SUV Cars in Malaysia

Thinking of buying a new SUV? See all brands of SUV cars you can buy right now in Malaysia for 2021. This is a full list of SUV cars in Malaysia. There are a total of 114 models on sale. The price is from RM 59,748 to RM 1,464,888, while the cheapest is Haval H1 2021 for RM 59,748 and the most expensive one is Mercedes-Benz AMG G-Class 2021 for RM 1,376,416. To check out the perfect SUV car for you, compare prices, specs, images, features, expert reviews and user ratings by clicking the below listed models.

When it comes to the most popular SUV car brands in Malaysia, Volvo, Perodua, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan win more votes. Toyota Rush, Perodua Ativa (D55L), Proton X50, Toyota Corolla Cross, Perodua Aruz are among the most popular SUV in the segment. If you’d like to see other different body type cars, just click the right one on the top selection.

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  • Proton X50 is No.1 in Malaysia but why China prefers HR-V over Binyue?

    Proton X50 is No.1 in Malaysia but why China prefers HR-V over Binyue?

    If there’s one word to describe the Proton X50, that word would be hype. So much so that even before the model was launched here in Malaysia, hype was already in full gear.By the time it was launched in Malaysia in late-2020, it rocketed up to Proton’s sales charts, overtaking the Proton X70 in the process.Fast forward to February 2021, Proton sold 3,345 units of the X50, achieving the title as the highest monthly sales for any SUV in Malaysian history in the process.Also Read: Proto
  • Toyota is developing a hybrid Toyota Fortuner, but it’s not what you think it is

    Toyota is developing a hybrid Toyota Fortuner, but it’s not what you think it is

    Toyota is working on a hybrid version of the Toyota Fortuner, purportedly codenamed 188D. According to Philippines publication autoindustriya, the 188D Toyota Fortuner Hybrid is slated for launch in the second quarter of 2022, and that it will be a diesel-electric hybrid.The last part is important because Toyota has previously shied away from making diesel-electric hybrids, Hino trucks aside.Once championed by European manufacturers including Mercedes-Benz and Peugeot (now less so), Toyota has s
  • Booked yours? Perodua D55L to launch on 3-March 2021!

    Booked yours? Perodua D55L to launch on 3-March 2021!

    The wait is not for long more: the 2021 Perodua D55L will be officially launched through an online event on 3-March 2021. Mark your calenders, thats only seven days away!Heading to a dealership near youWeve come a long way since first covering about the then-unnamed Daihatsu Rocky way back in 2019. As 2020 blew by, we managed to get a couple of spyshots, and now Peroduas youngest star will soon be in dealerships.The D55Ls interior will largely mirror the Rockys, as pictured aboveThe D55L - which
  • Extending SST cut to June 2021 - good news for Proton, not so good for Perodua

    Extending SST cut to June 2021 - good news for Proton, not so good for Perodua

    Yesterday’s sudden announcement by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) to extend sales tax (SST) exemption for new locally-assembled (CKD) cars, and SST discount for imported (CBU) new and reconditioned cars, to 30-June 2021 was quite unexpected.The abrupt U-turn in decision came just six days after the Ministry’s earlier confirmation that the SST exemption/discount will end as planned on 31-December 2020, and that appeals by the Malaysia Automotive Association (MAA) to extend the exemptio
  • Bermaz recalls 19,685 Mazda vehicles over fuel pump replacement

    Bermaz recalls 19,685 Mazda vehicles over fuel pump replacement

    Mazda Corporation has announced a worldwide product recall to replace its fuel pump as a precautionary measure and according to Bermaz Motor, the sole distributor of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia, a total of 19,685 units of Mazda vehicles are affected.The models affected are the Mazda 2, Mazda 3, Mazda 6, CX-3, CX-5 & CX-9 manufactured between 2017 – 2019. All 2020 production models however are not affected in this recall.The product recall is necessary as a preventive measure to address
  • Volkswagen Malaysia appoints new co-Managing Director

    Volkswagen Malaysia appoints new co-Managing Director

    Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Kurt Leitner as its Managing Director, with immediate effect. Leitner, who joins Mr Erik Winter, VPCM’s other Managing Director, replaces Mr Florian Steiner who has moved on to Europe to take up another challenge after almost four years in Malaysia. Leitner will have a dual-role as Managing Director in Malaysia and Singapore. Having been with the Porsche Holding Salzburg group since 1988, Leitner has hel

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  • 2020 Proton X70 vs Proton X50 Comparison Review in Malaysia, Which Family SUV to Buy?

  • 2020 Honda HR-V 1.8 RS vs 1.5 Sport Hybrid Review, This Over the Proton X70?

  • 2020 Nissan X Trail Hybrid Review in Malaysia, Cheaper than a Honda CR-V, But Is It Better?

  • 2021 Toyota Fortuner Facelift in Malaysia, Now With 500 Nm & TSS, Best in Class 4x4 SUV?!

  • 2020 Proton X50 Road Test Drive, What Our Readers & Dan Khoo Think About This SUV!

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