With its upgraded interior amenities and commendable cargo area, the Honda HR-V remains to be a livable subcompact crossover.
In the agency’s Roadmap 2021-2025, the safety of other road users such as motorcyclists have been given a priority.
Aside from supercars, here are the cars we’re really excited to get our hands on soon.
Lexus’ flagship sedan scored a stellar 4.7 out of 5 points, the highest in our in-depth reviews. Here’s why.
Following what the Yaris has started, a complete safety package awaits those who will buy the Vios – no matter what the variant is.
Let’s see what the dressed-up Vios 1.3 Prime variant could bring to the table.
Let’s deep dive and see what the Vios can offer underneath its outrageous exterior makeover.
The agency will be astringent in capturing the violators, including those who park their cars in front of their houses.
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The demand and government support are substantial in bringing in hybrid products in the country.
The Blue Oval brand spreads the smile to the less fortunate kids of Bulacan.
It’s going to be an exciting year for Kia as three new models are underway for the South Korean marque.
It was a challenging drive, but not impossible inside the BAIC BJ20, M50S, and M60.
The Diamond brand is finally joining the partnership between Nissan, Renault, and Daimler.
The Philippine-spec Toyota Rush comes in 5-seat and 7-seat variants, with the 5-seater having a significantly lower price than the range-topper.
The Rush, just like any other Toyotas launched this year, offers a solid safety package down to its cheapest trim.
The 5-seater variant of the Rush is actually a wiser choice if you don’t need seven seats. Here’s why.
BAIC Philippines’ entry to the small MPV market offers its own take on comfort and style. Meet the M50S Ultra Luxury.
The Japanese marque’s newest SUV is looking good in terms of sales and popularity. Add its safety ratings to that, as well.
At long last, the fifth-generation model of Hyundai Philippines’ best-selling nameplate made its way into the country.
The second wave of Volkswagen Philippines’ lineup revamp is here, and the Lamando midsize sedan takes the lead.
BAIC Philippines lent us its most-compelling nameplate to see if it has what it takes to tickle the hearts of Filipinos.
Mazda’s compact car takes center stage in Los Angeles, with the Skyactiv-X technology breathing life to the ‘3’.
Mitsubishi Japan jumpstarts the D:5 Delica nameplate, and it’s crossing the boundaries of SUVs, MPVs, and vans with two variants to boot.
The range-topping 2019 EcoSport may have a smaller engine, but it’s not something to be belittled. Here’s our full review.
The Philippine-spec Rodius has been secretly given an update by SsangYong to spruce up the capable family vehicle.
Ford is complying to the needs of China, including the market’s hatred towards the addicting smell of a new car.
We took the Suzuki Jimny for a (really) quick spin to see if it retains its charm as a cute and boxy mini off-roader.
The 2018 ASEAN NCAP Grand Prix Awards has been concluded, and Honda’s best-selling crossover takes home the bacon this year.
With millions of units sold worldwide, the Suzuki Swift is definitely an attractive compact runabout, more so, in its all-new trim.
The Philippines-spec Suzuki Swift gets another go at the ASEAN NCAP, and it did well this year with four stars to boot.
The Honda Jazz is a great car in its RS guise, but does it still bear its charm without the additional aesthetic flairs?
Is Ford Philippines’ best-seller even better than before?
Learning the ropes of driving isn’t really hard when you’re in the right car.
Plain-looking? Yes. Ordinary? Hell no.
Before the 2019 Jimny comes in, let's take a look at its current trim to see if it's still a solid choice for car buyers.
Details are still vague at this point, but we’re already excited.
Expect to feast your eyes on these cars next week.
It’s the biggest in the brand’s SUV lineup, with equally huge tech features to boot.
The crossover MPV-SUV is making its way to the Philippine shores.
Bow down to the new King.
The Chinese-made British brand has a promising set of vehicle lineup.
When mid-variants are just as awesome as the range-topper.
Plus, a chance to get discounts and a free Scheduled Service Plan.
The North American model gets minor updates for 2019.
Both are within the same price range but are in many ways different from each other.
Choose to drive this German subcompact sedan through DRAC.
Interesting news from the Japanese carmaker.
It’s the seven-seater that most of you have been waiting for.
Are you ready to experience the first-ever Ranger Raptor?
Taking baby steps toward electrification in the Philippines.