• Volkswagen’s TSI Engine

    Volkswagen produced this infomercial for the Volkswagen TSI Series of engines. Volkswagen aimed to produce a motor that both offered fuel economy as well as performance, together with driving comfort in the sense that driving […]

     


  • CKD Suzuki Swift to be roughly 30% cheaper?

    The first locally assembled 1.5 litre Suzuki Swift rolled off DRB-HICOM’s fully robotic welding assembly line in Pekan last Saturday. The robotic welding line costs RM20 million and is the first non-national local assembly plant […]

     


  • Toyota Premio for the JDM market

    The Toyota Premio is an edgier, more aggressive, and more chromy version of the Toyota Allion, but is essentially the same car, with difference mostly with the exterior only. The interior is pretty much the […]

     


  • Toyota launches new 2007 Toyota Allion for JDM

    Toyota has updated it’s Toyota Allion mid-sized sedan for the Japanese Domestic Market. By JDM, it means it is a car that most likely won’t be seen anywhere outside Japan, unless someone wealthy brings it […]

     




  • Volkswagen CrossPolo – 1.6 with 6 airbags!

    Volkswagen Malaysia has just launched it’s new CrossPolo B-segment vehicle. The CrossPolo, and it’s less cross sibling the Polo are slotted between the Volkswagen Fox and the larger Volkswagen Golf. There is even a GTI […]

     


  • Khazanah says talks with Volkswagen still on

    Contradictory to what the Prime Minister mentioned yesterday, Khazanah Nasional who owns about 43% of Proton and spearheads the talks between Proton and a potential stakeholding partner has said that it is still in talks […]

     


  • 2007 BMW X5 4.8i M Sport

    For a short while, the only way you could get a pimped out E70 BMW X5 was to buy the Hamann-tuned version, but that might look too unsubtle for some of your tastes. Now you […]

     


  • Proton in the red for financial year 2006

    Proton has posted it’s fourth straight quarterly loss amounting to RM11.8 million (pre-tax) for the first three months of 2007, compared to a profit of RM129.9 million ringgit during the first three months of 2006. […]

     


 
 
 

Latest Fuel Prices

PETROL
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VPR RM3.17
DIESEL
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EURO 5 RM2.28 (0.00)
Last Updated 12 Apr 2018