Malaysia is rich in diversity and culture. This is not only evident in our history, food, practices, but also in the automotive scene. From our national cars Proton and Perodua, national oil and gas company Petronas, Sepang International Circuit with…read more »
UMW Toyota Motors recently launched Sienta compact MPV brings with it a young and fresh vibe for the brands local line up. This comes just after a few weeks from the company's introduction of the Alphard and Vellfire. In its…read more »
Malaysians are generally automotive driven, and in all aspects, connected to the brands that drive this passion for anything on the road and off it. We can see this in the country’s first national car company Proton, the association with…read more »
Have you ever been caught in the rain, having no other choice but to slow down drastically because your wipers seem like they’re made of wet newspapers with no wiping effect whatsoever?
Or have you ever found replacing a pair…read more »
So you've probably heard about Volkswagen's latest B-segment sedan that is pitted against the usual Japanese and Korean suspects. As the only continental B-segment sedan available on the market under RM100,000, the Vento is certainly a competitive contender amongst vehicles…read more »
To Malaysians, race car driver Alex Yoong is a household name when it comes to motorsports. In 2001, he made history as the first Malaysian and second South-East Asian to drive in Formula 1 with the European Minardi F1 team.…read more »
You are looking to shop for a B-segment sedan under RM100,000 and have a few choices in mind. Your are probably looking at that sleek Japanese sedan or its competitor that has a upgraded design in comparison to its predecessor.…read more »
With possibly millions of cars on the interstate highways beginning next week, we thought of sharing some pointers, some do's and dont's that will help you through the week, the jams and the festivities without any mishaps.
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Hari Raya is a wonderful experience where after one month of Ramadan, many will prepare themselves for a balik kampung to their hometown. It could be the handmade kuih's and the jamuan with family and friends, but before going on…read more »
China, the land of random spitting, endless deserted properties and dog meat consumption is now also the WORLD’S LARGEST ECONOMY. But the effects have long been around – everywhere you look, every item you’re holding, using or wearing bears the…read more »