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Crossovers have become a popular segment in the Philippines. Here are our top picks of crossovers we’ve driven this year.
The need for younger, and more dynamic talent that can be hired or chosen from the current crop is a top priority.
New variants and upgraded models contributed greatly to drum up more interest in the brand.
Any of these five vehicles represent the very best in automatic transmissions for the Philippine market.
We are halfway done with the world’s number one motorcycle show and these are our top picks in this year’s lineup.
This may be toy cars but the idea of salt powering an EV is revolutionary. Shell, indeed, is off to something big.
Although the 2019 model is available, the older MX-5 still proves to be amazingly good fun.
Ford is giving us the top three things we’re looking for in a vehicle.
Comfort, safety, and performance. These are our picks for the budget conscious.
Steel wouldn’t let aluminum take its position as the top player in the automotive industry.
See which manufacturers made it to the top 100.
Close to 800 hp and with a 325 km/h top speed. The fastest muscle car in existence so far.
Peugeot introduces new plug-in hybrid engines for the 3008 and 508 nameplates to be available in 2019.
The Navara and Terra are Nissan’s top players in the game.
Ford Philippines is celebrating a positive 2018 with strong performances from its three best-selling nameplates.
Ferrari has welcomed yet another horse in its stable, badged as the 488 Pista Spider.
If you're still on the fence on the CR-V, here's a closer look at the top variant.
The Navara didn’t fail to deliver in our journey from north to south.
There’s big growth in the SUV segment and, surprisingly, very little in the compact cars.