Articles about Philippine Car Industry

Reputation is much easier to tear down than build up
In this fluctuating economic climate, one of our recurring dreams is that of opening our own car dealership. We can picture ourselves now: Our own boss, walking amid a sea of automobiles, the virtual sound of cash registers pinging in our ears.
When price tags went up
Scroll through this list, and you'll begin to notice a pattern. You see, due to the implentation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, vehicle prices across the board went up. Normally, this list would be all about
It was quite a year
To call this past year-with the long-dreaded implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law-a challenging one would be a major understatement.The pre-TRAIN holiday car buying rush had finally come to a halt, and
Enough with the stigma
The Philippine automotive world is filled with age-old stereotypes that refuse to die, from lady drivers to the supposed challenge of driving up to Baguio (even a Hyundai Eon can do it these days). One of the worst offenders that still
How does your favorite brand rank?
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
Wants to keep customers for life
Ford Philippines is on a roll, for sure. In 2015, the American carmaker officially leapfrogged Hyundai for third place in our market in terms of sales, moving a total of 25,372 units--this after having been fifth overall just behind Honda
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