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Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC), the longest-staying automotive company in the Philippines having been established in 1963 has achieved yet another milestone: its one millionth unit sales mark. .
The 15th edition of the annual Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) rolls out on April 4-7, 2019 at the World Trade Center. This year’s theme is Fun and Function, highlighting vehicles that are both practical to own and exciting to drive. MIAS 2019 will feature more than 30,000 square meters of indoor and outdoor […]
Hyundai will launch its much-awaited Palisade premium SUV at the 2019 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). The striking three-row, 8-seater SUV will bow with the new Kona Electric, a zero local-emission subcompact SUV. The Palisade, launched to global acclaim just in November 2018 and already racking up some awards, aims to propel Hyundai’s […]
Nissan Philippines marks its return to the Manila International Auto Show by showcasing its Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology. The Terra SUV, Navara including the new N-Warrior variant, and a new variant of the Juke, will be the highlight of Nissan’s interactive exhibit at the World Trade Center on April 4-7, 2019. Nissan […]
Nissan is one of the few companies to buck the current downtrend in the Philippine automotive market. Thanks to its robust lineup, the brand is generating more interest than ever.
A funny thing happened while waiting for Honda to bring out the Civic Type R. When I got to the garage, instead of a low-slung hatchback, I saw a large upright SUV: it was the CR-V they scheduled first. But instead of getting disappointed, I got even more excited. Call it paternal instinct, or some […]
Compact SUVs are the sweet spot in the automotive industry’s lineup globally, and the Philippine market is no exception.
The Volvo XC40 has won two of the world’s top automotive awards for 2018: the Japan Car of the Year and the European Car of the Year.
The re-energized Kia Philippines, now under the management of Ayala Corporation, wasted no time in fortifying its lineup.
Pigs are not usually associated with cars, at least not favorably.