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It’ll still pack a 2.8-liter turbodiesel but with added electric power
A memorable encounter in Thailand
Because I've just had a divine driving experience. This is it, the new truck pickup lovers are waiting for. The vehicle that will be bought, raised, modified, wrapped, and maybe even used on a farm sometimes. The all-new Ford Ranger
Fancy a sportier aesthetic for your truck?
The latest version of the Isuzu D-Max is easily the most energetic the model has ever looked. With sharper styling cues thrown in the match the rugged no-nonsense aesthetic the pickup is known for, it's easy to see why.
Oh, well
Less than two weeks ago, MG Philippines introduced the HS compact crossover to the Philippine market. Technically, the model is new because it's the first time it's been offered to buyers around these parts. But on a regional scale? It
EVs are the next big thing in the country
In the Philippines, there's still a pretty big question mark surrounding the viability of electric vehicles. You don't need to look any further than local car brands' reluctance to bring them in for proof. Over in Thailand? It's a
Who here is holding out for a local release?
Well, we finally have some idea what the local market will get when Ford Philippines finally brings in the all-new Everest.The next-generation midsize SUV has just made its debut at the 2022 Bangkok International Motor Show, and the carmaker
Its recent arrival in Thailand suggests a local launch is right around the corner
It looks like we're getting closer and closer to a local Ford Ranger launch. The next-generation pickup has just been launched at the 2022 Bangkok International Motor Show, which indicates it might be headed to the Philippines next.The all-
It appears Thailand will be the first market to get the EV
Frankly, it's hard to believe that Toyota currently has no pure-electric mass-market offerings to its name right now. You just sort of assume that the Japanese manufacturer, one of the largest on the planet, has stuck its hand into
There go our hopes of ever seeing the five-door in our market
The chances may be slim, but we know many of you are still wishing Honda Cars Philippines would eventually bring back the Civic Hatchback to its stable, especially with the recent arrival of the next-generation Civic. Well, now's not the
The funding will modernize the brand’s operations in the region
Ford is really going big on its production across the globe. After announcing its $1.05 billion (P48.3 billion) investment to bolster manufacturing at its plant in South Africa, the carmaker is now doing the same for its facilities in Thailand.
The carmaker marks the comeback with a special-edition Strada and Montero Sport
Been waiting for the revival of Ralliart? Many of us are. Well, Mitsubishi has now marked the official comeback of its motorsports division with the launch of two new models: the Strada Ralliart and Montero Sport Ralliart.What kind of special twist
Mind you, it’s no ordinary face swap
Thought the Ford Mustang Mach-E's looks were divisive? Check this out: A Mustang-faced Ranger.Dubbed the 'Widebody Mustang,' this pony-truck thing was built by Thailand-based Ford specialist Wat Ford. Now, it's not exactly a direct face
There’s a hybrid available, and Toyota says it can do up to 23.8km/L
Toyota has a new model that's been launched in Thailand. And guess what? It's not just another accessorized GR-S truck or SUV-it's the facelifted Camry.For this refresh, the midsize sedan gets very subtle design tweaks that
This is a close one
The all-new Isuzu D-Max is already one of the toughest trucks in the market in terms of appearance. So, what do you do to build on that aesthetic then? Well, not much.Hey, don't fix what isn't broken,
That market is something else
Thailand's car scene is easily one of the most eccentric on the planet. Where else will you find the likes of the Toyota Hilux being sold as a low-riding pickup or an Isuzu D-Max driving around with five turbochargers
Aesthetically, at least
With all the aftermarket add-ons and packages available to truck owners these days, you really need to do a lot if you really want to stand out. If you're having trouble finding inspiration for how to take your Toyota Hilux
Thinking outside the box
It's been more than one and a half years since COVID-19 wrapped its grimy hands around Southeast Asia. Since then, countless industries have stalled because of lockdowns, with the transportation sector being among those hit the hardest.With no customers
The latest refresh was just announced in Thailand
It's only been a little over a year since Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) brought in the refreshed Vios, but the subcompact sedan is already getting yet another facelift in Thailand.Known as the Yaris Ativ in that market, the updated model
They can fit up to 10 patients
The Philippines isn't the only country in Southeast Asia currently battling the surge of COVID-19. Over in Thailand, the number of cases has been trending upwards over the past several months, too.To help the Thai government combat the virus,
Keep them coming?
Man, Toyota Thailand just can't seem to keep its hands off the Hilux. Remember late in August when the market was treated to a low-riding version of the midsize pickup? Well, the brand has followed this up with yet another
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