Suzuki Philippines has updated its pricing for its line of 7-seater MPVs in the Philippines with a P15,000 to P30,000 increase across the board.
Here’s a list to help you narrow your search for an MPV in the Philippines.
We compare two popular and affordable MPVs in the Philippines to see which one you should consider putting on your vehicle shortlist.
Here are some of the most fuel-efficient MPVs in the Philippines that we’ve tested so far.
Probably one of the most affordable manual MPVs in the Philippines today, Caco goes Behind the Wheel of the 2019 BAIC M50S Ultra Luxury for this review. That tail-end of its monicker might s...
The Suzuki Ertiga is an underrated choice when it comes to small MPVs, but it has a lot going for it, so here are five things that we like about it.
The Toyota Rush, while not the most impressive, it does make a case for itself with several features and safety standards that it has.
The newest Toyota Avanza is unboxed here on AutoDeal, for the 2019 model year.
Suzuki introduces the Ertiga Sport and has a wrap-around kit adorning it.
The Ertiga makes for 30% of Suzuki Philippines’ 2018 sales numbers, and it’s easy to see why.
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The Ertiga is exemplary with its techie offerings considering its price tag.
If the 2019 Ertiga is too “white” for you, now you have an option.
You’re not missing out on the best things that make the Toyota Rush a small MPV powerhouse.
Filipinos are addicted to seven-seaters. In fact, four of the best-selling cars in the Philippines in 2018 have seven seats.
We praised the Ertiga for its driveability and roominess, making it a solid choice for a small MPV.
The Autocentral Group is bringing the 2019 Ertiga to its patrons in the Queen City of the South.
Let’s compare the old and 2019 Suzuki Ertiga to find out how much has changed.
New face, new engine, new cabin – the all-new Suzuki Ertiga gets a major revamp for this year.
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.