• Oil prices expected to remain at US$60-65 level

    Oil prices seems to have settled down at the US$60-65 level, with prices currently standing at US$62 per barrel, slightly up from US$60 per barrel on Wednesday. The oil price madness began in February this […]


  • LMG to display cars at 2006 Oman Motor Show

    While the company has been pretty much silent in Malaysia since it’s launch, LMG Auto will be displaying it’s LMG cars at the 2006 Oman Motor Show. Anyone have any news on LMG? For those […]


  • Hammond down

    Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond was seriously hurt after the dragster-style jet-powered car capable of reaching speeds of more than 482km/h he was in crashed while filming an episode of Top Gear. The Top Gear […]


  • Ford decides to buy Rover brand name

    While Nanjing Auto bought MG Rover back in July 2005, the forerunner to buy the Rover brand name from BMW was Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp, who actually owns many of Rover’s design rights. SAIC was […]


  • UMW Toyota facing difficulties exporting Hiace

    Thailand’s reluctance to reduce duties for incoming Malaysian cars to the AFTA CEPT tax rate of 5% is making it difficult for UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd to export it’s locally assembled Toyota Hiace vans […]


  • 2007 Honda Civic Type R announced!

    Honda has announced the next generation 2007 Honda Civic Type R, which will go on sale in the European market in March 2007. It will be built in Swindon and will come in standard and […]


  • Hyundai Arnejs Concept at Paris 2006

    Hyundai will be showing it’s Hyundai Arnejs Concept at the Paris Motor Show end of this month. The Hyundai Arnejs, pronounced Ar-nez, will give us a preview on how Hyundai’s new European C-segment contender will […]


  • Naza requests more land for Indian plant

    Naza Automotive Manufacturing Sdn Bhd’s Tamil Nadu, India plant to assemble Naza and Kia vehicles was approved by the state government, but now Naza is requesting an additional 50 acres of land which brings the […]


  • Proton launches Satria Neo in Singapore

    Proton Singapore Pte Ltd has launched the Proton Satria Neo 3-door hatchback in Singapore, with only the H-Line model being offered at SG$51,488 for the automatic transmission model and SG$48,988 for the manual transmission model. […]



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Last Updated 20 Apr 2019