Philippine auto sales optimistic with 97,753 units sold in Q2 2019; gaining slightly.
Philippine auto industry continues a positive trend with sales of 35,109 units in June 2019; gains 4.56%
Philippine auto sales registered 33,578 units in May, grows 15.52% as industry drives toward road to recovery
Months of positive sales come to a halt as April vehicle sales plummet by 20%
Philippine auto industry surges ahead by 18.16% with 36,288 units sold in March 2019.
Combined CAMPI, TMA, AVID sales reports show slight growth in February compared to January 2019
Philippine auto industry opens 2019 with slower January, auto sales recorded at 30,287 units for CAMPI/TMA, and AVID members.
Amidst a backdrop of uncertainty with higher excise taxes on fuel and vehicles, 2018 Philippine auto sales stood at 401,803 units.
Philippine auto sales grows 17.66-percent in 2017, with all-time record 43,943 units.
Philippine auto sales break 400K barrier in 2016, with 24.88-percent jump to 404,051 units.
Tariff Commission says the increase in imports is not significant vis-a-vis locally made models
It would be nice if Peugeot Philippines brings in the all-new 308 SW
Porsche invests in high-performance battery cell factory with new tech, to be tested in motorsport
Nexus All-Terrain is basically a clone of the Toyota LC 80
Honda City Hatchback will soon be available with 1.5-liter hybrid engine
The new Toyota Land Cruiser no longer has a V8 engine, but that twin-turbo V6 looks fast
Here are some specs, info in the next-generation Honda BR-V
Upcoming Multivan to be first 'Made in Germany' VW in PH in three years
Current generation Nissan Navara will continue on until all-new model sometime 2025
2022 Toyota Tundra to get the TRD Pro treatment