Vehicle importers and distributors saw an 11-percent decline in unit sales in the first half of the year, a slump which a top official said should be temporary. According to the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (Avid), member companies sold 43,138 units in the first semester, a drop from the 48,344 units sold in […]
Vehicle sales fell 21.7 percent for the fifth month in a row in June. This was blamed mainly on the consumers’ reaction to a rising inflation and the tax reform program that made most vehicles more expensive. Sales reached only 29,350 units in June, down from the 37,479 units in the same month last year, […]
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has put on hold the implementation of the three Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems in Metro Manila and Cebu, a P53-billion project proposed during the previous administration. In a press conference in Clark, Pampanga on Tuesday, Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade said the BRT project would be deferred pending further study. […]
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) lifted on Wednesday the number coding scheme for private vehicles and city buses except in two cities. In a tweet, it said that the lift in the scheme excludes Las Piñas and Makati. MMDA ADVISORY: The Number Coding Scheme is LIFTED today, July 18, 2018 for Private Vehicles and […]
Thousands of commuters on Tuesday found themselves deep in water as Metro Manila, other parts of Luzon and the Visayas were submerged in floods in the wake of Tropical Storm “Henry.” But there might be no respite yet from the rains. Weathermen forecast a low pressure area to swirl into the Philippine area of responsibility […]
Keyless ignition systems with a start/stop pushbutton can be a deadly convenience in cars.
Volvos have a reputation for being incredibly safe, and that reputation has just been further reinforced by the new XC40 getting five stars.
This will probably be the swan song for the current 991.2-generation of the iconic sports car.
At a starting price of $40,750 (over P2 million), this is a very pricy Mini.
It’s been a long time coming, and now the American automotive brand deems the Philippine market more than ready for their iconic muscle-bound Supercar, the Corvette Stingray.
In today’s automotive scene, the market is slowly becoming more focused. The biggest segment belongs to the A and B cars (think Toyota Vios and Wigo, Honda City and Brio, Nissan Almera, etc.).
My Dad drove me every day to school from nursery until college.
It’s that time of the year again as Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the Philippines celebrates the Tanabata Festival. Tanabata, the Star Festival, is rooted from a legend between star-crossed lovers who are only able to meet once a year. Traditionally held all over Japan, this reunion is commemorated […]
Some 126 drivers of electric jeepneys and tricycles in and around Barangay Ayala Alabang attended a hands-on training on driving and maintaining EJeepneys and ETrikes last May 23, 2018. The EV Drivers’ Advance Training was conducted by the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines and the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. to help prepare the […]
When you want to break a record in Pike Peak, you get a driver who knows that tract better than anyone else. Rhys Millen drove a lightly modified Bentley Bentayga claiming the record for a production SUV at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The two-time champion Rhys Millen hails from New Zealand, and […]