A confusing conundrum
Hi Top Gear Philippines! I just want to ask. Every time I have my oil changed, the amount of oil drained from my car is so little. I put in four liters of oil in my car every oil change, but when
Know your liquids
Your car is not merely a metal box on four rubber donuts. It's a living, breathing machine whose oily guts require, uh, oil, for lubrication and power. These fluids need to be refilled and replaced to keep your car in tip-
Not a good idea
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Coca-Cola as motor oil? Now there's an idea...albeit, a not-so-bright one. After all the crap this car has taken,
German quality with the click of a mouse
Wurth, in time for the company's 20th anniversary in the Philippines, is finally makings its automotive products available online via a hassle-free e-store.While the German firm has been a pretty common name in car maintenance for quite some
Have you used any of its products?
One aspect of owning a vehicle many motorists take for granted is choosing a reliable engine oil to help keep the vehicle in tip-top shape. But engine maintenance--or the lack of it--could make or break your car's performance,
Automobiles to stop using fossil fuels
Can you imagine the automobile running on anything else but fossil fuel? Despite the emergence of vehicles that are fueled by alternative sources such as hydrogen, electricity or even solar energy, the image of a car running on gasoline or diesel just
Who doesn't like free stuff?
Here's a free car maintenance tip: Never scrimp on motor oil. Lubricants quite literally are the lifeblood of your vehicle, and neglecting to change them can lead to catastrophic results.As both an incentive and reward to those who need to
We discuss relationship between the two
One day, the Chief asked me: "What do low gasoline prices mean for the auto industry?" I was tempted to go with the simple reply: "Better car sales."Unfortunately, it's not that simple. In fact, for the past two decades, record-
In this fast-paced sport, the work never stops
As with everything else in Formula 1, the research/testing is a never-ending process. The trackside work, while different in nature from factory-based R&D, is just as rigorous.At the Malaysian GP last month, we made a quick stop
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