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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

  • Sunroof on a Saga? Take a look at these UK-spec Proton Saga brochures from 30 years ago!

    The Proton Saga turned 35 in 2020 and to celebrate that, Proton launched the Saga Anniversary Edition. Resplendent in a black and yellow paint job, the commemorative edition Saga sold all 1,100 units in just 5 days!Kudos to Proton for achieving that success in such a short time but it seems that being a fast-seller isn’t just limited to local sales. Once upon a time, Proton did just that with the original Saga in the UK.No, this wasn't Proton's display at the 1988 Br

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Sep 06, 2020

  • Proton Saga spotted in Pakistan, new 1,299 cc engine, CKD in 2021

    Two units of the new Proton Saga with camouflage were spotted in Lahore, Pakistan. These units, which appear to be undergoing tests, are likely equipped with a slightly downsized engine (1,299 cc vs 1,332 cc).Photo credit: CarSpiritPKProton SagaAs reported by CarSpiritPK, the Saga bound for Pakistan will get a downsized engine to gain tax incentives as the tax structure for 1,300 cc and above cars is different.Power outputs of the smaller engine are still unclear at the moment. The 1,332 cc

    Shaun

    Shaun

    Sep 01, 2020