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The Senate is a step closer to enacting a bill that would make it tougher for Metro Manila residents to buy a new car as they will be required first to prove that they have parking space. The Senate trade, commerce and entrepreneurship committee recently formed a technical working group to refine the proposed Proof-of-Parking […]
The country’s antitrust body fined Grab and Uber P16 million for allegedly causing undue difficulties that prejudiced the review of their controversial takeover deal. Top officials of the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) said on Wednesday the companies had made the review process unnecessarily difficult, despite clear orders against such actions. Grab Philippines, now the largest […]
A sports utility vehicle (SUV) crashed into the basement of a Taguig City hospital as it was parking on Wednesday morning. Superintendent Alexander Santos, Taguig City police chief, said Johann Dizon, 53, was parking the SUV at the nearby parking area when he allegedly lost control of the vehicle, which sped up and smashed through […]
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines, is inviting customers to its upcoming 4-Day Sale this coming October 18-21, 2018 offering special deals and discounts on select Honda City and Civic variants of up to Php 35,000. Customers may now inquire at any of the 38 Honda Car Dealerships nationwide […]
In the multi-continental “car wars” being waged in the Philippines, covering both sides of what can be argued the most economically powerful region of the world–the north Atlantic–gives anyone that strategic trade edge. And last Oct. 11 in a posh hotel in Bonifacio Global City, Filipino-owned The Covenant Car Company Inc (TCCCI) waved not the flag of surrender, but that bearing the crosses of saints George, Andrew and Patrick.
United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI), the official distributor of Foton vehicles in the Philippines announced an innovative after-sales service feature to strenghten its capability and reach by coming up with an industry-first mobile service program for Foton customers who have a hard time having their units serviced in their respective dealers. Dubbed as the “EC Mobile Service Truck Program,” highly trained and authorized mechanics using specialized shop tools and genuine parts are on call to provide quality service to a growing number of customers. “We are aware that not all our customers are in close proximity to a dealership,” said UAAGI president Rommel Sytin. “That is a pain point we want to address with this new and timely service.”
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai trucks and buses as well as passenger cars in the Philippines, opened the three-day Hyundai Power Solutions Expo at the Laus Group Event Centre in San Fernando, Pampanga yesterday.
By 2025, Porsche foresees that half their vehicle model range will be electric-powered, prompting the brand to invest heavily into the electrification of its automobiles. This electrification includes hybrids, plug-in-hybrids and full electric vehicles or EV’s.
The Ford Ranger Raptor may have been born in Australia, having been developed there, and it’s now here on our islands. Ford showcased the new Ranger Raptor, during the Ford Island Conquest activities that are now going around Luzon. Also on hand are the rest of the refreshed Ranger lineup, the Everest, and 2018 EcoSport. Dubbed as the experiential test drive roadshow, the Ford Island Conquest will be rolling into the Solenad Nuvali Activity Area on October 19-21, 2018 and at SM Clark Events Center on October 26-28, 2018.
These past few days, my socmed news feed has been flooded with rants, particularly from the offroading community, over what they call unjust apprehensions by the Land Transportation Office.