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KIA is on a roll. With the brand’s stewardship under the Ayala Automotive Group, prospects have improved massively with the brand.
Imagine for a moment, that one day, all cars will be somewhat similar to the Prius: hybrid, if not electric.
Since the RSA-led SMC Asia Car Distributors Inc. started handling the brand, BMW’s fortunes have improved significantly. Thanks to Ramon S. Ang himself being a certified car guy, he knows how to spec his cars perfectly to make pricing more palatable to a greater range of loyal BMW buyers, while still appealing to the most […]
A popular saying goes that if your car survives the uphill and winding roads of Baguio, you’ve got a keeper of a car in your hands.
There’s an interesting trend that’s going on in the sub-compact sedan segment of late, and it’s about the apparent step-up in the overall packaging of these supposedly “basic” cars.
There has often been a love-hate relationship with the BMW X5. It came into the market early on, which was a bold move.
There are so many clichés about summer, but they never get old. Summer represents youth, adventure, and excitement. Travel is best done during summer in the company of family and friends. And what better than to take an exciting out-of-town road trip during summer, the very essence of youthful energy?
Perhaps one of the most anticipated cars for 2019 is the all-new 4th generation Suzuki Jimny, a car that appeals to both enthusiasts, 4×4 hobbyists and cost-conscious motorists.
I have always been partial to small SUVs. Why? Because it gives me the best of both worlds: The high stance makes me feel protected while the compact size makes it easier for me to drive. This package is perfect for versatility, especially for moms like me who multitask. This enables us to squeeze in a trip to the grocery or other errands in between meetings.
A good road trip has two essential components: an enjoyable car and even more enjoyable company. Road trips beckon as summer continues to sizzle. You have to wiggle yourself free from city and town traffic before you can enjoy a brief spell of fast, flowing driving, and then you can discover just how obedient your steed is.