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Despite 2018 being a very challenging year, Honda Cars Philippines shared a ray of hope for the industry: its SUV sales (BR-V, HR-V and CR-V) are up 9 percent in the same period compared to 2017.
With the automotive industry experiencing a slowdown in 2018, the entire industry is pushing forward to help continue the momentum in growth it has enjoyed in the last several years.
Currently, the mid-size PPV (pickup platform vehicle) 7-seat SUV segment is dominated by Japanese brands (Toyota, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, and soon Nissan with the Navara-based Terra), followed by the Thai-American hybrids from Ford (Everest) and Chevrolet (Trailblazer, which shares its basic architecture with the Isuzu MU-X).
TAICHUNG, Taiwan—Subaru, together with Motor Images Enterprises Inc., part of the Tan Chong International Limited Group and led by Glenn Tan, managing director, unveiled the latest Subaru Forester ES1 model to the Asean region motoring journalists.
With the onset of more monsoon rains, flash floods have become a real threat to motorists.
Last Thursday, August 2, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte led the ceremonial destruction of seized used luxury vehicles in Port Irene in Cagayan Province up north.
In a world where over-specification is the name of the game and numbers are king, where mega-HP, over-tired (meaning, super-wide tires), massive aerodynamics, and electronic-this-and-that seem to be the norm, one car truly rises above them all: Honda’s all-new Civic Type-R. The modestly-sized 5-door hatchback won’t win the ladies over, thanks largely to its boy-racer, […]
Toyota Motors Philippines recently unveiled its most important volume seller vehicle in the Philippines, the all-new fourth generation Toyota Vios.
Ferraris have always been about passion. They capture the very essence of the beauty and romance in driving.
Porsche is arguably the most driver-focused car manufacturer in the world.