They're for your own protection
Republic Act No. 10642 or the Philippine Lemon Law is an Act Strengthening Consumer Protection in the Purchase of Brand New Motor Vehicles which aims to promote full protection to the rights of consumers in the sale of motor vehicles against business
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
There's no stopping this truck
You guys just can't get enough of the Ford Ranger, can you?The American car manufacturer's local pickup truck offering continues to sell well, kicking off 2019 with impressive numbers. In the first quarter of this year, Ford
Congratulations
A total of 55 consecutive years. This is how long Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) has been operating in the Philippines.That span alone is quite a feat in itself already and is enough to make MMPC the country's longest-running carmaker.
Stay informed
Has a sales attendant or dealership recently tried to convince you to buy a brand-new car by saying there's a looming tax hike? Yeah, don't buy it. This isn't 2017 all over again.To keep car buyers informed
You guys really love this truck
Nissan Philippines had one hell of a year in 2018. Last year, the Japanese carmaker sold a total of 34,952 vehicles-a 40% growth from the year prior and enough to give the brand an 8.7% market share. All this
SUVs rule
Rolls-Royce is 115 years old, and has never been hotter than it is right now. Okay, those aren't Rolls-Royce's exact words, but that's the gist of the news from its Goodwood headquarters today. The sales results for
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
A positive spike for the Korean brand
The local distributor of South Korean carmaker Hyundai has experienced a spike in sales over the past month. With new cars like the Kona and in-demand utility vehicles like the H-100, the brand is showing some good numbers and doesn'
Are you eyeing any of them?
So far, 2018 has been a hell of a year for the local auto scene. Car after car, launch after launch--it just seems like there's no end to the number of new arrivals. And it isn't just limited to
Is this legal?
Hi sir, I recently purchased a car. The car is to be released tomorrow, but there is one problem: They initially gave me an P80,000 discount but called me yesterday that the discount wasn't approved and that they can only
Revisions have been made
It looks like the Philippine Senate is on board with the administration's plan to raise excise taxes on automobiles. Reports are saying that the majority of Senators are already behind Senate Bill 1592--its version of the comprehensive tax reform package.
According to CAMPI and TMA
With the increase in vehicle excise tax looming over everyone's heads, customers are rushing to dealerships nationwide to get in while the going is good. The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) have
Winter is coming
If you've been thinking about buying a brand-new car, now might be a good time to sign on the dotted line. The House Committee on Ways and Means has just approved the tax reform package proposed by the Department of
Probably fueled by excise tax fears
If local carmakers are apprehensive about the possible excise tax increase, they must get a little comfort in the fact that they're raking it in now.According to the combined reports of the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID) and
"It really doesn't make sense"
Nothing is final yet, but we want to share what folks think about the proposed tax increase. Do people agree? Are motorists against it? Does the law make sense at all? Here are a few responses to our query:Angie King, local
Who’s afraid of auto taxes?
The new Automotive Excise Taxes don't exist in a vacuum. The big picture paints a vastly different story from the screaming headlines.While there is a general sense of mild-to-moderate panic in the air regarding the new automotive taxes,
Always value others' time
Because you're reading this website, we're assuming that you're as much of a fan of cars and driving as we are. Cars are aspirational, and finally having the power to buy and own one is a major milestone. So
Toyota slides down to second place
Toyota's dominance in global vehicle sales has come to an end. According to a report by BBC, Volkswagen has finally surpassed the Japanese auto giant, selling 10.31 million cars compared to the latter's 10.175 million.The feat is
You will encounter the gamut of human nature
In the old days, selling your car involved posting a classified ad in the newspaper. With the dawn of the Internet, however, the process was streamlined by sites like OLX. Here, sellers could very easily upload photos of their ride, and buyers
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