Cars for Sale Philippines

As of July 22, 2024, there are 927 New and Used cars available for sale in the Philippines on Among these listi

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ngs, the most affordable model is the Chery Qq, with 1 unit listed at ₱120,000, while the most expensive model is the Tesla Model X, with 1 unit listed at ₱12,000,000. When it comes to body type, we have 97 SUV, 67 Crossover, 63 Sedan, 35 Hatchback, 27 MPV, 27 Pick-up, 14 Van, 5 Coupe, 4 Minivan, 3 Wagon, 2 Convertible, and 2 Commercial. Explore great deals offered by our certified sellers around the Philippines partnered with

Price List of New and Used Cars at

cars for Sale Units Price Range
Chery Qq for Sale 1 ₱120,000 - ₱120,000
Subaru Forester for Sale 24 ₱388,000 - ₱1,178,000
Toyota Vios for Sale 12 ₱358,000 - ₱708,000
Ford Ranger for Sale 11 ₱598,000 - ₱1,138,000
Toyota Innova for Sale 9 ₱388,000 - ₱1,580,000
Ford Everest for Sale 9 ₱818,000 - ₱1,080,000
Honda City for Sale 8 ₱190,000 - ₱648,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 for Sale 8 ₱348,000 - ₱488,000
Geely Okavango for Sale 8 ₱998,000 - ₱1,308,000
Honda CR-V for Sale 7 ₱180,000 - ₱1,168,000
Toyota Avanza for Sale 7 ₱538,000 - ₱900,000
Tesla Model X for Sale 1 ₱12,000,000 - ₱12,000,000

FAQs on Cars for Sale

As of July 22, 2024, there are 927 cars available for sale on Philvex in the Philippines.
The most affordable car in the Philippines on Philvex platform is the Chery Qq with 1 listed at the price range from ₱120,000.00 to ₱12,000,000.00.
There are a total of 12 body types available for used cars on PhilVex.
Each listing includes a readily available phone number📱 provided by the seller, enabling you to directly connect with them for additional information on any listing.
Chery Qq is the most affordable car available for sale on PhilVex with a price of ₱120,000.00.
Tesla Model X is the most expensive car available for sale on PhilVex with a price of ₱12,000,000.00.
SUV is the most popular body type among cars with more than 97 Used SUV cars available for sale on PhilVex.
Toyota, Ford, Honda, Subaru, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Hyundai, Nissan, Geely, and Suzuki are the top popular car brands in the Philippines listed on PhilVex.
Popular car brands in the Philippines include Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Ford, Isuzu, and Hyundai, among others.
You can find cars for sale in the Philippines through various channels, including dealerships, online classified websites such as, social media platforms, and car auctions.
To buy a car, you typically need a valid ID, proof of income, proof of address, and a TIN (Tax Identification Number) in the Philippines. You may also need additional documents like a Certificate of Employment (COE) or a business permit if you're self-employed.
No, you don't need a driver's license to buy a car, but you will need one to drive it legally. It's a common practice for buyers to secure a license before purchasing a car.
You can check the history of a used car in the Philippines by obtaining a copy of its comprehensive vehicle history report from a reputable provider. This report typically includes information on accidents, ownership history, and more.
The choice between a new and used car depends on your budget and preferences. New cars come with warranties and the latest features but are more expensive, while used cars are more affordable but may require more maintenance.
The average price of a new car in the Philippines can vary widely depending on the make, model, and features. It can range from around ₱500,000 for smaller economy cars to several million pesos for luxury and high-end models.
Yes, there are financing options such as car loans and lease-to-own arrangements available from banks and financial institutions. Dealerships may also offer their own financing options.
To transfer ownership of a used car, both the buyer and seller must go to the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to complete the necessary paperwork. This includes the Deed of Sale, original Certificate of Registration, and other required documents.
When inspecting a used car, check for signs of accidents or damage, review the maintenance records, inspect the engine, tires, brakes, and suspension, and take it for a test drive. It's also a good idea to have a trusted mechanic perform a thorough inspection.