The name "Avanza" comes from the Italian and Spanish avanzato/avanza, which means upgrade. Avanza is only available in two models: 1.3 E and 1.3 G with manual transmission only. Since its inception, the Avanza has become one of the best-selling cars at the time.
The Toyota Avanza is also marketed in a number of Asia Pacific countries such as Malaysia (Version 1.5 G is equipped with SRS Airbags), Thailand, and the Philippines, while also being marketed in South Africa and Mexico. While the first generation Daihatsu Xenia is also sold in the People's Republic of China with a configuration of 1,300 cc 4 cylinder engine capacity such as the Toyota Avanza 1.3. The full model change after 10 years was carried out again on November 10, 2021, which marked the start of the third generation known as the All New Avanza and All New Veloz.
The Toyota Avanza price in the Philippines starts at P813,000.00. The lowest price is the Toyota Avanza 1.3 J MT, ranging all the way up to the Toyota Avanza 1.5 G CVT priced at P1,039,000.00.