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It is Sunday once more, so we’re back with another edition of the AutoFun Philippines Rearview Roundup. Valentine’s Day is just a few days away and many of you will likely have some fun dates with and/or great gifts for a special someone (sanaol talaga). For those who want to take their mind off February 14, 2023 (which we single people call Tuesday), here are five of your favorite stories from February 6 to 11, 2023. Tasty EV treat? We start off with something sweet (unlike my love life). AutoF
The all-new 2023 Perodua Axia was previewed to the Malaysian press on February 8, 2023, giving us a possible glimpse of the next-generation Toyota Wigo. Although the Axia will be officially unveiled on Valentine’s Day (February 14, 2023, for those who don’t have a love life), our friends at WapCar Malaysia have been able to get behind the wheel of Perodua’s new little hatchback. The Axia has long been the Malaysian sibling of the Daihatsu Ayla and the Wigo. It uses the new Daihatsu New Global Ar
A seasoned motorist would probably have a slight reservation or two in driving a somewhat minuscule car much like the Hyundai Eon along twisting and dangerously steep mountain passes much in the likes of the Kennon Road, AKA Rosario–Baguio Road which is a two-lane 33.53-kilometer (20.83 mi) stretch of grueling roadway leading to the top of the world, er, to the mountain city of Baguio in Benguet province, whose range is at 5,000 feet above sea level. (much too close for comfort we guess?) But do
The Hyundai Eon was ultimately pulled out of production for not meeting safety-emission regulations, much to the disappointment of the fun-loving folks out there who came to regard the uncomplicated "driving-aesthetics" of the aforementioned, er, small car. It's therefore not surprising that the sudden announcement of this car's disappearance from the spotlight had sparked a plethora of raw opinions that range from the nonsensical to the absurd, as the intriguing nature of the said incident woul
Compare models by Car Price, Service Cost, Size, Fuel Consumption, Space, Mileage, Features, Colors, Pons & Cons, Images and other specs to tell you which is better Suzuki Celerio or Toyota Wigo
Suzuki Celerio price starts at ₱ 708000. Suzuki Celerio has 1.0L engine.
Toyota Wigo price starts at ₱ 573000. Toyota Wigo has 1.0L engine.
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