coty_1112After 12 months, the Car Awards Group Inc. (CAGI) is once again ready to crown a new Car of the Year for 2011 - 2012. Scheduled on the opening day of the 8th Manila International Auto Show, the awards night will be held on March 29, 2012 at the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) in Pasay City.
The entires are open to all new passenger and commercial vehicles introduced between November 1, 2012 and October 31, 2011. This year, a total of 36 cars in 13 different categories are vying for the title as the 2011 - 2012 Car of the Year Philippines (COTY-P) and range from as small as a basic mini car to a full-sized luxury SUV.
Global ink and toner experts, Cartridge World Philippines has signed up to support the search for 2011 - 2012 Car of the Year-Philippines (COTY-P). Organized by the Car Awards Group Inc. (CAGI), this year's quest involves over 40 vehicles in 10 categories - all vying for the coveted title of Car of the Year.

Cartridge World Philippines counts car dealers and manufacturers among its client base. According to its Chair and CEO Babylyn Decena-Newfield, an avowed car enthusiast: "We want to be part of the industry in our own little way by partnering with CAGI. Our products and services may not be aligned with the industry, but complements the idea behind the value of approved and quality products."  
By offering remanufactured and refilled ink and laser toner cartridges, Cartridge World Philippines also believes it is reducing waste and helping protect the environment.
Words by Christopher Kho
The Car Awards Group Inc. (CAGI) officially gears up for 2011 - 2012 Car of the Year Philippines (COTY-P), with a launch held last August 26, 2011 at the Congo Grille El Pueblo in Ortigas Center, Pasig City. The special event was attended by representatives from the various car manufacturers in the Philippines, sponsors, special guests, and motoring journalists. Now on its 8th year, CAGI is once again on the search for the country's best on four wheels.  
Nominees vying for this year's COTY title are open to all new passenger and commercial vehicles introduced in the Philippine market within November 1, 2010 to October 31, 2011. Re-introduced models that have undergone a “facelift” or a minor model change within the said period, however, must have revisions in the drivetrain, suspension, or engine line-up to be eligible.
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