Driver-oriented and with looks to boot. The Mazda2 is a top pick in its segment.
Toyota Indonesia officially launched its smallest crossover, the Toyota Raize, a Daihatsu-based subcompact crossover.
Everything is coming together as the Volkswagen T-Cross arrives in the Philippines fresh off the boat.
Here’s our top 5 list of sedans available in the Philippines that are easy to drive.
It seems that Geely Philippines is continuing to soar high despite the ongoing pandemic.
The first ASEAN country to get the Toyota Raize will be in Indonesia, prices start at just P668,000.
Certified buyers rate and review their Mitsubishi Mirage. Find out what they have to say.
If you’re in the market for a Vios substitute, then this article can help you find the right alternative to the popular Japanese sedan.
If you are in the market for a subcompact sedan, the Honda City should be at the top of your wish list, and here’s why.
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. officially launches its 2021 City Hatchback, available only in the RS trim level.
The spiritual successor to the Jazz is confirmed, and it’s the Honda City Hatchback.
The Suzuki Dzire has many features, but here are some of the most standout additions.
The T-Cross is coming, and it global acclaim makes it one of the more anticipated models for 2021.
Dressed up and ready to race? Not exactly, but it looks really good.
With a launch price of just P1,020,000, the Vios GR-S is the sportiest variant in the Vios lineup for the Philippines.
From subcompact sedans, to midsize cruisers.
With over 1,200 units sold, the sales figures reveal that the entry-level automatic has outsold the middle and top trim-level variants.
Even the entry-level model comes feature-packed and already has a lot to offer.
This is the best Honda City to date in the Philippines, and here is why it deserves that title.
There are reports coming in of a new subcompact crossover for the Philippine market.