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Toyota PH to launch all-new Corolla Altis: prices, variants, and colors

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Taiwan-market Toyota Corolla Altis

Toyota Motor Philippines is set to release the all-new version of the Corolla Altis on January 15. Its new C-segment model is designed with the new Toyota family nose as first seen on the RAV4, then on the new Vios.

The new Corolla Altis is expected to be longer by 99mm, wider by 16mm, and lower by 10mm. Its wheelbase grows by 100mm to 2700mm. Despite the bigger footprint, Toyota says that the car will look more compact because of the design.

Four-cylinder engines with variable valve timing will still be under the hood. The variants and pricing of the new Corolla Altis will be:

2.0V A/T P1,201,000
1.6V A/T P999,000
1.6G A/T P935,000
1.6G M/T P879,000
1.6E M/T P836,000

White pearl paint will be available on the V models and will cost an extra P15,000.

Colors for the V variant will be: white pearl, red mica metallic, dark brown mica metallic, dark gray, attitude black. For the G variant: thermalyte, red mica metallic, dark brown mica metallic, dark gray, attitude black. The E variant will have a choice of: freedom white, thermalyte, red mica metallic, attitude black.

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