Announcement: AutoBuzz.my Best Cars of 2018 Awards


It’s always been an annual tradition for us at Autobuzz.my to pick the best cars we’ve driven throughout the year; to highlight their excitement, thrills and sensations from behind the wheel.

While they may not necessarily be the most consumer savvy, but more of a personal pick from within the team, we’ve decided to come up with the Autobuzz.my Best Cars of 2018 Awards based on popular demand.

There are almost 300 cars in a comprehensive list, ranging from A-segment vehicles like the Kia Picanto to supercars like the Mercedes AMG GT-S, where they will be segmented into 35 different categories.

City Cars Sports Executive Midsize SUVPremium Executive Car Luxury Sports SUV
Compact Hatch Sportwagons Family SUVExecutive Coupe Premium Family SUV
Supermini Compact MPV Offroad SUV Luxury Flagship Car Luxury SUV
Compact Sedan Midsize MPV Pickup Trucks Premium Compact SUV Premium Coupe
Mid Size Hatchback Large MPVCoupes Premium Midsize SUV Premium MPV
Mid Size Sedan People Carrier Premium Compact Car Premium Sports SUV Driver’s Car
Family Exec Sedan Crossover Premium Family Car Premium Large SUV

These cars will be judged internally based on value for money, safety (active/passive), driver assistance systems, performance, handling, ride comfort, interior, exterior and build quality. A rating of 0 to 10 will be given accordingly, with 10 being the highest score.

The top three cars from each category will be announced soon, followed by announcements of the winners from each respective category by mid-2018.

You’ve seen the various categories, so let us know which car you think is worthy of being the winner in their respective categories. As from our side, we sure hope that the winners selected can provide several car buying insights (and even motivation) for your next big purchase!


Pan Eu Jin

Pan Eu Jin

Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.
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