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  • DRB-HICOM granted it’s own APs

    The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has granted Appoved Permits for all CBU models imported by DRB-HICOM into Malaysia. DRB-HICOM currently brings in the Chevrolet, Citroen, Honda, Mahindra, Suzuki, Audi and Mitsubishi marques. […]


  • Proton and Mahindra strategic alliance

    Business Times reports that Mahindra & Mahindra is in talks with Proton for a possible manufacturing and marketing alliance which may involve a strategic stake transfer. Rumours are that Proton would assemble the Mahindra Scorpio […]


  • Proton vendors need to buck up

    The Proton Vendors Association (PVA) are moving towards consolidation as part of efforts to increase competitiveness, increase economies of scale and reduce wastage as well as optimum utilisation of investment. Currently over 260 vendors supply […]


  • Possible Tata Indica local assembly

    Tata Sons Executive Director Alan Rosling says Tata Motor is looking at various markets including Malaysia and is likely to set up an assembly line in Malaysia to assemble Tata passanger vehicles like the Tata […]


  • NAZA NX-01 Spyshots

    These are spyshots of a new car being tested on Malaysian roads. It is a small mini-MPV type of vehicle which belongs in the Hyundai/Inokom Atos and Perodua Kenari class of cars. It’s heavily plastered, […]


  • NAP After-effects: BMW announces new pricelist

    BMW Group Malaysia has released new prices for it’s cars according to the new tax structure that comes with the National Automotive Policy. BMW says prices have dropped across the whole model range, but from […]


  • NAP After-Effects: Mitsubishi cuts Lancer price

    Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia has lowered the price of it’s Mitsubishi Lancer GLX 1.6 sedan by 2%, which translates to a reduction of RM2000 to RM97,425.30, excluding insurance. Buyers who have booked the car but have […]


  • 2 new biodiesel plants

    Two new biodiesel plants will be set up in Malaysia, one a RM74 million ringgit plant in Sabah and the other costing RM24 million, through partnerships between a US firm and local companies. The RM74 […]



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Last Updated 15 Feb 2020