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Iñigo is a car nut just like you. He is the Managing Editor of AutoIndustriya.com and Motoring Editor of The Manila Bulletin.
We test drive the VW Tiguan TSI Comfortline
On the road, you can't text while driving. In Baguio City, you can't text while walking.
Ever wondered what goes on in a Formula One team? We take a look at Red Bull Racing's stunning facility.
They're not all kamotes. In fact, you might have been at fault without realizing it.
Waze lets you drive home with DJ Khaled as an official navigation voice for a limited time
Is China still a follower of automotive trends, or are we beginning to see them take the lead?
We go for a drive in BAIC's well equipped 7-seater MPV, the M60.
BYD has made its electric ambitions clear with a lineup of electrified cars unveiled at Auto Shanghai 2019.
We drive the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera along the B-roads and motorways of England.
Would you buy one (or two) of 25 Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger cars (with gadgets) for PhP 193M?
Bearing Hyundai's new version of Fluidic Sculpture, the brand's design philosophy, the Santa Fe looks more like the Kona than the Tucson.
We test drive the sub-Php 700k BAIC M50 S to see if it offers just as much.
BMW Italy builds a 1:1 scale replica of Monza in the Sahara for the new X5 to drive on.
Isuzu will display the Traga at this year's PIMS, to gauge the public and commercial sector's interest in a small truck positioned under the QKR series.
Task Force Marilaque steps on the brake pedal on infamous highway sets 50 km/h speed limit, to actively apprehend reckless drivers and riders.
Easily the country's best-selling car, the Vios has served as the subcompact sedan benchmark for a decade now.
We speak with the LTO Dir. for Law Enforcement Services about what modifications are allowed and what are not
Take this refresher on common road markings and what they mean. You might be unwittingly violating a few.
We've heard your requests and now bring you our review of the highly anticipated Mitsubishi Xpander
Toyota seems to have done its homework, pricing the Wigo very competitively with equipment at par, if not better than leading rivals.
We take on the top of the line 4x2 Fortuner to see how it fares as a daily driver
We find out if the smaller 1.9-liter RZ4E Blue Power engine can deliver on the mu-X