Tiny but handy
The JAC S1-or Refine S2 Mini, if you prefer-is the smallest crossover in the world. Aside from the odd kei car or two, that is. Which made me worry about this lend-out, because the missus isn't overly fond
It offers a lot for the price
Right off the bat, the JAC S2 has two things going against it: Its badge and its price. Many Filipino buyers have a distrust for China-made cars, while its sub-P800,000 price tag implies that there must be some sort
Some post-TRAIN bargains
Last year, we put together a few lists of cars you can buy for X amount of pesos per month. But as you all know, thanks to the Tax Reform Package for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the market landscape in 2018
Is this China car any good?
With the re-branding of JAC, there's a lot of new metal on the showroom floor to explore, and a lot to take in. Here, we're starting with their second smallest crossover, the S2. While not the most technically impressive
New Chinese brand launches in JAC’s shadow
When we broke the story of JAC's new model lineup and dealerships last week, that wasn't quite the whole story. Relaunching JAC's consumer line under a separate distribution model from JAC's current trucking business was only one part
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