Articles about BYD Philippines

BYD unveils 'multi-layered electrified transportation solutions'
You have to watch to believe
Chinese cars, for the most part, are still regularly looked down upon as being poor in quality. Despite this, there are still a model or two worth checking out. Like the BYD Qin hybrid sedan, for instance.Don't let this Chinese
We drive one to find out
Twenty years ago, BYD was a battery supplier with no automotive ambitions. Today, it sells thousands of e6 units every year in China, while the newer 300hp Qin hybrid is a runaway bestseller, trouncing cheap electric microcars as well as the Tesla
Is China-made F3 up to the task?
A fresh influx of taxicabs--and by this we mean brand-new--is always welcome news. We've all had experiences wherein we ride cabs that smell weird, feel icky, and leave you not wanting to know what the damp matter your
Too good to be true?
In August last year, we reported that BYD Philippines was bringing in the Qin, a plug-in hybrid sedan powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged internal-combustion engine and a 110kW electric motor. At the time, we quoted figures provided by
Slowly but surely branching out
Has the BYD car brand tickled your fancy? You will soon get the chance to check out its vehicle lineup at a dealership near you.According to Solar Transport and Automotive Resources Corporation (Star Corp.) general manager Jose Paolo Soriano, the company
Are you ready for the Qin?
In September last year, we asked the Philippine distributor of Chinese-made BYD cars, Solar Transport and Automotive Resources, if they had plans of bringing in BYD's electric vehicles, since BYD had made its name with its rechargeable batteries."Only when
On same day as Volkswagen\'s big comeback
Nearly three years ago, in November 2010, we reported that Chinese car brand BYD would be entering the Philippine market via a distributor called Sino Motors Corporation, which was supposedly backed by the Yuchengco Group of Companies. We\'re not sure what
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