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Singapore Motorshow impressions

Toyota CHR

The Singapore Motorshow is on a renaissance of sorts. The event was last held in 2008, in sync with the first-ever Singapore F1 GP Night Race.

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Will technology make owning a car obsolete?

carless

Tuesday, I got a Viber message about the dawn of the exponential age and predictions of the future by Dr. Robert Goldman, an anti-aging and sports medicine expert who has received a lot of accolades that had me convinced that he is credible.

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What industry big shots look forward to in 2017 (Part 2)

Hello 2017. I am Jeanette Ipapo-Tuason, mother of five, wife, entrepreneur, part-time writer and triathlete.

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2016: The year that was

2016 was a banner year for me, both at a personal and at a professional level. It was full of travels, and I was thankful to have been able to go to so many new places I had never been before.

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Christmas shopping for car guys made easy

Many hard-to-find parts are on stock.

It’s that time of the year again, and everyone is out shopping for gifts. For car guys, our cars are very much a member of the family. It brings us to and from places safely and reliably. Hence we have an affinity for our own personal cars.

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Hyundai’s wild child: the Veloster Turbo

The Veloster represents the best of Hyundai: value for money, even in the performance car segment.

It’s fast, it’s fun, and it’s surprisingly practical. Best of all, it’s finally here!

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Jaguar F-Type R: angry cat

Looking taut, aggressive, and agile, the Jaguar F-Type is one sporty and exciting ride.

In terms of new motoring experiences, 2016 is a banner year for me particularly in terms of driving some very exciting cars.

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Nissan Navara storms the Sahara Desert

Like survivors of an amazing race, invited journalists celebrate their desert conquest with the Navara

Since its launch in 2015, the Nissan Navara has overwhelmed the local and regional markets, offering a great combination of refined comfort and conveniences usually found in upscale SUVs (but have quickly become the norm in the segment), while delivering unparalleled performance both on and off-road.

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Racing with Jasmine Curtis-Smith

Curtis (second from left) celebrates a podium finish.

The last leg of the Toyota Vios Cup was held last weekend at the Clark International Speedway. A record number of 63 cars raced on the grid in front of thousands of fans.

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Tips on buying a SUV or pickup

A 4x4 pickup has far better mobility, and can get you to more places.

The Philippine automotive industry has evolved from cars to LCVs or light commercial vehicles such as pickups, SUVs and MPVs. But for a first time buyer, choosing one is a daunting task. I’ll try to simplify buying one for you with these tips: 1. For family, work, play or all of the above? Your choice […]

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Mar 22, 2017

The original R32 GTR was coined “Godzilla” due to its sheer dominance in the Australian Touring Car Series, which

Feb 15, 2017

You can learn a lot about a car company by spending time where it grew. If you hang around