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More Load-Carrying Hiace Choices From Toyota

The Toyota Hiace, the country’s number one utility van, works even harder with the addition of a Cargo Variant.  The Hiace Cargo is everything customers love about the Commuter except that now, it transports load instead of passengers.  By providing a seat-less option, the Hiace further expands its service to more industries. In 2019, Toyota Motor Philippines introduced the Full ...

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Cleanfuel Adapts to New Normal, Ensures Safety to all Customers

While Filipinos are slowly adjusting and coping with the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, Cleanfuel, the leading independent oil company, ensures all its customers that the company has already adapted to the current “New Normal” from safety protocols of stations—which include wearing of face masks and face shields, thermal scanning of personnel, social distancing, sanitation of employees, disinfection of ...

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Jaguar’s Supercharged Month of June

To celebrate Father’s Day on June 21, 2020, All British Cars, Inc., the Philippine distributor of Jaguar automobiles, marked the month of June as the “Supercharged Month” and has, on a Limited Offer, substantially adjusted the prices of select Jaguar models to make these accessible to the hardworking and loving fathers who deserve a special automobile. All Jaguar models conform ...

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An Enduring Legacy: 50 Years of the Range Rover

2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the Land Rover Range Rover, which is simply known as the Range Rover. This full-sized luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV) was launched in 1970 by British Leyland and is currently in its fourth generation as the flagship model of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), which has extended the brand to include the Range Rover Evoque, ...

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Nissan Unveils 4-Year Transformation Plan, Sees Possibility of Producing SUVs in the Philippines

Using a digital conference platform from their head office in Yokohama, Japan, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (NML) unveiled a four-year “transformation plan” to achieve sustainable growth, financial stability and profitability by the end of fiscal year 2023. The plan was designed to shift Nissan’s strategy from its past focus on inflated expansion to its new focus on cost-rationalization and business ...

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How Nissan is supporting the fight against COVID-19

The company is mobilizing its greatest assets: expertise in manufacturing and transportation, and thousands of dedicated employees The COVID-19 pandemic has upended daily life across the globe and challenged everyone to do their part to help save lives. For some of us, it may be things as basic as washing our hands. For others, like health care workers, it means ...

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FOTON Toano Covid19 Ambulance for the Philippine Red Cross

The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting the whole world and we have to arm ourselves in the best way possible to fight and respond to this challenge. FOTON Philippines has been in the forefront of providing the country with various commercial vehicles to fit the needs of different industries and this pandemic is no exemption. To address the need for ...

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Ferrari Shares Their “Back on Track” Program

After  the  longest  closing  in  its  history  due  to  the  COVID-19  pandemic, Ferrari production in their Maranello factory will build up gradually to resume full operations on Friday, May 8, 2020 in alignment with Italian government regulations. The company has spared no effort to prepare for this moment by setting up their “Back on  Track”  program, which reflects Ferrari’s deep  ...

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All-New Mazda3 Clinches the 2020 World Car Design of the Year Award

After being shortlisted as one of the Top Three Finalists for the 2020 World Car Design of the Year Award last March, the all-new Mazda3 has been awarded by 86 jurors from 24 countries who made up the World Car Awards panel, as the winner for having the best design among all contending cars for the 2020 World Car Awards ...

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Audi Gradually Restarts Auto Production in Europe

Audi in the coming weeks will gradually resume producing cars at its plants in Europe after having suspended its operations in mid-March because of disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ingolstadt, Germany-based automaker suffered bottlenecks in its supply chain and saw a drop in demand as the pandemic broke out in Europe. Production at Audi’s plants in Europe will ...

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