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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
Japanese car industry shakeup continues
Several weeks back, Suzuki admitted that it had reported inaccurate fuel-efficiency data to the Japan Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. A total of 16 Japanese domestic market models were involved in said issue.This latest controversy comes in the
Due to fuel economy fiasco
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has been making headlines quite a lot lately. Unfortunately, it isn't the kind of news the Japanese carmaker (or any company for that matter) would want to make. First was the scandal involving the fictitious fuel-economy numbers
A look at how the synergy will work
Last week, the automotive industry was rocked by news that Nissan Motor Company would buy a third of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, which is essentially a controlling stake. Mitsubishi has been plagued by admissions of rigging fuel economy tests of models for the
Company has yet to name successor
Nissan Philippines president Antonio "Toti" Zara, the man who led the recent revamp of the Japanese carmaker's entire product line in the country, has been reassigned by the Nissan Group of Asia to the larger Indonesian market.Effective April 1, 2016,
To oversee German brand's sports cars
After 11 years at the helm of Lamborghini--bringing us wonderful cars like the Gallardo Superleggera, the Reventon, the Sesto Elemento, the Aventador and the Huracan--company CEO Stephan Winkelmann has officially stepped down and transferred to Quattro GmbH, Audi's high-
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