Expect more expensive vehicles as car brands update their prices for 2023. It's the first month of the new year and four manufacturers – Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Suzuki – have already updated their prices as of press time. While some may only have minor changes, others have more dramatic hikes. However, we expect more brands to follow, especially those that have yet to implement changes since 2022. Honda Cars Philippines Honda Cars Philippines announced in 2022 that it would increase the pr
Since its 2019 arrival, the Suzuki Ertiga was a fairly reasonable decision for personal transport for starting families or those looking for affordable utility. A sub-Php one million (actually, Php 728,000-Php 978,000) tag at launch, seating for six or seven, and value-for-money creature comforts made the vehicle a good pick. But is it still a considerable choice in projected hard times for the Philippine economy? The case for "No" That started with the rise in the price of entry, as the 2022 va
No doubt about it, the family car can be likened to one magic carpet ride transporting a bunch load of people from point A to B in a matter of seconds. While this metaphor sounds greatly exaggerated, it’s a known fact, however, that family or commercial vehicles (CV) truly do a wonderful job not only of hauling up families on long trips but they can also become reliable work fleets for storing up supplies or other loads as well. So far, Toyota, KIA, Ford, Suzuki, and Honda are the big-name car g
The Suzuki APV price in the Philippines starts at P651,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Suzuki APV GA 1.6L MT, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Suzuki APV GLX 1.6L MT priced at P843,000.
The Suzuki APV is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Suzuki APV cars offer the premium driving experience.
We're learning that the 2021 Suzuki APV is available with continuously variable MT transmission