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Toyota celebrates the occasion by launching a limited-edition Sienna in the US
Can minivans truly be sporty, though?
Minivans have come a long way since their humble days as pure family haulers. They're getting more and more luxurious now, and some are even shifting their designs to look more like SUVs.Sporty, though? That might still be a stretch.
A sad day for minivan lovers
Local buyers who consider the minivan a staple in the family garage will now have one less option to choose from.Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) has announced that it has discontinued the Odyssey in the Philippine market due to the closure of
Tara, road trip?
The freedom we enjoyed before a certain virus ravaged the globe feels so long ago now that we can view it with rose-tinted nostalgia. Two years ago, the world felt like a desert with endless oases just a drive or plane
In the market for a minivan?
If you're talking family vehicles, usually the first couple of models to come to mind-at least in the Philippine market-are midsize SUVs or large vans like the Toyota Hiace. That's fine, considering those are two of the most
Looking for a minivan?
Those of you searching for a brand-new ride that can fit the whole family might want to hold off for a bit longer, as Kia Philippines has finally revealed the local launch date of the all-new Carnival.The South Korean
For when you can’t splurge on an Alphard
As far as rides with seven or more seats go, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has one of the most extensive lineups in the local market. It would still be neat, though, if the company could fill the niche between an MPV like
Are you digging the burly new appearance?
As far as minivans go, the Kia Carnival has long been one of the most well-rounded packages in the segment. Its practical configuration and stylish appearance made it a sensible choice, and the South Korean car manufacturer built further upon this
We’ll take this over a crossover
Honda has unveiled the all-new sixth-generation Step WGN in Japan, and the campaign for it to be exported across the globe starts right here. Yeah, it'll probably never happen, but the least we can do is give it a
Do you dig the premium minivan’s stylish new look?
GAC Motor is updating its roster with a new premium offering: the GN8 Master's Edition.This is basically the GN8-the budget-friendly GN6's older and more luxurious sibling-only it's wearing a burly new bodykit. There's an
Because goodness, look at the interior
Lamborghini has the Urus. Aston Martin has the DBX. Ferrari reportedly has an SUV in the works. How will Porsche truly stand out in the super-SUV battle, then? Will newer and even better Macans or Cayennes do the trick?If it
The carmaker has released teaser images
The Honda Odyssey, Kia Carnival, and Toyota Alphard-it seems like every memorable minvan in the Philippine market has been around for ages already. Hyundai, though, could make things a bit more interesting if it decides to bring in the Custo.The
It comes with foot massagers!
When someone brings up 'luxury' minivans around these parts, only a few names really immediately come to mind. Obviously, there's the Toyota Alphard and, more recently, its higher-end cousin from Lexus, the LM. Now, the Kia Carnival is bringing itself
Vans aren’t just about space, you know
When you mention vans here in the Philippines, only a couple of nameplates really come to mind. Models like the Toyota Hiace, Nissan Urvan, and Hyundai Starex are nice and all, but the general consensus around these parts is that vans should
We wish this was available here
The Nissan Elgrand's Nismo version is nice, but it's not exactly something we see ourselves enjoying here in the Philippine setting. This, on the other hand? We definitely wouldn't mind stealing glances behind this thing's wheel on EDSA
Kia shows us how it’s done
It was a no-brainer to include the all-new Kia Carnival on our list of cars we want to see launched here in the Philippines this year. It's the heavily upgraded, fourth-generation model of a popular people-hauler-who
Want
Minivans are about three things: space, comfort, and practicality. Now, we've yet to see the next-generation Kia Carnival in the metal, but it's a vehicle that seems to tick all the right boxes. Kia, though, still saw it fit
There’s some new tech to come along with this facelift
We've been seeing facelift after facelift surface in other markets, and we'd be lying if we said we weren't even the slightest bit jealous. The latest model to get a makeover is the Honda Odyssey, and it's yet
Want to get away from it all, too?
Do you guys remember what the outside world looks like? We sure do. We miss seeing the beach and the trees. But instead of weekend jaunts to the seaside or even a quick drive to Tagaytay, the past few months have turned
It gets both gasoline and diesel engines along with a myriad of added features
Kia has officially revealed the all-new Carnival, which means we can finally take a full, detailed look at this next-generation minivan.As we've seen from the Korean carmaker's recent preview, the Carnival's exterior has undergone a major
This looks comfy AF
As far as interiors go, the all-new Kia Carnival's cabin might be one of the most nap-worthy around. The Korean carmaker has shared the first images of the next-generation minivan's captain's chairs, and, frankly, we can'
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