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Mitsubishi Motors Philippines arranged a media test drive up north from Manila to Subic Bay to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar last weekend after being in the market for several months already.
I recently got an e-mail from Honda Cars Philippines informing me that their latest Honda CR-V model received two major awards from the Asean NCAP (New Car Assessment Program) Grand Prix Awards 2018.
Ford raised its SUV game when it introduced the third-generation Everest. The Ford Everest is still one of the best-equipped vehicles in its category across all of its trim levels.
Hyundai Motor Company must have been thinking out of the box when it created the Kona. With the Kona, Hyundai threw out the window all its accepted designing norms.
If you’re the type of person who loves to bring company along for long trips, vans should be your preferred ride.
It was September 1978 when Mitsubishi Motors first launched in Japan a one-ton pickup truck named “Forte.”
Camiguin, an island province off northern Mindanao that many travelers consider to be the paradise.
If there’s one vehicle in the Lexus line-up that I’ve been very curious about to try and enjoy, it has been the NX300. As much as I love low-slung rocket-sleds, sports cars and massive torque and horsepower, the reality is that such cars are only actually enjoyable to drive on early weekend mornings. When traffic is sparse and non-existent. And if and when I actually do wake-up. My current lifestyle (as with most professionals and adults) means loads upon loads of work, with weekends being the only respite. In the time that I do need to drive, I need to go far distances, usually driving for hours on end, ferrying people and / or precious cargo, through some poor roads and equally poor weather conditions. Indeed, a sports car makes little sense 99% of the time for me.
Text and photos by Ardie O. Lopez Being a premium-luxury automotive brand that has one of the most extensive model lineups in the industry, Mercedes-Benz zeroed in on a fast-growing niche in the market: those who demand a high level of comfort and luxury on top of seriously versatile performance capability. For […]
Supra. The name in Latin loosely means “from the Heavens,” and has identified every single flagship rear-wheel drive sporting GT from Toyota since 1981, although Toyota’s sports car lineage traces further back all the way to the 2000GT from 1965.