Today is Tuesday, October. 1
Today is Tuesday, October. 1
Goodyear Malaysia released the Assurance DuraPlus 2 with TredLife Technology. The TredLife Technology featuring:
More features and benefits on: Goodyear.my
PETRONAS Dagangan Bhd (PDB) just introduced the new Mesra redemption portal that covers more than 81 brands. Mesra card members can now gain rewards redemption options beyond purchasing fuel and Mesra items.
Mesra Rewards is an online platform that lets you redeem great deals at greatly discounted prices at restaurants, beauty salons, spas, gyms, entertainment venues, stores and more. Discover incredible offers, promotions and experiences around every corner while saving on your spending. Earn points while you spend and use them to redeem discounts, products and services.
More information on: MyMesra.my
Honda Malaysia celebrated their 900,000th locally assembled car with a special two-day celebration and a massive giveaway.
The Road to 900,000th Unit Milestone campaign grand finale was held in Bukit Jalil National Stadium on the 28th and 29th September. The grand finale saw the giveaway of 1 unit from each Honda model that is currently on sale in Malaysia to 9 lucky winners.
The Toyota Rush is an SUV that was introduced in Malaysia back in 2018. Similar to the Perodua Aruz, the Toyota Rush features a comprehensive list of safety equipment, rugged exterior, and a 7-seater configuration.
That's more expensive than the Honda BR-V (priced from RM 80,989 to RM 87,701) and Perodua Aruz (priced from RM 72,900 to RM 77,900). For buyers that need to ferry more than 5 occupants regularly would be pleased to know that...
Previewed by the e-TPV prototype, Mazda's first zero-emissions model is likely to be an SUV with up to 150 miles of range. The model is said to accommodate an underfloor battery pack more easily.
It will use a similar set-up to the prototype, which has a 35.5kWh battery and a single electric motor delivering 138bhp and 195lb ft of torque to the front wheels via a single-speed transmission.
450,000 diesel Volkswagen owners are claiming compensation for being concealed from the misleading emissions data of their cars.
In 2015, the firm admitted using illegal software to cheat on emissions tests. VW said it was confident those allegations would prove groundless.
Unless there is a settlement, the legal process is likely to take years - VW expects it to take at least four. Even if they win, car owners will have to go back to court to get compensation.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) was reporting incorrect new car sales data between 2012 and 2016 to conceal it’s actual key performance indicators. SEC then found out FCA was paying dealers to report face vehicle sales and imposed a fine.
Now the case is finally coming to a close with the company agreed to pay $40 million to settle the charges.
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