The car industry looks to be still going strong in April despite the setbacks of the previous years.
The biennial event has not been held for nearly four years, and fans have no doubt been feeling its absence.
MIAS returns as an in-person event after two years with exciting launches from Peugeot, Subaru, and more.
Geely-owned Lotus will unveil three new all-electric vehicles, all within the next four years.
SMC is imposing a 60 km/h speed limit and setting dedicated lines at certain congested areas.
Now could be the best time to get a refreshed Mitsubishi Xpander as the Japanese automaker is offering you 2-years worth of maintenance for free.
It took the Japanese automaker 34 years to hit this milestone, proving that with time anything is possible.
The ID Buzz has mostly stayed true to its concept form with only a few notable changes.
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It’s back after two years. The Manila International Auto Show resumes its annual schedule this 2022.
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Honda walks away as the most awarded brand in the Southeast Asian Region.
A quick list of new year’s resolutions you can do for yourself and your car.
We’ve seen cars grow, change, and disappear from our markets in the past ten years. Check out these transformations after ten years.
Tesla and Volkswagen are in Ford’s sights as it continues to electrify its vehicles.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is one with Club Xpander Philippines in celebrating its third year anniversary.
We could soon see Nissan launching new and innovative electric vehicles and other alternative energy mobility solutions in the coming years.
After three years, the Mazda CX-30 should hold its value according to J.D. Power’s award.
The government agency has released a statement on the issue clarifying the misinformation in the fake advisory.
Remember to renew 10 years later, though.
It looks like Mazda wants in on the lucrative SUV segment as it plans to release its lineup of these vehicles in the coming two years.