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Sleeker and more spacious, the all-new Kia Carens is prepared to surprise and delight

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THE CARENS is a compact MPV designed and engineered for the diverse needs of modern families.

Columbian Autocar launched the all-new Carens MPV, soon after its European debut. The new-generation Carens is a compact MPV designed and engineered for the diverse needs of modern families. The minivan features sleek aerodynamic styling with cab-forward design.

Posted: June 4th, 2013 in Inquirer Features,Motoring | Read More »

Sneak peek: Porsche Cayman

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THE NEW Cayman is lower, longer, lighter and of course faster than its predecessor.

When the Boxster was first launched in 2005, Porsche purists were snobbish about the new model. Their view was that there was only one “proper” layout for a Porsche. Now that the family includes former heresies such as the Cayenne and Panamera, the Boxster and its hardtop counterpart, the Cayman, have found a solid niche within the brand.

Posted: May 28th, 2013 in Motoring,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Six cool features onboard the new Hyundai Accent hatchback

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THE STYLING’S character lines match up perfectly, and  the new rear with its large taillamp cluster adds a bit of personality to the Accent.

1. Spot-on styling. The Hyundai Accent was always meant to be a hatchback, and the styling of the new car proves it. The styling’s character lines match up perfectly, and the new rear with its large taillamp cluster adds a bit of personality to the Accent. The automatic version is equipped with 16-inch alloys.

Posted: May 14th, 2013 in Inquirer Features,Motoring | Read More »

Is Manila ready for a Formula One race?

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MARLON Stockinger gets clearance from the technical crew for  his final run at the SM Mall of Asia last Sunday. Photos by Alvin Uy

Manila was the setting of a unique thrill last weekend: the sight and sound of a Formula One car roaring through the streets around Quirino Grandstand and the Mall of Asia. Dubbed the Manila Speed Show, the event featured Filipino-Swiss racer Marlon Stockinger behind the wheel of a Lotus F1 car. The 22-year-old racing driver […]

Posted: May 7th, 2013 in Inquirer Features,Motoring | Read More »

Rewriting the book of Genesis

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REVISED styling makes the Genesis Coupe look less geeky and more muscular.

Hyundai was ahead of the pack when it introduced the Genesis Coupe at the 2009 Manila International Auto Show. Here was a low-slung rear-wheel-drive coupe with a choice of potent engines, carrying the brand’s new luxury sub-brand, and starting at a very affordable price point.

Posted: April 30th, 2013 in Motoring | Read More »

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