PLUS customers now have PUTRI to help them with their enquiries

Human interaction has continuously changed over time but now the change has accelerated as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world. We now have to be conscious of social distancing – standing at least a metre apart – and be aware that even shaking hands can be risky as the virus can […]

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APRIL 2020

Lowest ever sales and production numbers in April – only 271 vehicles delivered!

As expected, with the whole country virtually shut down during the month of April, new vehicle sales did not take place at all. The latest summary of April data from the Malaysia Automotive Association (MAA) shows that only 141 vehicles were delivered, of which 131 were passenger vehicles. We’re not sure how these were delivered […]

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No more ‘turn around’ only at roadblocks; police will issue summonses for not obeying CMCO regulation

It has been said so many times: no interstate travel is allowed during this Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period and that includes balik kampung trips for Hari Raya this year. Yet, in recent days, the traffic has been increasing on certain highways, especially those leading out of Selangor to other states. While permission is […]

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2020 Volvo Car & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge

Volvo Car & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge is on again for interior design firms

The Volvo Car & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge is on again, a follow-up to the inaugural event in 2018 which invited interior design firms around the country to submit their most creative spatial designs. For 2020, the Swedish car brand has organized it in collaboration with duduk – a new brand by Eco World Development Group […]

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BMW Child Safety

BMW Malaysia’s Child Safety Seat Subsidy program moves to Phase 2

With the compulsory use of Child Restraint Systems (CRS), typically childseats, having been imposed at the beginning of this year, parents have to buy such seats if they want to bring their small children out in the car. However, for those in the lower income group, it may be tough to purchase this item. To […]

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‘No’ means NO on interstate travel but there are people who insist on breaking the law

Hari Raya Aidilfitri (expected to fall on May 24) is approaching but this year, with the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to stop its spread, the government has declared that the traditional ‘balik kampung’ journeys cannot take place. There are great risks in allowing thousands to travel around the country as some […]

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Entire Perodua sales and aftersales network is ready to serve customers

As the leading car company in the country, Perodua has a huge network of sales and aftersales outlets – all of which had to be closed when the Movement Control Order (MCO) was activated on March 18 this year. Now that the situation regarding the COVID-19 virus has eased a bit – though it has […]

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Ford Ranger FX4

New Ford Ranger FX4 to be unveiled on June 3 and you’re invited to the launch event!

Malaysians throughout the country are invited to the launch of the new Ford Ranger FX4 scheduled on this June 3 at 11 am. Of course, with the restriction on gatherings due to the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), a public event is not possible at this time so Sime Darby Auto ConneXion, the sole distributor […]

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Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu Malaysia to expedite delivery of new vehicles to customers

As the country continues to transition towards the recovery phase of the pandemic, Isuzu Malaysia is doing its best to fulfil customer orders, particularly those that were placed before the Movement Control Order (MCO) came into effect in March. Efforts are underway to ensure vehicles are speedily processed from the plant in Pekan, Pahang to […]

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