Is efficiency something you look for in an SUV?
Remember when the idea of driving an SUV was associated with poor fuel economy? It's been a while, hasn't it? Especially with all the smaller models coming out in the segment lately.One such vehicle is the Changan CS35 Plus
The offer is only available until September 30
Changan Motor Philippines (CMPI) is rolling out flexible payment plans on the Alsvin, the affordable subcompact sedan in its revamped lineup. If you're in the market for a new starter car, you might want to check this out.Available only until
Take your pick
So, it's been half a year of 'new normal' motoring now. Bad news? The COVID-19 pandemic doesn't seem like it'll be winding down any time soon. The good? Well, it's improved enough to at least be able
Another stylish crossover from China
Here we have another contender to the very popular and constantly growing subcompact crossover market. The CS35 Plus is Changan's answer to the varied offerings being peddled by the Koreans and other Chinese brands. But straight off, let's address the
Available with the carmaker’s sedan and SUVs
Carmakers have started collecting additional deposits to cope with the Department of Trade and Industry's new safeguard duties. Changan Motor Philippines, Inc. (CMPI), however, is doing sort of the opposite.For the month of April, CMPI is not only offering tariff-
In case you’ve considered checking the brand out
Planning to buy into the resurgence of Chinese car brands in the Philippines? Then Changan might be worth checking out. The company has a handful of new models available locally, including the Alsvin, CS35 Plus, and CS75 Plus, and they cost less
A new compact SUV enters the market
Well, not really. Changan has already been in our market before, but this time it's under yet another new distributor. The brand, then distributed under the name Chana, was available back in 2008 and was handled by Focus Ventures. In 2012,
The carmaker also has some introductory discounts
Changan made a splash recently as it re-entered the market under its new distributor, Changan Motor Philippines. With its return to the country, it brought along a rather interesting five-vehicle lineup, and we're here to take a look at
Read more about the all-new lineup here
Chinese carmaker Changan is back in the Philippines, and it's re-entering the market with no less than five new models. This time around, the brand will be distributed by Changan Motor Philippines, Inc. (CMPI), managed by the same leaders who
The brand’s logo and its lineup will be retained
Big news from Berjaya Auto Asia (BAAI): Changan will now be rebranded to Kaicene, just a year after the carmaker's launch in the Philippine market.You may recall that Changan was officially introduced when BAAI inaugurated the new SsangYong dealership in
This marks the official arrival of the Korean and Chinese brands in the metro
SsangYong Berjaya Motors Philippines (SBMP) and Berjaya Auto Asia, Inc. (BAAI) opened an all-new SsangYong-Changan dealership in Sta. Rosa at the midpoint of 2019. Now, the brands continue to expand their reach as it opens another new dealership in Metro
It arrives in the local market alongside the Changan Star Truck
Last night's festivities hosted by SsangYong Philippines were not just to celebrate the opening its latest dealership and the arrival of its newest vehicles, but also to welcome the official entry of Changan Automobile and its latest products to the local
SsangYong has been rejuvenated
Three years ago SsangYong re-entered the Philippine market with the introduction of the Tivoli, the Korando, and the Rodius. Earlier tonight, the Korean manufacturer officially opened its new Sta. Rosa dealership and introduced its lineup for 2019.The first model we
10 decent-looking cars from China
Say what you want about China and its cars, but you can't deny the fact that this Asian country is now truly established as the biggest automotive market in the world in terms of unit sales. Granted, many of the vehicles
The Chinese car brand formerly known here as Chana
Tan Chong International Limited (TCIL), the same Singaporean corporation that owns Motor Image, which distributes Subaru in the Philippines and other Asian countries outside Japan, is taking over the distributorship rights to Chinese carmaker Changan in our market. Changan used to be
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