The Toyota Camry is probably one of the most reliable midsize sedans available in the market. While it lacks in its flashiness, they definitely make up for with a comfortable cabin, miserly fuel consumption and the ability to go the distance with very minimal issues. There’s a reason it was also the best-selling car in the United States for the past 10 years. Be it new or used, you can be assured that the Camry will get you more bang for your buck.
Porsche just debuted the range-topping Macan Turbo, and now it’s unveiled something almost as tasty to drivers, the Macan GTS.
Vehicle safety is one of the significant aspects in which automotive companies are investing heavily, and Honda is no stranger to innovative technologies.
Green motoring in Singapore just got more affordable, thanks to Hyundai. Its facelifted Ioniq Hybrid is now Singapore’s cheapest full hybrid car, at S$107,999 with Certificate of Entitlement.
Lexus has now become the latest car brand to launch a lease-to-own scheme in Singapore. The premium Japanese car marker’s “Lex’plore Programme” gives drivers an opportunity to drive a new Lexus with no down-payment over a five or seven year period. At the end of the lease, the customer either takes ownership of the car or receives a cashback sum.
A scheme to encourage the purchase of cars with lower emissions will be extended by one year to Dec 31, 2020.
Though there is an assortment of brand-new and fully redesigned passenger cars hitting the road for 2020 model year, their numbers are dwindling as buyers are instead choosing sport-utility vehicles as their rides of choice.
Mazda’s first EV is strange for a Japanese car, logical for a European one, but here’s why it could work in The EV Hell of Singapore.
The fourth-generation Honda Jazz reveals how the popular hatchback is set to go beyond basics.
If taxis can fly, then they also need to land. If they need to land, they need to land some place sturdy. And that that sturdy place to land will be at Marina Bay.