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  • A record in number plate sales: RM200,000

    A record in number plate sales: RM200,000

    Terengganu’s State Road and Transport Department director Fauzi Harun revealed that the number plate TAN1 was sold for a staggering RM200,000 last year, making it the highest paid number plate in Malaysia so far. Tan […]


  • Proton Cars Get Some International Attention

    Proton’s Gen2, Savvy and Satria Neo, regarded as the first few cars in a generation of Protons that attempt to breakaway from the Mitsubishi rebadging era have been making it’s way around the globe. The […]


  • Porsche Cayenne Facelift launched in Malaysia

    Porsche launched the Porsche Cayenne facelift on the 9th of March 2007. The new Cayenne sports a newly redesigned front end – much sleeker and shapelier lights which portray a more aggressive look. At the […]


  • Assembly line for Suzuki Swift CKD ready

    Somehow I missed this piece of news. The 4 robotic welding lines for the upcoming locally assembled Suzuki Swift has been up and ready to run since the end of February. The welding line is […]


  • Facelifted BMW X3 now in Malaysia

    The new facelifted BMW X3 is now available in Malaysia, in one variant – the BMW X3 2.5si. This model is powered by BMW’s updated straight-six 2.5 litre engine, now making 218hp at 6,500rpm and […]


  • Mazda3 1.6 for RM99,500

    Great news for those who are looking to buy a new car and have a budget of less than RM100,000. The Mazda3 1.6 litre is now available for RM99,500 while stocks last. This is for […]


  • Updated price list for BMW in Malaysia

    BMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd has released a new pricelift for all BMW vehicles sold in Malaysia. The beautiful BMW M5 is now cheaper at “only” RM888,000, a very prosperous number, which you would have to […]


  • Not a buyer’s market anymore?

    Not a buyer’s market anymore?

    Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) president Datuk Aishah Ahmad says all the offers and promotions that have been offered by automotive companies here in Malaysia could soon be over, with sales from March onwards expected to […]



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Last Updated 21 Sep 2017