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New Toyota Vios: Bread and butter just got better

There are many attributes to characterise a mainstream Toyota model – dependable, efficient, indestructible, predictable, maybe even bland. Nothing too wrong with that, millions...

How the Proton X70 aces the 10-minute test drive

You know what they say about the first 10 minutes of a test drive – they leave lasting impressions. Admittedly, I was behind the...

Volkswagen Golf: Is it still the gold standard?

If you ever needed to show a newly-arrived Martian what is a car, you wouldn’t go wrong with a flashcard carrying the silhouette of...

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43: The SUV that does it all

Modern SUVs are expected to be consummate all-rounders, the Mercedes-Benz GLC in its regular form, represented by the GLC 200 and GLC 250, is...

Why brighter days lie ahead for Proton

There is a tendency by commentators (from afar) to oversimplify the Chinese auto market as a self-contained beast with an insatiable appetite for new...

Mazda CX-9 turbo: Jinba Ittai for seven?

A new engine with proprietary technology doesn’t come often for a comparatively modest volume manufacturer such as Mazda, which is why the subject in...

BMW i: On the competition, optimal range and the way forward

In between delivering keynote speeches at the recently concluded Conference of the Electric Power Supply Industry (CEPSI) 2018 held at the KL Convention Centre,...

Nissan e-Power: Will this drive the next national car?

Hate to say ‘I told you so’, but whether we like it or not, a new national car is coming. Details remains sketchy, politicians...

Volkswagen Beetle: Is this a worthy send off?

Sometime next year, the Beetle you see here will cease to be produced signalling the end to yet another chapter in the iconic model’s...

Kia Picanto: The mini that’s pretty super

If sales numbers are arbiters of what’s good, then the best car in Malaysia would be a Perodua…and we’ll need to find new jobs....

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