CHIEFLY TO HELP its vehicle owners fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and reduce the risk of contagion, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is making available an upgraded PM2.5+ cabin air filter. Priced at P950 (plus VAT), the product will be offered with a 19% discount until Oct. 20.
MITSUBISHI MOTORS Philippines Corp. (MMPC) said it is “getting an early start on the holiday rush” with its “Year-Ender Specials” promo. Until the end of October, MMPC serves up all-in low down payment deals on the Mirage, Strada, Xpander Cross, Montero Sport, and L300.
IT’S BUT APROPOS for MG Philippines to provide more choices for the model that catapulted it into the imagination and consideration set of many on the hunt for an affordable, value-for-money vehicle.
WOULD YOU believe me if I said that, despite the uncertainties due to this ongoing pandemic, the demand for automobiles has continued to rise in this country? Well, it has.
LAST OCT. 5, CTEK held its annual “Charge Your Car Day,” the brand’s annual initiative to celebrate the humble battery that is the heart of a vehicle, and the importance of keeping it at optimal condition. In conjunction with this global activity, CTEK Philippines held its first-ever virtual media event. The event was hosted by Sam YG, one of the mainstay influencers in Philippine motoring, and was graced by Robert Briggs, CTEK director of sales and marketing for Asia-Pacific (APAC).
MERCEDES-BENZ is out to reclaim its throne in the ultra-luxury segment through its flagship line. Since its introduction in 1972, “S” has epitomized luxury, and continuously sought to raise the bar over seven head-turning generations. The S-Class first appeared in the Philippines in 2005.
IT’S A GIFT when a mass-market car maker rolls out a special high-performance car that’s based on one of its humbler models. This is precisely the reason why super sedans like the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, and Honda Civic Type R have such strong global appeal.
AUTOHUB GROUP, which counts more than 20 automotive brands under its fold, added Mitsubishi to its diverse portfolio with the simultaneous launch of Mitsubishi Global City and Mitsubishi Valenzuela.
IN MY YEARS of covering this annual conference of our local electric vehicle industry rock stars, I’ve truly never seen a shortage of enthusiasm and, dare I say it, chutzpah to try to reach further than our arms can realistically manage.
HINO MOTORS Philippines (HMP), the exclusive manufacturer and distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, partnered with Standard Insurance for the Hino Insure product.