The 2023 Honda BR-V is now available in Honda cars showrooms. PHOTO BY MARK JESALVAThe all-new Honda BR-V has been officially launched. And here are the prices of each variant: 1.5 S MT - ₱ 1,090,000 1.5 S CVT - ₱1,150,000 1.5 V CVT - ₱1,295,000 1.5 VX CVT - ₱1,390,000It is a particularly important model for Honda Cars Philippines Inc. because it is the Japanese carmaker’s entry in the hotly-contested subcompact, seven-seater multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) segment.The BR-V als
When it comes to small, seven-seater multi-purpose vehicles (MPV), you have as many choices in the market as there are stars.The segment remains highly popular in the Philippines because it combines the utility and practicality of seven seats with the size and ease of a compact sedan.There are established Japanese stalwarts like the Toyota Avanza (and its luxurious Veloz sibling), the Mitsubishi Xpander (and its rebadged Nissan Livina sibling), the Suzuki Ertiga, and the upcoming all-new Honda B
The Hyundai Stargazer recently broke cover and became the latest model to enter the hotly contested subcompact MPV category. With the headstart enjoyed by the likes of the Toyota Avanza and Rush, the Honda BR-V, the Mitsubishi Xpander, the Suzuki Ertiga, and another newcomer, the Nissan Livina, Hyundai’s affordable seven-seater has a lot to prove to sway Filipinos toward its fold. During our brief afternoon with the Hyundai Stargazer, we noticed how some of its design, technical, and safet
Hyundai Motor Philippines, Inc., the new exclusive distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the country is steadily regaining lost ground for the brand. After the recent introduction of new models in key market segments, it now announces an all-new entry that will surely rock the establishment. Today, October 19th, marks the start of pre-booking activities for the South Korean brand’s small MPV contender, the Hyundai Stargazer. HMPH has indicated that the core 1.5 GL variant will have a net pric
With the impending launch of the Hyundai Stargazer, Filipino subcompact MPV buyers will again be given another option to choose from in this hotly contested category. Along with the Suzuki Ertiga, the Toyota Veloz and Avanza, the Honda BR-V, the Mitsubishi Xpander, and the recently launched Nissan Livina, you can see how car manufacturers are going after a bigger slice of this growing pie. The trend is also evident around the ASEAN region, with PT Hyundai Motors Indonesia recently unveiling the
Mitsubishis obsession with retaining the L300 brand every year is akin to Filipinos obsession with Voltes V.Its long-standing, occasionally feel-good, sometimes head-scratching, and full of nostalgia.Most local folks feel the same about the Japanese diamond star nameplate. However, the spartan sturdiness of the all-purpose hauler made it a hit (especially in the provinces), so why mess around with a swinging act?The L300 platform can be configured depending on business needs. A ladder frame skel
The Mitsubishi Xpander price in the Philippines starts at P1,008,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Mitsubishi Xpander GLX 1.5G 2WD MT, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Mitsubishi Xpander GLS 1.5G 2WD AT priced at P1,128,000.
The Mitsubishi Xpander is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Mitsubishi Xpander cars offer the premium driving experience.
We're learning that the 2021 Mitsubishi Xpander is available with continuously variable MT transmission