The Philippine auto industry suffers a major decline in 2020 with 40.26% drop, reports 248,171 units sold.
The Philippine auto industry reports 26,818 units sold in September 2020, resulting in a 33.85% growth.
The Philippine auto industry sells 20,036 units in August 2020, down 11.51-percent based on joint CAMPI, TMA, AVID report.
In the interest of maintaining safe and reliable vehicles, CAMPI and TMA think that dealerships should be re-opened – conditionally, of course
For the past 20 years, Isuzu has proven why they remain the best selling trucks in the Philippines
Flat growth for 2019 as the Philippine auto industry registers 3.69% gain with 416,627 units sold.
Philippine auto sales down in August 2019 due to ‘ghost month’, sales total 32,679 units.
The Philippine auto industry remains optimistic with 34,528 units sold in July 2019, down 1.65%.
Combined CAMPI, TMA, AVID sales reports show slight growth in February compared to January 2019
Philippine auto sales grows 17.66-percent in 2017, with all-time record 43,943 units.
A new 7-seater minivan from Hyundai will be revealed soon
Aside from a new van, Hidilyn Diaz will also be given a new Kia Stonic
Volkswagen introduces new Taigo crossover, to slot between T-Cross and T-Roc
Honda's Swindon plant in UK has officially shut down operations
Cainta Mayor Kit Nieto requests DPWH to build a pumping station, drainage along Imelda Ave to control flooding
New Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge to help relieve EDSA traffic
Ever wondered why Chinese auto brands aren't offering bigger engines in the Philippines?
SLEX Toll Road 4 could be open to motorists sometime next year
The People's Republic will be the first market to get the updated Geely Binyue
Upgraded Honda Civic Type R now available at PH dealers