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We take a closer look
Geely Philippines recently previewed its entry-level GX3 Pro crossover at the 2023 Manila International Auto Show. If you think this looks a bit like a crossover-ized subcompact hatchback, that's because it evolved from a now-discontinued hatchback model sold
Geely’s Camry contender?
If you take at the local Geely lineup, it's mostly crossovers and it's just one sedan. But over in China, there are several sedans that Geely has on offer. It's not just the Emgrand, either. There's a budget
Safe enough?
The Geely Okavango has been available in the Philippines for quite some time now. Also known as the Haoyue in its home market, it was launched locally in late 2020 for the 2021 model year. It's been a strong seller since,
The new model was just previewed at Auto Shanghai
This year's Auto Shanghai is underway, and Geely has already unveiled the new Panda EV. That cute little thing isn't the only new model the Chinese carmaker has on display at the show, though.Geely has also showcased the new
It’s nothing like the old Panda
Remember the Geely Panda? If you don't, then it's totally understandable. Geely's first attempt to sell cars in the Philippine market was largely forgettable, but the Panda sticks to some folk's memory thanks to its amusing name. Fast
No word yet on when this will land here, though
If you're in the market for a sub-P1 million crossover, you aren't exactly spoiled for choice. However, Geely wants to change all that with its latest model, the GX3 Pro.The Geely GX3 Pro has just made
We swear, that’s really what it’s called
Over the automobile's over century-long history, there have been weird and wacky names over the years. There's stuff like the Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce, Mazda LaPuta, Ford Probe, Nissan Sylphy, and the list goes on. Whether the companies are just
Find out in this episode of ‘The Big Test’
Affordable crossovers from the People's Republic are a dime a dozen in our market these days. These bang-for-your-buck models have just kept coming in left and right over the past few years.Despite that saturation, however, there are
The crossover definitely has a following now
If you're still doubting Geely's presence in the local auto market, perhaps this news will change your mind.The Chinese car manufacturer sold a total of 9,302 units in 2022-good enough to place Geely Philippines 8th in the
We compare Toyota’s next-gen MPV to one of the most popular names in its segment
The all-new Innova has finally been unveiled and we like what we see. Unlike the previous two generations of Toyota's hit MPV, the latest iteration has migrated from the old body-on-frame IMV architecture to the new unibody TNGA-
Okavango with a bed? Not quite.
A few months ago, Geely previewed a new model under its Radar brand. Dubbed the RD6, it's the brand's first foray into the pickup truck class, and it does so rather differently. At the time, there weren'
The Chinese carmaker has acquired 7.6% in shares
Chinese manufacturer Geely has continued to grow and expand its operation year in and year out. The company has now announced that it has acquired 7.6% of British carmaker Aston Martin's shares.Aston Martin now adds to Zhejiang Geely's
Geely has also launched its new electric lifestyle brand, Radar Auto
Over the past week or so we've been treated to a number of teasers featuring Geely's upcoming electric truck. Now, the Chinese carmaker has officially launched Radar Auto, its "first pure electric outdoors lifestyle vehicle brand," and alongside it was
Only a week left until the full reveal
Yesterday, Geely showed off its upcoming electric pickup under its Radar sub-brand driving out in the open, albeit covered in camouflage. Usually, shots like this would be preferred over the standard shadow-draped teaser. Not in this case, though.The Chinese
Much better than the Cybertruck, if you ask us
You know a car looks good when it's eye-catching even when covered in camouflage. Geely has just provided the world with its first look at its upcoming electric pickup under its new Radar sub-brand, and we think its design
The satellites will have various uses, including guidance of self-driving cars
Toward the end of last year, Chinese automotive giant Geely started building satellites for its self-driving cars under its subsidiary Geespace. Now, the carmaker has successfully launched these satellites into outer space.Geespace has officially launched its first nine GeeSAT-1
Patent images show the truck that will be sold under the new Radar sub-brand
Geely's global lineup just continues to grow. Over the past few years, the Chinese carmaker has managed to add a seven-seater in the Okavango, a sedan in the Emgrand, and an electric vehicle in the Zeekr 001. Now, it looks
Ready to serve down south
How many dealerships a car manufacturer has in a country isn't the only barometer for its brand's reach. You need to take into account where these facilities are located, too.Geely Philippines is now ready to cater to car buyers
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