Mazda looks to compete with existing luxury brands by rebranding itself premium.
Nissan is still on board with giving its fan base new sports cars, but it is rather coy with its information.
The PNP is going to run after heavily-tinted cars, like how it did with illegal sirens and blinkers.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc.’s performance from January to February is a good indicator for a fruitful 2019.
Hyundai’s next-generation Sonata will receive a new platform that improves on the old’s driving dynamics, comfort, and safety.
PUV modernization is not just prevalent in the Philippines, but in other countries as well.
Ford Philippines enumerated three key points to bring everyone up to speed with their latest 2.0 Biturbo diesel engine.
FMPI makes it to the top 10 car brands in the Philippines, unexpected for the relatively young brand.
Dealerships are sending in the starting price of the refreshed Honda Brio.
Toyota has filed a patent for a fragrance dispenser that can double as a security system if the need arises.
Jeep Philippines has launched the all-new 2019 Wrangler JL in Unlimited Sport trim.
The Philippine government has recently signed a law requiring motorists to secure their children in the car with child seats.
Nissan announces the N-Warior edition of the Navara, fitted with exclusive accessories across all trims.
Autohub Group ushers in the 2029 Rolls-Royce Cullinan to up the ante in the Philippine luxury SUV segment.
With a single Philippine trim option and competitive pricing, the 2019 BMW X5 is set to dominate its segment.
Toyota supports paralympic athletes under the tagline, Start Your Impossible, by providing vehicles for their use.
MPTC is opening up the first 10 kilometers of the Cavite Laguna Expressway.
Bayad Centers are now accepting payments for parking and obstruction violations.
Uniqlo and Michelin Tires partner up in another cobrand featuring new UT Brand shirts.
Nissan is finally bringing in the LEAF for the Philippines by 2020.