AutoDeal car reviews are the most detailed in the Philippines. With help from our in-house automotive experts we provide you with up-to-date evaluations on the country's latest and most popular cars.
The highest-end and most decked-out Territory is still a surprisingly affordable machine.
Surprisingly, you actually get a lot for less.
The balanced and middle child of the Vios lineup still has a lot to offer.
A unique name for a unique MPV, the Geely Okavango is a good value no matter how you look at it.
The 2021 Toyota Corolla Cross in its hybrid trim makes for a compelling option.
It's Maxus Philippines’ newest MPV that is ready to take on the competition.
It's the brand’s sole entry to the compact crossover segment.
The Toyota Supra GR is more than just a rebadge or rehash. In our eyes, it demands respect.
We got a short stint with the new Honda City, here are a few of our first impressions.
Is the 370Z NISMO worth it’s price in the Philippines? The answer is, you have to be someone very special to lust after this 2-door.
Does the addition of new features and a body kit still make the Wigo a good buy?
Does adding more make for a much better car? Is the Xpander Cross P80,000 better than the normal Xpander?
A small crossover for the price of a small hatch, does the Chery Tiggo 2 fit the bill?
Will the Azkarra garner as much success like its Coolray sibling?
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In the realm of 7-seaters, few manufacturers get everything right, though the XL7 could be one of those exceptions.
A smooth mile much that is diesel-powered and can easily seat seven
Let’s see how the F-150 stacks up in a full review, though if we’re being honest, it’s too good for the Philippines.
Does the newest pickup from the Ayala Corporation have what it takes to fit in, or stand out?
The Suzuki S-Presso is lovable, but is it any good?
The second nameplate under the Geely brand still seats 5, but cranks the refinement to 11.
Feels like Chery have done what they can and are looking to prove itself with its biggest offering yet.