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Chevrolet’s global entry in the booming subcompact crossover market began production in April 2013. By 2015, the Trax had made its first full year of sales in the United States, where it became the third bestseller in its segment. Over here, the second generation Trax for the 2017 model year was launched at the 2016 […]
“When in Rome, do as the Romans do,” the saying goes. Well, when in Texas, love trucks as the Texans do. On my second visit to the Lone Star State a week ago, I saw again how pickup trucks outnumber cars and SUVs on the road, especially in the suburbs and rural communities. This time, […]
Dallas, Texas—One of the nice things about traveling to the United States at this time of year is that you get to buy the Consumer Reports New Cars issue.
You’d think that after the Montero Sport swept the 2016 SUV of the Year awards of the Car Awards Group Inc. in the 2WD and 4WD categories, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. would rest on its laurels.
When Kia Motors designed the fourth generation of the Rio, they made their best-selling global car 90 percent new.
A 6-percent increase in sales in the first half of 2017 kept Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) in the top three magic circle of the Philippine automotive industry.
Committed to Hyundai Motor Company’s mantra of “New Thinking, New Possibilities,” Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo, president and CEO of Hyundai’s exclusive distributorship in the Philippines, grabs a new marketing opportunity when she sees one.
“The Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away.”
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.
Is Honda Motor Company running out of alphabet letters for its new offerings?