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BOC destroys 21 smuggled cars in Manila and Cagayan de Oro

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) destroyed 21 smuggled cars worth P58 million in Manila and Cagayan de Oro today. 

Seven vehicles from the Manila International Container Port (MICP), Port of Manila (POM), and Port of Subic were gathered then crushed in Port Area, Manila.

The smuggled cars are: A brand-new McLaren 620R, used Hyundai Genesis from POM, 2007 Bentley, Porsche 911 C2S, and a Mercedes-Benz from MICP. The Bentley, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz are also used-cars, the BOC said. 

Bureau of Customs

Bureau of Customs

A Lotus and a Toyota Solara from the Port of Subic were also destroyed. 

In the Port of Cagayan de Oro, 14 Mitsubishi jeeps seized in that area were likewise destroyed at Diamond Logistic in Baloy, Barangay Tablon, according to a report from the Philippines News Agency (PNA).

The vehicles were shipped into the country by different consignees, and seized on separate occasions from 2018 to 2020, the PNA report added. 

The destruction of the vehicles is pursuant to the Presidential Directive 2017-447, in which President Duterte reiterated the need to destroy smuggled vehicles. 

Photos from the Bureau of Customs

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BOC destroys 21 smuggled cars in Manila and Cagayan de Oro

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) destroyed 21 smuggled cars worth P58 million in Manila and Cagayan de Oro today. 

Seven vehicles from the Manila International Container Port (MICP), Port of Manila (POM), and Port of Subic were gathered then crushed in Port Area, Manila.

The smuggled cars are: A brand-new McLaren 620R, used Hyundai Genesis from POM, 2007 Bentley, Porsche 911 C2S, and a Mercedes-Benz from MICP. The Bentley, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz are also used-cars, the BOC said. 

Bureau of Customs

Bureau of Customs

A Lotus and a Toyota Solara from the Port of Subic were also destroyed. 

In the Port of Cagayan de Oro, 14 Mitsubishi jeeps seized in that area were likewise destroyed at Diamond Logistic in Baloy, Barangay Tablon, according to a report from the Philippines News Agency (PNA).

The vehicles were shipped into the country by different consignees, and seized on separate occasions from 2018 to 2020, the PNA report added. 

The destruction of the vehicles is pursuant to the Presidential Directive 2017-447, in which President Duterte reiterated the need to destroy smuggled vehicles. 

Photos from the Bureau of Customs

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BOC destroys 21 smuggled cars in Manila and Cagayan de Oro

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) destroyed 21 smuggled cars worth P58 million in Manila and Cagayan de Oro today. 

Seven vehicles from the Manila International Container Port (MICP), Port of Manila (POM), and Port of Subic were gathered then crushed in Port Area, Manila.

The smuggled cars are: A brand-new McLaren 620R, used Hyundai Genesis from POM, 2007 Bentley, Porsche 911 C2S, and a Mercedes-Benz from MICP. The Bentley, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz are also used-cars, the BOC said. 

Bureau of Customs

Bureau of Customs

A Lotus and a Toyota Solara from the Port of Subic were also destroyed. 

In the Port of Cagayan de Oro, 14 Mitsubishi jeeps seized in that area were likewise destroyed at Diamond Logistic in Baloy, Barangay Tablon, according to a report from the Philippines News Agency (PNA).

The vehicles were shipped into the country by different consignees, and seized on separate occasions from 2018 to 2020, the PNA report added. 

The destruction of the vehicles is pursuant to the Presidential Directive 2017-447, in which President Duterte reiterated the need to destroy smuggled vehicles. 

Photos from the Bureau of Customs

Also read

BOC seizes 4 suspected ‘hot cars’

Customs operatives seize smuggled McLaren 620R

BOC destroys 21 smuggled cars in Manila and Cagayan de Oro

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) destroyed 21 smuggled cars worth P58 million in Manila and Cagayan de Oro today. 

Seven vehicles from the Manila International Container Port (MICP), Port of Manila (POM), and Port of Subic were gathered then crushed in Port Area, Manila.

The smuggled cars are: A brand-new McLaren 620R, used Hyundai Genesis from POM, 2007 Bentley, Porsche 911 C2S, and a Mercedes-Benz from MICP. The Bentley, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz are also used-cars, the BOC said. 

Bureau of Customs

Bureau of Customs

A Lotus and a Toyota Solara from the Port of Subic were also destroyed. 

In the Port of Cagayan de Oro, 14 Mitsubishi jeeps seized in that area were likewise destroyed at Diamond Logistic in Baloy, Barangay Tablon, according to a report from the Philippines News Agency (PNA).

The vehicles were shipped into the country by different consignees, and seized on separate occasions from 2018 to 2020, the PNA report added. 

The destruction of the vehicles is pursuant to the Presidential Directive 2017-447, in which President Duterte reiterated the need to destroy smuggled vehicles. 

Photos from the Bureau of Customs

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Make Father’s Day more special with these freebies from Subaru

Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the Philippines, has a special treat for its customers who will visit selected Subaru showrooms on June 18 to 20 and June 25 to 27, 2021.

Freebies await not just fathers, but all customers who will drop by Subaru Greenhills, Subaru Manila Bay, Subaru C5 Pasig, and Subaru Global City on the aforementioned dates.

All walk-in customers, as well as those who book an appointment in advance, will instantly receive a limited-edition Subaru keychain upon arrival at the showroom.

Customers who will test drive any Subaru model can also receive either a Subaru STI die-cast car (scale model), a leather cardholder, or a Subaru disc brake key chain.

In addition, those who will book or reserve any Subaru vehicle during the said promo dates can choose from Subaru’s free interior detailing package, exterior detailing package, or sanitation package.

Motor Image Pilipinas will also give away surprise freebies for lucky customers. According to the local arm of the Japanese carmaker, all of these special offers may be availed on top of all of Subaru’s other awesome deals for the month of June.

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