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  • Perodua 333 Vision

    Perodua looks like it’s quite set on achieving it’s 333 Vision. The 10 year old car company’s 333 Vision is aimed at total customer satisfaction, cost reduction and increased market share.


  • Vehicle Sales Up in Malaysia

    Vehicle sales bounced back up from a slowdown in July 2005 to a figure that’s the second highest this year so far in August 2005. Sales for the month of August was 50,079 units. The […]


  • Proton Volkswagen Equity Deal Unlikely

    Sources familiar with the matter have said that Proton is unlikely to go with the equity stake exchange deal with Volkswagen AG, instead choosing to go with a tech agreement instead. If the tech deal […]


  • Sime Darby to take stake in Proton

    There are talks of Malaysian conglomerate Sime Darby Berhad buying up at least 32% of Proton Holdings Bhd shares, with the total deal coming up to RM 1.58 billion. This stake will be purchased from […]


  • Naza wants to manufacture more Peugeots

    Naza Group managing director Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin plans on turning it’s new Penang plant into an exclusive production facility dedicated entirely to the Peugeot marque. Naza is currently bidding for the rights […]


  • JPJ makes HID illegal without approval

    The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has announced that it is illegal to install HID lights on vehicles without prior approval from the department. Even luxury car importers must get approval from JPJ if their cars […]


  • 2006 Kia Rio

    The Kia Rio name is refreshed in Malaysia with the new Kia Rio model being launched here in Malaysia on 7th September 2005. [UPDATE: Read my test drive report on the Kia Rio 1.4]


  • Revised Road Tax Rates

    The government will be revising it’s road tax rates on September 12 2005. Engine capacities below 1000cc will only pay RM30 a year Engine capacities from 1001cc to 1600cc will pay 50% less road tax […]



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Last Updated 14 Dec 2019