Car Reviews

Mini Countryman PHEV Wired: Five things you need to know about Mini’s latest plug-in hybrid model

The Countryman Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) Wired is the updated version of the popular compact crossover by Mini. The update, introduced last year, features added equipment and an additional RM18,000 on top of the standard RM250,888 retail price. We take the Countryman PHEV Wired for a spin and list the five most exciting features we experienced …

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Hyundai Elantra 2019 facelift review – Is this redesign better?

The Hyundai Elantra currently on sale is an improved version of the sixth-generation model. The current facelifted model has been significantly improved with new looks and features, so much so it is often mistaken as an all-new Elantra. The revamped model is available as a single 2.0 Executive variant in Malaysia, effectively downsizing the offerings …

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Renault Captur 1.2 Tce review – Can this revamp widen its market presence?

The number of new B-segment continental crossovers for sale in Malaysia is just a handful, three to be exact. Of the three, Renault’s Captur is undoubtedly the most popular. Officially launched in Malaysia late 2015, the Captur had been locally-assembled in Segambut, Kuala Lumpur, since April 2017 and received a facelift in 2018. Renault recently …

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Hyundai Santa Fe (TM) review – For The Family & The Open Road

Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors launched the all-new Santa Fe in May this year. The local line-up comes in a 2.4-litre petrol and 2.2-diesel engines with two variants of Executive and Premium. Visually, the exterior design is bold, athletic and has a wide stance. The front showcases Hyundai’s signature cascading grille and is complemented by the composite …

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Mercedes-Benz E 200 Sportstyle review – Still The Executive Favourite

If you speak to quite a few people about the design of the current 10th generation W213 E-Class, many would agree that it’s the best looking yet. With this generation, Mercedes-Benz decided to take a more streamlined approach aesthetically. The result is one that sits between the flagship W222 S-Class and W205 C-Class. Together they …

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Mercedes-Benz A 250 (W177) AMG Line review – Progressively Compact

When Mercedes-Benz introduced the latest fourth-generation A-Class early 2018, the brand essentially set a benchmark for premium hatchbacks everywhere. Apart from showcasing the company’s latest design language with an incredible drag coefficient figure of 0.25, the headlining aspect of the new A-Class is its revolutionary interior design and technology.   Incorporating two 10.25-inch widescreen displays …

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Toyota Yaris 1.5G review – A Hatchback With Just Enough Spice

Toyota has been rolling out cars lately, and it’s more than welcome. Other than the recent additions including the Rush and Camry, Toyota’s new Vios joined the list in January this year alongside the new Yaris in April. At a recent media drive, Toyota’s aim was to get our thoughts into the Yaris experience. This …

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan review – Opulence For The Road and Beyond

In 2015, it became fact that Rolls-Royce was going to build an SUV and move into a new growing category. In an open letter from the Chairman and CEO of Rolls-Royce, the decision was made based on customer demand and the drive to innovate. Taking on the project name as Cullinan, the development had a …

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