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My father is about to hit 80, but can still drive like a 40-year-old. Our neighbors call him Mang Tony, and they know he’s up and about whenever his beat-up, 21-year-old van clunks in or out of our garage.
Over the course of 14 years writing about cars, I have driven a handful of Italian machines. All have been truly memorable: Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati.
A friend once urged me, that if the car you are thinking of buying a car comes in the GT trim, buy it, you will not regret it. The 2018 Volkswagen Golf GTS TDI, has all the bells and whistles that one needs in a daily driver and a weekend getaway car. It has more […]
Most people used to eating fastfood would no doubt appreciate an upgrade to a nice steak dinner at a fancy, fine dining restaurant.
The Porsche Macan and I have very fond memories. I was first able to sample the car in early 2015 during an exclusive drive around Baden-Wurttemburg in Germany a few months prior to its Asian release.
Who would’ve thought that a bicycle parts producer would be a world-class car brand someday?
The C-segment sedan category is very much a dying breed. In fact, this segment struggles to sell in the thousands per month. In contrast, a Toyota Vios sells thrice as many units a month than this entire segment combined over the same period. How’s that for perspective? Some cars have dared to inject life back […]
The Inquirer design staff aren’t all that enthused about me right now. I can normally give them nice pretty photos of the cars I am lucky enough to drive.
Truth be told, the Honda Pilot isn’t for everyone. It isn’t going to potentially steal sales from the likes of the Montero Sport, Toyota Fortuner, Isuzu MU-X, and Nissan’s upcoming Terra, their SUV based on the Navara.
Those who’ve been able to drive a convertible know the exhilarating pleasures associated to being behind the wheel at speed, and being literally exposed to the elements at the same time.