Not a bad price point
It doesn't look like Geely Philippines will be changing its gameplan-undercutting more established rivals by a considerable margin-any time soon. We've learned the pricing of its upcoming seven-seat SUV, the Okavango, ahead of launch and it looks
The Okavango, as it is called, could be the same as the Geely Hao Yue
If you think we need more seven-seater options here in our market, then you're in luck. Sojitz G Auto Philipines Corporation (SGAP) has just announced that a new seven-seat crossover is on its way to our market: the Geely
That’s one safe crossover
In many ways, the Geely Coolray truly impresses. It's got sporty styling, extra features aplenty, and most important, a reasonable price tag. But there's also one thing the vehicle has recently proven that's arguably more valuable than anything else
The battle of two affordable Chinese crossovers
The stigma surrounding Chinese cars is slowly fading. Well, at least that's the case for vehicles like the MG ZS-its sales figures from 2019 can attest to that.It's arguably one of the most compelling value-for-money propositions
It’s set to hit production in 2021
Remember the China car that broke two Nurburgring lap records in 2019? One of its makers, the Geely-owned brand Lynk & Co, has just revealed its newest concept, and we reckon Tesla might be watching.You see, the Zero Concept-which is
Not surprisingly, there are no German cars
How could you say, "No, we're not putting the roof down, my ears are chilly" to that grinning, bug-eye face? All the elements that make a car cute are present here-round headlights, a cheery grille, a weeny footprint, and
Do you live nearby?
Residents of Cagayan de Oro will now find it easier to check out the Geely Coolray and Azkarra crossovers as the Chinese car manufacturer has opened a new dealership in the area.Geely Cagayan de Oro, which is under the management of
The Chinese carmaker just continues to make some noise
It hasn't even been a year yet since Geely was officially relaunched by Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP), but it seems the carmaker is already making a name for itself in the local automotive industry.That's because Geely has made
The brand means business
Yes. It seems the Chinese carmaker doesn't plan on slowing down anytime soon. Hot off the heels of its brand relaunch and the well-received Coolray last year, the company now enters the local compact SUV market with the Azkarra. This
Hint: It’s a stylish new crossover
We can safely assume that Niño Muhlach has a liking for sweet rides. Remember how he had his personal van Manila-proofed a while back? Well, the former child star just got his hands on some new wheels, but it looks
Do you think Geely should bring this to the Philippines?
Geely just continues to expand its lineup, and its newest offering comes in the form of a seven-seat SUV, the Hao Yue.The new Geely Hao Yue, which was revealed in a recent online launch, is the carmaker's biggest model
This is part of the new Geely Medical Community Rewards program
Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP)-the distributor of Geely in the Philippines-is now launching the Geely Medical Community Rewards program for frontliners.Through this new program, frontline healthcare workers and their immediate relatives are entitled to P130,000 worth of savings
A promising new entry
Last year, Geely had one foot inside the Philippine market's door with the launch of the Coolray subcompact crossover. Now, the Chinese car manufacturer may have just solidified its local presence by bringing in the all-new Azkarra.As a compact
The brand’s second offering in our market is a mild-hybrid crossover
Since its formal relaunch in our market in September last year, Geely Philippines has already sold 524 units with the Coolray subcompact crossover as its sole offering. Of that total, 295 units were sold in the period covering January to April 2020.
Kudos to the Chinese carmaker for this initiative
It's always good news for all of us when big names in the automotive industry chip in to help in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.Through local distributor Sojitz G Auto Philippines Corporation, Geely Holding Group and its chairman
Once it launches, the SUV will come equipped with a tool against COVID-19
It seems like Geely's 'healthier cars' could be arriving in the Philippines sooner rather than later.The Chinese carmaker announced in early February that it has invested $53 million or about P2.7 billion in research and development to build cars
The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused the cancellation of a few launch events
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