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  • Honda Accord Facelift to be launched today

    Honda will be revealing it’s new facelifted 2006 Honda Accord today, after about a week of preview ads running on various media. Check back later today for a report on what enhancements the new facelifted […]

     


  • EON in talks with Daimler Chrysler

    EON has been in talks with DaimlerChrysler and some of it’s unit companies for a distributorship here in Malaysia. The talks are centered on distributing cars with engine capacities of more than 2 litres. DaimlerChrysler […]

     


  • Perodua aims to be compact car king

    Perodua has attributed their quick rise to success after only 13 years in business to a win-win alliance with it’s Japanese partner Daihatsu. Perodua Managing Director Syed Hafiz Syed Abu Bakar says “Picking the right […]

     


  • Chery QQ coming to town this month

    Alado Corp Sdn Bhd will be launching 3 new Chery models over the next few months beginning with the Chery QQ, due to be launched this month. The Chery QQ, a little town run-about with […]

     


  • Chery V5 Crossover (Chery B14) MPV

    The Chery B14 MPV be a nice competitor to the Naza Ria and Toyota Innova if it is priced below RM100,000. It’s also known as the Chery V5 Crossover. The MPV is a 7-seater powered […]

     



  • Perodua to boost exports mid-2007

    Perodua aims to increase export activity beginning mid-2007 with it’s Indonesian exports spearheading the export drive. Originally, the Perodua Myvi was to be exported to other ASEAN countries in the second half of 2006, but […]

     


  • Perdana Replacement Model in April 2007

    Utusan Malaysia reports that Proton will introduce a new model developed together with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation in April 2007. MMC president Osamu Masuko says that Proton and MMC are in the final stages of partnership […]

     



  • Thailand and Malaysia negotiation on tariffs

    Thailand and Malaysia negotiation on tariffs

    Previously I blogged about Thailand’s refusal to lower import taxes on vehicles from Malaysia down to an AFTA agreed rate of 5%. It wants to maintain it’s 20% current rate as it considers Malaysia’s non-tax […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 01 Sep 2018