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We got first dibs on the Hyundai Reina for an in-depth review. Is it fit to be the new Queen of subcompact cars?
Do the tech and safety features of the 2019 Veloster match its price?
Here’s a closer look at the 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo’s interior amenities and cargo space.
With its price tag, we didn’t expect so much from the Reina, but it delivered.
After reviewing the Ford Ranger Wildtrak 2.0 Single-Turbo last year, I took the mid-variant XLT out for a drive to spot the big differences.
Here’s what a mid-variant Ford Ranger like the XLT AT can offer to people who are planning to buy a pickup from the blue oval brand.
One of the most rewarding drives in its segment, the Toyota 86 MT is pure driving enjoyment.
Let’s see if the mid-range variant of the 2019 Ford Ranger can handle what we can throw at it.
Excuse the bad pun, but is the Dzire really a desirable entry-level sedan?
The Reina is among the most inexpensive subcompact sedans today. Does this mean that its interior quality goes with the price?
Does the Suzuki Dzire carry enough features to meet its sticker price?
The Toyota 86 gets good marks for safety and technology, making a good all-arounder.
The Ertiga makes for 30% of Suzuki Philippines’ 2018 sales numbers, and it’s easy to see why.
The Dzire has a desirable interior amenity, considering its competitive price tag.
The Toyota 86 provides comfort and performance in a package that’s attractive, indeed.
The Ertiga is exemplary with its techie offerings considering its price tag.
Will the Soluto hold its own against the segment veterans?
Saying no to review the Alfa Romeo Giulia would be the most foolish thing to do.
The 2019 Kia Soluto does a lot to give you the best infotainment possible in this segment.
The Kia Soluto stacks up nicely against segment rivals.