Filipinos love the Alphard, but why not give the Kia Carnival a shot?
Minivans and SUVs have their differences, and they tend to do almost the same things but differently, let us help.
Kia dubbed it a “Grand Utility Vehicle,” and boy is it grand.
A Carnival has just arrived at the port, and AC Motors is shouting about it.
We’re here to help you decide which Kia vehicle is best for you, whether it’s a sedan, crossover, or minivan.
The Maxus G10 comes with all the right features to make it an ideal family vehicle, here are a couple of reasons why you should put it on your minivan shortlist.
Safety not only with its chassis, but also with the active safety systems bundled in.
We take a look at the 5 things we liked about the 2021 Maxus G50.
Mercedes-Benz teased its new model with supposed Renault underpinnings called the T-Class.
Kia Motors unveiled the complete redesign to its minivan MPV, the Kia Carnival, and it looks really good.
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An image was released by Kia detailing the concept that the new Kia Carnival will follow, and it looks astonishing.
Toyota drops the V6 engine from the lineup entirely in favor of a 2.5-liter engine with a hybrid system for its 7-seater Sienna minivan.
A more luxurious Alphard coming into the country soon
The Japanese minivan now comes with the Honda corporate front look
We review and take a closer look at the car that most of us want to be in, the Toyota Alphard.
Here is our review of one of the newest offerings to the competitive minivan segment
Starting July 15, Maxus Philippines gives the public the opportunity to see the G10 and V80 in the metal.
Ayala Corporation has a new brand under its belt, and one of its cars has been spotted on Philippine roads.
The GM8 is GAC’s entry into the luxury minivan market. It sports a spacious interior that would help you relax and unwind after a long day.
After months of speculation, Lexus officially unveils the LM – its first luxury minivan based on the Alphard.