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Government could ease restrictions for those with two doses of Covid-19 vaccine

The government is looking into relaxing movement restrictions for those who are fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, including allowing people to travel or...

Several localities in KL, Selangor to be placed under EMCO from July 3-16

Due to the continuous high number of Covid-19 cases in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, Senior Minister of Security, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has...

Feature Friday: The Six cars we’d like to see sold in Malaysia soon!

2017 had been a fascinating year for the Malaysian automotive industry with a diverse range of new models announcing their arrivals on our shores....

Throwback Thursday: First Generation Perodua Myvi – a true game changer

Welcome back to another installment of our throwback articles - after our previous article, have you scoured the classifieds for a used Scirocco yet? In...

Feature Friday: The cheapest cars from 9 different countries around the world

In a country where cars are the second largest investment after properties, one can be a car owner with just over RM 20k with the Perodua Axia...

The five vehicles that defined Malaysia

The local automotive landscape is like a hearty plate of Nasi Lemak - made up of diverse ingredients that culminate into something that is...

Tengku Djan continues domineering assault at the King of Nations Drift Pro Series

It was a truly perfect weekend for Malaysia's very own Prince of Drift, Tengku Djan Ley when he won the Malaysian leg of the...

These Malaysians drove 20,000km in their classic Volkswagens to Germany!

There isn't a better once-in-a-lifetime road trip scenario than what was achieved with these five Malaysians over the course of three odd months. The...

There are almost one million Perodua Myvis on our roads, and counting…

The Perodua Myvi, arguably the quintessential people's car in Malaysia, is reaching the one millionth production milestone. That's an amazing feat considering the Myvi was...

Tengku Djan Ley, the Prince of Drift returns to competitive drifting – and wins!

The Malaysian drifting scene has been relatively quiet as of late. Apart from the lack of a proper drifting venue and the dwindling interest among...