Articles about Philippine Car Market

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
Nissan PH looking to bring in Datsun
Remember Datsun? It will be available in the Philippines next year.That's right: The Japanese marque, which is backed by Nissan, is due to arrive in our market in the next 12 months, according to Nissan Philippines president Toti Zara. In
Expects to make PH a carmaking hub
The President has more good news to announce when he delivers his State of the Nation Address later this month: He has finally signed an Executive Order to implement the Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (or CARS) program, the most tangible result of
That's a lot of wheels
For a modestly sized automotive market like the Philippines--in which in excess of 200,000 sold units a year these days is good news for the entire industry--selling more than a million cars from the same brand is no less
How do we compare with our ASEAN neighbors?
Nearly half of all Filipino households--or 47%, to be exact--are carless, according to the Nielsen Global Survey of Automotive Demand. The study--which was conducted between August 14 and September 6, 2013, and polled more than 30,000 consumers in
With more product choices than any other ASEAN market
Those who complain that we don\'t have enough car choices in the Philippines, listen to this: Mazda Philippines (Berjaya Auto Philippines) CEO Steven Tan believes Filipinos are actually the luckiest car buyers in the ASEAN region for having the widest selection
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