Times are changing
Times are indeed changing. A recent study by J.D. Power found that the number of women buying new cars has jumped from just 31% of the overall Philippine car-buying population in 2013, to 45% in 2016. That's a pretty
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Last year, the Philippine automotive industry registered a record sales total of 320,677 units, up 20% from the previous year. And there are no signs of said industry sales abating in 2016. With all these chart-breaking sales figures from most
Followed by Honda and Hyundai
Nissan has topped J.D. Power Asia Pacific's 2014 Philippines Customer Service Index with an overall score of 844 out of a 1,000-point scale, relegating last year's winner, Toyota, to fifth place with a score of 828.According
But new-car sales satisfaction drops industry-wide
Ford Philippines has topped J.D. Power Asia-Pacific\'s 2013 Philippine Sales Satisfaction Index, receiving the highest overall score of 855 against the nine other brands ranked in the study.According to J.D. Power Asia-Pacific, Ford performed particularly well
Topples back-to-back awardee Chevrolet
Toyota has topped J.D. Power Asia Pacific\'s 2013 Philippine Customer Service Index, stealing the crown from the top carmaker the past two years, Chevrolet.\"When evaluating their experience at dealerships, customers are giving more weight to personal interaction,\" said J.
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