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Last Friday, during a multi-product launch extravaganza, Volkswagen Philippines astonished almost everyone by introducing a car priced at P686,000.
Heads up for motor sport fans: the FIA Sport Conference 2018’s demonstrations of four motor sport disciplines on June 5 and 6—drifting, cross car, eKarting and gymkhana—will be open to the public.
One sure way to solve the traffic mess is to decongest Metro Manila by creating a Mega Manila, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Danilo Lim says. Creating a Mega Manila was the centerpiece of Lim’s speech at the 87th annual general membership meeting of the Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) recently. Lim began by revealing […]
Is it a sport utility vehicle? A multipurpose vehicle? An Asian utility vehicle? Or a combination of all three?
Philippine automotive industry players knew that the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law would have an impact on sales this year, especially in the first quarter.
Zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds.
Noting that fewer American cars are sold in Japan compared to the great number of Japanese cars sold in the United States, President Donald Trump asserted last month that Japan bars American cars from its market through an odd test. “They take a bowling ball from 20 feet up in the air and they drop […]
For the first time in the history of the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), Suzuki Philippines (SPH) joined up to showcase their award-winning and best-selling vehicles, and to present a preview of the 2019 Dzire subcompact sedan. On display were the Suzuki Vitara, 2017 CAGI Car of the Year awardee under the subcompact crossover category; […]
The Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) opening tomorrow will offer visitors something really new: Russian motor vehicles on display.
Despite the higher excise tax rates imposed by the new tax reform law, light commercial vehicles, especially SUVs, continue to dominate sales.