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With prices starting from just RM 88k, the GAC GS3 is just slightly more expensive than the Perodua Ativa, but cheaper than the Proton X50. Like its Malaysian rivals, the GS3 is a subcompact crossover aimed at the same crowd of buyers. It is imported (CBU) from Hangzhou, China. Two variants are offered in Malaysia: 1.5 Standard and 1.5 Premium. Both are powered by the same naturally-aspirated 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine (codenamed 4A15K1) that does 114 PS and 150 Nm, with an Aisin-sour
Over the weekend, GAC launched the GAC E9 MPV. The E9 is the first of GAC’s electrified E-series of MPVs. For the Chinese market, GAC is offering 3 variants of the E9, namely the Pro, Max, and Grandmaster. All 3 variants are 7 seaters. Prices of the GAC E9 start from CNY 329,800 (~RM 213k) for the Pro variant, while the Max variant goes for CNY 369,800 (~RM239k). The top-spec Grandmaster goes for CNY 389,800 (~RM252k). All three variants feature a turbocharged 2.0-litre engine hooked up to GAC’s
The outgoing GAC GS3 Power may be a rather forgettable model (when was the last time you actually saw one?), but WTC Automotif, the official distributor of GAC-badged vehicles in Malaysia wants to remedy that with the second-generation model. Now redesigned from the ground-up as a completely new model, the second-generation GAC GS3 just went on sale in China in early March, with prices starting from CNY 85,800 (~RM 55k) and tops out at CNY 111,800 (~RM 72k). Also Read: Tan Chong to soon launch C
After Thailand's Siam Motors, Tan Chong is the second Nissan distributor in Southeast Asia to invest into a Chinese marque Nissan is not paying enough attention to Southeast Asia With CKD investments, Tan Chong wants to grow GAC into a 50k annual sales brand, back to the level Nissan was doing in the early 2010s The recent signing with Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC) could be a sign of bigger things to come for the Tan Chong group, whose subsidiary Edaran Tan Chong Motor's (ETCM) Nissan busines
WTC Automotif (M) Sdn Bhd (WTCA), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Warisan TC Holdings Bhd, announced its Completely Knocked Down (CKD) project with Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC), signifying deepened partnership for both WTCA and GAC. Warisan TC Holdings Bhd is a sister company of Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM), which is responsible for Nissan models in Malaysia. This is a significant milestone for GAC, as this marks their first-ever CKD operation outside of China. The CKD project, which WTCA will
Malaysia is the first RHD market for GAC Prices start from RM 88k Would this convince you over the Proton X50? After months of spyshots and teasers, Warisan TC Holdings's new subsidiary WTC Automotif has launched the B-segment GAC GS3 in Malaysia. The new Proton X50 challenger is priced from RM 88,800 to RM 96,800. This also marks the debut of right-hand drive GAC models. At the moment, the GAC GS3 is imported (CBU) from China, with local assembly (CKD) to start in the near future. Two variants