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Mazda announces next-gen SkyActiv-X petrol engines, EV & hybrids by 2019

Mazda Motor Corporation has just announced their “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030” plan, a new long-term vision for future technology developments. The first innovation conceived from...

UK to ban petrol and diesel powered cars by 2040; but are car makers...

The UK government has just made a bold announcement to ban all diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040. This court-mandated move follows the French...

Shell Malaysia launches petrol and diesel with DYNAFLEX, improves fuel economy!

Good news for all Shell loyalists, because from today onwards, you will be getting an advanced formulation designed to help your engine run cleaner...

Getting your weekly fuel price updates has never been more simple than this

If you find yourself unable to keep up with the weekly revisions of fuel prices and are fed up with the rumours flying about...

Petrol prices to be announced every Wednesday night, starting 29 March

The government has announced that fuel pricing will now be reviewed weekly instead of the current monthly system. Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and...

RON 95 & 97 prices remain, diesel up by 5 sen

Fuel prices for the month of March will remain the same as February, with RON 95 and RON 97 costing RM2.30 per litre and...

RON 95 and RON 97 up by 20 sen for February 2017, diesel by...

Looks like it's not great news to usher in the Lunar New Year. Fuel prices for the month of February will see RON 95...

Petrol and diesel prices all up by 20 sen for January 2017

Looks like us motorists aren't off to a good start after all. At the stroke of midnight, prices for all fuels – petrol and...

All fuel prices for December down by 5 sen

As global crude oil prices fluctuate, naturally, we would be affected, what more the weakening Ringgit. For the month of December however, things swing...

Fuel prices up by 10 sen in October [+Video]

Effective 12am on 1 October 2015, all fuels - RON95, RON97 and diesel will see an increase of 10 sen per litre, no thanks...