Take your pick
Filipinos are still buying cars despite the pandemic-perhaps not as much as they were before COVID-19 hit, but the market is there nonetheless. You needn't look further than the local auto industry's first-half sales tally for 2021
SPH has promised the club continuous support for its future endeavors
Suzuki Philippines (SPH) has had quite the success with the S-Presso since its arrival here in our market, having already sold a total of 3,897 units as of July 2021. It's sheer proof that the tiny Suzuki has amassed
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
Deals on the S-Presso, Ertiga, XL7, Dzire, and Ciaz are currently up for grabs
Fresh off the conclusion of its Auto Festival Roadshow to end April, Suzuki Philippines (SPH) is now announcing the extension of its existing promo to kick off the month of May. If you're looking to buy a new vehicle anytime soon,
A surprisingly competent package
When Suzuki launched the S-Presso last year, I was eager to try it out, but a bit worried that it would disappoint me. It's nothing but an Alto on stilts, right? Not just an Alto, but a Maruti Alto, based
Among many other discounts
Suzuki Philippines may have given a few vehicles some price bumps to start off 2021, but it is now closing out the first month of the year by going the opposite direction. The Japanese carmaker is currently offering big discounts on select
One brand took 6 out of the top 10 spots
If you ever needed any more proof of Toyota Motor Philippines' dominance, look no further than the past 12 months. No, we're not talking about sales-we're talking about how much noise the brand's local launches made despite everything
A safe way to showcase its lineup
No mall display, no problem. Suzuki Philippines is once again taking to social media to showcase its local lineup of cars with the second leg of its virtual Auto Festival Roadshow taking place this weekend.Instead of the usual on-ground festival,
Would you pick it over the Honda BR-V or the Toyota Rush?
In case you haven't noticed, the car industry has been raining deals and promos on the public, no doubt enticing everyone to purchase a car to safely ferry them around town. And if you are really in the market for a
The sweet deals will still be up for grabs this month
Suzuki Philippines rolled out a few promos over the past couple of months, and it has now announced that the valitdiy of these deals have been extended to the month of August. If you've been planning on buying a brand-new
It’s been a pretty busy year
We're halfway through the year already? Well, that went by rather quickly. Frankly, though, with all that's been happening lately, it shouldn't really come as a surprise.To say the past few months have been hectic is a major
You get what you pay for
If you are a new driver working with a conservative budget for your first car purchase, your choices are somewhat limited to mini hatchbacks. They're compact and fun-sized, and will get the job of bringing you from point A to
It’s one quirky little hatch
It's small, it's quirky, and it has the makings of an ideal starter car here in our market. We're talking about the newly released Suzuki S-Presso which you may have already read about in this previous story of
How does the quirky new Suzuki fare against Toyota’s well-established hatch?
The local hatchback segment saw quite the introduction this year with the arrival of a brand-new nameplate in the Suzuki S-Presso. It's without a doubt a promising proposition in this price range, and on paper, it looks poised to
This little hatch is looking to prove itself in this heavily-stacked market
Carmakers don't often launch multiple vehicles-let alone multiple all-new nameplates-in the same event, but when they do, there's a good chance the cars making their debut are highly anticipated models.That's why Suzuki Philippines' cancellation of
The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused the cancellation of a few launch events
Are these worth the ultra-budget price tag?
By now you've heard that the Suzuki S-Presso comes with an ultra-affordable P518,000 price tag. That's all well and good, but the question as to whether the cost would be worth it remained unanswered on account of
Looking to finally own a vehicle?
Now this is what we call affordable. Suzuki Philippines has finally revealed the starting price of the upcoming S-Presso, and at just P518,000, the new model is an extremely enticing proposition for individuals making the jump into vehicle ownership.Only
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