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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 […]
Hyundai introduced its new flagship premium three-row Palisade SUV at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2020 Palisade rides on an all-new SUV chassis with exceptional second- and third-row roominess coupled with generous cargo area and reconfiguration flexibility. The Palisade will be produced in Ulsan, Korea. Here’s the news from Hyundai: Palisade’s styling conveys dignity […]
Earlier this year, Hyundai promised a luxe three-row crossover, and now the brand is delivering: the 2020 Palisade SUV reveal is scheduled for November 28. On Thursday, Hyundai revealed the name of the luxurious flagship SUV we knew was coming: the 2020 Hyundai Palisade. As we found out earlier this year, the vehicle does feature three rows; […]
Ford continues to struggle to achieve the sales numbers it had hoped for in China.
A closer look at a few seconds of the footage appears to be a somewhat stealthy teaser of the upcoming Model Y compact crossover.
Toyota Motor Philippines is getting into the subcompact SUV segment with the all-new Rush. Toyota’s entry-level SUV is anything but basic, as it is relatively specified for the price. Powering the Rush is the familiar 1.5-liter VVTi engine. Most people will no doubt be interested in the seven-seat variant, the 1.5 G. Rush features include […]
This is no superficial facelift though, as the new Cayenne E-Hybrid is going to be an improvement on the current incarnation.
Car culture, as it is universally known, evolves over time, dependent on the needs and situation of where it is located.
Since most buyers seem to want SUVs and crossovers, it’s no surprise that this year’s New York International Auto Show was positively bursting with them.
There were still 6.76 million diesels sold across Europe last year, but the 43.7 percent market share that represents is the lowest for diesels in the last decade.