₱ 568,000 - 700,000
Toyota Wigo Specs
  • Body Type Hatchback
  • Segment A-Segment
  • Engine Displacement 1.0 L
  • Horsepower 65 PS
  • Transmission Type AT / MT
  • Energy Type Fuel
The 2021 - 2022 Toyota Wigo is offered in 4 variants - which are priced from ₱ 568,000 to ₱ 700,000, the base model of wigo is 2021 Toyota Wigo 1.0 E MT which is at a price of ₱ 568,000 and the top variant of Toyota Wigo is 2021 Toyota Wigo 1.0 TRD S AT which is offered at a price of ₱ 700,000.
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Conclusion
  • Overview


    The Toyota Wigo represents the very essence of an agile, affordable, and fun-to-drive small car. Equipped with a small three-cylinder engine and a choice between a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, The little Wigo from Toyota is an option everyone must consider when looking for a small hatchback. The Wigo is available in an array of colours like silver, grey, red, orange, white and black. Wigo has become the best-selling mini hatchback in the Philippines. a lot of toyota Wigo roaming the streets, many Filipinos like this car because it is considered practical, easy to drive, well equipped, very reliable, safe, and the price offered is also competitive.


    The Daihatsu Ayla is a city car designed by Daihatsu and manufactured by Astra Daihatsu Motor in Indonesia, primarily developed for emerging markets. The Ayla is sold by Toyota as the Toyota Agya in Indonesia, South Africa, Tunisia, Americas (except Canada, Mexico and the United States), and Toyota Wigo in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Brunei and Vietnam through an OEM agreement. 

    The Toyota Wigo or New Agya in the Philippines is an Indonesian production (exports from Indonesia-Red)," said Henry Tanoto, Vice President Director of PT Toyota-Astra Motor in Surabaya. From early 2014 to February 2017, we have sent around 46 thousand Agya to the Philippines. At that time the Toyota Wigo in the Philippines came in three variants, namely 1.0 E, 1.0 G and 1.0 G AT. The price of the car starts from Php 526,000 to Php 599,000

    New generation

    Debuting in 2014, the Toyota Wigo quickly emerged as a favorite among first-time car buyers. That's because the entry-level hatchback, despite its miniscule dimensions, even then didn't compromise on features.The Toyota Wigo Philippines is not the newest model in the entire line of products, but it is certainly worth the attention. It is an entry-level hatchback for those who want to have a safe first vehicle choice, so you might find yourself sticking with it for longer. there are 4 Variants of the 2021 Toyota Wigo. The four Wigo variants (1.0 E MT, 1.0 G MT, 1.0 G AT, and TRD-S AT) are all equipped with a one-liter three-cylinder engine, capable of producing 66hp and 89Nm of torque. The MT Wigo car has a five-speed stick, while the AT version uses a four-speed automatic.


    There are 4 Variants of the 2021 Toyota Wigo, the 2021 Toyota Wigo also comes with affordable pricing that starts at 

    • Toyota Wigo 1.0 E MT Manual Gasoline is Php 568,000
    • Toyota Wigo 1.0 G MT Manual Gasoline is Php 623,000
    • Toyota Wigo 1.0 G AT Automatic Gasoline is Php 658,000
    • Toyota Wigo 1.0 TRD S AT Automatic Gasoline is Php 700,000
  • Exterior


    The Toyota Wigo has a much sportier look than before with a more aerodynamic front end  with a redesigned bumper that has a wider air intake at the lower bumper giving the vehicle more air and better cooling. in addition, now the appearance of the Toyota Wigo looks more sporty. This is supported by the use of a trapezoidal grille at the front which gives a stronger and dynamic impression. The use of black on the grille adds to the sporty impression of the car entering the LCGC segment. On the side of the car, you can see embossed lines that extend from the front bumper to the back of the car. The wheels also get a new design with the use of ring 14 which looks younger and energetic.


    As a whole, the Toyota Wigo for the Philippines is a very compact car. It only measures 3,660mm long, 1,600mm wide, and it has a height of 1,520mm. Of note, it also has a minimum ground clearance of 180mm. The top-spec TRD S however, is longer than the E and G variants at 3,700mm.

    The lamp

    All variants of the Toyota Wigo now come with LED taillights as well as halogen projector headlights. In addition, all models now come with line guide type clearance lamps. G and TRD S variants come with fog lamps while the E variant does not have it equipped. The G and TRD S variants of the Toyota Wigo also come with a rear spoiler high mount stop lamp that comes with LED lighting elements. The E variant does not have this equipped as standard. The TRD S variant also comes with a new Sport Kit that consists of a new front spoiler, side skirts, rear skirt, 2-tone rear spoiler, TRD S decals, and badging.


    175 / 65R14, 14" x 5J Alloy (Machine Cut Design)

  • Interior



    In the interior, there are actually no significant differences from the previous generation. In the Toyota Wigo G type, in the interior of the car there is an update in the form of a touch screen infotainment system and also a steering wheel with buttons that are connected to the audio system. The refreshed version comes with a push start button for keyless ignition, Steering Switch, new instrument panel, motorized side mirrors, power retract, and Power Door Lock that ensures the security of passengers. To make driving more efficient, the Wigo TRD S and G variants ship with rear cameras. The bolder TRD S variant, however, supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Among its special features include Voice Command controls and digital recording through its built-in dashboard camera.

    Space and Practicality

    As expected from an entry-level hatchback, the Wigo uses durable plastics for the most part of its black-themed cabin plus the seats are covered with fabric. There are also several storage spaces inside this small car, including door pockets. Toyota has also added a special red trim to the new highest tier variant - the TRD S to give the small hatchback a more sporty appeal. Inside, the Wigo for the Philippine market, one can find that most of its interior pieces are made out of sturdy, black-colored plastic. Standard on all of the WIgo's trims are fabric seats. The rear seats also have a 60:40 split for better utilization of the trunk. The said trunk, at the most, can fit up to 422-liters of cargo.

  • Features


    Safety Features

    All variants of the Toyota Wigo get driver and passenger airbags, ABS, 3-point seatbelts, and child-lock protection. Its pre-facelift model got 4 stars on its ASEAN NCAP ratings, scoring 12.84 points in adult occupancy protection and achieving 82% compliance for child occupancy protection. The Wigo is also among the safest cars in its segment as the entire lineup (even the E trim) is fitted with full suite of safety features. These include dual SRS airbags, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), and rear parking sensors as standard. These are typically absent in the entry-level trim of its competitors.

    Convenience Features 

    The Wigo is already a compact car, making it easy to park in some of the tightest spaces. Nonetheless, everyone needs a little help every now and then. The Wigo delivers with rear sonar to detect nearby objects as well as a backup camera. The mirrors can also fold with the press of a button. No more reaching across the cabin to fold the passenger side mirror. In the G and TRD S grades, getting into the vehicle is easier with keyless entry and a push-start system. 

    This means no more need to fumble for the keys in your pocket or bag. You can unlock it with the door handle and just press a button to start the engine. Chances are, the first thing you do is turn on the air conditioning. The Wigo features a new digital air conditioning control system to more accurately set temperature and blower speed. Or, you can simply set it to the maximum with the press of one button.

    Infotainment features

    Though we have never had any issues with the Toyota Wigo, some people feel that it is a little limited. The Toyota Wigo featured one-touch Android Auto and Apple Carplay options so users could easily connect to their phones for music, navigation, and more. This capability is not available on older models such as the G; however, you may still connect through USB or AUX cable or Bluetooth.

  • Powertrain

    Powertrain performance


    The Toyota Wigo in the Philippines is powered by an inline 3-cylinder 12-valve 1.0-Liter 1KR-VE DOHC gasoline engine with VVT-i, capable of producing 66 metric horses and 89 Nm of torque.


    These output figures are sent to the front wheels via either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.


    Front and rear suspensions are McPherson strut with coil spring and semi-independent torsion axle beam with coil spring, respectively. Halting is taken care of by a 13-inch ventilated discs up front and drum brakes at the rear.

    Drive & Control  

    First-time drivers have a lot to choose from; but, the Toyota Wigo is an especially popular choice. Many of the car’s calibrations are fitted for easy-driving, no matter what the transmission. So whether you fancy manual or automatic, this car can definitely get you to places with confidence and ease.

    Fuel consumption

    The most important factor in determining the fuel consumption of a vehicle is the engine. In theory, the smaller the engine, the less fuel it consumes. In addition, weight also affects the fuel consumption of a vehicle. For an average speed of 40 km/hour in the city, the average fuel consumption of the Toyota Wigo TRD reaches 15.2 km/L. With the EDSA line (from Pasay to Trinoma to be precise), this figure is quite impressive.

    On the other hand, on toll roads, the average speed of the Toyota Wigo TRD reaches 90 km/hour. It continues to surprise testers with an economical fuel consumption of 24.3 km/liter. Overall, the Wigo TRD variant is quite heavier than the others, with a body kit consisting of a rear skirt, side skirts, TRD rear spoiler and front spoiler. Just so you know, heavier weight means higher fuel consumption.

  • Conclusion

    Attractiveness is important in many products, especially in cars. After all, if your vehicle looks good to you, other people will definitely notice it too. The Wigo's exterior comes in many color schemes, but there's more to it than meets the eye. With comfortable leather seats, powerful air conditioning and a state-of-the-art on-board computer, driving the Wigo can be much more than just looking at it. in addition, This car also offers various advantages that can be enjoyed by every passenger to explore the city streets

  • How much is Toyota Wigo in the Philippines?

    The Toyota Wigo price in the Philippines starts at ₱568,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Toyota Wigo 1.0 E MT, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Toyota Wigo 1.0 TRD S AT priced at ₱700,000.

  • Is the Toyota Wigo a good car?

    The Toyota Wigo is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Toyota Wigo cars offer the premium driving experience.

  • Is Toyota Wigo manual or automatic?

    We're learning that the 2021 Toyota Wigo is available with continuously variable AT transmission

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