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Chiba, Japan—As this contingent of motoring media from the Philippines arrived in this city yesterday to witness the launch of the re-designed, next-generation Nissan Leaf on Sept. 6 at the Makuhari Messe (simultaneously in Las Vegas), this author couldn’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of longing.
BMW may not have been the first to enter the premium SUV market, but with its debut, the X5 easily became the benchmark for a whole generation of crossovers that carried a premium badge. BMW managed to take its ethos of building some of the world’s best-driving sedans and translating it for its SUV formula. […]
Last weekend’s action-packed second race of Round 5 of the Ferrari Challenge APAC was held in Sepang International Circuit in Kuala Lumpur, home of Malaysian F1 Grand Prix and Malaysian MotoGP.
They got me at spa. After completing a rather stressful weekend playing supporter and cheerleader for the hubby and the rest of the TRS Tri team at the Ironman Cebu competition, I was delighted to get an invite from Lexus Manila for an afternoon of pampering at the Chi Spa.
In the end, it all boiled down to cold, hard cash. Early afternoon yesterday, transport network company Uber attempted to cut short by 15 days a 30-day suspension by paying the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) P190 million.
We can’t all seem to get enough of SUVs and crossovers. I’ve said it before, and I will say it again.
There was a time in automotive history when Mercedes-Benz solely built its reputation on its well-built luxurious and reliable sedans. But with many markets shifting to crossovers and SUVs, the brand successfully reinterpreted the design language of its sedans in favor of its taller and sometimes larger siblings.
Mercedes-Benz is taking a new approach to marketing communications with its new campaign “Grow Up.” The most extensive content creation in the history of the brand has been realized for the five models of the compact-car family.
Honda diehards must have been squirming in their seats prior to the historic launch of the premium Japanese marque’s first diesel-powered automobile in the Philippines. What’s taking Honda so long in introducing their own diesel-powered vehicles?
Foton PH is actively expanding its ever-growing network of dealerships. A month after inaugurating its showroom in Camarines Sur, Foton PH officially opened its Marilao showroom last August 17th. United Asia Automotive Group Inc. (UAAGI), the exclusive distributor of Foton vehicles in the country, awarded the dealership to Frontier Automotive Marilao Corporation (FAM-C) led by its dealer principals Eugene Bino, Wilson Fung, Michael Mancilla and Ken Trajano. It was founded by a group of businessmen in the plastic packaging industry.