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Right now in 2023, there’s no shortage on choices when it comes to EVs, especially if you’re looking to spend around RM 400k. And since you’re splurging this amount on a car, might as well go for something premium right? So, your options will likely be narrowed down to just the BMW iX and the Mercedes-Benz EQE. What about the BMW i4 and Mercedes-Benz EQC, you ask? Well, those are fine as well but since they’re based on a combustion-engine platform, some compromises such as packaging must be made
Ask anyone who has little knowledge of cars to imagine their dream luxury car and chances are they would think of a Mercedes-Benz. There’s just something appealing about the sheen of the three-pointed star logo than either the four rings of Audi or the blue and white roundel of BMW. While it is perceived as a luxury brand, it is attainable and one can get a brand-new Mercedes-Benz for around RM 250,000. It’s still a lot of dough for a car much less one seen as an entry-level luxury car but when
Three-row SUVs in Malaysia have always been dominated by the usual Japanese suspects like the Nissan X-Trail or the Mazda CX-8/CX-9 but let’s not forget the representatives from Europe. Chief among them is the Peugeot 5008 Allure. Locally assembled in Gurun, the Peugeot 5008 Allure is the lone variant offered in Malaysia. Powered by a 1.6-litre Turbo High Pressure (THP) engine (165 PS/240 Nm), the French 3-row SUV is priced at RM 182,388. 3008 on the left, 5008 on the right Essentially the longe
Often regarded as the baby S-Class, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been considered one of the best mid-size executive sedans on the market. The 2022 W206 C-Class continues that tag but in an age where SUVs and crossovers are more in demand, just how well can the venerable sedan cope? While the Mercedes-Benz C200 Avantgarde is considered the entry variant of the W206 that’s offered in Malaysia, there’s nothing base about this RM 287,888 executive sedan. C200 engine shown Locally assembled (CKD) in
Mazda is all about Jinba-Ittai to enthusiasts but their bread and butter these days are SUVs whether those same keyboard warriors like it or not. The Mazda CX-8 was given a powerful 2.5-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder (230 PS/420 Nm) back in June and though that is a boost to the 3-row SUV’s performance capability, it’s more than that. Priced from RM 220,000 and locally assembled (CKD) at the Inokom plant in Kulim, the turbocharged CX-8 is the highest petrol-powered variant offered in Malaysia. Th
The French have got it all when it comes to design and one look at the Peugeot 3008 Allure, you can’t help but agree with the whole French style is tres magnifique (very beautiful in French). At RM 167,288, the 3008 has quite the competition in the hotly contested SUV market. It is about RM 2,000 more than the Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P 2WD (RM 165,800) but around RM 2,000 less than the Mazda CX-5 2.5G High 2WD (RM 169,960). Slotting between two of the most popular non-Proton SUVs, why should you even