Caltex Philippines renews partnership with LICA Auto Group which started in 2017
The 2019 Suzuki Jimny is all the rage in the Philippines. It's a radical redesign that turns any head, but just how radical is it?
One of the most rewarding drives in its segment, the Toyota 86 MT is pure driving enjoyment.
The Toyota 86 gets good marks for safety and technology, making a good all-arounder.
The Toyota 86 provides comfort and performance in a package that’s attractive, indeed.
Introducing, G-Vectoring Control – the first in the series of SKYACTIV-Vehicle Dynamics that aims to further improve the experience of driving.
We looked back at how the TRAIN law affected fuel prices last year and compared it to the 2017 data.
Before the 2019 Jimny comes in, let's take a look at its current trim to see if it's still a solid choice for car buyers.
Nimble and fun-to-drive – just like how you want your street-legal track car to behave.
Turbocharged power we’ll surely miss.
It gets two new and very close competitors in its segment, but it won’t be shaken easily.
The American brand is still dedicated in fulfilling the initial 1,000 vehicle quota.
Chevrolet’s entry in the subcompact crossover segment may not be that fun to drive but it gives you this feeling of overall security.
Suzuki’s V-twin fun for everyone has returned, and we hope it's for good.
SsangYong’s mid-variant offers great value to car-buyers, especially with its after-sales program.
The top-of-the-line five-cylinder Ford Everest may have a hefty price tag, but you’re sure to get the worth of your every centavo.
The second best-selling Honda in 2017 proves why it’s popular to Filipino buyers.
Retro is in, and Moto Guzzi knows it all.
You can’t really judge a book by its cover, especially if it has VGT under its hood.
We tear up the roads in Lexus’ newest RWD coupe.