Over the years, the market share of Subaru vehicles like the Forester, Legacy and XV has grown as the brand’s symmetrical all-wheel-drive and boxer engines gained consumer recognition.
It has been a prolific year for large capacity vans this year. In this year’s Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) held last April, several carmakers introduced large capacity vans and seem to have set a trend that these vans have become part of their lineup of vehicles.
For the first time in the Philippines, seriously committed “green” vehicle manufacturers—local and foreign—will gather their wares under one roof starting tomorrow for the Asean Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Summit.
LONDON, June 26 (Reuters) – The gloves are off and the fight is on between Formula One title rivals Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton. Sunday’s explosive Azerbaijan Grand Prix more than made up for last year’s dull race in Baku, bursting the budding ’bromance’ and replacing it with something much more heavyweight. Mercedes […]
The Makati City government has implemented a one-way traffic scheme in the South Avenue-Zapote Loop in line with its thrust to create a growth center in the northern part of the city. Mayor Abby Binay directed the city’s Public Safety Department (PSD) to strictly enforce City Ordinance No. 2017-026 which include the South Avenue-Zapote One […]
Businessman Sonny Almario has been wondering if the various road repairs in Metro Manila, which he blames for the daily traffic jams, will ever be completed. The 42-year-old resident of Tandang Sora, Quezon City, was referring in particular to the stretch of Congressional Avenue which, he claimed, has been undergoing endless repairs for years now. […]
A car slammed into the main entrance of a fast-food restaurant in Mandaluyong City on Monday night, causing damage to the establishment and injuring a security guard. The police said Shirley Legaspi, 35, made a mistake while shifting gears to park and accidentally stepped on the accelerator, sending her Toyota Avanza automatic crashing into the […]
As automotive technologies evolve towards smaller, albeit more powerful internal combustion engines, the fuel that powers them needs to level up.
Honda isn’t giving up on its smallest car, and it’s just released details of the refreshed 2018 Fit’s updated styling, new Sport trim, and its enhanced safety features.
The cross-over segment in the Philippines is booming.
The second generation of Chevrolet’s smallest and most affordable car made its Philippine debut at the 2017 Manila International Auto Show last March, preceded by its simultaneous unveiling at the 2015 New York and Seoul auto shows as a 2016 model.
Ever since the sport utility vehicle became the “in thing” in the Philippine motoring landscape, the other big, burly vehicle—the van—was relegated into the backseat of our consciousness as far as hauling people and goods were concerned.
Jaguar Land Rover offered the first public demonstrations of a car it’s been developing that already has level four autonomous driving capabilities.
Inside, the dashboard is very clean, sharp and uncluttered to emphasize the amount of space on offer. As for digital details, it comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
It was developed because 20 percent of its traditional Expedition customer base are frequent off-road adventurers.