• Mahaleel’s Job On The Line

    Proton Holdings Bhd is holding an emergency board meeting today (June 30th 2005) over it’s CEO’s criticisms against the government’s automotive policy in the Oriental Daily newspaper. Details here. Is this the end of Tengku’s […]

     


  • Naza to Sell Rebranded Peugeot 206

    Naza signed an agreement with French automobile company Peugeot S.A. yesterday (29/6/2005) for the rights to assemble and distribute the Peugeot 206 model in Malaysia and possibly South-east Asia. Update: Naza has launched the Naza […]

     



  • Petrol prices to go up again

    Petrol prices to go up again

    Petrol prices in Malaysia are expected to go up again because of the hike in crude oil prices worldwide. One barrel of crude oil went up to an all time high of USD$60 (roughly RM228) […]

     


  • Keadilan Powered by Mambo!

    Keadilan Powered by Mambo!

    Mambo is quickly becoming the defacto CMS because of it’s extremely easy to use interface, wealth of add-ons and templates and also because of the security issues that plagues the Nuke series of CMSes. Parti […]

     


  • One Up For FreeBSD Evangelists

    One Up For FreeBSD Evangelists

    “I wouldn’t have to create Linux if there wasn’t any lawsuit against BSD in the early 90`s. It wouldn’t be necesary”. – Linux Torvalds. [ Source ] I predict this line would be quoted by […]

     


  • Rafidah’s Cheap Shots At Mahaleel

    An article in The Edge Daily on 28th June 2005… Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz has told Proton Holdings Bhd not to point fingers at others for its own shortcomings, […]

     


  • Perodua Myvi Handbrake Problem

    Perodua Myvi Handbrake Problem

    A forumer dawn at the Perodua Myvi Forums has alerted us of a problem with the Perodua Myvi rear drum brakes. Apparently something is wrong with the left rear drum brake, causing the handbrake to […]

     


  • Volkswagen and Proton

    Volkswagen and Proton

    Volkswagen and Proton does share some similiarities. Both have been labelled as People Movers, providing affordable cars to it’s respective countries. Proton has been unable to break that generalization, but at it’s current stage I […]

     


 
 
 

Latest Fuel Prices

PETROL
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RON 97 RM2.60 (-0.06)
RON 100 RM3.08
VPR RM3.30
DIESEL
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EURO 5 RM2.28 (0.00)
Last Updated 14 Jun 2018