All-wheel drive, high ground clearance, and great driving dynamics - those are the things that the XV can offer, even in its base form.
A 45-year-old 911 is also on display, by the way.
After a year in service, here are the agency’s findings.
Two years and counting since its last update, but still a solid choice for a midsize sedan.
Suzuki’s next-generation model is here to stir the market of small sedans.
It’s time to answer this question that has been lingering on our inbox.
We’re going to get our hands on the cute hatchback after all.
SsangYong’s mid-variant offers great value to car-buyers, especially with its after-sales program.
The all-new body-on-frame SUV aims to shake the segment that is led by the Toyota Fortuner and Mitsubishi Montero Sport.
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.
There’s a very thin line between convenience and annoyance.
The LS 500 isn’t just a vehicle; it’s a work of art, one that Lexus will surely have a hard time topping off on its future sixth-generation model.
The integration also uses SYNC’s voice control features and more.
Let this be your guide before you engage your car’s cruise control feature.
Excuse our French, but this car is worthy to be called "Le Roi de la Jungle."
The steps aren’t that hard. Tricky part is, there are chemicals that may ruin your steering wheel material if you’re not careful.
Make your Rush look more badass.
The top-of-the-line five-cylinder Ford Everest may have a hefty price tag, but you’re sure to get the worth of your every centavo.
The high-riding MPV will rival the Mitsubishi Xpander and Honda BR-V, as well as other subcompact crossovers within its price range.
Volkswagen to electrify entire model range starting with Golf
Just when you thought Metro Manila traffic couldn’t get any worse than it already is.
Two heads are better than one, but with finding the best deal, three is actually the number you’re looking for.
The exception to the rule of base models is here.
It has the face of the Mobilio RS but with hood scoop. Yes. Hood scoop.
The company is going all out in electrifying its lineup.
A “conservative” compact sedan with a tad touch of sportiness.
The result might surprise you.
We really like how the Fiat engineer stayed in character during the testing.
Aside from being safer, it’s also easier and more convenient.
The second best-selling Honda in 2017 proves why it’s popular to Filipino buyers.
An executive sedan with a massive and unique spindle grille.
Available in sedan, hatchback, and wagon.
A luxury family car powered by a V6 — that’s the RX 350 for you.
Patience is indeed a virtue.
And it comes with a manual transmission variant.
Now, where is its hatchback brother?
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The brand’s midsize sedan looks incredibly stunning.
The only BMW M1 in the Philippines will be on display. Period.
The fourth model to sit atop the all-new Subaru Global Platform is here.
Believe it or not, this midsize SUV is value-packed, even with its hefty price tag.
New standardized pricing starts April 2018.
Small high-output engine with frugal fuel economy figures? Check.
Available in the nearest Isuzu showrooms soon.
These are the future of Philippine public transportation.
You can’t really judge a book by its cover, especially if it has VGT under its hood.
The VIZIV concept is a pretty thing to look at, even in its wagon form.
Can this car still offer great value even after almost a year of being in the market?
“I bless the rains down in Africa.”
Ford Philippines sure felt the surge for pickup trucks last month.