One of the newest features on the market that is slowly becoming the standard in all vehicles is the 360-degree camera. Functioning as an extra set of eyes for your vehicle it services to aid you when maneuvering or when you park your vehicle. Typically consisting of four cameras strategically placed around the vehicle, it gives the user views of the vehicle not normally seen from the driver’s seat. With such a useful feature, we have created a list to show which vehicles available in the Philippine market currently have the 360-degree camera.
Chery Tiggo 8
Entering the realm of affordable and well-equipped crossovers is the Chery Tiggo 8. It not only comes tech-packed thanks to its 360-degree camera and smart wearable device that comes with the vehicle, but it also comes with a good amount of space as well. As a 7-seater vehicle, the Tiggo 8 ticks the right boxes when it comes to those looking for a family car. It comes powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that makes 145hp and 210 Nm of torque. While not a lot on paper given the vehicle’s size, it's more than enough to get the Tiggo 8 going at speed especially on the highway.
Changan CS75 Plus
A new crossover to make its way into the Philippines is the Changan CS75 Plus. Part of the brand’s initial lineup in the country, the CS 75 brings with it an affordable price and comes with a great number of features. Entering an already hot segment the Changan crossover sets itself apart by not only comes with a 360-degree camera but also with a 1.5-liter that makes 176hp and 265 Nm of torque. However, just like the rest of its already established rivals, it sends power to the front wheels only. That said the CS 75 is a good option if you want an affordable crossover with a 360-degree camera.
As the flagship model of the brand, the Changan CS95 brings a lot to the table. One of the more expensive options on the list, you do get what you pay for in terms of its price point. A 7-seater crossover by design the CS 95 is one of the more powerful vehicles on this list thanks to its 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline motor that pushes out 228hp and 360 Nm of torque. If you’re looking for a premium vehicle with a 360-degree camera then you might want to consider this Changan crossover.
Looking to get a sports car that also comes with a 360-degree camera? Then look no further than the Kia Stinger. A South Korean fastback sedan but with European roots, the Stinger delivers well in terms of performance and with the tech that it brings. Under the hood, the performance car does not disappoint as it comes with a twin-turbo 3.3-liter V6 gasoline engine that delivers 365hp and 510 Nm of torque. If you’re looking for a fast car that is also comfortable and definitely gives off a premium look and feels then you might want to consider the Kia Stinger and what it has to offer.
On the more affordable end of the spectrum, MG has brought in a feature-rich sedan to fight with the more established names in the segment. While it brings with it more space and more features not normally found in its segment, the sedan positions itself nicely with its 1.5-liter gasoline engine. For those looking for a vehicle equipped with a 360-degree camera and that’s priced affordably then the MG5 could be an ideal choice for you.
The Nissan Terra brings with it the Japanese brand’s own safety suite of features dubbed the Nissan Intelligent Mobility. This gives the vehicle access to features such as a 360-degree camera which lets the user see anything and everything while they are trying to park your car or while traveling at lower speeds. The system works under the sun and in low light conditions making it an ideal feature to have especially for the vehicle’s size.
Similar to that of its SUV sibling the Nissan Navara also gets access to the Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety suite of features. The Japanese pickup truck also gains access to the same 4 camera system that is present in the Terra which gives the user a 360-degree view of the vehicle and its surroundings. Definitely a great feature to have especially when parking a long vehicle such as a pickup truck in tight spaces or just navigating a rig of its size through tighter streets.
A rising star in the Philippine market, the Geely Coolray also comes equipped with a 360-degree camera. Just like the other vehicles that have this feature equipped it utilizes four cameras that are positioned on either side of the vehicle, the front, and the back. Together these cameras stitched together to form an all-around view of the vehicle even giving it a faux eagle-eye view.
If that feature wasn’t attractive enough Geely has also given the Coolray a powerful 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine. Thanks to technology from Volvo the motor produces 177hp and 255 Nm of torque making the crossover one of the more powerful vehicles in its segment.
Looking for more space compared to the Coolray? Then the Geely Azkarra is your next best option. Just like its smaller sibling it too comes equipped with a 360-degree camera. While its lower variant shares the same engine as its smaller brother, the higher grade offers something a little more electric into the mix. The Azkarra Luxury comes powered by a 1.5-liter gasoline engine that is also assisted by a 48-volt mild hybrid system and all-wheel drive. Geely says that this not only adds more power as it makes 187hp and 300 Nm of torque.
Want the same features as the Azkarra but want a 7-seater configuration? Then look no further than the Geely Okavango. Like its stablemates in the local lineup, the hybrid MPV/crossover comes equipped with a 360-degree camera. To add to that it also comes with the same engine and transmission as its fellow Geely vehicles giving it 190hp and 300 Nm of torque. A solid deal considering that it continues the trend of the automaker by being affordable and feature-packed at the same time.
One of the best, if not the best pickup truck in the Philippines right now, the Ford F-150 is a powerhouse and a gargantuan vehicle that barely fits in the city streets of Metro Manila. Equipped with a twin-turbo EcoBoost V6, the F-150 is one of the most capable and fastest full-sized trucks currently on sale in the country. Did we mention that it has a 360-degree camera?
A newcomer into the Philippine market is the Ford Territory. The crossover is one of the more technologically advanced models that the American brand is currently selling in the country. It comes equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that produces 141hp and 241 Nm of torque. On top of that, the vehicle also comes with an attractive price point and with features that aren’t normally found in its segment. It also comes with a 360-degree camera as well, which is one of its headlining features.
Another MPV that joins the list with its 360-degree camera is the Maxus G50. An 8-seater vehicle the G50 comes maxed out in terms of dimensions as well as in terms of features. One of the larger and better-equipped vehicles in its segment 8-seater MPV brings with it a lot of technology at a price that won’t break the bank. Aside from this it also comes with a powerful for its class 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that produces 167hp and 250 Nm of torque. A good choice for those looking for an affordable MPV that comes tech-packed and with seating for 8.
Mixing in sportiness and premium feel is the Mazda3 Sportback in its Elite trim. The Sportback not only comes with an excellent design but it also comes with a 360-degree camera to further enhance the premium experience. Under the hood, the Mazda3 comes powered by a 2.0-liter Skyactiv G engine that produces 152hp and 200 Nm of torque. If you want a great looking and great performing vehicle then this vehicle could be for you.
Mazda 3 sedan
If you don’t want a Sportback and prefer a sedan body instead then the Mazda3 sedan is another option for you. Just like its 5-door counterpart it too comes equipped with the same features and with the same powerful and efficient 2.0-liter Skyactiv G motor. If you want the looks and the premium feel as well as the performance then the Mazda3 could be an ideal choice for you.
The less spritely of the two midsized offerings in the automaker's lineup, the Mazda CX-8 comes lined with tech, and a 360-degree camera was thrown into the mix. A 2.5-liter gasoline engine helps it get up to speed pretty quickly thanks to SkyActiv technology, and it is also one of the better-driving crossovers in the market today thanks in part to its motor which produces 187 hp and 252 Nm of torque.
If you want more power and torque in a crossover, look no further in the Japanese manufacturer's lineup than the Mazda CX-9. It has the same 2.5-liter engine as seen in the CX-8, but it has a lot more pull thanks to a turbocharger that brings its power output to 228 hp and 420 Nm of torque, bringing this midsize crossover up to speed before you know it.
Mazda 6 Sports Wagon and Sedan
The Mazda6 Sports wagon and Mazda6 sedan come with 360-degree cameras, and they’re great driving cars on top of all their features. For the wagon, you can get the naturally-aspirated 2.5-liter SkyActiv-G engine, but if you go for the sedan, you get more options. For starters, you can pick between a 2.2-liter diesel engine that produces 187 hp and 450 Nm of torque, while the gasoline motor makes 227 hp and 420 Nm of torque. If you get the wagon, that’s still a spritely 187 hp and 252 Nm of torque.
Another one of Mazda’s compact crossovers is the Mazda CX-30. Sharing the same gorgeous styling as its stablemates the CX-30 brings with it the handling of its Mazda3 brethren along with the power that they carry. On top of that, it also shares in their features as well carrying over the 360-degree camera from the Sedan and Sportback variants. If you want a higher riding Mazda that carries the premium feel and handling of its lower to the ground counterparts then you might want to consider the CX-30.
An updated entry to this list is the Toyota Fortuner. Getting its latest rendition in October of 2020, the refreshed and upgraded version of the popular 7-seater diesel-powered SUV has gotten two new distinct looks. While its lower variants carry a tweaked version of its predecessor’s styling, the new top of the line model comes with a sportier new face. Along with the exterior makeover the Fortuner’s top variant has also gotten a few new features such as Toyota’s Safety Sense technology and of course a 360-degree camera. On top of that, it also got a bump in power for its 2.8-liter models as the diesel fed mill now pushes out 201hp and 500 Nm of torque.
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