Model in Focus: The Toyota WigoBy Vic on May 18th, 2015
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When buying a car, all customers believe that they should be guaranteed to get their money’s worth. However, with the plethora of brands and types of cars available in the market, one could easily get confused about what or where to buy, especially when you’re a first-timer or untrained in the automotive industry. This is where one great model of a particular car brand comes in—the Toyota Wigo Philippines.
The following are but a few of the qualities that gives the Toyota Wigo an edge among other competitors.
Just like sedans such as the Toyota Vios and Corolla, hatchback cars are suitable for out-of-town trips. The Toyota Wigo is the best example of a mini hatchback type, but despite its size, it is the go-to car for long drives. Its functional design is popular among car enthusiasts. Though somewhat similar to the Indonesian-made Avanza, the Wigo exhibits an appearance that sets it apart and would make you want to get out to the road in no time. It is available in 6 colors: black, metallic gray, metallic blue, metallic silver, white, and light blue.
You can be assured of a seamless manual transmission with its 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearbox. It also helps you save gas while you’re on the road thanks to its optimized fuel-saving technology. Over-all, the Toyota Wigo’s efficient engine performance makes it one of the fastest-selling units since its launch in 2014.
The Toyota Wigo will not be complete if it did not undergo standard safety procedures. It is complete with dual SRS airbags for both driver and passenger and Anti-lock Braking System for utmost protection. This car prioritizes the safety and it lives up to its promise by providing updated security features.
The Toyota Wigo may look compact on the outside, but the interior is very much convenient when it comes to space. It can fit five and provides legroom for passengers for hassle-free trips. All models are spacious for passengers, bags and other packed things.
Speaking of spaces, the Toyota Wigo is built for tight city streets or any road that can only accommodate small vehicles. This would suit road-conscious drivers and help them navigate their way out of limited spaces.
The Wigo received generally positive reviews from those who bought it, particularly those who are first-time car buyers. Among the most favorite features of the Wigo are its grilles that add sophistication. Customers also love how the Wigo’s engine runs; it is powered by a 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine for 65 horsepower and 85 Nm of torque. Buyers could also attest to the fact that the Toyota Wigo is the best among the rest in the mini-car category.
First-time drivers usually pick small cars that would be more convenient for them to handle. That makes the Toyota Wigo the perfect car for those who are on a budget but seek a great driving experience. It has delivered its promise to be the car that’s “easy to own, easy to drive, and easy to enjoy”. This is just another innovation made by the country’s leading car manufacturer—and one can never expect less.