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The plan of the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to ban driver-only private vehicles along Edsa violates due process requirements, the public policy think-tank Infrawatch PH said on Tuesday. The statement came on the eve of the MMDA’s weeklong dry run of the proposed high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) traffic scheme. “Sorry to burst the bubble of […]
If we think it’s a bit hard to explain the new Lexus ES 350, imagine how hard it is for Lexus to decide what changes to make for a car that pretty much sets the standards for a lot of things.
If you find yourself in the vicinity of the Quezon Memorial Circle, take a detour and visit the newly-built Presidential Car Museum. The airy, modern building houses a comprehensive gallery of the cars used by Philippine presidents. The collection includes the cars used by Presidents Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose P. Laurel, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Ferdinand […]
The three-door car is starting to look increasingly in danger of extinction.
Ford continues to struggle to achieve the sales numbers it had hoped for in China.
The Sion electric car is the brainchild of Sono Motors.
The Camaro SS and V-6 models will be getting worse fuel economy than their 2018 model year counterparts.
Most of us do not want to see the inside of an auto repair and service shop. Not only is the visit usually tied to high expenses, but the place is typically dull and unappealing, sometimes smelling of oil and grime.
My Toyota Hiace van, made in 2004 when Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) was just 16 years old, was my trusty chariot when I entered the basement parking of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Bonifacio Global City late afternoon of Aug. 1.
Jaguar Land Rover is embarking on a big overhaul of its entire range.