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The weather is back to maelstrom-grade wind and rain this weekend, in light of two severe tropical storms that swung by the Philippines. The downpour (of hate) has also been relentless among Chinese carmakers, in light of Geely Philippines’ aftersales fiasco. Will there be sunshine after the rain for the car brands from the People’s Republic? This and many more are on this edition of the AutoFun Philippines Rearview Roundup. Here are your favorite stories from Aug. 28 to Sept. 1, 2023. BYD Phili
Is electrification the future of the Philippine car market? The answer is yes, as more automakers are bringing their hybrid and battery-electric vehicles into the local scene. One of the newest electrified crossovers on the block is the Toyota Yaris Cross, the brand’s entry into the subcompact crossover segment that promises to bring technology and fuel efficiency into your garage. For this comparison, we will compare the Yaris Cross Hybrid to another pioneer in the segment, the Nissan Kicks e-P
Sunlight, finally! I never thought that I’d actually miss getting hot and sweaty from the searing heat. But I suppose that over a week of stormy weather (and alarming floods) makes the heart grow fonder of the Sun. But the maelstroms don’t seem to have dampened your desire for the latest crossovers, which were among our five hottest stories from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, 2023. Here’s your AutoFun Philippines Rearview Roundup. Bring on the XForce(?) The dramatic-looking Mitsubishi XFC Concept always se
It appears that Nissan is readying the next generation of the Nissan Kicks as reports have revealed that a test mule has already been spotted. A few key elements stand out while the unit is heavily camouflaged to hide its design details. Thanks to photos from Motor1.com, we can see what these key elements are as the crossover now has a more prominent front fascia with a new set of LED headlights, a taller hood, a more prominent rear with more pronounced arches, and elements of a more horizontall
Barely a month after its ASEAN introduction, PT. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia's (TMMIN) Karawang plant in West Java has commenced exports of the recently launched Toyota Yaris Cross, and it looks like the Philippines is on the list. Also Read: ASEAN Toyota Yaris Cross premieres in Indonesia, features first-in-class hybrid powertrain Shown in an audio-visual presentation during the Yaris Cross production and export ceremonies held June 13th, a graphic pointed to the Philippines as one of
Nissan Philippines has officially started a special service campaign for the Nissan Kicks e-POWER. The service campaign or recall is for the air-conditioning system of the electrified crossover, after cases of some units experiencing cooling failure. Nissan has already identified the issue, stating that it is a software and hardware problem they can now quickly address. A similar campaign is already being conducted for Kicks e-POWER owners in Thailand. The Japanese automaker has already started