Articles about Euro 4

This workhorse now packs a new Euro-4 compliant CRDi engine
It's been a while since we first laid our eyes on the new Mitsubishi L300. Now, after several months of waiting, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) has officially launched its revived icon in the local market."The L300 is one of our
An icon returns
The Mitsubishi L300 is one of those things that keeps soldiering on decade after decade. It was introduced during the first Aquino presidency in the '80s, and it kept on chugging through five more Philippine presidents. Many thought its long service to
The latest manufacturer to do so
Last week, Foton Motor Philippines launched its entire lineup of Euro 4-compliant vehicles. Under the proprietary brand Blue Energy, the company now offers cleaner, more powerful, and more fuel-efficient engines adhering to stricter emission standards set by the government.The
Another manufacturer cleans up its act
Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), one of the country's leading truck and bus manufacturers for more than 40 years, is starting the year with the environment in mind.The company launched its latest truck and bus lineup powered by Euro 4-compliant
Are they worth the price bump?
The updated prices of the now Euro 4-compliant Isuzu D-Max and MU-X are finally out.In case you missed it, the popular Isuzu pickup truck and midsize SUV are now equipped with cleaner and more efficient 3.0-liter
Our lungs appreciate it
The MU-X and D-Max aren't the only Isuzus to recently receive an upgrade, as a good portion of the Japanese carmaker's commercial vehicles have also made the leap toward cleaner emissions.Isuzu's N-Series light-duty trucks,
Here's a circular from the LTO that clarifies things
As it turns out, the shelf life of Euro 2-compliant vehicles has been extended by a little bit thanks in part to this development. This is a follow up to the our recent Euro 4 story.According to the memorandum circular
Euro 2 extension expires this December
Don't panic, people. If you own an older vehicle, even one that is only at the Euro 2 emission standard, you can still register it at the Land Transportation Office (LTO) next year.After we wrote about Isuzu Crosswind's swan
This is the cleanest fuel you can buy in the country
Petron has always showed consistency in being the 'first' in the advancement of its gasoline products for the past two decades. In 2000, it introduced its Blaze 100 gasoline with RON 97 rating. At that time, it was the highest available octane
We hope our fuels can keep up
Whether we choose to believe it or not, Metro Manila pollution is getting worse with every passing day. The smog is getting thicker, just as the air is getting worse--and with the continued increase in car sales the country is currently
Here are the oil company's latest offerings
Petron Corporation gathered the media to launch its new marketing campaign dubbed "Best Day at Petron," which highlights the company's products, services, rewards and privileges. What exactly are its latest offerings?* Euro 4 fuels. Petron was the first oil company to
6 months ahead of gov't target date
Conscious about what kind of fuel you put into your car? This news might interest you.Yesterday, Petron Corporation formally announced that all gasoline products produced at its Bataan oil refinery are now Euro 4-compliant. Which means if you bring your
When might this happen in PH?
Effective November 1, 2014, the electronic stability program is mandatory for all newly registered passenger cars and light commercial vehicles of up to 3.5 tons in the European Union. For all other vehicles, the regulation will take effect a year later.
For as low as P199 with P3,000 fuel purchase
Unioil is now giving away--for a limited time--four radio-controlled toy cars based on popular European models.For every P3,000 single or accumulated purchase of the same Unioil Euro IV fuel product, a customer can buy one of four
Now, sporty and green can coexist
We just got a call from Petron and learned that the oil company has introduced the very first Euro 4-standard premium-plus gasoline in the country.\"Petron Corporation marks another milestone in fuels technology with the launch of the first Euro
Singles out jeepneys as top violators
Isuzu Philippines Corporation isn't fazed by the country's transition to Euro IV emissions standard by 2016 as the Japanese carmaker believes its products can weather the change."We're not worried about the change to Euro IV because we know
Euro 4-standard diesel at Euro 2 price
Last April, Unioil announced that it will soon make its entire fuel products comply with Euro 4 regulation. Well, that time has come as the independent petroleum company has officially launched its Euro Diesel IV brand of fuel, making it available at
Beating the Big 3 in completely meeting the standard
Euro 4-grade petroleum products will soon be coming to the Philippine market courtesy of Unioil, one of the country's largest independent oil players.Although Unioil is currently selling Euro 4-grade diesel in the market, the petroleum company will soon
Not too long, apparently
Since January 2008, all new motor vehicles introduced in the Philippines have been required to meet the Euro 2 emission limits. This means that the carbon monoxide emission level should be no more than 2.2 grams per kilometer for gasoline-powered
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