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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Stigg ma View Post
    dati nung vios club gen 2 batman, naka pasok kame sa toyota sta rosa kung saan pinakita sa amin mag assemble ng vios at innova, pagkatapos may Q&A sa mga engineers nila

    gusto ko ulet maka balik sa loob ng toyota sta rosa kase mga bago labas ngayon innova at vios ay wala sa wheel alignment, di naman ikaw (o ako) papansinin kahit ano complain sa customer service nila, puro ipapasa ka lang sa casa na parang wala nang yari...
    Open ba sila for plant tours to the public? Or need talaga ng vios/innova club gatherings (or kailangan may kakilala/kaibigan sa TMP) para lamang makapasok sa TMP sta rosa assembly plant

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by thearsenal1205 View Post
    Open ba sila for plant tours to the public? Or need talaga ng vios/innova club gatherings (or kailangan may kakilala/kaibigan sa TMP) para lamang makapasok sa TMP sta rosa assembly plant

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    dati nung wala pa covid ay open talaga ang toyota via public relation officer nila mag schedule ng plant tour sa mga interesado. pero ngayon may covid kahit pa level 1 lang eh ewan ko lang kung paano

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    #43
    Toyota to jack up prices of the Vios, Innova in June; Fortuner, Hilux in July | TopGear PH

    According to a trusted source, TMP will be bumping the prices of the Vios, Innova, Camry, Alphard, FJ Cruiser, Prius, and Coaster for June. Following that, the carmaker will then jack up the prices of the Hilux, Fortuner, and Hiace come July.

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    #44
    kung sakali plus excise tax pa sa mga pick up. 😒

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    #46
    Ewan ko sa inyo, pero cash ang binayad ko sa Toyota nung 2002 (QAve), 2012 (Balintawak), at 2017 (Commonwealth). Kasama ang LTO, Comprehensive insurance, tint, at iba pang freebies. Never nila pinilit na financing.

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by makinao View Post
    Ewan ko sa inyo, pero cash ang binayad ko sa Toyota nung 2002 (QAve), 2012 (Balintawak), at 2017 (Commonwealth). Kasama ang LTO, Comprehensive insurance, tint, at iba pang freebies. Never nila pinilit na financing.
    Lucky you. Usually yung hot sellers nila pinipilit nila ang in house financing.

    I remember my brother, nagpunta siya sa 4 dealerships bringing with him a bag full of cash to buy a fortuner. Ayaw siya bentahan unless in house financing. The one dealership na willing to accept cash wants him to buy the sound setup for an additional 300k.

    Nung 2019 bumili din ako car ng cash. If in-house financing may available at pwede agad i-uwi. Kung cash, wait for 1-2 months. Luckily i had an officemate before who knew someone high in toyota. As soon as the car left from sta.rosa nakareseve na agad sakin kahit cash payment.

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    #48
    kasi from the point of view of finance a car isn't only a means of transporation

    it's something the finance industry uses for loan origination

    tandaan for a financing company a loan is an asset

    it generates income

    if you buy a car in cash you deprive them of an opportunity to create a new loan

    anything... condos, cars, appliances, smartphones...

    lahat yan the finance industry uses to create loans
    Last edited by uls; August 31st, 2022 at 12:51 PM.

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by sirkosero View Post
    Lucky you. Usually yung hot sellers nila pinipilit nila ang in house financing.

    I remember my brother, nagpunta siya sa 4 dealerships bringing with him a bag full of cash to buy a fortuner. Ayaw siya bentahan unless in house financing. The one dealership na willing to accept cash wants him to buy the sound setup for an additional 300k.

    Nung 2019 bumili din ako car ng cash. If in-house financing may available at pwede agad i-uwi. Kung cash, wait for 1-2 months. Luckily i had an officemate before who knew someone high in toyota. As soon as the car left from sta.rosa nakareseve na agad sakin kahit cash payment.

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    agree. normally, yung mga Vios & Innova, madali sila kausap kahit cash

    pero yung hybrids nila and FJ... halos in-house lang nila binebenta (balita ko pari Raize na white pahirapan ngayon)

    kaya kailangan talaga may kilala ka sa loob, otherwise ang hirap bimili ng cash.

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    kasi from the point of view of finance a car isn't only a means of transporation

    it's something the finance industry uses for loan origination

    tandaan for a financing company a loan is an asset

    it generates income

    if you buy a car in cash you deprive them of an opportunity to create a new loan

    anything... condos, cars, appliances, smartphones...

    lahat yan the finance industry uses to create loans
    a friend from Toyota and Honda once told me...

    kung lahat ng tao bibili ng car using cash. kulang pa kikitahin nila to pay for rent (di pa kasama utilities and sweldo nila)

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