With the Manila International Auto Show just a few days away, many manufacturers are already leaking teasers about their latest models and updates to existing vehicles in their respective line ups.
Here at AutoDeal, we’re gearing up for the upcoming event by making sure we can get the relevant and important information to you as quickly as possible. We’re also pretty amped up about new releases from our favorite manufacturers, so we decided to come up with a list of vehicles we’re excited to see at the Manila International Auto Show from April 5-8, 2018 at the World Trade Center.
This is in no way a definitive list of cars we’re sure to see there, but our fingers are crossed!
2018 Ford Mustang
An update to the perennial pony car is something we’re looking forward to. Aggressive looks and a naturally aspirated 5.0 liter V8. What’s not to love?
2018 Subaru WRX STI
Can the last remaining Japanese rally icon satisfy subie lovers and enthusiasts?
2018 Hyundai Kona
Will Hyundai’s new subcompact crossover win over Filipinos? It sure is a looker, though.
GAZelle Commercial Vehicles
GAZ light commercial vehicles are aimed at catering small and medium enterprises. Shuttle buses are in the works, too.
2018 BMW X3
The all-new BMW X3 features new engines, new technology, and a bold look. What’s not to love about BMW’s premium compact crossover? See it at their booth.
2018 Isuzu D-MAX and mu-X
Slight tweaks to design and engines still make Isuzu a force to be reckoned with.
2018 Suzuki Swift and Dzire
While we’re partial to the hatchback, these small Suzuki cars are easy on the eyes.
2018 Range Rover Velar
Contender for World Car of The Year for a reason, the Range Rover Velar is a stunner. A yacht for the road with all the comforts to boot.
JAC Passenger Vehicles
New to the market and ready to face the challenge, JAC’s lineup of vehicles show promise.
2018 Chevrolet Cruze
Long overdue and a solid performer during its introduction in the Philippines, the Chevrolet Cruze gets a substantial update.
If you want road presence and extreme comfort for a full-sized, eight-seater SUV, then this could be your ticket.
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