• What Car? readers prefer diesels

    An online survey conducted by UK Magazine What Car? has revealed that a whopping 62% of car buyers in the region now prefer diesel cars and will choose a diesel car for their next buy. […]


  • Ford tops Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands survey

    Ford topped the Reader’s Digest European Trusted Brands survey in the car brand category, which covers 15 countries and assesses over 24,000 replies. Considering the general demographics of Reader’s Digest subscribers, this could mean Ford […]


  • ZF unveils new 8-speed automatic gearbox

    ZF, a company whose gearboxes are in many of our cars including that sweet new fast shifting quick locking 6-speed auto in modern BMWs has unveiled a new 8-speed automatic gearbox and presented it at […]


  • Kia Rondo Taxi Concept

    This is Kia’s entry into Taxi ’07, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the modern-day taxi in New York City. Kia worked with a consortium of NYC-based design firms led by Smart Design to […]


  • Toyota Endo production concept at Frankfurt 2007

    Previously, it was reported that a production variant of the Toyota Endo would be produced by Toyota, positioned as a mini city getaround vehicle below the Toyota Aygo. A refreshed near-production concept will be shown […]


  • Toyota overtakes GM in Q1 2007 sales

    Toyota’s Q1 2007 global sales topped General Motors for the first time ever, despite GM’s leading position in markets like China. It also overtook GM in terms of profitability for te past 4 years, earning […]


  • Nissan posts first loss in 7 years

    Nissan is in the red for the first time in 7 years, taking a 54% plunge in group net profit for the 2006 financial year ending March 31 2007, and a net income drop of […]


  • Seat Altea XL gets new 1.8 liter TFSI

    One of the first few cars to get Volkswagen’s recently announced 1.8 litre TFSI engine is the new Seat Altea XL. Thanks to the 160 horsepower engine, the Seat Altea XL goes from 0 to […]



Latest Fuel Prices

RON 95 RM2.25 (-0.04)
RON 97 RM2.52 (-0.05)
RON 100 RM3.00
VPR RM3.22
EURO 2M RM2.20 (-0.01)
EURO 5 RM2.30 (-0.01)
Last Updated 14 Dec 2017