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Is the Hyundai Kona to get the N treatment?

If a Kona N does get the go ahead from the bosses at Hyundai, it’s expected to boast an impressive 247 horsepower.

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WATCH: How Korean drivers cooperate to help solve tunnel crash

While our streets are littered with so-called “professional” drivers and we are plagued by the headaches that they cause, motorists in other countries like Korea tend to practice a more responsible kind of driving that would be alien to a lot of local public (and even private) drivers. The clip shows a crash that had stopped […]

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Ssangyong returns to PH under Berjaya Group

Korean auto brand Ssangyong has announced its return to the Philippine market, under Malaysian-owned Berjaya Group. The brand is set to officially launch its Korando and Tivoli SUVs and Rodius MPV in the next few weeks. The new distributor Ssangyong Berjaya Motor Philippines has announced that Francis Lee, an Executive Director of Berjaya Group of […]

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Korean automaker donates $46,000; 80 volunteers build 9 homes in Payatas

They make cars “Gangnam” style. But on a sunny Friday, Feb. 7, Kia Motors showed it could use that same passionate fervor for making lavish, stylish cars for a purpose that’s more down-to-earth, yet life-affirming as well.

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Aug 15, 2018

If we think it’s a bit hard to explain the new Lexus ES 350, imagine how hard it is

Aug 15, 2018

TAICHUNG, Taiwan—Subaru, together with Motor Images Enterprises Inc., part of the Tan Chong International Limited Group and led by

Aug 08, 2018

When my son Arthur was younger, we would joke around saying that he would probably end up driving an

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