The Toyota we really want to see here
The MX5-driving wife and I attended a wedding in Spain this month, and our itinerary included us jumping through three Spanish cities: Madrid, Barcelona, and San Sebastian. We took a train from Madrid to Barcelona, which cost us about P18,000
What's next to go?
First, they came for the manual transmissions. Now, it looks like carmakers are beginning to opt to equip their offerings with electronic handbrakes over traditional ones, too. Sad thing is, it looks like the numbers are there to prove it.This is
Why Pinoy riders cannot resist the beauty of Istria
Nope, Moto Sapiens has not transformed into a lifestyle influencer.What happened is I got an invitation to ride abroad, and I agreed without knowing any details because #borntoride. Before I knew it I found myself riding motorbikes in Istria, a scenic,
The journey of atonement continues
We reported that Volkswagen of America, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Air Research Board were on the brink of reaching an agreement, which calls for the German carmaker to compensate aggrieved customers in the diesel-emissions scandal it was
Major losses seen in UK car industry
Last week, the world was rocked by news of the United Kingdom's historic decision to leave the European Union. Also known as Brexit (or British Exit), the referendum by British voters sent shock waves across the globe, particularly in financial markets.
Every driver in Manila should read this
I was in Europe visiting my family when I had the urge to get behind the wheel, to just drive and see this continent. So I packed seven days worth of clothing, loaded up a Mercedes-Benz C220 CDI Coupe, and set
Which paint job do you prefer?
The all-new, sixth-generation Ford Mustang is the nameplate's first truly global model. Not only is it being sold worldwide for the first time, it is also available as either left- or right-hand-drive, which is another first.With
Too bad we won't get this
Honda has launched the Civic Type R for the European market, fitting it with an all-new 2.0-liter direct-injected turbocharged VTEC engine that puts out 306hp and 400Nm--"the most extreme and high-performing engine in the 22-year
Do they just throw these away?
Back in the '90s, Toyota Motor Company changed the world by introducing a little car that could run on petrol, an electric motor, or both. The Prius, first introduced in Japan in 1997 and worldwide in 2000, was the first mass-produced
Up from 85% in 2006
Effective January 1, 2015, the European Union requires that 85% of every scrapped vehicle must be recycled or reused while an additional 10% can be used "for energy recovery from the combustion of non-recyclable residues" for a total of 95%.The
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