Who remembers this workhorse?
Once upon a time, the Isuzu Gemini ruled Philippine roads. It was tough as nails, easy to maintain, and delivered excellent mileage. These once a-dime-a-dozen cars were eventually taken for granted, hence their rarity today. Good luck finding one
Ending a 12-year run
All good things come to an end. Earlier this month, Toyota and Isuzu announced that they were dissolving their capital tie-up, which has been ongoing since 2006.Currently, Toyota owns 50 million shares (equating to a 5.89% stake) in Isuzu,
They can perform, too
Australians are fond of two things: Pickups (or 'utes' as they would say), and roughing it across harsh off-road trails. Isuzu Team D-Max, which calls itself "Australia's longest-running and most famous precision driving team," has just taken two
Yes, it's possible
One of the best love stories I know involves a soldier, a doctor, and a make-believe war in a make-believe country-complete with characters behind the wheel of a self-driving Genesis and a bad-ass Tucson. And that's
Still so many challenges ahead
We sat down and listened to the speech of Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary Mark De Leon during the opening day of the Philippine Auto Parts Expo (PhilAPEX) at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City yesterday, and from what we had
A new contender emerges
We recently joined our friends from Isuzu Philippines for a nice little drive up north for the launch of the new D-Max pickup. Thunderbird Resort in Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union proved to be a great venue and backdrop for
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