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The Subaru BR-Z is comfortable enough to pull double duty as a daily driver and weekend toy car.

We’re lucky to be alive in this day and age of Philippine motoring. We have an overabundance of choices when it comes to cars, and we finally have reached a level of sophistication wherein we can see an affordable performance sports car as a very viable means of everyday transportation. We won’t get dirty looks from neighbors (perhaps only envious ones at best), nor should we feel the wrath of the BIR scrutinizing and assessing our very souls.

Posted: July 10th, 2013 in Inquirer Features,Motoring,Photos & Videos | Read More »

A weekend getaway with a French supermodel

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EVERY TIME people would see a Peugeot RCZ, they can’t figure out what it is. They only know that it is something special.

IN PICTURES, the Peugeot RC-Z looks rather challenging to look at. Its key features are the long tail, which provides a surprisingly practical sized trunk; the bubble-top roof inspired by Zagato designs and framed by aluminum-finish cladding that provide a stark contrast to the white exterior; the large aggressive maw opening up the engine bay to cold air for cooling and the turbocharger; and the large satin-gun-metal finish 19-inch wheels shod with Continental Sport Contact 3 high-performance tires size 235/40R19.

Posted: December 4th, 2012 in Motoring | Read More »

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