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Used and Repossessed Toyota Wigo Cars for Sale
If It’s Affordability, Reliability, and Ease of Maintenance You Need, the Toyota Wigo Deserves a Good Look
The Toyota Wigo is not the most powerful car in the mini hatchback category with such a light 1.0-Liter 3-cylinder inline engine (66 hp & 84 torque). But it does everything else really, really well. It’s got a stylish exterior and a spacious interior. It’s durable and reliable. It is very fuel-efficient and with the glut of accessories in the aftermarket segment, maintenance and upgrades are not an issue at all.
If you want a car that's ideal for city driving and getting from Point A to B without fuss, and great fuel economy, the Toyota Wigo is the practical car choice to get. Here at Automart.Ph, it is one of our top practicars---practical cars for practical car buyers---and more.
The Pros and Cons of Buying a Used or Repossessed Toyota Wigo
The Pros of a Used Toyota Wigo
- Size May Be Relative, But It Does Matter: When it comes to size, the Wigo has everyone else in its segment beat. Here’s why:
- Exterior Styling Brings out the Big in Wigo - The Toyota Wigo doesn’t compare to the other mini hatchbacks that are blurring the lines between subcompacts and mini hatchbacks; you know you have a small car, no questions asked, no pretensions otherwise. That said, it’s got a well-designed dynamic exterior that works, especially for its G variant.
- Excellent Interior Space Design - Compared to the Hyundai Eon, the Kia Picanto, and the Mitsubishi Mirage hatchbacks, you’ll be surprised to find out that the Wigo has that expansive feel that’s comparable to a subcompact. The Toyota Wigo’s seating is spacious and comfy, and it has a trunk space that’s inches better than either of the three. It’s not as big as a subcompact sedan’s but it should be more than enough for groceries and then some.
- Great Affordability, Solid Price Point - While the Toyota Wigo isn’t as hotselling as its sibling, the Toyota Vios, it is the most popular model in its category. Coupled with its high reliability and low fuel consumption, the Toyota Wigo is priced perfectly for the Filipino market, and should fit right into your budget. More so, if you opt for a used or repossessed Toyota Wigo which can be up to 30% lower than brand-new choices.
- Super Fuel Efficiency - Coming in either four-speed automatic transmission or five-speed manual transmission, the Wigo wasn’t created to be speediest, but the most fuel-efficient. And the Wigo outpaces the competition with a fuel economy of 22 km per liter, depending on load and road conditions.
The Cons of a Used Toyota Wigo
- Middle-of-the-Road Engine - Compared to the Mitsubishi Mirage and Honda Brio, which come with 1.2-liter engines, the Toyota Wigo’s 1.0-liter 12-valve DOHC 3-cylinder gas engine (which churns out 65hp and 89Nm of torque) simply can’t put out as the power needed to compete against the competition. It’s got great acceleration and very good fuel economy, but that’s about it.
- Plain-Vanilla Interiors - Because of its emphasis on practical reliability and fuel economy, the design of the Wigo’s interiors and dash are a bit spartan as well. For the most part, the material used for the dashboard is standard plastic, well-built but not plush. However, if you’re in the market for a practicar rather than a luxury vehicle, this shouldn’t be such a big consideration.
- Basic Tech Features Only - If you’re the type that enjoys having all the bells and whistles in your car, the Toyota Wigo may not be the ideal buy for you. While it has keyless entry and push button start (for higher variants), and all the basic safety features (ABS, SRS airbags, and standard 3-point seat belts), and only the basic infotainment system, it doesn’t have anything else the way of features.
- Limited Driving Reach - This one’s a qualitative factor, mostly, rather than a true feature of the Toyota Wigo. Technically, there are very few things that can limit you from driving your Toyota Wigo wherever you want to go. But the Wigo does its best possible performance in flat urban settings. The Wigo’s been teased for being a go-kart in that it’s small and limited, but within those limits, the Wigo is king. Some drivers want a car they can drive anywhere they need to go. If you’re that kind of driver, the Wigo may not be the right car for you.
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A sleeper car is defined as a vehicle that looks average, even boring, but possesses far more power and performance that is wildly disproportionate to its appearance.
And while the Toyota Wigo is not a sleeper car, everyone else seems to have slept on it, as it quietly became one of the most popular mini hatchback cars in both the brand-new and second-hand markets in the Philippines---second only, to the Toyota Vios.
But there’s another reason why: the Toyota Wigo is fun to drive. Light, nimble, easy to flow through traffic, easy to park, and a big, big fuel saver, the Toyota Wigo is just enjoyable to drive and ride within and around the city.
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