Work and play at the Manila International Auto Show

Manila's biggest annual auto event opens from April 5-8

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Ford’s new Mustang V8 GT

The 2018 edition of the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) rolls out on April 5 to 8 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila and the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC).

The auto show takes Work and Play as its theme this year as it focuses on vehicles that are ideal for commercial applications and leisure use, or even a combination of the two.

MIAS 2018 expands its venue to 34,850 square meters with the addition of a new airconditioned truck pavilion. The PTTC will house the MIAS Custom and Classic Car Competition, presented by Petron.

At the main hall, Ford Philippines will unleash the new Mustang, a stylish performance-
oriented update of the much-desired GT car.

Subaru will reveal the Levorg with Eyesight technology

There will be special deals for the Everest, Ranger, and EcoSport at MIAS, including discounts on accessories and free fuel vouchers.

Existing Ford owners can also visit the Ford booth at the MIAS grounds for free vehicle inspection including visual and oil quality checks, tire inspection, detailed vehicle report card, midtronics battery testing, fluid levels checks, among others.

Ford may also spring a surprise reveal at MIAS.

Subaru will be launching the new versions of the Outback, Levorg and XV, now with Eyesight safety technology.

Eyesight uses dual cameras to monitor the road and warn the driver and assist with braking if needed.

Guinness World Record setter Russ Swift will be back behind the wheel of Subaru cars for his jaw-dropping precision driving show every day at MIAS.

Hyundai will reveal a pair of new SUVs as it highlights its extensive lineup of crossovers, sedans and SUVs. These include the Tucson and the extra-large H350 van.

Mercedes-Benz will display its popular SUVs.

Mercedes-Benz will display its popular SUVs, the G-Class, GLA, and GLC as the center of its Hungry for Adventure campaign, inviting customers to explore the capabilities of its SUVs.

The 4-door coupe CLA, E-Class, ad V-Class will also be at MIAS.

The Jeep booth will feature the Wrangler Unlimited Sport, Grand Cherokee, and the all-new Ram 1500 Laramie Crew Cab.

Mopar will display an accessorized Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport at the Jeep and Ram booth at MIAS.

Russia’s biggest commercial vehicle manufacturer GAZ will be exhibiting at MIAS for the first time.

GAZ will display its GAZelle NEXT van, NEXT Premium and NEXT Executive Class, dubbed as multifunctional minibuses.

Ford will have special offers for the EcoSport, Everest, and Ranger.

Chevrolet will reveal the all-new Malibu. The Malibu will pack a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine good for 250 hp and 353 Nm. Features include active electronic safety features, Bose audio, and built-in inductive cellphone charging.

BMW will display its crossovers and multipurpose vehicles at MIAS.

Isuzu will highlight its new range of engines installed in the D-Max and mu-X.

Nissan will display several vehicles at the show, including a sneak preview of an anticipated model.

Foton will exhibit commercial vehicles and MPVs, including the View van.

Mitsubishi will be showcasing the hot new Xpander MPV.

Ram’s 1500 Laramie Crew Cab

JAC will have its new S2, S3, S7 SUVs, and as a promotional offer, will be providing an additional P50,000 discount for bookings made on any model at the MIAS.

Rota Wheels will be launching its new forged wheel lineup at the show.

BPI Family Savings Bank will be on hand to process vehicle loans on site, giving visitors the opportunity to purchase their dream car at the auto show.

Test drives from several brands, including a rough-road demonstration from Ford, will be at the MIAS grounds.

MIAS will be open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on April 5 to 8.



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