Zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds.
The numbers first came out almost four years ago, in September 2014, in a fuel economy run organized by Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) for the City 1.5 VX and 1.5E variants.
Those who’ve been able to drive a convertible know the exhilarating pleasures associated to being behind the wheel at speed, and being literally exposed to the elements at the same time.
On the day Grab became the dominant player in the ride-hailing industry with Uber’s exit from the country, commuters complained about its exorbitant fares. The transport network company (TNC), however, stressed that it was not taking advantage of the situation, explaining that its rates were still within the bounds approved by the government. Still, Grab’s […]
The government can now address the backlog in vehicle license plates following the Land Transportation Office’s (LTO) acquisition of several plate-making machines in February. Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade inspected the seven manual embossing machines at the LTO Motor Vehicle License Plate Facility last week. The machines were delivered on Feb. 26 by Trojan Computer Forms Manufacturing […]
Motorists have been advised to avoid roads in the Ortigas Central Business District to be affected by a convoy dry-run scheduled for Monday, April 16, for the 51st Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in May. In an advisory, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said that motorists should brace for traffic flow […]
China’s state-owned Anhui Jianghuai Automobile—better known as JAC Motors—looks to drive greater growth by seeking international partners. Just recently, the company, ranked within China’s top 10 auto manufacturers, made headlines when it teamed up with Volkswagen of Germany for a $740 million (P38 billion) worth of project that would build 100,000 pure battery electric vehicles […]
Looking from the outside, it’s hard to imagine that the World Trade Center in Pasay City can yield up to 36,000 sqm of exhibition space.
The Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) opening tomorrow will offer visitors something really new: Russian motor vehicles on display.
The late Dr. Ferry Porsche, designer of the iconic 911 said in 1989, “If we built an off-road vehicle according to our standards of quality, and it had a Porsche crest on the front, people will buy it.”
Despite the higher excise tax rates imposed by the new tax reform law, light commercial vehicles, especially SUVs, continue to dominate sales.
There’s a lot to like about Audis in general: handsome design both inside and out, an airy cabin, comfortable driving position, and excellent driving dynamics.
Leading truck body builder Centro Manufacturing Corporation is set to participate in two major automotive and truck trade shows this week, showcasing their new products mounted on various truck platforms locally available. The 14thManila International Auto Show (MIAS) on April 5 to 8, 2018 will be at the World Trade Center and the Isuzu Truck […]
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).
With Grab soon the dominant ride-sharing app in the country, commuters should not worry about exorbitant rates as the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said it would continue to monitor and check the transport network company’s (TNC) compliance with its fare structure. On Monday, LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada allayed fears that Grab’s […]