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One mean Korean machine
The all-new Hyundai Elantra has just been revealed in Hollywood, and boy, do we like its look-it's equal parts classy and angry. Frankly, it has the aesthetic to take on the likes of any compact sedan in the market.
The B-segment has come a long way
At last. Hyundai has finally revealed the all-new i20 in production form, and we're very happy to report that it looks identical to the promising renders that the Korean car manufacturer has released leading up to this.The hatchback's
This looks promising
If you've been digging Hyundai's energetic new look lately, you'll be glad to know the Korean carmaker doesn't seem like it plans to ditch its newfound passion for edgy designs anytime soon. The brand has just revealed a
Well, hello there
Subcompact crossovers can be tough, too. It just takes a little extra ingenuity and, of course, a helping hand outside the OEM industry.The Kia Seltos is the latest car to prove that a little aftermarket know-how goes a long way
Could this be a preview of the brand’s future look?
Concept vehicles that look one or two tweaks away from being put into production are always worth appreciating. The more plausible these cars look, the closer the public pay attention-and the Hyundai Vision T definitely falls under this category.Unveiled at
The 2020 Tivoli has been launched, too
Remember when SsangYong cars left something to be desired? Nope, neither do we.The Korean car manufacturer has mostly impressed since it made its return to the Philippine market, and is beefing up its lineup with the all-new Korando and the
Are you familiar with this technology?
The next big thing in vehicle cabin comfort and NVH reduction has been developed by Hyundai, and it comes courtesy of technology found in those fancy headphones you carry around with you everywhere.If you're familiar with the Sony WH-1000XM3
It’s finally here
It's been anything but a wild ride for the Kia Seltos on the way to the Philippines. The Korean car manufacturer announced as early as July 2019 that the vehicle would be coming to our market, and the prices were made
Looking for a new crossover?
Kia Philippines has finally revealed the pricing for the upcoming Seltos subcompact crossover. If you're interested in the vehicle, it enters the market at just under P1.1 million. Check out its official prices and variants below:Keep in mind that
Ready to do battle in the competitive subcompact crossover segment
Kia Philippines could be the comeback story of 2019. A Korean brand with a lineup that could easily match-and even surpass-that of its Hyundai sibling/rival, it never found the audience that could appreciate its modern design language and enjoyable
The final car will be revealed next month
It looks like the next iteration of the Hyundai i10 is going angry-at least, if the South Korean car manufacturer follows through on what it has revealed in the vehicle's initial sketches.Okay, okay. It's kind of a stretch,
A promising entry to the subcompact-crossover segment
All major car brands need balance between models that evoke desire, and models that customers actually buy. Shouldn't they be the same? Well, one would think so, but that's not the case. For every Toyota Supra or 86 that bystanders
What’s it like after a P500,000 price drop?
This is the top-spec, seven-seat Kia Grand Carnival...except it's different from the top-spec, seven-seat Kia Grand Carnival you might've known before. Gone is its glorious V6 engine and joyous 276 horses-a victim of the
Just when you thought the crossover market couldn’t get any more crowded
Ah, crossovers. People keep buying them, so manufacturers will carry on making them. This is the latest of the bunch-the Kia XCeed.Kia says that it's an 'urban crossover utility vehicle' that sits between the standard five-door Ceed hatch
In the US market, at least
The results of J.D. Power's 2019 Initial Quality study are in, and it looks like Korean car manufacturers are on the rise-at least in the United States.According to the study, the three highest-ranking car brands in the
Looks like a winner
After a series of teaser sketches and spy photos, here it is: Meet the Kia Seltos. This is the Korean carmaker's first true global small SUV offering; it will also be the first Kia model in the Indian market. If the
Perfect for our smog-filled streets
Some of us are very particular about the air we breathe inside a vehicle. One whiff of poisonous plastic, carbon monoxide, the wrong car perfume, or even foul body odor can instantly ruin an otherwise pleasant ride. The worst part? We look
Limited to just 800 units
Not that this concerns us, since all the Stinger units heading to our market are rear-wheel drive (RWD), but Kia has unveiled a variant of its new sports sedan that mixes all-wheel drive (AWD) stability with RWD drift-ability.It'
“We imagined a car for everyone and nearly everything”
No chance you'll bump your head or bang a knee getting into this thing.This is the Kia HabaNiro. The Korean car manufacturer created this all-wheel-drive, fully-electric (with over 480km of range) concept vehicle at its California design
Will the compact-sedan segment experience a comeback?
Remember the Kia Forte? It was the Korean car manufacturer's compact offering a few years back, before the nameplate faded into obscurity and was eventually discontinued in the Philippines.It was a shame seeing the Forte go. We even went so
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