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In Malaysia, resale value is a major purchase consideration for car buyers. We can laugh at the silliness of people who allow the next buyer to determine their choice of car, but that's the reality of car sales in Malaysia. Typically, when resale value in mentioned, the general consensus seems to favour Toyota, but our research with B- and C-segment sedans indicated that Honda has the slight edge when it comes to residual values. Also Read: B-segment sedan resale values: City and Vios lead, but
For the past couple of years, the compact 7-seater SUV / MPV segment has been relatively quiet. The two most notable launches in recent times include the Honda BR-V's debut in 2017 and the Perodua Aruz's launch in 2018. Come 2022, we expect things to shake up by a fair bit. Over the past few months, Toyota, Honda, and Mitsubishi introduced all-new or updated versions of their 7-seater SUV / MPV, all of which made their debut in Indonesia. Which is also why we will be using the Indonesian-spec mo
First introduced in Malaysia as an imported (CBU) model in 2016, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) then launched the locally-assembled (CKD) Mitsubishi Outlander in 2017. MMM currently offers two variants of the Mitsubishi Outlander, with prices ranging from RM 133,491 for the 2.0L variant to RM 147,762 for the top-spec 2.4L variant. In the sea of highly-capable C-segment SUVs, is the Mitsubishi Outlander worth your consideration over similarly-priced rivals, such as the Honda CR-V or Mazda CX-5?
Malaysia’s pick-up truck market is seeing a revival of sorts, buoyed by a rapid succession of new model launches. The Toyota Hilux, Mitsubishi Triton, Isuzu D-Max, and Nissan Navara have all been updated. This will soon be followed by the new facelifted Ford Ranger and an all-new Mazda BT-50. Triton Adventure X (left) vs Triton Athlete (right) The de-chromed new 2021 Mitsubishi Triton Athlete that you see here replaces the previous Mitsubishi Triton Adventure X. The latter’s chrome bits have bee
Just recently, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) introduced the new 2021 Mitsubishi Triton Athlete. It is priced at RM 141,500, on-the-road, without insurance. At RM 141,500, the Mitsubishi Triton Athlete is priced right smack in the price range of the Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger. Question is, what’s the minimum salary you need before you can apply for a loan? Also Read: Priced from RM 141k, the 2021 Mitsubishi Triton Athlete could run rings around the Hilux Rogue How much do I need to make? The