Articles about Light Commercial Vehicles

Anyone in need of a workhorse?
You may be forgiven for forgetting about Tata. The brand has been quietly chugging away in the background, selling steadily, but never in the same numbers as some of its contemporary Chinese or Japanese competitors. But in the post-pandemic boom, the
The Cargo and the FX join the model lineup
Just two weeks after the initial launch of the 2023 Toyota Lite Ace in the country, the model lineup gets expanded with two new variants that are now available for preorder: the FX Utility Van and the Cargo Aluminum Van.These two
We compare it to one of its direct competitors, the Suzuki Carry Truck
The Toyota Lite Ace has returned to the Philippine market, but for now, the lineup is limited to the more utilitarian pickup and panel van variants. Here, we'll be pitting the Lite Ace Pickup against the Suzuki Carry Truck-its closest
Toyota’s new light commercial vehicle has finally landed
This is finally it. After some waiting, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has now launched the all-new Lite Ace.This light commercial vehicle is a returning nameplate in our market. But once known as a tiny and budget-friendly barkada-slash-family
We compare the two using the details we know about the Lite Ace so far
Okay, so Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has finally confirmed the Lite Ace's arrival. We reckon other carmakers with light commercial vehicles in their lineups must be on their toes for this launch.Suzuki Philippines (SPH) is one brand that should be
It’s strategically located
The exclusive manufacturer and distributor of Hino trucks, buses, and parts in the Philippines has opened the doors of its Laguna dealership to cater to South Luzon's growing commercial-vehicle market.Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) recently held a signing ceremony for
In the market for trucks?
Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) announced the opening of all 21 of its dealerships nationwide in June, and recently, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country has also announced the renovation of its Balintawak dealership and the transfer of
It will serve as a satellite of Isuzu Butuan
We may have reverted back to modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila as news outlets report about the country's economic downturn, but it looks like automotive brands are still aggressively expanding their dealership reach across the country.Isuzu Philippines, for
Price starts at P3.775M
Over the last few weeks, we've witnessed car brands launch their latest products using the digital platform because of the pandemic. And it looks like the trucking industry is not far behind.Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the distributor of Hino trucks
All 21 of them
Carmakers and other businesses have been opening their doors to customers as majority of the country transitions to general community quarantine or modified general community quarantine.Hino Motors Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, has also
In need of a commercial workhorse?
Good news for those of you planning to buy a new commercial workhorse or hauler: Suzuki Philippines has announced that the all-new Carry is arriving in our market toward the end of this month.We have already received an invitation for
'We can expect it'
It's hard to forget a rumor you wish were true. Nearly three years ago, the speculation that Nissan is building a Navara-based SUV erupted, and since then we haven't shelved this bit of intel and have been sniffing around
Solidifying its hold on the market
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is experiencing an upswing as the Japanese carmaker saw its February sales go up by 19 percent compared to January, giving it a modest 1.5-percent growth so far in 2012.Mitsubishi Philippines sold 2,751 units last
Chinese manufacturer Jiangling Motors Co. (JMC) has launched a series of pickup and light trucks produced in partnership with Filipino assembler Dreamco Automobile Co. Four variants of the JMC N301 Hunter pickup and the three variants of the JMC Compadre trucks rolled
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