Saturday, June 20, 2009

Used Cars Philippines Trend

There has been a lot of trend lately that most car owners prefer to buy and sell used cars Philippines. Mainly because, they want to save on the money and make the most profit in the buy and sell cars business.

I am in no way against this as it is the foundation of entreprenuership. Just keep in mind that if you want to be in this kind of industry, you must also be prepared to spend more money after you buy the car. This is because, you want it to look like brand new and sell it at a higher price. Sometimes, the profit margin is 200%.

A relative of mine is in this kind of business. But the thing is, he is not only buying used cars Philippines but he also buy cars in auction in Japan. And redicoulously enough, the profit margin with this kind of business is insane. Just be careful and research before you make your first car purchase.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Where To Buy And Sell Cars Philippines

Where to buy and sell cars in the Philippines? You might be tired on going from place to place just check out the cars for sale. Well, you're on the right track. This site will point you to where you can post your cars for sale or to look for cars for sale. Car Finder Philippines is a site that provides information about the car industry. But that's not all, they also have a small marketplace, that you can list your cars for sale or find the car that you like by browsing the marketplace.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Buying And Selling Cars Is A Good Business

In this rough times, I know for a fact that the car industry is in ruins right now. But it doesn't necessarily mean that there is no hope. I got the chance to visit my uncle this weekend and I got the chance to talk to him about his business. He buy and sell philippines car finder, meaning he finds cars to buy and sell it for a profit. This doesn't limit the fact that he buy and sell cars in the Philippines. He goes to different countries and buys cars and go back to Philippines to sell them. Of course, after converting some its parts. :)

This is a good business if you have contacts that can let you slip on the customs for lesser tax. This business is lucrative because you can buy cars in different countries for a very low price. Like in Japan, they sell cars like cheap electronics, the reason being is that renewing a car license there is more expensive than buying a new one. So every year, people are buying new cars.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Isuzu Philippines New 2009 D-MAX Variants

There has never been a better time to buy a pickup than now. That’s because Isuzu Philippines Corp., assembler of world-class and award-winning diesel-powered vehicles, has just introduced two new variants of the D-MAX pickup for 2009. The pair of the new LS and the Boondock II now boast features previously only found on higher-end trims. The new features make the tough D-MAX stunning as well.

For the 2009 D-MAX LS, the following upgrades have been made: installation of new side stepboards with anti-slip rubber (only for the 4×2); change of door insert material from sports jersey to leatherette; change of seat material from sports jersey to black leather; switch to a more modern audio head unit (JVC KD G845); and addition of two-eye back-up sensors.

The Boondock II also has the same black leather seats, leatherette door inserts, audio head unit and back-up sensors. But it doesn’t stop there. The Boondock II now sports a new radiator grille design that further enhances the pickup’s stylish front end. It also rolls on new Yokohama Geolandar 265/70 R16 all-terrain tires for optimum grip on the most challenging of off-road surfaces combined with exceptional on-road performance.

“The D-MAX has always been a perfect pickup in terms of performance, fuel-efficiency, reliability and environment-friendliness,” said IPC President Keiji Takeda. “But that doesn’t stop us from continuing to find ways to make it a better product. From small to big features–as long as we know that they will benefit our customers–we will put them in the D-MAX.”

The D-MAX is powered by a 3.0-liter CRDi turbodiesel engine that is rated at 146 ps of maximum output and 294 Newton-meters of maximum torque. It also conforms to Euro-2 emission standards. This vaunted diesel powerplant is complemented by Isuzu’s critically acclaimed Flex Ride MOVE suspension system, which achieves a comfortable ride in spite of the vehicle’s pickup chassis.

The 2009 D-MAX is now also available with new body colors: Canyon Red and Granite Gray for the LS, and Light Blue Metallic/Sterling Silver for the Boondock II. The LS 4×2 and 4×4 are priced at P1,085,000 (manual transmission)/P1,145,000 (automatic transmission) and P1,315,000 (manual transmission), respectively, while the Boondock II 4×4 goes for P1,325,000 (manual transmission).
Visit your nearest authorized Isuzu dealership today for a personal test drive of the 2009 Isuzu D-MAX LS and Boondock II.

In Metro Manila, Isuzu showrooms are located in EDSA Balintawak, Quezon Avenue, Commonwealth, Pasig, Manila, Makati and Alabang. In the provinces, Isuzu has dealers in Isabela, Pangasinan, Cabanatuan, Pampanga, Bulacan, Cavite, Batangas, San Pablo, Bacolod, Iloilo, Mandaue, Cagayan de Oro and Davao. Check out for other Isuzu updates.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Philippine Car Sales ‘Better Than Other Markets’

Vehicle sales dropped by a slight 3.3 percent to 38,522 units during the first four months of this year, a joint report from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) showed yesterday.

“So far the local industry is holding up better than other markets,” CAMPI president Elizabeth H. Lee said. She noted that the low single digit decline in sales is better than other developed economies.

Car sales continue to be supported by the overall financing environment. Buyers still have access to financing and continue to buy although buyers are becoming more discerning with greater ‘price shopping’, feature comparison, and value for money as key considerations for purchase amid the wide variety of vehicles being offered in the market,” Lee said.

She said that industry players still remain cautiously optimistic given that the three-percent decline in sales is still relatively small. “We will have to see how the industry fares in the next two to three months and if there is enough reason to adjust our yearend forecasts,” Lee said.

Auto players expect stiffer competition with buyers benefitting from promotional activities offered by most brands. Sales are expected to normalize in the next months.

Month-on-month sales went down by seven percent on account of shorter selling days in April due to the Holy Week holidays. Sales in April reached only 9,988 units.

Passenger Cars (PC) grew by two percent while Commercial vehicles (CV) declined by six percent although CVs continue to dominate overall vehicles sales with a 64 percent share of nationwide sales selling 24,756 units.

For Asian Utility Vehicles (AUV), the unavailability of some variants decreased year to date sales by 13.7 percent, although on a month-on-month basis sales went down by 3.2 percent due to deliveries of pending orders.

There was a slight movement for light commercial vehicles (LCV). Sales of vans, pickup trucks, and compact wagons which form the bulk of LCV sales continue to hold. The decline in April sales against the high sales of March was expected due to shorter selling days. LCV sales are expected to pick up in the coming months.

Light truck sales increased by 3.6 percent due to higher fleet sales deliveries compared to last year. Although year-to-date sales decreased by 29.4 percent for trucks and buses, month-on-month sales increased by 70 percent due to new bus purchases transportation-related businesses.

Toyota sold most vehicles with 34.5 percent of the market followed by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. with 17.5 percent and Honda Cars Philippines at 15.2 percent.

Philippine Star

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Car Of Your Dreams Possible To Find In The Philippines?

In this economic times, is it really possible to find the car of your dreams? If you are asking me, you can almost do anything you want and find anything you need because of the internet and media.

If you are looking for cars, there is car finder Philippines aside from the usual classifieds directory in a newspaper. There are sites that lets people sell their cars online and giving you the ease of online shopping for cars right in front of the computer. The possibilities are endless. Make use of the internet as they are one of the most powerful thing the we humans has invented.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Find The Car Of Your Dreams With These Simple Tips

Making the decision of buying your very own car is very overwhelming. A primary concern of most first time car buyers is for them to get the best deal for their money. So, the car selection process in done slowly with much time and effort spent at looking through the classified pages of a local newspaper. But since a newspaper won't be able to post pictures of cars for sale in their classified pages, you are required to go the seller's place if you are interested in the car's text description. In the process, some buyers end up disappointed because the marketing ads do not really tell the truth about the car's condition, thus wasting the buyer's time.

But you don't have to worry too much. Today, there is an easier way to search for a car by seeing its picture first before contacting the seller and it comes in a magazine form. Car Finder Philippines is a magazine that does just this. It helps both car sellers and car buyers strike a common ground for trade. The magazine is published locally and internationally that widens the market even more.

Car Finder Philippines is very helpful for car buyers because aside from a text description, it also shows photos of cars up for sale. Needless to say, it is very important that a car buyer has a good idea of what he is inquiring about to prevent any misunderstanding. Seeing the car's picture first saves a lot of time for the car buyer because he will no longer spend the effort to go to the seller's place only to become disappointed in the end.

Car sellers, on the other hand, will benefit from Car Finder Philippines because posting advertisements in the magazine is absolutely free. Apart from this, the advertisements will also be placed in car-related websites, which allows sellers to reach various potential buyers. Indeed, Car Finder Philippines is the way to go for free and up-to-date global advertising.

To make the car selection process easier, some tips are given below so you don't aimlessly flip through the pages of Car Finder Philippines. If you want to buy a car, you have to know the features you want it to have. You should also know the cost of a particular car by doing some research on your own. You can try visiting local showrooms for this. But the best way to get some good deals on car purchases is to find cars to buy online. Because of the tough competition between online car dealers, you will surely have the advantage of lowered prices when you shop online.

If you are looking to buy a second hand car though, you need to take some factors into consideration to get your money's worth. Before anything else, you have to know the car's history, whether it has figured in an accident before and if it was used frequently or not.

You should also check the engine's condition. Ask the seller if the engine has been repaired or rebuilt in the past few weeks. Also see if the smoke coming out from its exhaust pipe is black or gray in color. Avoid cars that have this quality because it is a telltale sign of trouble in the future. In the same manner, check the car's air conditioning unit, warning lights, breather pipe, oil, and coolant levels to ensure that everything in the car functions well. When going for a test run, make sure that you don't hear any unnecessary noise. If you do, then don't buy the car.

Following these tips is a surefire way of getting the best value for your money. And getting a copy of Car Finder Philippines is a clever way to start the hunt for your ideal car. Happy looking!