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Lexus Philippines hosted a scintillating event at its elegant showroom in Bonifacio Global City last week, not only to celebrate its 10th anniversary, but also to introduce the 2019 UX subcompact luxury crossover.
When money is not a problem, some of the bigger challenges that come with the takeover of a heritage brand like Morris Garages (MG) are expanding its influence and keeping its legacy.
Palaweños can now look forward to visiting the province’s many exciting tourist destinations and exploring business options using Foton vehicles.
Carmakers and consumers alike are eager to start the new year, what with the steep decline in sales for many brands, and the increase in fuel costs and most vehicle prices in 2018. The year 2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year, launch-wise. Here are the some of the most anticipated cars for 2019:
Electric vehicles are gaining popularity in China at a pace faster than anywhere else in the world.
The Singapore Motor Show is the first motor show to kick off in the Asean region this year, and it has become the launch venue for some brands that are looking to introduce their newest models in one of the world’s fastest growing markets.
The Malaysian car industry is on a roll, primarily because of a new leadership in government that has buoyed consumer optimism since its elections last May.
With the arrival of the Xpander in April 2018, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) brought to our shores the brand’s futuristic X-shaped façade called the new generation Dynamic Shield.
There’s always an opportunity that awaits the 2.6 million out-of-school youths aged 16 to 24 years old in the Philippines, but many are living in poverty, are financially unstable, and some have to deal with family issues and other seemingly insurmountable obstacles in pursuing their goals.
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 1.6 million vehicles worldwide to replace Takata front passenger air bag inflators that can be dangerous. Takata inflators can explode with too much force, hurling shrapnel into drivers and passengers. At least 23 people have died from the problem worldwide and hundreds injured. The recall covers the […]