Playful palette: The six colors of the Toyota Wigo


The Toyota Wigo is one of Toyota Motor Philippines’ (TMP) best-selling nameplates. The easy-to-own, easy-to-drive hatch has won the hearts of many Filipino car buyers thanks to its suite of practical features and likewise practical price point.


  • What are the six colors of the Toyota Wigo?

    The six colors of the Toyota Wigo are White, Silver Metallic, Gray Metallic, Black, Orange, and Yellow.
  • How many variants does the Toyota Wigo have?

    The Toyota Wigo has four variants and they are the E MT, G MT, G AT, and TRD-S AT. Their pricing ranges from P573,000 up to P705,000.
  • And despite its small and compact size, the Toyota Wigo offers a captivating canvas for a variety of playful hues that make up its palette. Join us as we check out the six available colors of the Toyota Wigo.



    While every car looks good in white, no other hatch wears this achromatic color better than the Toyota Wigo. The immaculate paint makes the Toyota Wigo look clean and somewhat larger.

    And for those wondering just how big — or small — the Toyota Wigo is, it measures 3,600 millimeters (mm) long, 1,600mm wide, and 1,520mm tall. For comparison’s sake, the Honda Brio is 3,800mm long, 1,680mm wide, and 1,485mm tall.

    Silver Metallic

    The Silver Metallic paint gives the Toyota Wigo a lustrous sheen and makes it look like a classy city car. It's perfect for those wanting to drive a premium-looking ride without having to pay the premium price.

    Complementing the shiny hue is a suite of brilliant lights. The Toyota Wigo dons projector halogen headlamps at the front, line guide-type clearance lamps, front fog lamps, rear combination lamps with LED brake lamp, and a high-mount stop lamp.

    Gray Metallic

    A shade darker than Silver Metallic, this paint makes the Toyota Wigo look like a reliable and dependable vehicle.

    Supporting the hatchback are MacPherson struts at the front and a torsion beam axle setup at the rear. Stopping power comes from a pair of disc brakes at the fore with a pair of drum brakes at the rear.


    A rather intimidating color, Black imbues the Toyota Wigo with a menacing appeal. The pitch-black hue befits the car’s little but capable powertrain setup.

    Under the hood is a 1.0-liter engine mated to either a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic transmission. On paper, it makes 65 horsepower (hp) and 89Nm of torque. Not bad for a car designed to brave the narrow roads of the metro.

    Orange Metallic

    One of the two fun colors offered by the Toyota Wigo nameplate. Orange Metallic brings life to the rather monotonous city roadways. And like this pop of color, the Toyota Wigo has enough interior appointments to keep its passengers entertained on both short and long drives.

    Taking center stage is a touchscreen display audio unit that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality.


    Considered the halo color of the Wigo range, Yellow is available on the range-topping TRD-S and the mid-range G grades.

    Speaking of which, the Toyota Wigo TRD-S variant comes equipped with TRD-S bodykits including a front spoiler, side skirts, a rear skirt, a two-tone rear spoiler, as well as TRD-S decals and badges.

    The Toyota Wigo is currently offered in four variants namely the Wigo E MT, Wigo G MT, Wigo G AT, and the Wigo TRD-S AT. The nameplate is priced from P573,000 to P705,000.

    Photos from Toyota

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