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  • 2020 Honda City – Less than RM 3,900 to service it over 5 years/100,000 km
    Buying Guides

    The Honda City is Honda’s B-segment sedan and it shares a platform and powertrain with the Honda Jazz. It competes against the Toyota Vios, Mazda 2, and Volkswagen Vento in the non-national B-segment market.In this article, we’ll take a closer look and see how much does it cost to maintain and insure the City 1.5 and City Hybrid over a 5-year period.Starting with the Honda City 1.5, the first service is performed at the 6-month/10,000-km and costs RM 235.39. This service includes eng

    Eric

    Eric

    Jul 04, 2020

  • Freke-ishly Fast Toyota MR2
    Culture

    Purple Reign. What does it feel like to drive a rocket? Nathan Freke probably knows best, as his 1,060 PS Toyota MR2 recently clinched the title of World’s Fastest MR2. It ripped through the quarter mile (402 m) pass in 8.718 seconds and achieved a top speed of 262 km/h. Don’t believe us? Watch the run below:And no, this was not a one-off skunkworks project backed by multi-million dollar R&D on a bespoke chassis. Everything was achieved in a production MR2, wi

    Sanjay

    Sanjay

    Jul 04, 2020

  • Rendered: Third-generation Honda HR-V to look more aggressive?
    News

    It has been 7 years since the global debut of the Honda HR-V. The B-segment SUV exploded into the Malaysian market in 2015 and is still a crowd favourite 5 years on. Based on Honda’s regular generation life-cycle, the HR-V is due for a new generation change. Here are the first renderings of the SUV.The renderings of the third-generation HR-V depicts a much more aggressive look compared to the sophisticated look the second-generation sports. Inspiration is taken from the current crop of Hon

    Jerrica

    Jerrica

    Jul 04, 2020

  • The Toyota Sera - The flyest-looking Toyota ever
    Culture

    The Japanese Bubble Era of the late eighties and early nineties was a wonderful time to be around as a car fan. That period saw Japan’s automotive industry exploded into an era filled with technological and design masterpieces. The soaring asset prices and strong Japanese yen caused Japanese automakers like Nissan, Toyota and Honda to be more daring by launching legendary icons like the R32 Skyline GT-R and the Honda NSX as well as luxury brands like Lexus and Infiniti.Rawrr

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Jul 04, 2020

  • What’s so special about Mazda SkyActiv engines anyway?
    Culture

    The latest Mazda 3 is a very good-looking hatchback. There is a sedan version, but the hatchback just looks so much better. According to my colleague, the allure of the Mazda 3 isn’t just skin-deep. I reckon he quite liked it. Mazdas have been known as fun to drive, but I'm more curious about what lies underneath .Now, Mazda loves to spout its “Jinba Ittai” driving philosophy and “Kodo” design philosophy, but if we’re talking about the core of a car, it ha

    Arif

    Arif

    Jul 04, 2020

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