For work or for play, these capable vehicles can handle anything you throw at them, on or off paved roads.
From gloves to backpacks, any of these items would make a fantastic gift for anyone who rides a motorcycle.
The Philippine-spec Toyota Rush comes in 5-seat and 7-seat variants, with the 5-seater having a significantly lower price than the range-topper.
The Rush, just like any other Toyotas launched this year, offers a solid safety package down to its cheapest trim.
Ford Philippines capped off November with high sales performance, further strengthening its foothold in automotive industry.
A new hybrid vehicle is set to be offered locally. With unstable fuel prices taking its toll, is it about time that we make the switch?
Volvo XC60 handed the Japan car of the Year throne to its smaller sibling, the XC40.
Take a look at Mazda PH's different car promos and see which deal can check off one category in your Christmas wishlist.
At long last, the fifth-generation model of Hyundai Philippines’ best-selling nameplate made its way into the country.
Hunting for a perfect Christmas gift? Treat yourself and your family with a brand new Ford Everest before this year ends.
Crossovers have become a popular segment in the Philippines. Here are our top picks of crossovers we’ve driven this year.
The 2020 Hyundai Palisade offers class-leading space and technology, coupled with a hybrid powertrain for efficiency.
Chevrolet Philippines brings the seventh-generation Corvette Stingray in the local automotive scene. Now, we’re talking.
With a price like a subcompact sedan, you can have a subcompact crossover with an SUV-like appeal.
The DOTr wants the public to know that it will continue with projects aimed at driver education and road safety.
We got to try out two very distinct tires on the BMW R1200 GS adventure bike over the course of two days.
Here are the hottest cars in the Philippine automotive industry from July to September 2018.
The 2018 ASEAN NCAP Grand Prix Awards has been concluded, and Honda’s best-selling crossover takes home the bacon this year.
The Philippines-spec Suzuki Swift gets another go at the ASEAN NCAP, and it did well this year with four stars to boot.
New variants and upgraded models contributed greatly to drum up more interest in the brand.