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Mazda has certainly been making great strides in the motoring world ever since it implemented its signature SkyActiv technology. With every release, Mazda has shown that it can push the envelope of design, performance, fuel economy, and ride experience. As the first fully-SKYACTIV model, the Mazda CX-5 is the Japanese …

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Few pickups strike the right balance between size, utility, and drivability as the Chevrolet Colorado. For its heft, this Chevy truck has been consistently quick and nimble, which is arguably the truck’s most defining character. Even more impressive is the fact that the truck’s latest version, the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado, …

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The Filipino’s natural inclination towards family makes us gravitate toward people carriers, as their spacious cabins can easily fit all of our core as well as extended family members. And that’s why the Philippines is a country where vehicles with large seating capacities thrive–vehicles such as the 2018 Honda Odyssey. …

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The Mercedes-Benz V-Class, a people carrier that comfortably seats up to eight people, is the German automaker’s attempt at giving large families a taste of its renowned elegance and luxury. With its premium styling and sophisticated tech inside out, the V-Class is just as exciting as any car in the …

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Subcompact sedans are one of the sought-after cars in the Philippine market. The reason for this can be attributed to its reasonable price point, fuel-efficient engine, and compact body dimensions. Not to mention subcompact sedans can accommodate up to five average sized Filipino adults and its trunk offers a decent …

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2018 Mercedes Benz GLE

The Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class is the car that launched the luxury CUV segment back in 1997. Certainly, the 2018 version has a prestigious heritage to live up to, and to ensure it does, the engineers at Daimler AG made sure that it’s bigger, fancier, safer, and far more upmarket than the …

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It’s been dubbed the cheapest Volkswagen to date. And with the German car brand’s reputation for being expensive, it’s only fair to ask: should we fear the 2018 Volkswagen Santana because of its price? CARMUDI PHILIPPINES takes a look at whether VW’s most affordable offering deserve your hard-earned moolah. First, …

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Aston Martin DB11

Cranking up its looks and performance to 11, the Aston Martin DB11 continues to raise the bar when it comes to packing all the style and power possible into one car. With the V12 version released February last year, a V8 convertible coupe unveiled in October a few months later, …

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Cars with high water wading depth are an ideal weapon of choice if you live in a country where sudden downpour leads to flash floods (hello, Philippines). Speaking of which, pickup trucks are one of the vehicles that can drive through floods due to its water wading depth. It is …

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2018 Mini One

The MINI hatchback is one of the world’s most popular small cars. It has already achieved iconic status, and the prestige that precedes it is reason enough to choose this stylish urban rider. Now on its third generation under BMW, this entry-level MINI just keeps getting better and better. Enter the …

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The Nissan Juke is one of–if not, the–most eccentric cars on the market today. It’s unique, that’s for sure. Many even hated the look when it initially came out, but they soon changed their minds with time. That’s the thing about the Juke–it grows on you.  Fortunately, peculiarity isn’t the …

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The Hyundai Santa Fe has become one of the strongest sellers for Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) in the country. January 2018 sales saw the model’s sales numbers jump by 279 percent compared to the year before, and the unit continues to sell well as the year goes by. Check …

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Seven-seater vehicles are like a blockbuster movie hit in the Philippine market. With its competitive pricing, functionality, and versatility, Filipinos easily fell in love with it. This love affair isn’t a surprise because Pinoys like to travel in groups and have close family ties. The demand for seven-seater cars pushed …

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