AFTER A RUN spanning almost seven decades, the Chrysler is retiring its 300 nameplate with the release of the 2023 300C.
THE ONSET of the COVID-19 pandemic was not a sucker punch to humanity; with pervasive media coverage, we actually saw it coming almost in real time. That we couldn’t really stop it and curtail the rapid spread was probably the bigger news.
LEXUS PHILIPPINES is growing the number of its ES sedan offerings by one, as it introduces the hybrid electric ES 300h Luxury variant. Priced at P4.218 million, the trim takes its place in the middle of range between the ES 300h Executive (P3.838 million) and the ES 350 Premier (P4.828 million).
SOJITZ G AUTO Philippines Corp. (SGAP), official distributor of Geely in the Philippines, announced that it was given the Outstanding Distributor Award at the recently concluded Geely Automotive Annual International Conference. The online gathering was attended by top executives from Geely Automotive International Corp. and representatives from 35 overseas distributors.
WHAT BETTER way to underscore the return of auto industry to health than with a most literal show of force?
LOCAL VEHICLE sales are seen to hit pre-pandemic levels by next year as the industry continues to recover, according to the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI).
TOGETHER WITH a tally of August vehicle sales, the latest joint report of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) also revealed the commencement of membership of two brands: Geely and Hyundai.
AUDI PHILIPPINES announced the arrival of the 2023 Audi A8 L which, the distributor said, “exudes more authority” and showcases the brand’s “revolutionary” Audi Space Frame (ASF) technology.
HINO MOTORS PHILIPPINES (HMP) recently rolled out its latest 300 Series lineup. Comprised of the new 414i, 414i Long, 414i 6W, 814i and 814i Extra Long, the trucks are said to be loaded with features to address a wide range of business needs. The new Hino 300 Series trucks are positioned as “perfect logistics partners” for any entrepreneur.
IT’S A sun-drenched yet chilly morning in Santa Barbara, California — perfect for a long drive.
NISSAN PHILIPPINES, Inc. (NPI) is entering the multipurpose vehicle (MPV) segment in the country with the launch of the all-new Nissan Livina. The three-row, seven-seater MPV, manufactured in Indonesia, is available in four variants — priced from P1.029 million.
MITSUBISHI MOTORS Philippines Corp. (MMPC) recently turned over two Mitsubishi L300 units it donated to the local government of Santa Rosa, Laguna.