From subcompact sedans to premium crossovers, there’s always an efficient diesel car for everyone.
We looked back at how the TRAIN law affected fuel prices last year and compared it to the 2017 data.
Better to ready your pockets and plan your budget wisely this year.
These hatchbacks offer practicality for just under P700,000.
Caltex’s borescope test gets a 9.8 out of 10 rating for the cleanliness of engine intake valves in the Philippines.
Get an e-raffle entry for every P1,000-worth of single-receipt fuel purchase at any participating Total stations.
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?
Hatchbacks, MPVs, midsize SUVs, and even premium crossovers; there’s a ton of choices for families in the Philippines.
Here’s how to get an accurate fuel consumption reading and convert from kilometers per liter to miles per gallon.
Most of these cars have a good mix of technology, comfort, and safety, with an added bonus of being frugal.
AVID blames the continuous sales downslide to the blowing up inflation rate and fuel price hike.
Ford has already taught almost 3,000 drivers nationwide.
Isuzu was able to squeeze the same power of a 2.5L into a 1.9L for more fuel economy.
You can book a test drive for this competition until December 31, 2018.
The Department of Energy is looking forward to bringing back Euro 2 diesel to provide less expensive fuel for older vehicles, especially PUVs.
Easy tips that you can do right now to save on fuel.
The Association of Vehicle importers and Distributors, Inc. reports decline for the first half of 2018, pointing fingers to TRAIN Law and expensive fuel.
Isuzu Philippines invited media to drive the 2018 D-Max to La Union, and we’re down with it.
Distracted driving is bad enough on your own, what more if you have your whole family with you? Ford increases awareness for safe driving in the 11th Driving Skills for Life Program
The world has started to turn its back to the production of diesel-powered cars. Are Filipinos ready to embrace the shift?