Are prices getting out of hand?
The Philippine government might just suspend excise taxes on fuel products brought about by the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.According to a report by the Philippine Star, Malacañang is open to suspending the excise
Some post-TRAIN bargains
Last year, we put together a few lists of cars you can buy for X amount of pesos per month. But as you all know, thanks to the Tax Reform Package for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the market landscape in 2018
Get one while you can
The Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law has been in place for nearly half a year now, and we've all felt the changes in one way or another, especially in the current prices of vehicles and fuel.Autohub Group,
Yay or nay?
How has 2018 treated your wallet so far? Ever since the government passed the Tax Reform for Inclusion and Acceleration (TRAIN) package into law, we've all had to make adjustments to our budgets, especially when buying cars and fuel. Some have
Here's what you guys have to say
So, the new Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law has been in effect for a couple of months now. And we're certain some of you guys have noticed an increase in your monthly take-home pay.The extra cash
Many models are still pegged at 2017 prices
Suzuki is the latest carmaker to reveal its updated 2018 prices, and those planning to buy the all-new Vitara aren't going to be too happy with what they see.Both the Vitara GL+ and GLX saw a P50,000
Price bumps across the range
Yup, another week, another updated price list for 2018. This time, it's from the folks over at Chevrolet Philippines. How we discovered this one, though, came as a bit of a surprise.Other car brands usually give us their new prices
Did your dream car take a hit?
BMW's official Philippine distributor has released its 2018 price list update. You're either going to be ecstatic or bummed depending on which model you've been eyeing.If you're a fan of the German carmaker&#
Some big changes
With four new vehicles and the GT-R Nismo launched this month, Nissan Philippines is off to a roaring start this year. Now the Japanese carmaker has revealed its new price list for 2018, and this will certainly set the tone for
Some significant bumps
Another day, another updated price list. This time, it's from Isuzu, and this list should be of particular interest to many of you out there.Today, Isuzu Philippines released its new prices inclusive of the new excise taxes under the Tax
Yes, our dream MX-5 is affected
As the first month of 2018 nears its end, another carmaker has released its updated price list to reflect the new excise tax under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.Mazda, whose lineup is considerably more compact than other
Is it allowed?
No, the buyer should not be liable for any increase in the purchase price brought about by the excise tax on cars taking effect before the car dealership delivers the unit. If the dealership fails to deliver the unit within the agreed
As expected, Ranger lineup now cheaper
If you've been planning to buy a Ford pickup truck to start 2018, boy do we have some good news for you. The American carmaker has just posted its 2018 price list on its website, and its popular Ranger lineup-
A reasonable request?
A local transport group says it will hold off on imposing a fare hike if the Philippine government grants jeepney drivers a fuel discount.According to a report by CNN Philippines, Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) head George
You'll think hard about which Montero Sport variant to get
Mitsubishi is the fifth local carmaker to reveal its official 2018 price list. The move comes just days after Subaru made known a 5% increase across its entire lineup, and weeks after Toyota, Lexus and Honda announced their own hikes due to
Who really benefits?
Last week, we wrote about Toyota Motor Philippines' updated price list in response to the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN), as posted online by one of its dealers. Yesterday, the Japanese carmaker updated its website to make those prices
A dealer reveals the figures
Late last year, President Duterte signed the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) package into law, so the much-feared increase in vehicle excise tax thus became official. While the government made the new tax brackets public, it's been hard
It actually makes sense
You might have seen posts being shared on social media about the pending increase in fuel prices as part of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act. There are calls on Facebook to gas up before January 1, 2018, because after
Effective January 1
New year, new cars, new taxes. Unless you've been living under a rock, then you'd know that President Duterte recently signed the new Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) package into law, which will change the amount of taxes
Will four-door pickups be tax-free?
As you know by now, the increased excise taxes for cars have recently been signed into law. So it's officially official and it'll be implemented next year. If you've really been keeping up, then you'll have read that
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