Articles about Minivan

The only way to go is hybrid
Even though it wasn't a massive volume seller, the Honda Odyssey was one of the few minivans sold here that we like. Sure, it wasn't as large as the Toyota Alphard, but its relatively compact size made it more maneuverable,
The Korean brand is looking to end the year strong
Car launch alert, everyone: We've got not one but two new Hyundai models arriving in the local market next month. At least that's how things are looking based on a teaser/invite sent by Hyundai Motor Philippines for a launch
The gift of safe mobility
There is an ongoing debate whether children should be considered 'piggy banks', or investments for parents when they grow old and need money. We're not going to weigh in on that debate. But we do know it is nice to give
The specs are amazing
There are events and there are conversations. Sometimes interesting information is gleamed from conversations in events. And this is what happened recently. There is a possibility that the Hyundai Custo will arrive in our market. Also called the Custin in the Taiwanese
This minivan is ballin’
If you're in the market for a luxury minivan, the Kia Carnival is one model worth considering. It's got a well-appointed interior, plush seating, loaded with tech, and most importantly, has a comfortable ride. For most of us here
It could be revealed in a few months
The Alphard has been a surprise sales hit for Toyota ever since it was introduced here over a decade ago. If anything, the Alphard has practically become the de facto luxury van in the country. It still sells well to this day,
More practicality and speed still to come from Volkswagen's new electric van
We love the Volkswagen ID Buzz, but we always knew there was more to come. Now we know what. More versatility and more power.This summer, a longer version will arrive. It should be a whole lot more versatile and useful than
One can dream, right?
It could be said that the Nissan Kicks e-Power is one of the most significant models to come out here this year. Not only does it serve as Nissan's baby crossover in the local lineup, it's been making a
Should it make a comeback here?
The Nissan Serena may be a van that many don't remember, but it's still a popular nameplate in Japan and our neighboring countries. And with more people looking at seven-seaters these days, we're wondering if
Should the Alphard watch out?
Geely's upmarket Chinese brand Zeekr has announced its second model after the 001 shooting brake-coupe-SUV thing, and this latest one is even more striking.Internet, meet the 009-an all-electric luxury minivan that's based on the same
These have been popping up for sale once in a while lately
The Philippines is no stranger to unusual cars being sold locally. Whether it's a grey import luxury car or surplus models from Japan, it's what makes car spotting in the country that bit more interesting. Recently, we'
The thing sounds glorious
Suzuki's quirky little machines make for good canvases for wild-looking custom builds. Remember Holy Shift's 'Gymni' from a while back? We're talking about something like that.This latest one that's making the rounds on cyberspace, though, could
This isn’t just for soccer moms
You know what? You can think minivans are uncool. We're perfectly okay with that-we'll just take our seven seats, spacious interior, and feature-filled cabin someplace else. And no, you can't hitch a ride with us.Frankly, with
Who said vans can't be cool?
When it comes to vans, nobody really buys one because it's the cool thing to do. For the most part, people buy them for practical purposes, and not much else. But just because vans are built for purpose, it doesn&#
Toyota celebrates the occasion by launching a limited-edition Sienna in the US
The Hiace-that's the only mass-market people-hauler Toyota has in its local lineup. While we understand the van's sheer popularity here in our market, we still wish we had more options. Having more minivans, for example, would be
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
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