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The Yaris got an update just in time before your Christmas purchase, while maintaining that wizard-beard bumper design.
The D-Max may not have all the latest technology in its segment, but that’s the way it charms you. It has the essentials, they all work well, and is reasonably priced.
A reminder from Isuzu that the SUV Wars has more than two competitors
You want that sleek look of a Subaru, but want it in a taller package because of our great roads. The XV is here to answer that ‘what if’ question in your head.
After many years of hoping, Nissan finally brought the latest iteration of their supercar killer.
It's so good, journalists coined a new term for it.
Suzuki joins the subcompact sedan fray.
Intended to be a car for the masses, the Beetle now has a cult following thanks to its quirky looks and functionality.
Imagine how pleasurable traffic can be if you’re inside an Italian luxury sedan.
SsangYong returned and it quickly targeted the growing crossover market with their Tivoli.
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It’s like the Hulk in a suit.
The Volkswagen Polo Hatchback is a classy-looking car that doesn’t compromise on what’s essential for a vehicle, and at a great price-point too.
With 3 years and $11 billion to develop, the XC90 is here and wants you to know it’s all worth it.
Chevrolet sets sail for the fast-growing subcompact sedan market in the Philippines.
The new Vios promises more fuel economy for you.
The Philippine debut of the Nissan GT-R isn’t the only thing that caught our attention at PIMS 2016
Aimed to please a bigger market, the Maserati Ghibli is here to empty your wallets and your kids’ college funds.
Family vehicles don’t have to be boring, and Toyota knows that.
Kia keeps up the funk with the refreshed Picanto
Introduced in 1989, the Mazda Miata, now known as MX-5, is already in its 4th generation and it's just as sleek as when it first came out.