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  • Buying a used Nissan Teana (L33) - a supremely comfortable sedan, from RM 55k

    The wonders of depreciation makes once-expensive cars more democratised, but in turn, buyers lose out on the latest and greatest tech.But good comfort and ride quality is evergreen - and thats how the Nissan Teana - particularly this L33-generation - stays relevant today.For a car that was once priced circa RM 140k - RM 170k, you can snag one below RM 60k these days. Its an enticing offering, but much like buying new cars, there are things to look out for - well run through them for you below.Ge

    Sanjay

    Sanjay

    May 5, 2021

  • Discontinued in Thailand, the next-gen Nissan Sylphy won’t come to Malaysia?

    A recent report from headlightmag has mentioned that Nissan Thailand has sent out a memo to its dealerships announcing that they have ceased production of the Nissan X-Trail, Nissan Sylphy, and Nissan Teana.The dealers were told to dispose of all of their brochures and marketing materials pertaining the three models.The memo from Nissan also mentioned that the company is putting more emphasis on subcompact cars, small multi-purpose vehicles, commercial vehicles, and vehicles utilizing alternativ

    Eric

    Eric

    Sep 9, 2020

  • Caught on camera: Policeman fired shots at escaping Nissan Teana

    A video of a black Nissan Teana driving dangerously on a crowded road while trying to escape a chasing traffic policeman has gone viral since Monday.The policeman was seen chasing the car, first on his motorcycle, before continuing on foot while shouting at on-coming traffic to avoid the dangerously driven Teana. In the video, the policeman had no choice but to shoot the Teana’s front wheel to stop the car from escaping.  (function(d, s, id) { let js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0

    Jerrica

    Jerrica

    May 21, 2020

  • Nissan service centres resumes operation during MCO

    Nissan owners in Malaysia, you are now able to give your Nissan its much-needed service, as Tan Chong Ekspres Auto Servis (TCEAS) has received approval from the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to partially resume their operations.Do note that services are limited by MITI's approval to just: service maintenance, minor repairs, and vehicle breakdown services. Owners can set an appointment either by calling their nearest service centre, DriveOn mobile app, TCEAS website or N

    Zamil Syaheer

    Zamil Syaheer

    Apr 30, 2020