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  1. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 3 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Latest COE Prices and Trending Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2021) Trend Chart (Apr 2019 - Jun 2021) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2021) The details of the July 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 6 July 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 7 July 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 7 July 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,744 (-16) for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 867 (+37) Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 840 (+31) Category D : Motorcycles => 616 (-2) TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 162 (-76) Category E : Open Category => 259 (-6)
  2. Hi all, i have a similar question as OP as well. Can't create a new topic as i'm new to this forum, apologies. Thinking of buying my first car, budget around 30-40k and looking for manual cars preferably. With these 2 criteria in mind, i have shortlisted 2 cars - 2009 Honda Civic 1.8M and Subaru Impreza/STI (more out of budget). 1. For my first car, should i go for one with renewable COE (so that i can still sell next time) or just try try for 2-3 years and then scrape? 2. Any other manual cars available you guys would recommend? Quite hard to find manual cars nowadays... Any help would be much appreciated, cheers!
  3. Hi there, my Honda Civic is going to reach 10 years next June. I am thinking of extending the COE, but some say might as well get a new car because of my car's high mileage (already 180,000km). Any advice on which would be better? I am thinking of extending the COE because my usage has dropped quite a lot in the last 2 years (don't need to send wife to work or kids to school anymore), and I send the car to Koh Motors for servicing regularly, so I thought the car can tahan another 5 years. Thanks!
  4. Paiseh paiseh, totally forgotten that COE bidding exercise started this week. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 3 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Latest COE Prices and Trending The details of the June 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 7 June 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 9 June 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 9 June 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,753 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 858 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 815 Category D : Motorcycles => 626 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 195 Category E : Open Category => 259
  5. Cybertech

    COE renewal period

    COE expiring on 11/07/2021 and still considering to renew another 5 years or not. Now there are 2 PQP options to choose and of course will choose the June PQP which is $812 cheaper if decided to renew now. Anyone knows when will the June PQP be remained available after that will be left with only July PQP to select? As my current COE still 2 weeks before expiring.
  6. If you buy a COE Car and have $3K to spare. . . This is an assumptive thread where I will go and fish some of the COE cars in sgcarmart and share with you all, If I were to buy these cars, what are the things that I will spend on and why I will spend on these items. I did buy a COE car, and I spend quite a fair bit in modification, But that's my hobby. For those who are considering buying COE car or those who are driving a COE car, please come and share with us your maintenance and pro tips to preserve a COE car. To start off with the first car, I have chosen my own car model. 2007 Honda Accord Euro R. So, if I put aside $3,000. What will I spend on? The car itself is in a very mint condition, Only like some exterior wear and tear I will complaint, other than that I think the car drives very well so nothing much I would like to do to the engine, Just to make it a tad bit better for daily driving. Innovative Mount - $500 + 300(labour) I bought the engine mount online at ebay and went to install. Skunk2 Short Shifter - $90 Alpine Type-E Series SXE-1750S Car Audio 6.5-Inch Component 2-Way Speakers ($60) PAC RPK4-HD1101 Audio Integrated Installation Kit 2003-2007 Honda Accord ($400) I think this is one of my best value buy. instantly make the car modern again! Now Euro R comes with Apple Carplay and Android Auto! Sony XAV-AX200 DVD Receiver w/Bluetooth - ($350) The reason why I choose this headunit is because of the volume knob. I am very analog and anal when comes to these things. So this fit the bills. Momo 350 Monte Carlo Steering wheel ($130) Brought Second-hand at Japan Yahoo auction. They say airbag save lives. But unfortunately, the Honda Accord Euro R had a recall for the airbag. And I would like to preserve the original steering wheel in good condition, so when I sell the car, I hope it helps to fetch a better price, so I bought a momo steering wheel to replace. Haven't install yet, will update the photos when installed. Fluidampr performance damper ($700) Also Yahoo Auction. Since I upgraded the engine mount, the rattling of the dash is quite significant, yes, the drive is more responsive. But also a bit harsh in daily drive. So after some research, I came across this damper to help absorb some of the vibrations and also give a smoother delivery on low RPM. A full spray exterior spray painting. ($900) I have sent my car for a refresh since I might drive it for 10 years. Best decision ever! For those who want lobangs can check out MCF Marketplace for lobangs! Summary Innovative mount - $800 Skunk2 Short Shifter - $90 Alpine Speaker - $60 PAC Kit - $400 Sony XAV-AX200 - $350 MOMO Steering Wheel - $130 FluidAmpr - $700 Full Respray - $900 Total = $3,430 Over budget abit. I think Steering wheel and short shifter can be excluded if want. 😄
  7. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 3 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Latest COE Prices and Trending Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2021) Trend Chart (Feb 2019 - Apr 2021) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2021) The details of the May 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 3 May 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 5 May 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 5 May 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,726 (-231) for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 832 (-58) Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 819 (-137) Category D : Motorcycles => 650 (+104) TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 157 (-105) Category E : Open Category => 268 (-35)
  8. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 3 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Latest COE Prices and Trending The details of the April 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 5 April 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 7 April 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 7 April 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,960 (-4) for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 883 (-3) Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 958 (+12) Category D : Motorcycles => 560 (+18)  TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 263 (-29) Category E : Open Category => 296 (-2)
  9. Hey guys, i'm contemplating whether to renew one of my company's BMW 523i F10 Highline. Below are some of the mods/upgrade i'm intending to do if i eventually get the car. Assuming the car is in 100% stock condition, i'd like some advice on the dos & don't from fellow tiong chia hia dis. 19" M sports Rims (What is the best tyre profile?) Shock Absorbers/Suspensions LCI Headlights ( The squarish headlights instead of the stock round ones.) Keyless Entry + Electronic Push Button (Not sure whether it comes with it?) M Sports Steering Wheel Chip tuning (Increase Torque/Bhp. Understand from some friends need to change Air Intake or something like that.) Quad Exhaust (LTA Friendly?) Interior change to Maroon (Any Idea where can find for this 10 Year Old Bimmer) Brembo Brake Kit (No idea what is 4 pot or 6 pot and which is sufficient) Key FOB (Any idea if can use the latest gen G Series Keys to Sync on an F10 Key?) Upgrade on display I'm also intending to do my own servicing + changing of filters. Need some advice on the type of EO and Filters for better performance.
  10. Seems like The bids are damn aggressive. See this one
  11. 3 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Latest COE Prices and Trending The details of the March 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 1 March 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 3 March 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 3 March 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,922 (-54) for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 887 (+2) Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 942 (-1) Category D : Motorcycles => 542 (-30)  TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 255 (-21) Category E : Open Category => 296 (-4)
  12. I remembered there was a time when coe was 90k.. the 10 year cycle is up soon.
  13. Hi , My current ride CODE is ending on 30 September 2021 ( Registered 1 Oct 2011) . According to Certificate of Entitlement (COE) Renewal | Owning | OneMotoring (lta.gov.sg) I will loose the entire September month COE , since the renew start date will be on 1st September . Thanks .
  14. The details of the February 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 1 February 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 3 February 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 3 February 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.lta.gov.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,976 (-368) for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 885 (-78) Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 943 (-80) Category D : Motorcycles => 572 (+43)  TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 276 (-96) Category E : Open Category => 300 (-167)
  15. Hi all, Can anyone enlighten me on how open Cat COEs are used? Mainly the strategies of how/whenthe AD/PI use them, since they cost the most (more than A or B) and using them when COE lower = lost $? Thanks for the help in advance!
  16. I will upload the chart and other data by tonight. Good luck to all vested. The details of the January 2021 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 4 January 2021, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 6 January 2021, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 6 January 2021 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 3,344 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 963 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,023 Category D : Motorcycles => 529  TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 372 Category E : Open Category => 467
  17. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 2 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2020) Trend Chart (Sep 2018 - Nov 2020) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2020) The details of the December 2020 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 7 December 2020, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 9 December 2020, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 9 December 2020 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 3,371 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 978 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,035 Category D : Motorcycles => 526 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 368 Category E : Open Category => 464
  18. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 2 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2020) Trend Chart (Aug 2018 - Oct 2020) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2020) The details of the November 2020 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 2 November 2020, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 4 November 2020, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 4 November 2020 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 3,347 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 967 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,013 Category D : Motorcycles => 533 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 370 Category E : Open Category => 464
  19. Mazdaowner

    Audi TT Coupe

    Long time no see. Any opinions on the Audi TT Coupe 2.0 would be much appreciated. In consideration of a change. Thank you.
  20. Community Service brought to you by MCF 2 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Good Luck to all vested! Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2020) Trend Chart (May 2018 - Jul 2020) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2020) The details of the August 2020 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 3 August 2020, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 5 August 2020, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 5 August 2020 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 3,287 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES: Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,022 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 932 Category D : Motorcycles => 503 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES: Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 358 Category E : Open Category => 472
  21. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 2 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2020) Trend Chart (Jul 2018 - Sep 2020) *chart taken from www.sgcarmart.com PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2020) The details of the October 2020 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 5 October 2020, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 7 October 2020, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 7 October 2020 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 2,889 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 912 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 805 Category D : Motorcycles => 429 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 316 Category E : Open Category => 427
  22. Fuelsaver

    VES 2018

  23. Community Service brought to you by MCF Good Luck to all vested! 2 useful links for our dear MCFers: Real Time COE Bidding Results Check Your COE Bidding Status Past Bidding Results (2001 - 2018) Past Bidding Results (2019 - 2020) PQP (2010 - 2015) PQP (2016 - 2020) The details of the September 2020 1st open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows: Tender opens: Monday, 7 September 2020, 12 noon Tender closes: Wednesday, 9 September 2020, 4.00 pm Tender results: Wednesday, 9 September 2020 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website) The total quota available for this tender is 3,261 for the following vehicle categories: NON-TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES: Category A : Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,035 Category B : Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 904 Category D : Motorcycles => 496 TRANSFERABLE CATEGORIES: Category C : Goods Vehicles and Buses => 354 Category E : Open Category => 472
  24. Anybody tried before? I just tried this evening. Yeah. Try for fun, see whether can get or not. How much did I bid for? Check out this video for the experience. Take note, once you bid, the deposit is $10,000. The non-refundable fee is $2. If I get the COE, I will have 6 months to register the car. LTA only collects the rest of the COE when I register the car. Sounds cool to me.
  25. noobcarbuyer

    Sgp enters worst recession in 55 yrs

    https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/packed-malls-rising-property-prices-and-coes-its-hard-tell-spore-its-worst-recession Packed malls, rising property and COE prices — it’s hard to tell S’pore is in its worst recession Singapore has entered its worst recession since independence However, consumer spending seems alive and well Economists say that the pandemic has affected the lower-income more Government support has also helped prop up consumer spending SINGAPORE — Despite all the doom and gloom surrounding the economy since the Covid-19 pandemic began earlier this year, a 29-year-old who wished to be known only as Ms Lee said she is not too concerned over losing her job in the months ahead. Working in the finance industry, she said there is probably only a “1 per cent chance” she gets retrenched given her job stability. Ms Lee is not the only one bucking the trend as Singapore grapples with its worst economic crisis since independence. Ms Soh Wan Wei, a marketing manager in a software company, said there has been no need for her to tighten her purse strings as her income has not taken a hit. In fact, both women said their spending has decreased as the circuit breaker months and having to work from home meant that they are going out less, though online shopping is accounting for a greater portion of their overall spending. “I go out less, I stop shopping for clothes, I eat at home,” said the 32-year-old Ms Soh. “The only chance I can spend money outside is during weekends. I still go out and eat at restaurants,” said Ms Lee. Stories like these from Ms Lee and Ms Soh may seem jarring, given the dire official economic figures. On Tuesday, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) said that Singapore’s economy shrank 13.2 per cent for the second quarter of this year compared with the same period last year. It also downgraded Singapore’s economic forecast for this year to a contraction of between 5 and 7 per cent from an initial projection that gross domestic product (GDP) would shrink between 4 and 7 per cent. Compared to the first quarter on an annualised seasonally-adjusted basis, the economy contracted by an eye-popping 42.9 per cent. Before Covid-19 wreaked havoc on Singapore’s economy, the largest full-year contraction was registered in 1998, when the economy shrank by 2.2 per cent as it reeled from the Asian financial crisis. The steepest quarter-on-quarter drop on an annualised seasonally-adjusted basis was 11 per cent during the third quarter of 2010, after the 2008/2009 global financial crisis. While retrenchment numbers have spiked and GDP figures have been hitting record lows, large crowds still throng the malls on weekends. Property prices inched up 0.3 per cent for the second quarter, while latest Certificate of Entitlement prices in August rose by at least 7 per cent, suggesting that some consumers here have no problems spending. However, economists told TODAY that there is no contradiction between the official numbers and what’s happening on the ground. Ms Selena Ling, head of treasury research and strategy at OCBC Bank, said the second quarter figures reflected how things were during the two circuit breaker months of April and June, which saw most workplaces shut in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Now that Singapore is in Phase Two of its circuit breaker exit where most businesses are allowed to reopen, the “look and feel is very different”, she said. Ms Ling said the large crowds at shopping malls could be a reflection of some pent-up demand after the circuit breaker as well. “Singaporeans haven’t gone away. We can’t travel, whatever expenditure (is occurring) is being spent here. Same for foreigners working here, there is no outlet,” she added. The question though is whether the demand seen now is sustainable. Economists also said that much of the spending on display comes from the higher-income households, who have not been as greatly affected by Covid-19. Dr Chua Hak Bin, an economist at Maybank Kim Eng, called Covid-19 a “regressive shock,” where sectors which are more labour-intensive and therefore made up of more lower-income workers have been hit harder. The finance and technology sectors have emerged relatively unscathed out of the crisis, economists said. “Even though this is the biggest recession since independence, this is also a very uneven recession whereby certain segments of the economy are bearing the brunt more than the rest. Unfortunately it is the lower income group,” said Mr Irvin Seah, a senior DBS economist. Dr Chua said that lockdowns worldwide have in fact raised the saving rates of higher-income households since they have not been able to spend on discretionary goods like travel or recreation. “There is a lot of liquidity in the system and some has shown in pent-up demand for certain goods such as property purchases,” he said. Economists also said that Government support, such as the Jobs Support Scheme which helps companies subsidies the wages of Singaporean workers, has also helped prop up consumer spending. Over S$100 billion has been pumped into the Singapore economy over four budgets since the Covid-19 outbreak to help prevent mass business closures and retrenchments. “That has perhaps concealed the real pain because jobs lost in the first half of the year are borne by foreigners… Maybe some of these sentiments are partly inflated due to generous payouts which are set to fade,” said Dr Chua. Mr Seah also said that there is usually a lag effect on the labour market, where the worst effects will materialise only at least two quarters after the record-low GDP figures. He said that the labour market will likely bottom out only at the end of this year, and that might be when consumers here will start tightening their belts. “In the coming months when the support measures expire, that’s when we will see things fall back to reality,” said Mr Seah. While he said that consumers should be spending as it would help local businesses, he added that they should be mindful of the risk and be prudent.
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