The 2019 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8G insurance price in Malaysia 2023 is RM 3,810, more about 2019 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8G insurance renewal cost, package discounts, benefits, etc.
The calculation results are based on the conditions: Car Variant, Car Price, Coverage Type (Comprehensive), Penisular Malaysia, Engine Capacity(cc), and No Claims Discount.
What we've warned about last year is happening very quickly in the first week of 2023, with two brands announcing price revisions. First it was BMW and MINI; now it's Toyota's turn to announce the same, affecting the Corolla Altis and Camry. UPDATE: Prices have also increased for the Toyota Corolla Cross, by around RM 3k. 2023 Toyota price increase Model Price Corolla Altis 1.8 E RM 134,888 (up RM 4,000) Corolla Altis 1.8 G RM 145,888 (up RM 4,000) Camry 2.5 V RM 219,888 (up RM 10,000) OTR price
Regardless if you’re an enthusiast or the casual everyday driver, everyone appreciates comfort. And for under RM 150k, there’s no other car more comfortable than the Toyota Corolla Altis. You might be asking, what about SUVs? Well, as we’ve explained this in an earlier article - like for like, a sedan is more comfortable than an SUV. It’s simply physics, SUVs have higher centre of gravity, which means the driver as well as the passengers are seated further away from the pivot point of the car. T
Toyota and Lexus have topped the reliability charts, yet again, according to a comprehensive study conducted by US-based Consumer Reports. Alongside, Toyota also took top honours for the most reliable hybrid on sale in the US. Consumer Reports, a non-profit consumer advocacy organisation gathered data over the last 12 months for over 300,000 vehicles, produced between 2000 to 2022. The comprehensive survey ranks vehicles across 17 problem areas including engine, transmission, and in-car electron
"If you build it, they will sell," or so the adage goes. Perhaps no better quote describes the Toyota Corolla and its rousing reception. With 50-plus million units sold worldwide...clearly you can have your Corolla as long as it's a sedan, SUV, hatchback, wagon, or even as a roadgoing-racecar these days. The duo in Malaysia Though in Malaysia, the official channel offers just two variants of it – either as the sedan Altis, or the SUV Corolla Cross. If the overseas-market Corolla Sport Hatchback
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As you'd have probably read, the 2022 Honda Civic (FE generation) has finally made landfall in Malaysia. It builds on the success and popularity of its FC generation predecessor in every way. And naturally, you're thinking of putting one in your driveway. So, you're shopping around, doing the diligent consumer thing by surveying your options before you plonk down your hard-earned money. Today, we pit the brand spanking new, FE-generation, Honda Civic, against the exquisitely talented Toyota Coro
The Corolla goes equal footing with the Civic. It has 7 airbags, ESC, BSM, LTA, AEB and DRCC. There is also Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and the interior is pretty well-built.
Besides the Corolla, you can also check these:
Honda Civic - Starting at RM 113,600
Mazda 3 - Starting at RM 139,520
The Toyota Corolla Altis is only available with one engine option across 2 variants:
1.8 E - RM 123,971
1.8 G - RM 134,505