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Review: Kia Rio 1.4 MPI – Just slightly overcooked

Nothing excites me more than hatchbacks - whether it's a Fiesta ST or merely a humble Kelisa, I like their "flickability" (if there is...

Review: Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P 2WD – Can it get any better than this?

There's really no way to go about this review except making it seem like I had "extra incentives" to say good things about the...

First Drive: Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0L, hitting all the right spots

Gone were the days where Mitsubishi Motors made rally-bred 4WD sedans for the road. Today, the company is almost entirely focused on family-friendly SUVs...

First Drive: Volvo S90 T8 Inscription Plus – The Swede Comeback

When Volvo Car Malaysia(VCM) pulled the covers off the beautiful S90 and V90 in the form of T5 and T6 R-Design 7 months ago, we could almost hear fans of the brand asking - when is the T8 PHEV coming?

Review: W205 Mercedes-Benz C 350 e Avantgarde – The Silent Screamer

"It can't be a hybrid, it doesn't look like one," mutters a friend. I don't blame him because there used to be a time...

First Drive: Perodua Myvi 1.3 & 1.5, rebirth of an icon

The Perodua Myvi needs no introduction - with more than one million of the compact hatchback on the road, there is a high chance...

Review: Peugeot 2008 1.2 PURETECH – Exceeding Expectations [+Video]

Having expectations - whether with relationships, goals, be it even cars - can be tricky. It's great when things fall into place, but when...

Review: Volkswagen Beetle 1.2 TSI Sport, redefined with charisma

It was the first test car assigned to me within days of joining this publication and while I did not punch my fist in...

First Drive: Taking the Honda City to Kuala Terengganu

Initially, it seemed like it would've been just another media drive out of town. If we're completely honest, driving the new Honda City Sport...

Review: Mitsubishi Triton 2.4L MIVEC, the benchmark for refinement

I remember walking a female friend to her car after a long day in university. As we walk further across the deserted carpark, I...