Lexus introduces the new 2020 RX luxury crossover with a couple of minor tweaks.
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.
Interior amenities that’s pretty much the same as before.
The new B-Class is here and it looks better than ever, even paired with MBUX.
Limited space with a few oddities here and there – things you won’t mind.
The Haima M3 has a serviceable interior with a few stellar inclusions and some minor drawbacks.
From curvy to angular, the changes in the new Brio’s interior are skin deep.
The CX-9 happens to be one of the classiest midsize crossovers on the market today, with the versatility to boot.
In terms of its cabin, what makes this pint-sized hatchback stand out in its class?
Shiny black plastics seem to be everywhere in car interiors nowadays, while it gives the interior some luster, it tends to get scratches too easily, hence our dislike.
Rebranding as premium? Mazda’s near that promise with the Mazda6.
Careful material selection, elegant design, and the ability to haul five people with the flexibility befitting of any SUV.
A thorough facelift has helped the Avanza stay at the top of the Filipino’s small MPV options.
Volkswagen’s midsize competitor gets a well-appointed interior with a few quirks.
A couple of decades better than its predecessor in terms of interior execution.
A closer look at the 2019 Mazda CX-5’s interior amenities and cargo space.