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.
We round up the 10 best selling cars, pick-up trucks, MPVs, and SUVs in the Philippines for 2019.
Flat growth for 2019 as the Philippine auto industry registers 3.69% gain with 416,627 units sold.
The world's largest automakers of 2019 were Volkswagen Group, Toyota, and Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance
Philippine auto sales continues positive trend in November 2019 with 38,006 units sold.
Philippine auto sales furthered its gains in October 2019 with an industry total of 37,831 units.
The Philippine auto industry remains optimistic with 34,528 units sold in July 2019, down 1.65%.
Philippine auto sales optimistic with 97,753 units sold in Q2 2019; gaining slightly.
The first production Ford Broncos have rolled out, but we're curious if there are any export plans for it.
No more Pajero: Mitsubishi Philippine drops flagship SUV from lineup
The Honda Mobilio is no more in the Philippine market
A Honda and Mercedes-Benz collab sounds unimaginable now, but that's what happened in the '80s and '90s
As part of its plan electrification plan for the coming years, Honda will shut down its Sayama plant and trim its model lineup next year
Toyota Motor Philippines only sold 370 units in 2020 compared to 1,642 units in 2019
This is what we can expect from the 2022 Subaru Forester
How do the Geely Coolray and Honda HR-V perform in a head-on crash test?
Subaru PH offers has a 7-seat model again with 2021 Evoltis, but is it worth it?
A direct link between Pasig, Makati, and BGC will be open to the public this September 2021