Toyota wants to help MSME’s through easy financing of the 2023 Toyota Lite Ace

Based on Q4 2020 statistics from the United Nations Development Programme, micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) have made up 99.5% of the Philippines’ business establishments, employed 63% of the country’s workforce, and contributed to 40% of the country’s GDP in the past years. In 2020, this number declined due to community lockdowns.

Today, as our economy tries to regain its footing, Toyota wants to do its part by lending a hand to MSMEs

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Toyota Lite Ace ‘Lite’ financing plans

One important factor MSMEs need is access to finance. Financing is essential to the growth of MSMEs, as it can help them to resume operations and re-enter the market.

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is committed to being the partner of every MSME. The country’s leading mobility company is empowering livelihoods by extending financial assistance through its financing partner, Toyota Financial Services Philippines (TFSPH); and including its Light Commercial Vehicle line, the all-new Lite Ace in TFSPH’s Kabuhayan on Wheels Financing program.   

Growing businesses now have the chance to own the all-new Lite Ace to help with their day-to-day operations. They can choose from these easy and convenient options: (1) Vehicle Loan and (2) Finance Lease – both of which are customizable to ensure hassle-free payment terms. In addition to these, Toyota has introduced its newest option, (3) Lite Sa Bulsa, which allows customers to pay on a weekly basis for as low as P2,903.50 a week. 

With the Kabuhayan on Wheels Financing Program, MSMEs are a step closer to achieving their asenso goals! For those who want to avail of this new offer, just visit the nearest Toyota dealer in your area to inquire. A P5,000 worth gas card awaits for every successful booking. Toyota marketing professionals will be more than willing to assist you in every step of the application process.  

For more information, customers can head over to the TMP financial services website.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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