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With a life expectancy of 87 years, Japanese are among the longest-living people on the planet.
The last Saturday of November will be the final two races of the Toyota Vios Cup Season 4, and all eyes will be on Team Obengers and Team Toyota Cebu as both expend their utmost at the Clark International Speedway in Pampanga.
Not so long ago, vehicles running on alternative fuels or those that don’t run solely on gasoline or diesel fuels, were relegated to some discreet corners of motorshow booths. They served more like sidelights as the crowd would gather around newly unveiled or soon-to-arrive vehicle models powered by a technology that was simply a refinement […]
Obengers coach Roland Hermoso says the team’s recent successes have put the onus on the drivers to “stay hungry” and make the 2017 Toyota Vios Cup (Season 4) a winning season for them.
Mitsubishi Motors’ next generation compact MPV, the Xpander, has just made its world debut and will be on sale by September in Indonesia. While the Philippines may have to wait a few more months for a left-hand version of this 7-seater, here are six reasons why you should put that next car purchase on hold until the Xpander’s official launch here in the Philippines.
Making its world debut at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show last week—and proving that compact family-focused multipurpose vehicles (MPVs) don’t have to look boring—is the new Mitsubishi Xpander.
Diesel-powered automobiles are making a comeback.
Partners of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. welcomed the recent appointment of Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, the Japanese automaker’s new president and CEO
With the possibility of excise taxes on commodities such as automobiles increasing next year—the House of Representatives just passed its version of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion or Train bill—it seems car buyers are now taking advantage of the few remaining months where they could still get their favorite rides at relatively lower prices.
Driving the last 70 kilometers toward the town of Santa Ana in Cagayan province, one cannot help but be both amazed and impressed by what the Isuzu Crosswind—our ride that morning—had accomplished all these years.