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  • Mitsubishi Triton 4×4 Adventure in Desa Tebrau, Johor Bahru this weekend promises plenty of off-road thrills

    Intrigued by off-roading and would like to find out what it’s all about? Well, if you happen to be in Johor Bahru, you’ll be able to experience the thrill of off-roading first-hand at the Mitsubishi Triton 4×4 Adventure happening this weekend.

    The event, which is organised by Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), is set to take place on November 23 and 24 (this Saturday and Sunday) at Linear Park, Desa Tebrau, from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm. Admission to the event is free.

    Participants will be able to test drive the Mitsubishi Triton over a number of obstacle courses. There’s the Devil’s Angle, which will take the pick-up down a hill slope to understand the Hill Descent Control function on the vehicle. There’s also the chance to do the dirty in the Mud Pit and sample the Triton over a Log and Roll course.

    Visitors to the event can also take part in the Mitsubishi Agility Challenge to test the handling of the Triton. To win, participants are required to complete a course involving slalom, sharp cornering and manoeuvre exercises as well as complete a parking challenge in a tight space within the shortest time. Points will be earned for every completion of a challenge, and winners stand to get RM700 in cash daily.

    That’s not all. Visitors can test drive a Mitsubishi vehicle at the event and stand to win a daily grand prize of RM888 in cash as well as an iPhone 11, the winner of which will be announced on November 24. Additionally, the first 100 participants to test drive any Mitsubishi vehicle will receive a free Boba Tea drink from The Alley.

    Customers who put a booking fee of RM300 for any new Mitsubishi vehicle at the event will receive an exclusive Ralliart tumbler, while those who book and register a new Triton VGT Adventure X, Triton VGT AT Premium and Triton VGT MT Premium can choose to go with an interest rate of up to 0.88% (only with Maybank or Public Bank) or a cash rebate. The promotion is valid until December 31, 2019.

  • Renault Koleos launched in Malaysia from RM180k – standard and Signature, available on Subscription

    Renault franchise holder in Malaysia TC Euro Cars has announced the official launch of the Renault Koleos facelift, which was previewed at this year’s Premium Auto Car Expo (PACE) earlier this month.

    Two variants of the Koleos are offered – the standard trim and Signature, which are priced at RM179,888 and RM189,888 respectively; both prices are on-the-road without insurance. Customers who make bookings will receive rewards for their trade-ins, and the new Koleos comes with a free service package for five years or 100,000 km, whichever comes first. Warranty is five years, manufacturer-covered with unlimited mileage.

    Both variants of the 2019 Koleos are powered by a 2.5 litre, naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine which produces 171 PS at 6,000 rpm and 226 Nm of torque at 4,400 rpm. This is paired to an X-Tronic CVT which drives the front wheels, and returns a combined fuel consumption figure of 8.1 l/100 km.

    Some differences show up here compared to the preview vehicle shown at PACE 2019; the facelifted Koleos gets 19-inch wheels and 225/55 tyres in Signature trim, while doing wthout the Bose speakers of the preview show car. The Signature trim also adds a panoramic sunroof, whereas the standard model rolls on 18-inch wheels with 225/60 tyres.

    The existing Universal White and Black Metallic colours are carried over, with the new additions being Amethyst Black, Millesime Red, and Ultra Silver. Inside, standard equipment on the facelifted Koleos includes the R-Link 2 infotainment system with a portrait-oriented 8.7-inch touchscreen with capacitive touchscreen functions such as two-finger zooming and page scrolling, and is compatible with Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay.

    Further features include USB and 3.5 mm auxiliary audio connectivity, SD card slot and a 12-volt power supply along with Bluetooth for phone and audio functions. Voice recognition is also employed for telephone functions. Riviera leather upholstery features on both the base and Signature variants; black for the former and brown for the Signature, which also adds satin chrome trim.

    Safety equipment for the Koleos is comprised of two adaptive front airbags, two lateral/thorax airbags for front occupants and two curtain rer ISOFIX child seat anchors, all-round load-limiting and pretensioning seatbelts, blind sport warning system, stability and traction control, brake assist, EBD and hill start assist, along with front, rear and side parking sensors and rear-view camera.

    Besides the conventional hire-purchase route to car ownership, the Renault Subscription scheme is offered in two plans – Fixed or Switch. The Fixed plan offers use of the Koleos from RM2,299 per month for durations between one and two years, with costs of road tax, insurance and servicing covered by the plan. Alternatively, the Switch plan offers the Captur crossover as its base model from RM1,999 per month, with the option to upgrade to the Koleos or the Megane RS 280 Cup.

    GALLERY: Renault Koleos facelift previewed at PACE 2019

  • Lynk & Co 01 HEV revealed – hybrid SUV with 1.5L three-cylinder, 197 PS, 355 Nm, 4.8 litres per 100 km

    Continuing its trend of revealing its cars on social media, fledgling millennial-oriented brand Lynk & Co has gone to WeChat to release the first images and specifications of a new hybrid version of its 01 SUV. Called simply the 01 HEV, the car takes most of the mechanicals of the plug-in hybrid model (which in turn is related to the Volvo XC40 T5 Twin Engine) and distils them into a simpler – and presumably cheaper – package.

    Whereas regular petrol models are powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the HEV makes use of the smaller 1.5 litre three-pot, which in the PHEV makes 180 PS and 260 Nm of torque. A smaller, less powerful electric motor linked to the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission means that the total system output is 197 PS and 355 Nm, rather than PHEV’s 262 PS total.

    That’s still enough for it to get from zero to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds, while combined fuel consumption is rated at 4.8 litres per 100 km. The smaller battery of unspecified capacity continues to be located along the spine of the car, ensuring that passenger and boot space are unaffected. The car also comes in Eco, Comfort and Sport driving modes, adapting the powertrain characteristics to suit.

    The hybrid powertrain is the third configuration of the 1.5 litre turbo three-cylinder jointly developed by parent companies Geely and Volvo, after the petrol and plug-in hybrid versions. Could it be offered in Proton models over here instead of the complex and expensive PHEV version?

  • November 2019 week 4 fuel price – RON 97 down 4 sen

    Another Friday, and so it’s time for that usual weekly price announcement for RON 97 petrol. The fuel is set to be cheaper this coming week (November 23 to 29), down four sen to RM2.66 per litre from the RM2.70 per litre last week.

    No change of course to RON 95 petrol, which continues to stay at its fixed price ceiling of RM2.08 per litre. It’s the same for diesel – the price of Euro 2M diesel remains at RM2.18 per litre, and Euro 5 diesel, which costs 10 sen more, stays fixed at RM2.28 per litre.

    According to the finance ministry, Automatic Price Mechanism (APM) calculations show that RON 95 and diesel fuels would be priced at RM2.36 and RM2.27 per litre respectively if there were no price cap in place. It added that for the period of November 23 until November 29, the government will absorb a total of RM111.56 million to subsidise these fuels.

    These prices will remain effective until the next fuel price adjustment is announced on November 29. This is the 46th edition of the weekly fuel pricing format which is announced every Friday and runs from Saturday until the following Friday. This pricing and subsidy system will come to and end when the government begins its targeted petrol subsidy programme (PSP) for RON 95 petrol early next year.

  • VIDEO: Mitsubishi Triton with #KemonCrew – maintenance costs compared to other pick-up trucks

    It’s no secret that maintenance costs is a key determining factor when Malaysians shop for a pick-up truck. As these vehicles are workhorses at heart, with their owners’ livelihoods at stake, it would make sense to get one that costs less to run, making for potentially hefty savings in the long run – especially as pick-ups are increasingly performing a dual role of being everyday family cars as well.

    That’s the focus of today’s video, where the #KemonCrew compare the Mitsubishi Triton‘s maintenance costs against two of its main competitors – the Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger. Well, at least our man Hafriz Shah does, as Joe and Kamal are too busy trying to “review” the Triton, to hilarious effect.

    As you can see, the Mitsubishi with the 2.4 litre MIVEC turbodiesel is the cheapest to maintain over five years or 100,000 km, at RM5,903 versus RM6,427 for the Hilux 2.8 and RM7,348 for the Ranger 2.0 Bi-Turbo 4×4. What’s more, the Triton also has the longest warranty, at five years or 200,000 km.

    So watch the video above and let us know what you think in the comments section after the jump. For a more detailed breakdown, check out our comparison between the three pick-ups here.

  • Tesla Cybertruck unveiled – space-age design electric pick-up with 800 km range, 0-96 km/h in 2.9 seconds

    Tesla has unveiled its all-electric pick-up truck, the styling of which can be described as visionary. The Cybertruck, as it’s called, is nothing like its type designation suggests, looking like something right at home in a sci-fi movie or a Bertone design book from the ’70s.

    If the looks suggest that the imposing vehicle is ready for Armageddon, the specifications agree – the Cybertruck features what the company says is an impenetrable exo-skeleton, with every component designed for superior strength and endurance.

    The list is led by an Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin, and even the glass is armoured – Tesla claims that the ultra-strong glass and polymer-layered composite that is used is able to absorb and redirect impact force for improved performance and damage tolerance. The material however, didn’t fare too well during the launch event, cracking when a metal ball was thrown at it (Elon Musk said that this shortcoming will be fixed).

    Fragile glass aside, the rest of the numbers continue the might parade. The Cybertruck has an operating range of more than 800 km (500 miles) on a single charge in the most efficient examples, with base versions managing more than 400 km.

    It can also haul up to 1,590 kg (or 3,500 lbs) in payload and has a towing capacity of 6,350 kg (14,000 lbs) to boot. Of course, the Cybertruck is also fast, capable of doing the sprint from standstill to 96 km/h (60 mph) in just 2.9 seconds, which is supercar territory.

    Design features include an adaptive, self-leveling air suspension that’s also adjustable – the system can raise and lower the vehicle by 100 mm (four inches) in either direction for easy access, especially to the vault, the description given to the 100 cubic feet of exterior, lockable storage secured by a tonneau cover that the automaker says is strong enough to stand on. Hope it’s sturdier than the glass.

    Inside, the cabin seats six comfortably, with additional storage under the second-row seats. Kit includes an advanced 17-inch central touchscreen with an all-new customized user interface, as well as on-board power and compressed air, useful for those camping expeditions owners may take with the truck.

    The Cybertruck will come in three variants, Single Motor Rear-Wheel Drive, Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, and Tri Motor All-Wheel Drive. In the US, pricing will start from US$39,900 (RM166,360) for the Single Motor, while that for the Dual Motor begins from US$49,500 (RM206,400). The Tri-Motor tops the list at US$69,900 (RM291,500), and ticking the self-driving option will add another US$7,000 (RM29,200) to the price tag.

    The company says that the first customer deliveries of the Cybertruck will begin in late 2021, with production of the Tri Motor AWD version expected to begin in late 2022.

  • Lexus UX 300e pure EV – 400 km range, 204 PS/300 Nm, ‘paddle-shift’ braking regen, Active Sound Control

    Lexus has unveiled its first battery-electric vehicle, the UX 300e ahead of its public showing at the Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition in China which takes place from November 22 until December 1. Starting with the UX crossover as a base, Lexus has given the hitherto partially electrified model a full-electric powertrain.

    The brand’s smallest SUV’s electric powertrain features a front-mounted motor producing 204 PS and 300 Nm of torque, positioning this above the 184 PS from the 2.0 litre Atkinson-cycle engine in the UX 250h hybrid and the 169 hp/205 Nm of the petrol-powered UX 200.

    Motive power for the UX 300e is supplied via a 54.3 kWh lithium-ion battery pack which provides range of up to 400 km, and this can be charged on standard AC at a maximum rate of 6.6 kW, or on a fast DC charger at a maximum rate of 50 kW.

    The GA-C architecture of the UX has been given structural enhancements with additional bracing and revised damping to ‘match the dynamic changes of electrification’, says Lexus. The UX 300e has been given additional insulation to suppress external noises such as from wind or debris pick up by the tyres, which would be otherwise be concealed by the sounds of a conventional powertrain, the company said.

    These measures make the UX 300e one of the quietest in its class, Lexus adds. The UX 300e visually remains similar to its petrol-fed siblings, though it does get special aerodynamic wheels as well as an underbody cover to smooth airflow for aiding efficiency and reducing wind noise.

    Silence may be golden to some, but Lexus has also added Active Sound Control to produce ambient sounds for an aural understanding of driving conditions and a more natural feeling for its occupants, the company said. The UX 300e offers a selection of driver characteristics from its Drive Mode Select function, while ‘shift’ paddles behind the steering wheel offer four different levels of braking regeneration.

    The battery in the UX 300e crossover is equipped with a temperature management system for operation in high and low ambient temperatures, while reliability is also improved with the use of multiple monitoring systems to regulate battery charging and to prevent situations such as overcharging.

    Connectivity to the UX 300e is offered via the LexusLink smartphone app, which enables drivers to check on parameters such as battery state of charge and available range. Further functions also include a time to inform the driver when the vehicle will be fully charged, or to schedule charging for when the vehicle is next expected to be driven, or when energy prices are lower.

    This app also enables the remote access to the car’s climate control, so that it can be suitably warmed or cooled before entry. The Lexus UX 300e is set to go on sale in Europe and China next year, and subsequently enter the Japanese market in 2021.

  • X167 Mercedes-Maybach GLS revealed in Guangzhou, jettisons third-row seats in favour of ultimate luxury

    Mercedes-AMG may have turned the GLS’ performance up to 11 at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show, but halfway across the world at Auto Guangzhou in China, another Mercedes-Benz division is showing the ultimate expression of the massive SUV in terms of comfort and luxury, and here it is – the Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4Matic.

    This enormous leviathan takes full advantage of the generous dimensions of the standard GLS, which Mercedes rather self-indulgently calls “the S-Class of SUVs”. Unlike the Maybach version of the Sonderklasse, the body hasn’t been stretched in any way, shape or form, still measuring 5,205 mm long (just 41 mm shorter than a long-wheelbase S-Class) with a 3,135 mm wheelbase.

    But because this is an SUV (and not a sedan with a separate boot), Mercedes has managed to fit a far more capacious seating area within the same box. It has done this by deleting the third row of seats, so that it can push the remaining rear seats some 120 mm aft to provide otherworldly amounts of rear legroom – with the front passenger seat adjusted to the “chauffeur” position, rear occupants have up to 1.34 metres to lounge in.

    The outer rear seats – which can be reclined by up to 43.5 degrees and come as standard with ottomans and memory, heating, ventilation and massage functions – have also been moved 30 mm inboard to free up more elbow room, to the detriment of the centre passenger, of course. No matter, because you can kick the sole peasant out in favour of four full-sized seats and a full-length centre console.

    Flowing downwards from the wood-lined boot separator, this console features a lockable storage compartment or a refrigerator for your Moët, ahead of which sits an armrest that can also optionally be heated. Passengers will also find cupholders that can be heated or cooled, depending on their choosing. The working executive can also option the car with a 230-volt power socket and folding tables, while a pair of silver champagne flutes, hidden within the lockable lid, can be purchased from the accessories catalogue.

    Regardless of the seating configuration you plump for, you get power-adjustable headrests with additional cushioning, an aeroplane-style “tidy up” button to return all the seats to their original positions and a removable MBUX Rear Tablet for controlling various functions. A Qi wireless smartphone charging pad and an MBUX Rear Seat Entertainment System are also available as options.

    The rest of the cabin is no less opulent, with Nappa leather covering pretty much everything you’ll touch, such as the dashboard, the steering wheel (including the airbag boss, with a wooden rim optional), the front grab handles and the box-pleated seats. Even more cowhide can be specified with the designo Leather package, adding leather-lined rear ottomans and throw cushions.

    Meanwhile, the list of wood decors include two pinstriped options, while the 64-colour ambient lighting system has been expanded, enveloping the rear seats and tablet, as well as lining the standard panoramic roof. The twin 12.3-inch displays continue to run the MBUX infotainment system, with the Maybach getting an exclusive Maybach Classic display scheme incorporating a dark blue background and rose gold dials.

    Other features unique to the Maybach GLS include a standard-fit Burmester sound system with an integrated two-way intercom between the front and rear seats, along with a redesigned four-zone climate control system. The latter features an air quality sensor, a windscreen humidity sensor and fan motors that sit on rubberised bearings to minimise noise, plus coated air vents that further dampen the sound of the airflow.

    Isolating the occupants even more is the standard Airmatic air suspension with the Adaptive Damping System (ADS+), with the 48-volt E-Active Body Control roll stabilisation system offered as an option. The car uses a stereo camera to scan the road surface and adjust the suspension to suit, and it can also tilt into a corner like a motorcycle to improve comfort.

    A special Maybach drive mode further adds the serenity by tuning the suspension for the lowest possible amount of body movement, using a vibration node to tune out any unwanted amplitudes in the ride. It also flattens the accelerator curve, minimises gearshifts, uses second gear to step off and turns off the automatic engine start/stop system, all in the name of uninterrupted peace and quiet.

    Not that the Maybach GLS isn’t able to fire down the road at spectacular pace when needed, because it gets an M177 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8, delivering 558 PS from 6,000 to 6,500 rpm and 730 Nm of torque between 2,500 and 5,000 rpm. There’s also a 48-volt EQ Boost mild hybrid system that temporarily adds another 22 PS and 250 Nm for even more brute force, along with a 9G-Tronic nine-speed automatic gearbox.

    Throw in the 4Matic all-wheel drive system that can send up to 100% of the torque to either the front or the rear axles, and the result is a 2,785 kg behemoth that can get from zero to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds. On the flip side, the hybrid powertrain features cylinder deactivation and kinetic energy recuperation to save fuel, although even with all that, fuel consumption is still rated at a not-insignificant 11.7 to 12.0 litres per 100 km.

    On the outside, the Maybach GLS is set apart from its lesser siblings through the trademark grille with vertical slats, a chrome mesh air intake, chrome front and rear bumper guards, gloss black lower body panels and a chrome-plated B-pillar. Retractable aluminium side steps come as standard, as does the Maybach projection lighting. The car is offered with 22- and 23-inch alloy wheel options and a range of outlandish two-tone paints.

  • Five-year maintenance costs for Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger, Mitsubishi Triton pick-up trucks compared

    This is among the more frequent questions that we get – maintenance costs for pick-up trucks. The interest in one-tonne pick-up trucks as urban machines for daily use has been rising over the years, and it’s now common to see trucks sporting features – whether convenience or safety – that are on par with passenger cars.

    The seemingly good value of trucks compared to the garden variety sedan or SUV also helps – it does appear like one’s getting a lot of metal for the money. And that’s before taking into account the natural attributes of a truck that’s perfect for urban warfare – high ground clearance and water wading capability for floods, and a high vantage point of a driving position. Of course, they look really macho doing it, too.

    It’s only natural then that maintenance costs for these robust 4WD trucks are higher than the typical passenger car, but how do they compare with each other? The three most popular pick-up trucks in Malaysia by sales are the Toyota Hilux, Mitsubishi Triton and Ford Ranger. We’ve obtained the official service menu from the manufacturers and collated the figures for you here.

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    These are figures comparing service costs up to five years or 100,000 km. We’ve picked the range-topping variants to compare – the Toyota Hilux 2.8L (RM140,088 for the Black Edition), the 2.4L Mitsubishi Triton Adventure X (RM137,900) and the Ford Ranger 2.0L Bi-Turbo (RM144,888 for the Wildtrak). All these big boys have automatic transmissions and 4×4.

    Not everything is like-for-like – for instance, the service interval for the Hilux is 5,000 km or three months, versus the 10,000 km/six months of the Triton and Ranger. Along with the shorter service interval (which not everyone might be happy with), Toyota recommends mineral oil while the other two use fully synthetic engine oil.

    There are other variables too. Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) change is included in the Triton’s 100,000 km service menu, whereas it’s recommended for the Hilux owner at the 80,000 km service. You won’t find the ATF mention in Ford’s menu because a recommended change is very far down the road at 250,000 km, costing RM721.10.

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    So, as you can see, based on official figures, the Triton Adventure X will cost the least to maintain in five years at RM5,903, followed by the Hilux 2.8L at RM6,427. The Ranger 2.0L Bi-Turbo will need RM7,347 from you over five years. It has to be said that the differences aren’t huge for vehicles that are priced some way above RM100k, but they are there.

    Also, this is purely comparing maintenance and service costs. Total ownership costs will differ once you factor in things such as road tax (the 2.0L Ranger owner will pay significantly less than 2.8L Hilux owner, for instance) and fuel consumption. Of course, the length of the factory warranty matters, and in this department Mitsubishi is the clear winner – the Triton comes with a five-year/200,000 km warranty, ahead of the Hilux at five years/150,000 km and the Ranger at three years/100,000 km.

    It must also be said that no one makes a purchase decision purely based on dollars and cents, especially since the top tier trucks are all trading on design and lifestyle as much as things such as FC and running costs. Buy something that you truly like.

    Clockwise from top: official service menus for Ranger, Hilux and Triton. Click to enlarge

    While compiling the figures, we noticed a couple of things. Mitsubishi’s service menu is the most comprehensive, listing down the services and parts that need to be done and/or replaced at each point. Prices for each Triton service is generally higher than that of the Hilux (there are two sessions that breach RM1,000, for instance), but bear in mind the service interval difference – Hilux owners will need to send their truck in twice more than the Triton owner, and the Toyota’s 80,000 km service is the costliest one listed here, at RM1,247 (inclusive of ATF change).

    In terms of the price difference between services, the Ford Ranger owner can afford to “close eyes” and handover the credit card, as prices are the most consistent – you’ll be paying around the same fee each time (ranges between RM571 and RM928). On the other hand, Hilux servicing costs range from RM117 to RM1,247, so you’ll better have funds in hand. Note that this is purely a guide based on figures that are publicly available – if you need a detailed breakdown and itemised billing, refer to the official service centres.

    In conclusion, if you’re wondering which of the three most popular pick-up trucks in Malaysia is the cheapest to maintain, it’s the Mitsubishi Triton – plus it has the longest warranty as well. Of course, maintenance costs alone is not the be-all and end-all of truck ownership; choosing the right one for yourself goes much further than that, but since a lot of potential owners have been asking for this, well, now you know.

  • New 40kW DC fast charging facility in Klang Valley – Vision Motor Sports offers free use, AC charging soon

    Electric vehicle owners, take note. Another DC fast charging (DCFC) facility is now available in the Klang Valley, and the good news is that there will be no cost involved for its use. Vision Motor Sports, which is located in Kampung Sungai Kayu Ara is offering free charging of EVs at its facility.

    The unit on site is a Exicom Harmony DC wallbox charger supporting Combined Charging System (CCS) Type 1/Type 2 and CHAdeMo charging standards, and in this particular application has a 40 kW power rating. Vehicle models that will be able to utilise the fast charger at the Petaling Jaya location are battery EVs.

    Locally, the list of applicable models include the BMW i3s, Nissan Leaf (both first- and second-gen, through their CHAdeMo port) and of course, Teslas. First- and second-gen Renault Zoe models won’t be able to take advantage of the DCFC, because only the third-gen version has CCS capability.

    Essentially, the DC route means that the fast charger won’t be of any use to Mercedes-Benz or BMW plug-in hybrids such as the BMW X5 xDrive40e and F30 330e, which are AC-based, but owners of these will be pleased to note that the company is set to install an AC charger on the same premises very soon, ideal for top-ups – this will be a 22 kW Type 2 unit, also made by Exicom.

    The new charging facility will be of particular interest to BMW i3s (via CCS) and Leaf owners or subscribers (via CHAdeMo) residing nearby the Vision Motor Sports facility (location here), providing them with a quicker alternative to charging in a public area.

    In the case of the Leaf, this offers them a faster means of juicing up the car than the free use of the 6.6 kW wallbox at Nissan dealerships operated by ETCM in the city. The new Leaf is capable of receiving up to 50 kW via its CHAdeMO port, which will fully charge the Leaf in about an hour.

    The Vision Motor Sports 40 kW DC fast charger joins a small list of DC charging stations in the country.. Other locations offering DC charging include ABB Malaysia (Subang Jaya), Nichicon (Bandar Baru Bangi) and PLUS (Ayer Keroh R&R).


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