You can get it for less for a while, though
Wagons are a pretty big deal over here at Top Gear Philippines. Simply put, we love them and have always thought it's a shame there aren't more of them around in the Philippine market. If you're of this mindset
A massive milestone for the brand
Subaru has just marked a massive milestone: The Japanese carmaker has officially produced 20 million all-wheel-drive vehicles.This achievement comes 49 years after Subaru launched the Leone 4WD Estate Van, the first-ever mass-produced AWD passenger car in Japan.
World’s sexiest car?
Trying to find love online? If you're looking to increase your chances of finding a match on a dating app, you may want to consider buying a Tesla.A recent study by Money.co.uk found that featuring a Tesla in
Excited?
Perhaps 2021 might be even better for Subaru fans. Last year, we were treated to the big reveal of the all-new BRZ. This year, it's the next-generation WRX that's set to break cover.This may not exactly come
Take your pick
So, it's been half a year of 'new normal' motoring now. Bad news? The COVID-19 pandemic doesn't seem like it'll be winding down any time soon. The good? Well, it's improved enough to at least be able
This is one sleek-looking SUV
It's only been a few months since Motor Image Pilipinas (MIP) launched the Subaru Evoltis here in our market, but we're already out here thinking it should expand the lineup a bit further.Specifically, with this: the Onyx Edition variant.
This or the current one?
Subaru is a brand that has always prided itself on versatility, and, as such, this is reflected in the designs of its offerings. One fine example of this? The Subaru Forester.Over the years, the crossover has become more refined thanks to
Should be a hoot to drive
Online auction sites truly are the gift that keeps on giving.This listing comes courtesy of CarAndBids.com. At first glance, yes, it's a Subaru BRZ. Closer inspection, though, will reveal that it's undergone a significant transformation, albeit one you
Can Subaru’s big SUV compete in our market
So a few years ago, Subaru introduced a car. A big one. In fact, it's the biggest one in the Japanese carmaker's 76-year-history. I am, of course, talking about the Ascent, which at the time of its launch
For those who believe the bigger, the better
Subarus are known for being practical, nimble, and a hoot to drive-a perfect combination most vehicles can only ever dream of having. But do these qualities carry over with the Japanese carmaker's decision to go supersized in the Evoltis?It'
The Levorg got the highest score among all vehicles with five-star ratings
After winning the Japan Car of the Year in 2020, the Subaru is now adding yet another accolade to the Levorg's list of achievements: the Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP) Best Award 2020.The all-new Levorg, which was unveiled
An P80,000 introductory discount will be available at launch
There's a new Subie in town, folks. And no, we're not talking about the Evoltis. We're talking about the refreshed XV that has just arrived at local Subaru dealerships.The updated compact crossover is now on display in Motor
Could a potential revival ditch fossil fuels?
Any car geek nudging around their mid-thirties has likely shed a number of tears now. Mitsubishi and Subaru's biggest icons have become a headline act of the modern classic auction scene.Mitsubishi UK just sold off its now redundant heritage
Developed jointly with Toyota
It turns out the all-new Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ are hardly the extent of the two Japanese carmakers' collaboration. Just last month, the former unveiled the bZ4X-a high-riding EV that supposedly combines Toyota's battery know-how with
It comes with a P3.48 million price tag
It's official: The Subaru Evoltis is now on sale in the Philippines.Motor Image Pilipinas (MIP) finally made the announcement earlier today. As mentioned previously, only one Evotlis variant will be available, and it will come with a P3,480,000
That’s quite a collaboration
Well, here's a dream lineup if we've ever seen one: Mazda, Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu, and Toyota-five of the Japanese auto industry's biggest contenders-are teaming up to develop next-gen connectivity for their cars.The five companies hope
There’s something in it for new buyers, too
Just because we won't be embarking on road trips anytime soon doesn't mean there isn't a need to keep our rides in tip-top shape. If you own a Subaru, Motor Image Pilipinas is making it easier to take
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