There were a total of 22,062 vehicles sold last month
The local automotive industry saw a significant dip in sales back in April due to the reintroduction of more stringent quarantine restrictions. Fortunately, as these lockdowns started easing up in May, the industry was able to bounce back a bit.According to
But at the same time, sales last month reflect a 13,315% year-on-year increase
Things may have been a bit rough for several businesses throughout the past month or so with the implementation of higher levels of community quarantine across the country, and it appears the Philippine automotive industry continues its recovery.According to the numbers
On a year-on-year basis
Local car manufacturers continue to struggle to move units under the new normal, but cumulative sales over the first quarter of 2021 have managed to surpass numbers from the same period the year prior.According to the latest Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers
A total of 20,702 vehicles were sold
The local automotive industry is still trying to get back on its feet this year. Unfortunately, after seeing some slight improvements in February, the industry has now posted significantly lower sales figures for March.According to data from the Chamber of Automotive
But the effects of DTI’s safeguard measures are yet to be seen
The local auto industry's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will be anything but easy. So far, however, the numbers indicate that this bounce-back year is off to a promising start.Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) data
Uh oh
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) isn't done tinkering with its imposition of safeguard duties on car imports just yet.The government agency has further narrowed down its list of countries exempted from its provisional safeguard duties on passenger cars
CAMPI remains “cautiously optimistic” moving forward
The local automotive industry ended 2020 strong, posting a 19.1% month-on-month growth in sales back to close out December. However, it's a bit of a mixed bag to kick off 2021.The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the
Car sales took a big hit last year
Did you happen to buy a car last year? If yes, then a good pat on the back is in order, because you helped keep the local auto industry afloat during arguably the harshest downturn it's ever faced.According to data
Did you buy a car this year?
The numbers are in, and so far, things haven't been good as far as local car sales go. But there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel.According to data provided by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of
It’s been a rough couple of months
If you want to get an idea of just how well the local auto industry is doing during the COVID-19 pandemic, you needn't look much further than its most successful player.We've just gotten our best look at Toyota
The new ruling will ease vehicle imports and exports in the region
The Philippine automobile industry is embracing a landmark agreement by members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) that eases testing regulations on automotive products in the region.In a statement released to Esquire Philippines, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers Association
A whole lot
Good news for fans of the 'unkillable' pickup. Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) closed the first half of 2019 topping key market categories including the pickup segment, having sold a total of 10,554 units of its long-running top-seller Toyota Hilux.
How is your car brand doing this year?
The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) numbers for the first half of 2019 are in...and it's a mixed bag.Industry sales are up by 1.46% compared to the same period in 2018, but a few segments
Clue: A lot
It looks like the Toyota Vios is our country's King of Cars so far in 2019-at least according to figures provided by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc.(CAMPI).Can you guess how many Vios units Toyota
Were you a buyer?
The Ertiga, Celerio, and Dzire are Suzuki's best-selling cars in the Philippines for the first quarter of 2019.According to Suzuki Philippines (SPH), its consistent sales growth is good enough for sixth place among Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the
March was a huge month
Nissan Philippines continues its rise up the local automotive industry's totem pole.The Japanese car manufacturer has announced that it has closed the last fiscal year with an impressive 58.5% growth in March 2019. Nissan, now third sales-wise among
Can you guess how many units it sold?
Average motorists know Isuzu for the D-Max, the MU-X, and the recently discontinued Crosswind. These vehicles are commonplace on Philippine roads, so naturally, we're more than familiar with them.For captains of industry and business folk, however, the Japanese
A full-motion driving simulator awaits
Make some noise because we're only one day away from the opening of the 2018 CAMPI Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City. This massive event, hosted by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers
With the theme 'Future Mobility'
Ready for a slew of new cars, cool concepts, and all the newest automotive merch? If so, then you should check out the upcoming Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS). The bi-annual event is back for its seventh edition.This time around,
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