Toyota Vellfire

Toyota Vellfire News in Malaysia

  • Scoop: Toyota Vellfire may not be killed off - TNGA-based model to be launched in May 2023

    Toyota Vellfire sold poorly against the Alphard in the past 3 years There are rumours the model could be discontinued, absorbed into the next-gen Alphard, or soldier on Next-gen model could be launched in Japan by May 2023 Back in 2020 when Toyota decided to streamline all 4 of its sales channels into one synonymous dealer network in Japan, a few models exclusive to these dealers were culled. One of those models planned for discontinuation is the Toyota Vellfire. A favourite among Malaysian poli

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 7, 2023

  • From new to used cars, these 9 cars were discontinued in Malaysia in 2022

    In what seems like a blink of an eye, another year has passed and 2022 is now behind us. While we took a look at what SUVs and MPVs that will be coming soon (sedan to follow next), let’s take a look and see which cars were axed last year. Compared to 2021, last year witnessed fewer cars that were discontinued. Regardless, the departure of some of these models leave a void that may or may not be filled in the near future. BMW X2 The F39 BMW X2 was launched in Malaysia back in 2018 as an imported


    Jan 9, 2023

  • It's not all Vellfires and Alphards, we try to figure out what all 222 (incumbent) Malaysian MPs drive

    As the 15th general election looms upon Malaysians like the monsoon season, the question on some of our minds isn’t who will be the next PM or whether party X can ensure that no such backdoor moves will happen again, it’s what cars do our politicians drive? Okay fine, so maybe the “some” is just me but perhaps some of you might have thought that since these elected officials are meant to be representatives of the rakyat, they should at least do their job well first before travelling in an Alphar

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Oct 29, 2022

  • Owner Review:  Private Jet that glides on road, My 2009 Toyota Vellfire 3.5L V6

    ** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia Basic information about my car : 2009 Toyota Vellfire 3.5L V6 Reasons why I bought this car (purpose) : 5 people. All are adults with long leg. So MPV is a perfect vehicle for my family car instead of sedan especially for long distance. Car selection process: I had a budget of :RM200K Models that I have considere


    Aug 16, 2022

  • Post-SST, here are the new 2022 prices for Toyota models - up by RM 2k to RM 17k

    UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has updated the prices of its models in Malaysia, now with the sale and service tax (SST) added back in. The following table shows the updated prices with SST. Toyota prices with SST Model Prices w/o SST (RM) Price with SST (RM) Yaris 1.5J 69,576 73,800 Yaris 1.5E 75,479 83,800 Yaris 1.5G 82,475 87,600 Vios 1.5J 74,623 77,600 Vios 1.5E 82,593 85,600 Vios 1.5G 87,584 90,400 Vios GR-S 95,284 98,100 Corolla Altis 1.8E 128,888 130,888 Corolla Altis 1.8G 139,888 141,888 Camry


    Jul 4, 2022

  • Resale value king: In China, you can sell a used Toyota Alphard for profit

    In a similar vein as the Suzuki Jimny, the Toyota Alphard can be considered the king of resale value, as prices of a used Alphard are higher than a brand-new one. You read that correctly – in China, prices of a three-year-old used Toyota Alphard are, on average, 17 percent higher than a brand-new unit. Also Read: The Suzuki Jimny defies logic – used units are priced higher than new ones A brand-new Alphard isn’t exactly cheap The third-gen Alphard went on sale in 2017, available only with a natu


    Jan 28, 2022

  • MoF: Spanco has created 63 Bumiputera-owned workshops since 1994

    Since 1994, Spanco has managed more than 35,000 vehicles for the Malaysian government and supported the creation of 63 Bumiputera-owned workshops, said Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul on last Thursday’s Dewan Rakyat sitting. “In 1994, Spanco Sdn. Bhd. was appointed as the concessions company to manage and supply the government’s vehicle fleet. Spanco has managed more than 35,000 vehicles since 1994 and has created 63 Bumiputera-owned workshops, as part of the government’s measures to prioritize B


    Nov 22, 2021

  • MoF dodges question on why Toyota Vellfire but not Proton X70 as official car

    At yesterday’s Dewan Rakyat sitting, Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul avoided a question by Muar’s Member of Parliament Syed Saddiq on why the Malaysian-made Proton X70 was not used, but an imported Toyota Vellfire is selected instead. In answering an earlier question posed by Bayan Baru’s Member of Parliament Sim Tze Tzin, Zafrul defended the government’s decision to switch its official cars to Toyota Vellfires, saying that the Vellfire offers very good value for money. “The leasing cost spent fo


    Nov 19, 2021

  • MoF: Safety and comfort also reasons behind switch from Proton Perdana to Toyota Vellfire

    Safety and comfort were also the other motivating reasons behind the government’s decision to replace its fleet of ageing Proton Perdanas with Toyota Vellfires as its official cars, said Minister of Finance Tengku Zafrul at the Dewan Rakyat yesterday. Zafrul was replying to a question by Bayan Baru’s Member of Parliament Sim Tze Tzin. Zafrul also reiterated his earlier reply that the government can no longer extend its lease for the Proton Perdana because Proton no longer makes the model, and al


    Nov 19, 2021

  • Guan Eng: Former government never approved use of Toyota Vellfire, urges transparency

    Penang state MP and former Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng has unequivocally stated that the Pakatan Harapan government never approved the changing of official ministerial vehicles from the Proton Perdana to the fully-imported Toyota Vellfire luxury MPV. According to Malay Mail, the lawmaker urged the current government to be transparent about the rental contract of the Vellfire, which is well known to be more expensive compared to the Perdana. He adds, “The Harapan government never approved no


    Nov 10, 2021

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