The turbocharged Toyota GR Supra sports car is now available in the Philippine market for a cool Php 5 million.
Honda revealed the new sporty 2020 Civic RS Turbo variant and replaced its Rallye Red color with a deeper Ignite Red shade.
Suzuki is taking on the Toyota Rush and the Honda BR-V with its own seven seater compact SUV – the Suzuki XL6.
Suzuki unveils its much-awaited update on its small 4×4 but is it more of a toy than a proper practical vehicle?
We got to test drive Honda’s 7-seater crossover. The space, the drive, and the price puts makes it a contender in the segment.
LTFRB again drew the ire of many netizens in its decision to push through with the travel ban against ridesharing service Grab and Uber.
Traffic along Marcos Highway was at a standstill Friday morning when a truck collided with an LRT 2 pillar which was under construction.
LTO will be rolling out new color-coded IDs for all traffic enforcers so people can readily tell their scope of responsibilities.
So the government wants to get more internal revenue to fund a so-called “golden age” of infrastructure. But what exactly do we want to get?
So the government is planning to raise the excise taxes on cars by 2018. If it pushes through, a new Vios will now hover around the PhP 1 million mark.
Many drivers lack the basic driver knowledge to even hold licenses but we’re interested how the government would see this through.
Toyota’s crossover goes into production in the West but those expecting it to compete against the Ecosport will likely be disappointed.