The newest Toyota Avanza is unboxed here on AutoDeal, for the 2019 model year.
Toyota Philippines recently released its first half of the year sales figures and its looking good for the company.
What more can we say? It’s the next best thing to the 30th Anniversary Edition hardtop Miata.
The Honda Brio has four variants to choose from, and here is our say when it comes to choosing between them.
The range-topping MX-5 RF Club Edition delivers in terms of standard features but of course, it has room for improvement.
Limited space with a few oddities here and there – things you won’t mind.
Hyundai Philippines has recently released its sales results for Q2 2019 and it is an uphill battle
The Foton Gratour was initially launched back in 2015 with a 1.2L engine, but Foton decides to beef it up with 1.5L mill.
AVID continuous to venture greater success with significant gain during the first half of 2019.
The Haima M3, set your expectations right and you might come out with a car that will offer decent service.
We took the 2019 Nissan Patrol on a quick drive on mountain roads and dirt. Here’s Caco to tell you about it.
It has what you need, and not much to lust after.
The Haima M3 has a serviceable interior with a few stellar inclusions and some minor drawbacks.
The Honda Brio is here for another episode of Behind the Wheel, and it is surprisingly good for its class, price point, and size.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. posted a price change effective July 15, 2019 and marks up some of its models while giving one a discount.
The Nissan Juke has long had a love it or hate it kind of design, but the model is getting a redesign that will hopefully turn a few heads.
This July 12 to 14 will be the date of the Subaru Ultimate Test Drive and will feature two of its crossovers, the XV and Forester.
A full-blown metamorphosis of Honda’s smallest car in just a facelift.
The Brio ticks the right boxes but with a few things missing.
On this episode of Behind the Wheel, we take the new XE variant of the Toyota Vios for review to find out if it’ll be worth your hard-earned Philippine Pesos.