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?
Take a look at Mazda PH's different car promos and see which deal can check off one category in your Christmas wishlist.
Ayala reintroduces Kia Motors as the sixth brand under its AC Automotive subsidiary.
The Chevrolet Tacloban dealership is projected to widen the reach of the American brand in the Philippine market.
A motorsport grid start for a hotly anticipated car, with an equally impressive team and driver combination.
Hunting for a perfect Christmas gift? Treat yourself and your family with a brand new Ford Everest before this year ends.
The Nissan LEAF looks fitter to the track with its new aggressive exterior design.
Bigger, more readable at a glance album art, and new messaging pop ups keep your eyes on the road more often.
You can own a brand new MG vehicle for as low as Php 78,000. Check out a bunch of unique benefits exclusive for MG owners only.
Crossovers have become a popular segment in the Philippines. Here are our top picks of crossovers we’ve driven this year.
The 2020 Hyundai Palisade offers class-leading space and technology, coupled with a hybrid powertrain for efficiency.
AutoPerformance Victor Hardware Motorsport is hoping that the third time is the charm, as it prepares to compete once again in the eight hour classic.
Featuring new technology, a new platform, and a fresh design, we’re excited for the 2019 Kia Soul to reach the Philippines.
Lexus Philippines ups the game in the subcompact luxury crossover segment with the all-new UX.
The 2020 Range Rover Evoque blends good looks with updated technology and capability befitting to the Land Rover name.
The new A-Class is the first-ever Mercedes-Benz model to feature the completely new
MBUX infotainment system.
The all-new CR-V kept up with the times with its diesel engine and seven seats, while the S CVT boldy defies that trend.
The Philippine-spec Rodius has been secretly given an update by SsangYong to spruce up the capable family vehicle.
Ford is complying to the needs of China, including the market’s hatred towards the addicting smell of a new car.
The need for younger, and more dynamic talent that can be hired or chosen from the current crop is a top priority.