2018 Subaru Festival is right around the corner

Happening this September 22 to 23
by TopGear.com.ph | Sep 3, 2018


Curious about what it is like to get behind the wheel of a Subaru? Save the date as Motor Image Pilipinas brings back the Subaru Festival. This will be held at 9th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street, Global City, from September 22 to 23.

Not only will the 2.0-liter Levorg wagon be presented there, but visitors will also get to witness the Philippine qualifier of the 2018 Palm Challenge. For fans of older metal, the Grand Roadshow will also be held. Check out some of the nicest Subarus in the country—old and new.

Registration for the 2018 Subaru Palm Challenge: Philippine Face-Off is happening now. This event is all about the contestant who can “withstand physical challenges, unpredictable weather, and mental pressure.” Prizes await the winners, of course, and the final 10 standing will represent the Philippines in the Regional Palm Challenge final stage in Singapore from October 26 to 31. They will then go head to head against other countries such as China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore. The grand winner will not only win a title but also drive home the new Subaru Impreza.

The press release asks: "Will this finally be the year where a Filipino captures that evasive regional crown?" Top Gear PH will keep you posted about that. 


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