Articles about Subcompact

Proudly made in the Philippines
The 2018 Toyota Vios was presented during a roll-out ceremony at the Toyota Special Economic Zone in Sta Rosa, Laguna today. Nearly the entire 3,000-strong Toyota Motor Philippines workforce was in attendance to celebrate the event, and for good
We imagine how it would look like
Suzuki recently introduced the all-new Swift hatchback and Dzire sedan, which are essentially twins. Both are big improvements over their predecessors, and each gets its own styling theme to further differentiate one from the other. The Dzire, of course, is the
Delivery starts in two weeks
We first saw the all-new Suzuki Swift last March during the Bangkok International Motor Show. We were very impressed that we took tons of photos of the subcompact hatchback for you guys. We wondered: Would it be similar to what we'
Sub-P1 million rides that parents will love
Parenthood is one of those pivotal 'adulting' milestones that comes with a lot of baggage. Literal baggage. Diapers, clothes, cleaning supplies, toys and strollers take up a lot of in-car real estate.  With new laws mandating the use of car seats 
It's strangely good
What's so active about a Fiesta Active?The way Ford talks, it's the active things you do in it. It can take you slightly further up the bumpy track toward the sort of outdoor pursuits that fill the pages of
Are you ready to go German?
The subcompact class in the Philippines has one undisputed king: The Toyota Vios. After that, you've got other offerings like the Honda City, Mitsubishi Mirage, Suzuki Ciaz, and Mazda 2. As with many segments, it's one dominated by Japanese badges.
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