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Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd., the regional headquarters of Honda in the Asia & Oceania (A&O) region, announced that Honda achieved its best-ever automobile sales in 2017 in the A&O region with retail sales reaching 793,636 units, a 12% increase from 2016 sales volume of 707,951 units. Honda also set all-time annual sales records in […]
Honda Cars Philippines will have two special treats for visitors to the Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS). Honda will be launching the all-new BR-V crossover, and featuring the McLaren-Honda Formula One race car.
Last July 30, Honda Cars Philippines invited a group of kids to experience being part of the Honda team for a day.
Honda Cars Philippines (HCP) has developed a small but highly loyal following with its Pilot SUV. It has all the Honda hallmarks: roomy, comfortable, relatively nimble and user-friendly.
HONDA Cars Philippines has launched the all-new HR-V compact crossover, and enters one of the hottest market segments, currently occupied by the likes of the Ford Ecosport. What is it. The HR-V is Honda’s take on the B-segment-size SUV. The name stands for Hi-rider Revolutionary Vehicle. Like the recently-launched Mobilio MPV, the HR-V is built […]
MANILA, Philippines–Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) is running faster than the company’s Formula One team these days. Not content at having launched the country’s best MPV, the all-new Odyssey, HCPI has launched a second, cheaper minivan that aims squarely at the heart of the market, where the Toyota Innova reigns supreme. What it is: The […]
MANILA, Philippines–How do you come up with a successor to one of the best minivans on the planet, regardless of price? If you’re Honda, you make it better. Honda Cars Philippines unveiled the all-new Odyssey minivan on Tuesday, coming with a premium vehicle that is both more practical, probably more fuel efficient, while at the […]
“Bring it on!” I channeled my inner “Tito Poch” last Sept. 4 as I braced myself for a fuel economy run organized by the same car manufacturer who gave the words “fuel economy” a “run” for their money. For doesn’t it feel like yesterday when the late Pinoy motorsport legend Tito Poch Ramirez dared the notorious Metro Manila traffic to “bring it on” and spoil his date with fuel economy destiny on board his Honda Jazz?
When I got behind the wheel of a Kia Picanto four years ago, first in Laos, then in Turkey, I was amazed by what the modern A-segment car can do.