Articles about Subcompact Crossover

We can see this doing well in our market
Nissan has revealed its upcoming B-segment SUV for the Indian market, and it's officially called the Magnite.The vehicle made its debut in concept guise earlier today, showing off a compact form (about the same size as a Ford EcoSport)
We think so
Kia Philippines has announced that it will be bringing in a new model during the fourth quarter of 2020. While the company hasn't outright named the vehicle, we think we have a pretty good idea what it is.The news came
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Slowly but surely, MG is proving itself to be a major player in the local auto industry. Here is a carmaker whose products were, just a few years ago, considered Chinese offerings hiding under a British name. Now? The company's vehicles
Benz played it safe with the design
The VW Group isn't the only one spinning a million and one cars off a single platform. In the last couple of years, Mercedes-Benz has derived no fewer than seven different cars from the latest A-Class's underpinnings, all
Would you like to see these changes here?
Mazda is extending its CX-3 lineup in Japan to appeal to a wider range of customers.The Japanese carmaker has just announced that its subcompact crossover will now be available with a smaller 1.5-liter SkyActiv-G engine alongside the
Our kind of electric car
It's a Peugeot that looks like some sort of alien hamster. And we mean that entirely as a compliment. If you're one of those people who sees faces within the features of inanimate objects, then the e-2008 might look
Funk on the outside, quiet on the inside
Almost everyone who bought the last Kia Soul got the one with an actual engine. Until, that is, the last year it was on sale. In 2018, Kia sold more Soul EVs in Europe than it did gasoline and diesel ones combined.
We test it on various road surfaces and in different driving situations
Kia has had a good history in the Philippines. Who could forget when the Kia Pride was fighting big-body Corollas for taxi dominance? It was the '90s version of the Grab and Uber wars. Then, like Uber, Kia faded for a
Due to the influx of more affordable Chinese competition
It looks like the sudden influx of more affordable Chinese-made crossovers may have claimed its first casualty.Suzuki Philippines has announced that it is discontinuing select variants of the Vitara subcompact crossover. In a company sales memo circulating online, it said
So far, it’s only been confirmed for Europe
You needn't look further than last week's GR Yaris reveal for proof that western markets generally have it better when it comes to Toyota's premier offerings. Next to this, there's the Corolla hatchback, and also the RAV4 Prime.
It beat the old record by just over 15 meters
The Hyundai Kona has claimed the title of the world's highest-driven electric vehicle, after the crossover made its way up to Tibet's Sawula Pass-an altitude of approximately 5,731 meters-on January 8, 2020.With that height, the
Can it compete with the segment’s best?
While the number of small, affordable seven-seater SUVs has increased in recent years, it hasn't stopped carmakers from targeting other, possibly overlapping segments that have performed well in the past, such as subcompact crossovers. With Kia Philippines ramping up its
In case you’re planning to buy a crossover
Over the past year, the Geely Coolray has quietly proven itself to be one of the market's nicest surprises.The Chinese-made Coolray doesn't just look good, it drives relatively well and boasts some impressive features. In fact, its package
“Now less of an eyeful to more people, and more spacious for those aboard”
Not fugly, is it? The squinty LED running lights and the upside-your-head headlights will still clash with some village green sensibilities, but in the metal-and there's a fair bit more metal this time around-the new Juke looks
A compelling subcompact crossover
Oh yes, it's another dinky SUV. But it's hard to be angry at something wearing the face of a robotic chipmunk like this Peugeot 2008 does.It's an aesthetically pleasing thing all round, really, looking like it was designed
Times sure have changed
In 2014, my dad bought our family a China car. Against my warning and at the risk of several years' worth of buyer's remorse, he bought the van after an agent offered it to him for a bargain-bin price of
Just don’t forget to take a picture
Calling all our sharp-eyed readers: Motor Image Pilipinas (MIP), Subaru's official local distributor, is giving you a chance to win exclusive prizes until the end of 2019. All you need to do is spot this special Forester.From now until
Yes, that’s six zeros
Another Chinese car manufacturer is entering-or re-entering, rather-the Philippine market.Chery, which first arrived on local shores way back in 2007, is attempting to make a comeback as part of the recent influx of carmakers hailing from the People'
Well, hello there
Subcompact crossovers can be tough, too. It just takes a little extra ingenuity and, of course, a helping hand outside the OEM industry.The Kia Seltos is the latest car to prove that a little aftermarket know-how goes a long way
The 2020 Tivoli has been launched, too
Remember when SsangYong cars left something to be desired? Nope, neither do we.The Korean car manufacturer has mostly impressed since it made its return to the Philippine market, and is beefing up its lineup with the all-new Korando and the
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