The new Trax has been around for quite some time now but it's still a rare sight on the road. We tried one out to see if it deserves the snob it gets.
It isn’t an icon for nothing, but wait until it takes its top off.
Like the lore that it came from, it’s one epic voyage with this luxury MPV.
A refreshing facelift inside and out – the Toyota Yaris is a subcompact hatchback that’s worthy to be on your shopping list.
A part of the original muscle car breed, the Malibu continues as an executive sedan that still has power to put a smile on your face.
China’s best selling subcompact sedan has more than a few aces up its sleeves.
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) made a great decision in bringing in the Civic Type R locally.
This pick-up truck combines class-leading power and luxury in one vehicle.
The range-topping Honda City brings a lot to the table considering its price, but the base CVT variant offers value that makes it a perfect first car.
We took the 318d to check for ourselves why the 3-series is the standard in entry-level luxury.
Chevrolet’s entry in the subcompact crossover segment may not be that fun to drive but it gives you this feeling of overall security.
All-wheel drive, high ground clearance, and great driving dynamics - those are the things that the XV can offer, even in its base form.
The Ford Mustang goes topless, and we know you’ll like it.
Two years and counting since its last update, but still a solid choice for a midsize sedan.
The hottest hatch this side of the world was at our mercy for a while. Here's what we think about it.
It’s time to answer this question that has been lingering on our inbox.
SsangYong’s mid-variant offers great value to car-buyers, especially with its after-sales program.
For some people, comfort is the prime criteria in choosing a car. They just want to go to their next meeting in a supple ride that you won’t even mind the traffic, then arrive fresh for the...
What’s the point of reviewing a three-year-old car? Well, if it’s better than most of its rivals, we really don’t mind.
Suzuki doesn’t want to just join the market, they want to ace it. Will the new Vitara be enough to do so?