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Photos by Ardie O. Lopez When nearly every major automotive manufacturer has a stake in the commercially hyper-active subcompact car category, it becomes a veritable no-holds-barred competition to vie for the potential customers’ final nod. Typically it’s about achieving the tricky balance between offering the best overall features over an attractive and ideally irresistible sticker […]
The Honda Jazz started a revolution back in 2005 when it was launched. And I have a very personal relationship with it.
Nissan finally dips its feet into the highly competitive Philippine mid-size SUV market dominated by Toyota and Mitsubishi. Not only is it the new baby in this segment, the New Nissan Terra (meaning: earth or land ) has the looks, muscle, and a whole load of advanced technology to rival the reigning kings […]
It is increasingly hard to talk about modern cars without going deep into the technical. The new Lamborghini Huracán Evo is a perfect example. I could easily say it is better than ever, and that it produces as much horsepower and torque as the up-rated Huracán Performante. That 10 non-turbocharged cylinders roar […]
Valentine’s Day may be a non-event to many people, but it can be an opportunity or excuse to go on a road trip with the significant other, away from the prying eyes of the madding. Here are some with unique date ideas in under-the-radar hideaways that you can visit on this day of […]
I never thought I’d be saying this, but I’ve been more frequently approached by total strangers who ask about this ride than when I was driving premium luxury cars for review.
The Nissan R35 GTR and I share a somewhat serendipitous story. I was one of Nissan’s guests at the official media unveiling of the Nissan R35 GTR in October 2007, on the eve of that year’s Tokyo Motor Show.
Go-anywhere off-road prowess sits at the core of every Mitsubishi Strada pickup.
It’s a little known fact with family and friends that I love the Porsche 911. Starting from the first water-cooled 996 model up until the present, I’ve driven almost all models on both road and track.
After finally getting some proper seat time behind the wheel of every model in the whole Q range of Audi’s SUVs, I think I found its sweet spot.