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Would a plug-in hybrid version of the Strada work well for the Philippine market?
The fourth-generation Carens features a new platform, crossover-like styling, and a modern interior.
Fuel efficiency is the name of the game, especially with fluctuating gas and oil prices as MG Philippines tests out its model lineup of vehicles.
Remember, no inappropriate messages on your plate should you ever decide to get one.
Here’s a guide on how to survive and thrive in the hellish traffic of Metro Manila.
A sigh of relief for those feeling pressure at the pumps as fuel and oil prices are expected to continue to fall in the coming weeks and months.
The Xpander Cross follows the Xpander with similar exterior updates and even a new active yaw control feature.
The crossover segment in the Philippines is filled with options and the MG HS wants to make a name for itself and set itself apart from the rest of its rivals.
Geely reports its highest monthly sales to date, with over a thousand units sold in July 2022.
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The MMDA will issue tickets to number coding violators three days after its scheduled start, August 15, 2022.
Now could be the time to buy a new Ford Ranger or Everest as the Blue Oval brand has made sure both their entire model ranges can be reserved online.
Despite its age in the segment, the Kia Forte is still a great sedan to go with as it comes with many features that tick the right boxes.
It may be called the Yaris Ativ in Thailand, but once it comes to the Philippine market, it will retain the Vios nameplate.
If you’re on a budget and in need of a reliable workhorse for pretty much anything, the Suzuki Ertiga is the perfect choice.
Kia is beginning to rapidly expand in the country with plans to further expand its dealership network nationwide.
The MMDA announced that the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) will be reimplemented by August 15, 2022.
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Looks like Toyota Philippines is gearing up to launch the all-new GR86 soon as it releases more information about the upcoming sports car.