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Buoyed by their fifth consecutive year of growth in the Philippines in 2017 and their best-ever January performance despite the new excise tax on vehicles, Ford Motor Company gave a bullish outlook not only for the country, but also for the entire Asia-Pacific region this year.
When it comes to automobiles, Suzuki is known for producing affordable small cars with a sporty attitude.
Breaking into the Philippine automotive industry’s list of top 10 performers is a cause for celebration for any auto manufacturer.
The 2018 dealers’ appreciation night of the United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI), also known as Foton Philippines, was extra special because of the presence of Foton Group EVP Ma Rentao and other high-ranking execs from China.
Figuring out how many motor vehicles were actually sold in a given year is tricky by the fact that two players are members of both the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (Campi) and the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (Avid).
Consumer Reports, a non-government organization based in New York state, is recognized worldwide for its comprehensive independent automobile testing program and reliability data.
Isuzu Philippines Corporation pre-empted 2018 with an accomplished New Year’s resolution. Isuzu upgraded the D-Max pickup and its 7-seat sibling, the mu-X SUV, to Blue Power Euro 4 diesel technology in time for the 2018 model year.
The newly signed Train (Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion) law makes buying a new car more complicated than ever before. Set to take effect at the start of 2018, Train increases the excise tax rates on vehicles that most consumers who qualify for car financing can afford. In Bracket 1, vehicles sold at net […]
The approved auto excise tax rates of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) delivered a year-end surprise to the Philippine automotive industry. TRAIN has got the car companies re-crunching numbers for their 2018 business plans and projections. It was “not as expected” said Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) president Rommel […]
Last July, the British government announced that it will ban all new gasoline and diesel vehicles by the year 2040, following France’s announcement that it will do the same.