Hyundai Philippines looks to be doubling down on the commercial vehicle segment with the introduction of the new Hyundai Grand Starex Cargo.
This is done to keep the movement of cargo and delivery of essential goods unimpeded.
There’s more than just those old-fashioned air fresheners.
What kind of business do you run? Is it a big one or a small one? Either or can benefit from a good Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) like the Kia K2500 in the Philippines. Built to be an effic...
Midsize SUVs in the Philippines are best sellers because of their high ground clearance, frugal diesel engines, and space for seven or a lot of cargo.
These hatchbacks offer practicality for just under P700,000.
Whether you’re looking for a Sedan or a Hatchback, we have you covered with information and tips to look out for to help you choose.
All of these models have compact dimensions but have the most cargo volume in their respective segments.
These are the crossovers with the best cargo space for all your hauliung needs in the Philippines.
It's basically like the Hiace Commuter variant except it transports load instead of passengers.
Hyundai Philippines adds a new variant of the H-100 and it’s called the KapitanKargo.
Isuzu PH aids Excel Trend Group of companies by turning over a QKR truck and D-Max pickups.
A sporty fastback on the outside, a real grand tourer on the inside.
The Ford Mustang is more spacious than it is, and is borderline practical, but your mileage may vary.
The Forester keeps its crown of having one of the most well-appointed cabin.
Good quality cabin materials in a pint-sized package.
The SsangYong Rexton’s party piece is undoubtedly its interior, with style and space to host a party of seven comfortably.
According to article V, section 51 of Republic Act 4136, riding on the outside or the rear end of any vehicle is not allowed.
Interior amenities that’s pretty much the same as before.
Limited space with a few oddities here and there – things you won’t mind.