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Car distributors’ sales rise 12% in April

DELIVERIES of member companies of the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID) reached 7,259 units in April, a 12.1% increase from the group’s tally of 6,476 units for the same month in 2018. According to a May 23 report released by AVID, the group sold 2,614 passenger cars (PC) for the month, 12% more […]

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Hyundai sales in PH grow 17.4% in April

DELIVERIES of Hyundai vehicles sold in the Philippines by distributor Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) rose 17.4% in April compared to the same month a year ago. HARI sold 2,795 units in April 2019. HARI’s April 2019 sales were boosted by its best-selling segment A sedan Reina, globally awarded crossover Kona, and the versatile H-100 […]

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Audi, Isuzu and Toyota top PH auto industry’s Q1 sales

The latest figures from three of the country’s respected trade and manufacturer associations show that the Philippine auto industry sold 97,375 vehicles in the first quarter of 2019.  Based on the latest data from distributor and manufacturer groups AVID (Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors), CAMPI (Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines) and TMA […]

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Imported vehicles sales down 25% in January

The Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (Avid) posted a 25-percent drop in the number of imported vehicles sold in the local market in January to 6,493 units from 8,696 units a year ago. Passenger car sales fell by 29 percent during the month to 2,254 units. Hyundai cars continued to lead this segment as […]

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The best cars I’ve driven in 2018

2018 was truly a banner year for me at a personal level: I got to drive some of the best driver’s cars imaginable in a single year. Ironic, despite the fact that 2018 will be remembered as a poor year for sales in the Philippine automotive industry. With industry sales dropping between 18 percent to […]

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Auto slump worst since ’98

The local vehicle industry is heading to its worst sales decline since the financial crisis of 1998 as manufacturers expect deliveries to fall by as much as 15 percent this year. The industry was not expecting such dismal showing for 2018, according to Rommel Gutierrez, president of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines […]

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Vehicle sales continue to decline

Vehicle sales fell 24.1 percent in July, marking the biggest year-on-year decline under the weight of the the TRAIN law, official data from vehicle manufacturers showed. Sales dropped to 28,038 units that month, significantly lower than the 36,951 units sold in July last year. This was according to the joint data of the Chamber of […]

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Consumer reaction to rising inflation, tax reform blamed for drop in vehicle sales

Vehicle sales fell 21.7 percent for the fifth month in a row in June. This was blamed mainly on the consumers’ reaction to a rising inflation and the tax reform program that made most vehicles more expensive. Sales reached only 29,350 units in June, down from the 37,479 units in the same month last year, […]

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Vehicle sales seen rising by 12%

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The volume of vehicles sold in the Philippines is primed for a 12-percent growth this year to reach about 577,000 units amid a government drive to upgrade jeepneys and increase in domestic production, according to Frost & Sullivan. The US-based consultancy firm said the projected Philippine economic growth of up to 7 percent yearly over […]

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Car sales boom in December, fueled by TRAIN anxiety

Car and truck manufacturers made their highest monthly sales in December last year, as consumers moved to buy new units before the imposition of higher excise taxes. According to joint data from Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (Campi) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA), car sales of member companies in December alone reached […]

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May 22, 2019

In a few weeks, you will be letting your children off into the streets on their way to school,

May 22, 2019

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is on a roll lately as the brand just recently celebrated a huge milestone: breaching the

May 15, 2019

There has often been a love-hate relationship with the BMW X5. It came into the market early on, which

May 15, 2019

How often do we find ourselves during our morning school drop offs wishing for a lot more time to

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