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.
Test units of the all-new 2021 Nissan Almera have been sighted on Philippine roads.
In less than 10 years, Volvo will bid farewell to all of its combustion engines, be an electric-only brand
Toyota sold a good number of gas-powered Innova through the years, but it's not enough to justify keeping it around
Using the GA-B platform, Toyota plans to create a new Yaris-based sub-compact vehicle
Mercedes-AMG opts for hybrid rather than full electric technology for GT 73
TITAP on MVIS 5-year max tire life: Mandating said age will not be commercially coherent
A year and three months after its global debut, the all-new Isuzu D-Max lands in the Philippines
Slotting beneath the Kona, the Hyundai Bayon is the brand’s smallest crossover to-date
LTO extends deadline of registration for plates ending “3”
Baguio City eases restrictions for local tourists visiting