Used and Repossessed Toyota Innova For Sale Philippines

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Toyota Innova at glance

Ladies and gentlemen, the sales leader of the local MPV market: the Toyota Innova. It's such a popular model that it almost needs no introduction. It's been the country's best-selling MPV for decades and remains a go-to choice for families who need an extra pair of seats. Built on the foundations of the Tamaraw FX and Revo, there's no surprise as to why the Innova is a top-seller. The Innova was launched in 2004 and was the first IMV (Innovative International Multi-purpose Vehicle) platform vehicle in the Philippines. While there was skepticism about it at first, the Innova quickly filled up the country's driveways. The first generation was so successful that it ran for more than a decade. It was replaced by the second-generation in 2016. When Toyota launched the redesigned Innova that year, it was a big leap forward in terms of design, performance, and features. The second-generation Innova also moved upmarket in some ways in terms of price, amenities, and more. Because of its functionality and versatility, the Innova remains a “classless” car, unbound by particular segments and target markets. With that, the Innova is one of the few cars out there that is both aspirational and necessary. The Innova received a minor facelift in 2021.

Good buy or goodbye?

We'll go straight to the point: The Toyota Innova is a good buy in general. You really can't go wrong with choosing an Innova for your next vehicle. It's practical, versatile, and flexible, plus you can bring along the the extended family. If anything, the Innova is Filipino family values on wheels. That said, there are a few things you need to look out for in the Innova. For instance, models made in 2018 until May 2019 are subject to an ongoing fuel pump recall. If you're looking at one, make sure the repair has been done. Some early batch models also had transmission software issues. Oddly enough, tail lights seem to blow out early on some units. Also, it's much, much better to go for the diesel versions. They're both faster and more efficient than the gas-powered Innovas. Go for the diesel version and you'll enjoy many kilometers of worry-free service. It's also strong enough to carry seven people with no problems, and it has more than enough punch for easy overtakes. Whether it's a manual or an automatic, the 2.8-liter diesel is a winner. Most models are decently equipped in terms of safety, and it's also a five-star car according to ASEAN NCAP.

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