• Mercedes Benz popular among youth

    Hmm. According to Naza Group head honcho Tan Sri Nasimudin S.M. Amin, Mercedes Benz is now getting popular with youths as young as 22 years old, especially the C and A class (though the source […]

     



  • BMW Auto Park

    Nice video on BMW’s prototype Auto Park system. The narration is in German though, so I don’t really have any idea what they are going on about. But it’s pretty cool watching the 5-series station […]

     


  • Volkswagen in talks with Cycle and Carriage Bintang

    Volskwagen AG is in talks with Cycle and Carriage Bintang Bhd for a dealership agreement. Cycle and Carriage Bintang currently distributes Mazda, Peugeot and Mercedes Benz marques in Malaysia. Well, looks like there we have […]

     


  • Perodua targets 27 percent market share

    Perodua aims to increase it’s automotive market share to 27 percent from the 25.3 percent it achieved in 2005. The latest Perodua Myvi waiting list statistics – 90,000 bookings so far, 45,000 delivered and 45,000 […]

     


  • Shafie: No more petrol price hikes this year

    In a news flash by The Star, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Shafie Apdal has given assurance to the rakyat that there would be no more petrol price increases this year, following the steep […]

     


  • Proton Updates: Q3 Profitable

    Proton Holdings Bhd reported a net profit of RM86.51 million in Q3 which ended on December 31 2005, thanks to higher car sales and lower debt provisions. This is good, compared to the RM154.33 loss […]

     


  • Petrol prices up – RM1.92 for RON97

    I got a news flash from The Star’s SMS alert regarding a petrol price hike effective from Tuesday onwards, which is tomorrow. The journey home was pretty jam packed, with queues at every petrol station […]

     



  • Recycled APs used to import vehicles

    New scandal related to Approved Permits! The Royal Customs Department has uncovered 105 luxury cars worth nearly RM50 million which were imported using “recycled” APs while doing a routing inspection of 142 vehicles at the […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 19 Jan 2019