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  • Perodua Kancil vs Proton Saga – Which is the original Malaysian people’s car?

    Okay, readers, this has been rattling around my head for the past week. As Malaysians, it is our sworn duty to protect and support all things Malaysian. Our national flower is the hibiscus, the national animal – the Malayan Tiger, and our breakfast of champions – nasi lemak with a side of fried eggs and sambal ikan bilis.But when it comes to cars, it is a bit of a difficult choice with which to award as the Malaysian people’s car? Is it the Perodua Kancil, the city roundabout t

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Sep 27, 2020

  • Perodua Myvi – How much to maintain, what's the monthly payment?

    For those shopping for a B-segment hatchback, the default option for many Malaysians is the Perodua Myvi.The other alternative is the Proton Iriz, but we’ll get into that later.In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the Perodua Myvi’s pros and cons, as well as the estimated monthly payment to see if it’s the right car for you.Pros and ConsHeadlining the Perodua Myvi is its value-for-money preposition. For a car that costs less than RM 53k, the potential buyer does g

    Eric

    Eric

    Sep 11, 2020

  • 0-100 km/h: Myvi, Iriz, Jazz, Yaris, Mazda 2 and Polo, which is fastest?

    The B-segment hatchback is a pretty popular segment in Malaysia, being the first choice among fresh grads and those looking for an upgrade from a small city car like the Perodua Axia or an older car. It’s also the segment where Malaysia’s most popular car resides in, the Perodua Myvi.The Myvi has always been an icon in the hearts of Malaysians. We’ve seen memes or even witness first-hand how the infamous Malaysian supercar charges up and down Malaysian roads without missing a b

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Sep 10, 2020

  • Perodua issues fuel pump recalls for 2018/2019 Perodua Myvi

    Looks like the Perodua Myvi is affected by the global fuel pump issues as well. Following the recalls issued by UMW Toyota (UMWT) for Toyota and Lexus vehicles and Honda Malaysia in June, Perodua has also issued a recall for their third-generation Perodua Myvi.The global fuel pump recall exercise was first issued by Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) in March 2020. The recall affected over 3.2 million vehicles under the corporation and looks like this includes Daihatsu as well.TMC first started

    Jerrica

    Jerrica

    Aug 07, 2020