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BWORLD TEST: Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo

THIS MUCH is obvious: midsize 7-seat SUVs have become today’s family car. Aside from a seating configuration that allows the entire caboodle to hit the mall in style, they’re tall (read: flood-proof), durable, and most importantly, powered by a thrifty diesel engine.

Pesos and sense: Toyota Vios 1.3 E

IT’S HARD to get excited about driving the Toyota Vios -- it’s the quintessential commuter car, after all. However, there’s also no doubting its contribution to Toyota Motor Philippines’ bottom line. And among all the Vios variants, it’s the 1.3-liter that’s most important. Therefore, it’s time to cast all prejudice aside and find out if the latest Vios is all it’s cracked up to be.

Nissan PHL appoints Atsushi Najima as new President

NISSAN PHILIPPINES held an official turnover ceremony that saw Atsushi Najima being appointed as their new president and managing director. The appointment, which was effective since April 1, sees Najima-san take the reigns from Ramesh Narasimhan who will be moving to Thailand for his next stint.

Ranging from P2-4M:20 SUVs that show you’ve made it (Part 2)

SPORT utility vehicles or SUVs have gone a long way. From vehicles known for their utility and practicality, they’ve become symbols of success. True enough, pickup-based SUVs, like the Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Ford Everest, Nissan Terra, and Chevrolet Trailblazer, have become the top choice of vehicle, displacing midsize executive sedans in the process.

Autohub Group appointed as sole Pagani agent in PHL

ON ITS 20th anniversary, the Autohub Group announces that they have been appointed as the exclusive selling agent of Pagani in the Philippines. The deal was formalized by the arrival of Horacio Pagani, the founder of Pagani Automobili. This comes a year after the Autohub Group announced its plans to bring in the ultra-exclusive Italian hypercar brand.

Ranging from P2-4 million: 20 SUVs that show you’ve made it...

SPORT utility vehicles or SUVs have gone a long way. From vehicles known for their utility and practicality, they’ve become symbols of success. True enough, pickup-based SUVs, like the Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Ford Everest, Nissan Terra, and Chevrolet Trailblazer, have become the top choice of vehicle, displacing midsize executive sedans in the process.