A subcompact success story
When the first Nissan Juke rolled off the production floor back in 2010, few could have predicted the level of success that would follow.The subcompact crossover won over car buyers across the globe thanks to its sporty styling and relative affordability-
Some post-TRAIN bargains
Last year, we put together a few lists of cars you can buy for X amount of pesos per month. But as you all know, thanks to the Tax Reform Package for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the market landscape in 2018
As divisive as a car can get
Divisive. That pretty much sums up people's reactions to the Nissan Juke. The crossover first hit our shores in 2015, years after it first broke cover in Japan. Right away, observers were divided into two main camps: those who praised its
Take a look
Excise tax be damned. Nissan Philippines is starting off its 2018 undaunted by new regulations, revealing four new vehicles at its annual media thanksgiving party. We already showed you photos and gave you the details on the ridiculous GT-R Nismo, so
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