Philippine auto industry sells 19,793 units in August 2020, down 11.22-percent based on joint CAMPI, TMA, AVID report.
There may be no Philippine International Motor Show this year, but CAMPI is seriously considering to hold it next year
Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines could cancel PIMS this year
From production to retail, the pandemic has rocked the foundations of the Philippine - and global - auto industry
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 426,637 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%.
Philippine auto sales optimistic with 97,753 units sold in Q2 2019; gaining slightly.
You can still get an Autosweep RFID until the end of November
The smallest Hyundai crossover is now in the country
Go on an epic field trip with the Torsus Praetorian School Bus
Honda Cars PH launches new generation City, but only with 1.5L non-turbo engine
LTO extends the validity of licenses and permits until the end of the year, but not all get that extension
There might not be a need to have both Easytrip and Autosweep RFID tags on your car
Is RFID all it's cracked up to be? Or are there some issues beyond just having slow or weak RFID readers?
Toyota Motor Philippines issues recall for six models regarding faulty fuel pump which will be replaced for free
2020 has been a quiet year for MG, but they're getting ready to roll out the 2021 RX8
2020 hasn't been easy for Ssangyong, but they're powering through with the launch of the all-new Rexton