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  • Inokom to assemble Hyundai Mighty

    Sime Darby Bhd unit Inokom Corp Sdn Bhd will be investing a total sum of RM 10 million on a new assembly line for the Hyundai Mighty, Hyundai’s best selling commercial vehicle. The 5 tonne […]

     


  • Car scrapping policy – 15 years?

    I am driving a 1984 Nissan Sunny 130Y. The original engine was a single overhead cam carburetted 8 valve 1.3 litre engine called the E13. It made about 65 horsepower. It still runs very well […]

     


  • Volkswagen and EON close to dealership deal

    Volkswagen and Edaran Otomobil Nasional Berhad (EON) are said to be close to signing off a dealership deal for the distribution of Volkswagen cars in Malaysia by the latter company. EON had originally been in […]

     


  • Proton in talks for Thai distribution

    Proton is in talks with a major Thai car distributorship for the distribution of Proton cars in Thailand, with black and white set to be signed before 2006 is up. This distributor is said to […]

     


  • Audi A4 1.8T available in Malaysia

    UPDATE: This is news of the B7 A4 1.8T launched in 2006. Read the latest news on the launching of the B8 Audi A4 1.8 TFSI in Malaysia. Audi has introduced a new A4 into […]

     


  • Toyota and Subaru to work on B-segment car

    Subaru has had enormous success with their recent small car, the Subaru Stella in Japan. Subaru had originally set a target for 5,000 units per month in orders for the Stella, but it managed to […]

     


  • Honda Malaysia Racing Team’s MME Civic

    For fans of the new 2006 Honda Civic, you will be able to see race-prepared versions of them in action at the 12-hour Merdeka Millenium Endurance race (MME) 2006 at Sepang International Circuit held on […]

     


  • IGC to start Geely assembly in October 2006

    Information Gateway Corp Sdn Bhd (IGC) and Geely will start assembling Geely cars in a plant near Kuantan in October 2006, beginning with the Geely CK sedan. This will make Malaysia the first country outside […]

     


  • MAA wants car scrapping policy!

    The automotive market has been growing for the past 8 years, but has slowed down this year. Reasons for this slowdown was quoted to be more stringent hire purchase requirements and the rising fuel costs. […]

     


  • Rafidah says we are entitled to 5% CEPT rates

    Trade Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz disagrees with Thailand’s decision to not give Malaysian imports the ASEAN Common Effective Preferential Tariff (CEPT) rate of 5%, instead keeping it at a higher 20% rate. According to […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 30 Jun 2022