The story of the Hyundai Accent in the country, as told by Top Gear PH
The Hyundai Accent was first introduced in several offshore markets close to two decades ago as a replacement of the Excel. It was met with mixed reactions. The first generation, despite receiving a relatively low Euro NCAP rating, was also rated as
Here's why the hatchback resonates with car buyers
The Hyundai Accent subcompact hatchback  has legions of fans. Before we talk about the reasons why, let's see what Top Gear PH has said about this body type and variant through the years.March 2013May 2013 April 2014August 2017The VerdictLet'
Fantastic driving machines
We are huge fans of the Mini brand, not only because the entire lineup is fun to drive, but also because of its deep and rich history. Imagine, the first-generation Mini took on the big dogs in the World Rally Championship
A good bargain for what you get
The Kia Rio has always been rather stylish, but the brand kicked things up a notch with the Schreyer-styled third- generation car launched locally in 2012. While still retaining a taxi variant, the range was optimized for the 'lifestyle' market, with
Did you own a first-gen unit?
Before the 2005 Swift, the Philippine market's last taste of Suzuki Supermini goodness-if you could actually call it good-was the Suzuki Fronte, sold through the '70s and '80s. Never quite as popular as cars from mainstream brands, the diminutive
Our first impressions on video
By now, you'd know that Suzuki Philippines recently took the veils off of the all-new Suzuki Swift. And we have to admit, we were pretty impressed with its design when we saw it on stage. But before that official reveal,
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