2021 Toyota Vios: Here’s A Look At The Prices, Features, And Variants

3 min. read By Kevin Joshua Ng on

Last July 25, Toyota Philippines officially unveiled the 2021 facelift of the Toyota Vios. It was introduced online at the Toyota Philippines official Facebook page, with a special participation of top Pinoy band Parokya ni Edgar.

What can we say? Well, it seems the Philippines’ best-selling vehicle just got better.

Thanks to the Vios, Toyota has enjoyed sustained success being the top car brand in the country in terms of sales.

The Japanese carmaker has sold more than 300,000 units in 17 years, speeding past any passenger car from any brand.

For 2020, they’ve introduced a facelifted version with some goodies added to the mix. However, Toyota has removed the Prime trims for their E and G variants but still retained the Base, J, XE, XLE, E, and G hierarchy.

First, let’s talk about how it looks.

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A look at the facelifted Vios’ exterior

The 2021 Toyota Vios sports an all-new yet familiar face. It follows the same facial cues you can find on its more premium brothers: the Altis and the Camry.

Multiple headlight design gives it a more sophisticated look while its upgraded grille and bumper has a menacing and sportier pose compared to the previous version. Toyota also added featurized rear LED lights for its higher variants.

New Toyota Vios features and specs

Aside from the facelifted look, you can find a lot of new enhancements inside the 2021 Toyota Vios cockpit. More advanced variants like the G have two-toned stitching on both its front passenger seats, evoking a sporty visual. It also comes with a new smart entry feature as well as a push-start ignition.

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Drive mode

The top variant also gets new driving modes with its CVT trim. It now features a drive selector mode called ECO for more economical fuel consumption and Sport for a more spirited driving experience.

Safety

Another upgrade can be found in the Vios’ safety features. The G variant now comes with a standard backing camera while the rest still have either three or seven SRS front, passenger, and side inflating airbags–depending on the variant.

All Toyota Vios variants also come with anti-lock brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, vehicle stability control and hill-start assist.

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2021 Toyota Vios prices, variants, and colors

Perhaps the most exciting part of the new Toyota Vios is its pricing and packages. With the Prime trims gone, the higher trims are now more affordable.

In addition to this, buyers of the new Vios will also enjoy free PMS packages of up to 20,000 kms, a five-year warranty and one-year comprehensive car insurance.

Toyota is also making this new Vios available via its Kinto One leasing program where you can lease the car for three to four years options.

Here are the different Vios models to choose from, body colors, and retail price.

Variant SRP Color
G CVT ₱1,071,000 White Pearl
₱1,056,000

Super Red V

Grayish Blue

Mica Metallic

Alumina Jade

Metallic Black

G MT ₱1,012,000 White Pearl
₱997,000

Super Red V

Grayish Blue Mica Metallic

Alumina Jade Metallic

Black

E CVT ₱891,000

Thermalyte

Red Mica Metallic

Blackish Red Mica

Grayish Blue Metallic

Alumina Jade Metallic

Black

E MT ₱841,000
XLE MT ₱791,000
XE CVT (7AB) ₱753,000 Freedom White
XE CVT ₱747,000

Thermalyte

Red Mica Metallic

Alumina Jade Metallic

J MT (7AB) ₱707,000
J MT ₱697,000
Base MT (7AB) ₱681,000

Freedom White

Thermalyte

Base MT ₱671,000

The new Vios is available in all Toyota dealerships nationwide today, June 27, 2020.

All images pulled from Toyota Philippines official website

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Kevin Joshua Ng

Kevin Joshua Ng Kevin Joshua Ng is a digital marketing professional and car enthusiast who has written for In The Garage, a trusted resource for car owners in North America.