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  • Following its successful return in 2015, the 2016 Singapore Motorshow saw over 20 new car launches as well as a showcase of stunt driving shows, competitions and entertainment. More than 58,000 people visited the show, held from the 14th till 17th of January at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, surpassing the 52,000 visitors that attended last year.
  • Stranger things have happened, but not very often. Days after the Singapore Motorshow closed its doors for 2016, the market for COEs (Certificates Of Entitlement) did its thing, and the aftermath was surprising. The Category A* COE saw its price jump from $45,002 to $51,301, buoyed by healthy order figures. 3,437 people tried to get their hands on one, compared to 2,013 a fortnight earlier.
  • Audi Singapore celebrated its record breaking 2015, having delivered more than 2,000 vehicles in Singapore with, a commanding presence at the recently concluded Singapore Motorshow 2016 held at the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre.
  • More than 58,000 people went through the doors of the Singapore Motorshow 2016 held at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre between 14 to 17 January, 2016. Attendance number at this year’s event surpassed the 52,000 visitors that attended last year.
  • More than 58,000 people visited the recently concluded Singapore Motorshow 2016. That is 6,000 more than last year, organisers said in a news release on Monday (Jan 18). The event that ran from Jan 14 to 17 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre was bigger than that that for the previous year, occupying two floors of the venue.
  • Toyota Singapore ups the ante this year by unveiling three new models to the Singapore market - with the 4th Generation Toyota Prius taking centrestage, followed by the RAV4 and Avanza. The sports variants of the Corolla Altis and Wish was also on display.
  • Following the success from the 2015 exhibit, the Singapore Motorshow returns for a second consecutive year from 14-17 January 2016 at Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre. Making its debut at the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is the Subaru VIZIV 2 concept car, a next generation crossover vehicle, which similarly to its predecessor, the VIZIV, takes its name from "Vision for Innovation".
  • Singapore Motorshow 2016 is currently taking place at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre till Sunday, January 17th, and features more than 20 new car launches including new models from brands such as Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Jaguar, Lexus and more.
  • The 2016 Singapore Motorshow, like last year's event, is a retail- oriented show. If you are in the market for a new car, or you want to be thrilled by stunt driver Russ Swift, or you are just a petrolhead who wants to soak in the atmosphere of a motor show, the $6 ticket is well worth it.
  • CROWDS have been descending on Singapore Motorshow 2016, lured by the promise of attractive automotive deals. The four-day show is organised by the Motor Traders' Association, a grouping of mainly new car dealers. It started on Thursday and ends on Sunday.
  • CROWDS have been descending on Singapore Motorshow 2016, lured by the promise of attractive automotive deals. The four-day show is organised by the Motor Traders' Association, a grouping of mainly new car dealers. It started on Thursday and ends on Sunday.
  • For its chief engineer, the only competitors of the petrol-electric hybrid are its other models. THE Toyota Prius is the world's best-selling petrol-electric hybrid but Kouji Toyoshima does not regard other fuel-sipping hybrids as the competition. Instead, in his cross hairs are clean diesels and downsized turbocharged models. In other words, the conventional fuel efficient, eco-friendly car.
  • For its chief engineer, the only competitors of the petrol-electric hybrid are its other models. THE Toyota Prius is the world's best-selling petrol-electric hybrid but Kouji Toyoshima does not regard other fuel-sipping hybrids as the competition. Instead, in his cross hairs are clean diesels and downsized turbocharged models. In other words, the conventional fuel efficient, eco-friendly car.
  • Potential car buyers and enthusiasts viewing the displays at the Singapore Motorshow 2016 at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday. Sales at car showrooms surged 59.7 per cent in November compared with the same month in 2014, as consumers looked to replace vehicles bought between 2004 and 2008.
  • Potential car buyers and enthusiasts viewing the displays at the Singapore Motorshow 2016 at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday. Sales at car showrooms surged 59.7 per cent in November compared with the same month in 2014, as consumers looked to replace vehicles bought between 2004 and 2008.
  • If you have read my previous post, 2015 has been a record year for Audi Singapore having sold more than 2,000 cars for the first time in the brand's history. Going into 2016, Audi Singapore launches the all-new Audi A4 and the preview of the Audi R8 during the Singapore Motorshow 2016.
  • Following the success from the 2015 exhibit, the Singapore Motorshow returns for a second consecutive year from 14-17 January 2016 at Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre. Making its debut at the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is the Subaru VIZIV 2 concept car, a next generation crossover vehicle, which similarly to its predecessor, the VIZIV, takes its name from "Vision for Innovation".
  • The record breaking Singapore Motorshow is back for a second year in a row. This year's edition promises to be bigger and better, spanning two floors and featuring even more dealers and car brands. Oneshift.com brings you the latest highlights and promotions of the motor show so that you don't have to go down and rush with the crowd in order to find out what the best deals are.
  • The Singapore Motorshow is back for a second year after its success in 2015! This year, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 promised to be bigger and better, spanning two floors at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from 14th January (Thursday) to 17th January (Sunday). It will feature more than 20 new launches, as well as a showcase of stunt driving by Russ Swift, competitions and entertainment.
  • While buying interest was up just prior to the Singapore Motorshow 2016, which ends on Sunday (Jan 17), the weeks leading up to this one saw a distinct drop in car buying activity. That contributed to the drop in Certificate of Entitlement (COE) prices given Singapore's car sales — controlled by the COE quota — are small and volatile enough to be affected almost at once.
  • Whether you are shopping for a new car deal, or just a motoring enthusiast wanting to check sexy lines and attractive headlights, the Singapore Motor Show 2016 has something for you. The show is held at the Singapore Suntec Convention & Exhibition Center, levels 3 and 4, between 14th Jan to 17th Jan.
  • While buying interest was up just prior to the Singapore Motorshow 2016, which ends on Sunday (Jan 17), the weeks leading up to this one saw a distinct drop in car buying activity. That contributed to the drop in Certificate of Entitlement (COE) prices given Singapore's car sales — controlled by the COE quota — are small and volatile enough to be affected almost at once.
  • The 2016 Singapore Motorshow flagged off yesterday, amid diving COE prices, new model launches and the prospect of more COEs in the coming months. The event, which is being held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre until Sunday, boasts 180 cars - up from 150 last year.
  • The 2016 Singapore Motorshow flagged off yesterday, amid diving COE prices, new model launches and the prospect of more COEs in the coming months. The event, which is being held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre until Sunday, boasts 180 cars - up from 150 last year.
  • Returning for a second conseucutive year, the Singapore Motor Show 2016 sees a vast lineup of new cars launched, as well as new models and concepts on show.
  • Interest in hybrid cars appears to be picking up pace in Singapore. Three new models were launched on Thursday (Jan 14) at the Singapore Motorshow at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre.
  • The 2016 Singapore Motorshow flagged off yesterday, amid diving COE prices, new model launches and the prospect of more COEs in the coming months. The event, which is being held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre until Sunday, boasts 180 cars - up from 150 last year.
  • The 2016 Singapore Motor Show flagged off yesterday, amid diving Certificates of Entitlement (COE) prices, new model launches and the prospect of more COEs in the coming months, reported The Straits Times. The event, which is being held at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre until Sunday, boasts 180 cars - up from 150 last year.
  • With the launch of the Singapore Motorshow 2016 today, other than some serious car shopping, who could possibly ignore the eye-candy standing around? Our boys managed to coax some of the car models to pose for some lovely shots for your viewing pleasure.
  • The cars have come out in force at this year's Singapore Motorshow at Suntec Convention Centre. Along with the high gloss and new-car smell, the lower COE prices and increased quota for the next quarter could see sales revving up.
  • The Singapore Motorshow will be "back with a vengeance", said world famous stunt driver Russ Swift, ahead of the car show's opening on Thursday (Jan 14). This year's Motorshow has been expanded to span two floors at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre., with 24 vehicle brands on display.
  • It's Motor Week in Singapore as the 2016 edition of the Motorshow is happening on January 14, Friday to 17, Sunday. CarBuyer's already given you a few teasers with five things to expect at this year's Singapore Motorshow, and six Japanese cars we can't wait to see, and we make sure you won't get lost with an essential guide to the Motorshow.
  • Motor Image, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the region, has announced plans to launch the Subaru XV and the all new Levorg model at the upcoming Singapore Motor Show 2016. Visitors to the event will also get the chance for a first look at the VIZIV 2 concept car as part of the Subaru showcase.
  • If you're a Singapore Motorshow regular who's been lucky enough to score a ticket to the Russ Swift stunt show, then you're definitely familiar with his feats of driving precision. The precision driver tells us about the unique challenge of performing in Singapore, how he often gets it embarrassingly wrong, and what he really thinks of Lewis Hamilton.
  • 中小型汽车组拥车证成价骤减近一万元,不少车商相应削价,使车价罕见跌破九万元,多家车行昨天也因此门庭若市,买气旺盛,有业者订单更是剧增一倍。主要应付大众市场需求的中小型汽车组(A组),在最新一轮的拥车证投标活动中暴跌约9300元,报4万5002元,创下2011年5月以来的最低价位。配合拥车证成价的最新走势,好些车商特别是亚洲品牌,本周末也相应将部分A组车款价格下调5000元至1万元,以吸引潜在买家。
  • Whether you're a petrolhead in search of automotive nirvana or a family looking for a new ride during this period of relatively low COE prices, you'll want to visit the Singapore Motorshow 2016. The show will be held at Suntec Singapore, levels 3 and 4, from Jan 14 to 17.
  • A SLEW of new models will be launched at next week's Singapore Motorshow 2016 and most of them are Japanese, which is good news for the throngs of replacement buyers expected to enter the market this year. The second instalment of the local automotive event is taking place as car distributors continue to take advantage of the steadily expanding COE quota.
  • Certificate of Entitlement (COE) prices have dropped, which means cars are relatively more affordable than they've been at any time in recent history. Heck, we found nine cars that cost less than $90,000 right here. But more importantly, the Japanese are back in full force as we found last year at the Tokyo Motor Show. At the Singapore Motor Show, which is taking place on January 14 to 17, 2016 at Suntec City Convention Centre, all the major Japanese brands will be present. Here are six cars from the Land of the Rising Sun we can't wait to burst into the exhibition hall and get our fingerprints all over.
  • The Lion City is one of the world's tiniest and toughest markets for new cars, yet they keep coming and carmakers introduce them here like clockwork. This year will be no exception, with enough local debuts in the pipeline for at least one car launch every 10 days till the end of December. A few of the newcomers will be unveiled at the Singapore Motorshow, to be held from Jan 14 to 17 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.
  • Here are the models driving into Singapore over the next 12 months
    The Lion City is one of the world's tiniest and toughest markets for new cars, yet they keep coming and carmakers introduce them here like clockwork.
  • The Singapore Motorshow will return for a new edition from Jan 14 to 17 at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the show will occupy two floors. Level 4 is dedicated to vehicle brands, while Level 3 will feature automotive accessories, products and services. Tickets are priced at $6 and entry is free for those below 120cm.
  • The Singapore Motorshow will return for a new edition from Jan 14 to 17 at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the show will occupy two floors. Level 4 is dedicated to vehicle brands, while Level 3 will feature automotive accessories, products and services. Tickets are priced at $6 and entry is free for those below 120cm.
  • The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second consecutive year from January 14 - 17, 2016 at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.
  • Car enthusiasts, mark your calendars: The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second year from Jan 14 to 17 next year at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in collaboration with MediaCorp and will be expanded to two floors next year: Level 3 will feature various brands for automotive accessories, products and services; while Level 4 will be dedicated to vehicle brands.
  • The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second consecutive year from January 14th to 17th, 2016 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA).
  • Car enthusiasts, mark your calendars: The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second year from Jan 14 to 17 next year at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in collaboration with MediaCorp and will be expanded to two floors next year: Level 3 will feature various brands for automotive accessories, products and services; while Level 4 will be dedicated to vehicle brands.
  • The 2016 edition will be expanded to two floors of the exhibition center, with one level dedicated to vehicle brands and another featuring various brands for automotive accessories, products and services. The motorshow is presented by Motor Traders…
  • The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second consecutive year from January 14 to 17, 2016 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA), in collaboration with MediaCorp.
  • Expect a bigger display when the Singapore Motorshow returns on Jan 14 to 17 next year. A total of 24 vehicle brands will be participating in the show, organisers said in a press release on Wednesday (Oct 7). Stunt driver Russ Swift will also return to Singapore to show off some fast and furious moves at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre.
  • Car enthusiasts, mark your calendars: The Singapore Motorshow will be returning for a second year from Jan 14 to 17 next year at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Featuring 24 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2016 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA) in collaboration with MediaCorp and will be expanded to two floors next year: Level 3 will feature various brands for automotive accessories, products and services; while Level 4 will be dedicated to vehicle brands.