Articles about Hyundai Asia Resources Inc

Well, are they?
There's a growing trend within the Philippine automotive industry that you might have noticed: Major brands injecting new life into their local lineups using more affordable Chinese-made cars.Volkswagen Philippines spearheaded the movement when it replaced its entire Philippine stable
In this class, the interior matters a lot
Beyond just looking at the Hyundai Palisade at this year's Manila International Auto Show, we wanted to see what the interior is like. Given its P3,240,000 price tag, we figured it must be pretty damn luxurious inside.Well, our
A look at the future
For its display at this year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), Hyundai Philippines has elected to show us what (hopefully) lies ahead in our motoring future. Among its key showcases for 2019 are full electric versions of the Ioniq hatchback and
Set to compete against the likes of the Ford Explorer
Hyundai Philippines is making perhaps some of the biggest launches at the 2019 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). The Korean carmaker has just unveiled the Palisade for the Philippine market.Given its price of P3,240,000, the seven-seater SUV will
That’s one sexy sedan right there
We're a little torn here, to be honest. We love the 2019 Hyundai Sonata's sporty new vibe and ultra-sleek new design cues, but part of us is still clinging onto the last one's (or the current one here)
Will this princess rain on the Vios’s parade?
Since its launch last month, the Hyundai Reina has generated a tremendous amount of buzz. Such was the response to the P598,000 launch price that dealers snapped up 600 units of stock in just two days, while service fleets are already
A rival to the Soluto, perhaps?
It looks like a new Korean rivalry is heating up.Less than 24 hours after Kia Philippines' launch of the Soluto, Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) reveals its subcompact sedan: the Reina.The Reina's arrival is a relative surprise, as the
A new mass-market offering
It looks like Hyundai isn't done bringing new sedans to Philippine shores just yet.Just months after it brought in the all-new Accent, Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI)-the Korean car manufacturer's official local distributor-is teasing an all-
Planning to buy Korean?
Planning to drive in 2019 behind the wheel of a brand-new ride? If your answer yes, you might want to consider buying Korean, because Hyundai Philippines is making it very tempting to choose one of its vehicles this month.Hyundai Asia
A subcompact-crossover shootout
The crossover craze seems to be going strong well into 2019. In this fight, we have two relative newcomers to the market: The facelifted Ford EcoSport, which is the refreshed version of the American brand's Philippine bestseller, and the Hyundai Kona,
Is this as secure as Hyundai makes it out to be?
Tired of car keys taking up precious real estate inside your pockets? Well, soon you won't need to have them on your person to get inside and start your vehicle, because Hyundai has just announced that it will begin rolling out
Did you catch this?
On November 26, 2018, a group of student-leaders from St. Scholastica's College Manila was invited to the launch of the MFPA Center for Leadership Excellence, named after Hyundai Asia Resources president and CEO Maria Fe Perez-Agudo.During the forum,
Is this your next subcompact sedan?
It took its time getting here, but the all-new Hyundai Accent has finally arrived. The Korean carmaker's hit subcompact sedan comes in six variants, boasting up-to-date looks and two powertrain options.We first reported images of the latest
In case you haven’t heard their music
If you watched Hyundai's worldwide livestream of the grand unveil of its new flagship, the Palisade SUV, at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, then you probably noticed the influx of comments about #BTS and #Army. And you probably thought, #AmIWatchingAConcert
The everyman’s turbo hatch
The Philippines is not a hatchback country. There are some hatches now that are popular, sure. The Honda Jazz, Toyota Wigo, and the Mitsubishi Mirage come to mind. But given a choice, most Pinoys would choose a sedan over a hatch any
A positive spike for the Korean brand
The local distributor of South Korean carmaker Hyundai has experienced a spike in sales over the past month. With new cars like the Kona and in-demand utility vehicles like the H-100, the brand is showing some good numbers and doesn'
Surprise!
Hyundai Asia Resources-Hyundai's official local distributor-has announced that the new Tucson is now in the Philippines.The latest iteration of the Korean carmaker's crossover features an intricate new grille up front that lends the car's face a
We wouldn't mind seeing this on the road
Remember last week when several reports emerged that the government's PUV Modernization Program might be delayed? Well, if the Department of Transportation's (DOTr) recent actions are anything to go by, those reports might not ring true.A few
Top Gear PH's observations through the years
This is what the Top Gear PH has said about the venerable Hyundai Accent through the years. Here's a quick breakdown of our observations from our reviews. Compared to Hyundai's own 1,400cc Accent sedan, which is also available
Is the carmaker now in the clear?
The House Committee on Ways and Means has just announced the termination of its probe on Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) stemming from the company's alleged violation of the Motor Vehicle Development Program (MVDP).The Korean carmaker's official
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