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Tivoli spelled backwards reads ‘I Lov It,’ and this has been the catchphrase of SsangYong‘s flagship SUV since its release. Like its fellow Korean car makes Kia and Hyundai, SsangYong started out as a manufacturer of really cheap and unreliable cars, but has vastly improved the quality of its offerings …

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The MX-5, an open-top, two-seater roadster, is one of Mazda‘s iconic and could probably land in the most popular vehicle list in the world. The MX-5, or the Miata, has generated a huge following mainly because of its unique styling, driving performance, and having a relatively more reasonable price tag …

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The Subaru XV is pretty much a ‘love it or hate it’ affair. That said, devotees of the compact crossover will find plenty to gush about in the new 2018 version, way more than the distinct Sunshine Orange paint job that practically has its own fan club. Whether as an …

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Mazda BT-50

No, it’s not a Korean pop group sensation. The dual-cab Mazda BT-50 is actually a compact/midsized pickup truck that has been here for 12 years now. Yes, you heard us right–it has been here more than a decade already. It seems the dominant pickup players in the country have been …

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You’re not really traveling if you’re not traveling in style, and it is with this notion that Foton released the Toano Llimousine van, which immediately become one of its most buzz-worthy offerings in the passenger vehicle line. Designed by the same team behind the Mercedez-Benz Sprinter, the 2018 Foton Toano …

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The box-type design is back in fashion in a big way, starting with the renewed interest in Hummers, the noteworthy buzz surrounding the release of the latest Jimny, and of course, the Mahindra Enforcer. Launched in the country back in 2016, the Enforcer is an older version of the Indian-built …

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There’s a common belief that light commercial vehicles are more into function over form. And that’s true for the 2018 Nissan Urvan. The newest version of this popular vehicle remains close to its utilitarian roots despite the design changes. So while it may not wow you and your guests with …

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As industry-wide preference continues to shift from sedans to SUVs, sport-utes like the Chevrolet Trailblazer continue to grow in popularity. With its refined toughness and go-anywhere capability, the Trailblazer certainly has a lot going for it. From its sophisticated exterior and soft-touch interior materials, to its tall, athletic stance and …

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There’s no arguing that the Ford EcoSport is one of the most popular crossovers in the country today. As one of the Blue Oval’s top three sellers locally (the Everest and the Ranger are the other two), the EcoSport has managed to strike it big in the hearts and wallets …

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Most Filipinos, especially those living in Metro Manila, choose to buy a brand-new or used car because the daily city commute is stressful. It is stressful because Manila’s urban jungle doesn’t have an efficient public transport system. With that in mind, there are several cars available in the Philippine market …

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A plethora of features it may not have; and neither does its strength lie in its safety amenities. But what it lacks for modern conveniences, it more than makes up for performance and efficiency, because at the end of the day, the Hyundai Accent hatchback doesn’t just walk the talk—it …

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The Mitsubishi Montero Sport has enjoyed a long reputation of toughness and great off-road skills on any terrain. This is true–particularly if you choose the 4WD variant. Couple it with good on-road manners and more comfortable and luxurious interiors, and it reveals a softer side that adds a gentler aspect …

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Mitsubishi has finally put the obsolete Adventure to rest and replaced it with the sleeker, more stylish and more premium Mitsubishi Xpander. Unfortunately for the popular Japanese car manufacturer, it’s a bit late into the game, as Toyota, Honda, and Suzuki have beaten it to punch with the Rush, Mobilio, …

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The Honda Jazz (or Honda Fit) is a fun car to drive. What’s more, it manages to balance function, safety, and performance like an expert juggler balancing on a 16-inch alloy wheel platform. And like a good bottle of wine that only grows better with time, it’s something you get …

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Some say that the Toyota Rush is the sibling of the popular Fortuner–a baby Fortuner perhaps. Others say it’s almost like a slightly bigger Avanza (considering they share the same platform), or a rebadged Daihatsu Terios/Taruna. And then, there are those that claim it’s a toned-down version of the RAV …

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