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Hyundai has surpassed GM, Stellantis, and Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance
The past year was the Italian brand’s best yet
Despite all the challenges it presented, 2022 was a year wherein some of the biggest players in the automotive and motorcycle industry were able to bounce back from the dismal 2021. In fact, several brands set sales records last year-a testament
That’s good for a 19.5% increase compared with May 2021’s figures
The local automotive industry has bounced back in terms of sales at least last month. According to the latest data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI), a total of 26,370 units were sold in May 2022, up
The CAMPI-TMA report tallies 24,304 vehicles sold in February
It appears the Philippine automotive industry is starting to bounce back after a difficult start to the year in January. According to the latest report by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA), a
Toyota and Mitsubishi remain the top-selling brands in our market
The Philippine automotive industry took a huge hit in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From 457,110 vehicles sold in 2019, the total dropped to a dismal 244,274 the following year.Now that 2021 has concluded, though, we have
The brand saw an 85% year-on-year growth in sales
It looks like 2021 was pretty good for MG Philippines. Its local distributor, The Covenant Car Company (TCCCI), has shared that a total of 6,343 MG vehicles were sold last year, good for a very decent 85% year-on-year growth.
The local auto industry’s recovery continues
By the end of the third quarter of 2020, data showed that the local automotive industry was already seeing some improvements in terms of sales. Now, a month into the last quarter of the year, it seems that the industry's recovery
Industry leaders remain optimistic
Nothing escapes the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not even the local motorcycle industry, which had been enjoying phenomenal growth before the crisis struck.Top Bikes Philippines was able to obtain a copy of the industry report for the first half
That’s more than 400 vehicles per month on average
If you think vehicles sporting the MG badge are becoming an increasingly common sighting these days, then you're most definitely correct.We've actually said it before at the Top Gear PH Awards 2019, but we'll say it again anyway:
The luxury SUV accounted for 4,962 of the 8,205 Lambos sold worldwide last year
If you've a romantic notion that the Lamborghini factory is a quiet shed in a sleepy Italian village-where a few mad petrolheads cycle down a few times a week to drop noisy engines into the middle of wedge-tastic sports
The company ends the decade on a high note
The past year was a strong one for Suzuki Philippines (SPH). By the second half of 2019, the Japanese carmaker had already climbed to fifth in sales here in the local market; at the end of the third quarter, it reported a
The company has already sold 360,045 vehicles across the globe
Lexus has established a good position in the Philippine automotive industry as one of the trusted luxury brands in the market, and over the past decade since its inception, it has already seen its fair share of success. On the international level,
Congratulations on a successful year
The implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act was felt by most players in the automotive industry. Despite TRAIN's effect on car prices, however, Suzuki Philippines still managed to achieve higher sales in 2018 than in 2017.
SUVs rule
Rolls-Royce is 115 years old, and has never been hotter than it is right now. Okay, those aren't Rolls-Royce's exact words, but that's the gist of the news from its Goodwood headquarters today. The sales results for
Grattis!
The year 2018 didn't seem to be such a hot 12 months for the local automotive industry (we'll need to wait for the official sales tallies to know for sure). Globally, however, some car manufacturers achieved record sales numbers.Volvo,
It pays to have competitive products
In this era of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act, many carmakers have felt the impact on their sales. Despite this, Suzuki Philippines has announced that it has achieved a 6% growth during the first three quarters of 2018
It's the year of the pickup
We've said repeatedly since the year started that now is the best time to buy a pickup. Thanks to the TRAIN law, pickups have been exempted from excise tax and have subsequently dropped in price. If Ford Philippines' latest sales figures
Did you buy one?
If you thought car sales went through the roof last year, you haven't seen anything yet. The Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA), formed by Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and KYMCO, recorded a year-on-year sales growth of 16% in
A 14.5% improvement
It has been a good year so far for Mazda Philippines. Bermaz Auto Philippines (BAP), the Japanese carmaker's official Philippine distributor, has reported a strong year-on-year increase in sales for the first seven months of 2017.In July, Mazda
According to CAMPI and TMA
With the increase in vehicle excise tax looming over everyone's heads, customers are rushing to dealerships nationwide to get in while the going is good. The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) have
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