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  1. I notice all the mid size Japanese sedan are off the shelfs due to non euro 6 comply, conservative buyers have nowhere to get their rides. Camry, Accord, Legacy, Teana won't be bringing in stocks till next year. Sonata and Mazda 6 left a few set. Of course Borneo's Harrier 2.0T is coming. Even if quota high and supply low, it may just push down COE.
  2. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013...s-Ministry.aspx as above, for those who are heading north during next weekend, do take note
  3. I brought my oil and octane booster and the custom fella was saying i have to pay duties for it. They especially pick on Singapore cars. Please be careful guys. There is two estima, a camry and my bmw that has been stopped. Be careful! They ask me to pay duty of RM 30 which i paid
  4. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/24/...E8DO1BQ20120224 Fri Feb 24, 2012 1:05am EST * Tensions between Iran and West boost oil * Upbeat U.S. economy data lifts demand outlook * Brent hits fresh record in euros on Thursday (Adds details, update prices) By Florence Tan SINGAPORE, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Brent crude rose above $124 on Friday, on track for a fifth straight weekly gain, as worries over Iranian supply and upbeat U.S. economic data offset concerns that high oil prices could snuff out demand growth. Brent crude rose 38 cents to $124.00 by 0550 GMT, after touching a high of $124.28 earlier in the session. Brent, which has gained more than 11 percent so far this month, settled on Thursday at $123.62 a barrel -- the highest front-month settlement since May 2 last year. U.S. crude futures rose for a seventh day, its longest winning streak since a 10-day gain in December 2009. The April contract was up 73 cents at $108.56 a barrel. "There's still a risk premium to be built in oil prices because of Iran," said Jonathan Barratt, chief executive of BarrattBulletin, a Sydney-based commodity research firm. Tensions between the West and Iran over Tehran's nuclear programme rose after a U.N. nuclear watchdog mission ended in failure this week. Faced with western sanctions, European and Asian buyers of Iranian crude have or planned to cut imports from Tehran. Japan, the world's third-largest oil importer, may cut Iranian crude imports by a more-than-expected 20 percent as it seeks a waiver from U.S. sanctions, a move which would spare its banks from a major blow but also boost its rising fuel import bill. Yet, the stalemate over Iran's nuclear programme is working in favour of the Islamic Republic as higher oil prices are compensating Iran for its market share losses, Barratt said. Iran said it has maintained oil production levels despite sanctions, but oil experts said they suspected Tehran was storing crude at sea while looking for new customers to evade Western measures. DEMAND CONCERNS Consumption for refined oil products in the United States -- the world's top oil consumer -- plunged to the lowest level in nearly 15 years, data from the Energy Information Administration showed. President Barack Obama hit back at election-year Republican criticism of his energy policies, offering a staunch defense of his attempts to wean Americans off foreign oil and saying there is no "silver bullet" for high gasoline prices. Rising oil prices have also been adding to concerns over demand. Brent valued in euros surged to a record on Thursday, adding fuel costs to the euro zone's debt troubles and denting the region's recovery efforts. Brent's record price in euros is "going to hurt any chance of recovery" at the euro zone, Barratt said. The euro zone has yet to break its vicious cycle of debt as its economy is heading into its second recession in just three years and the wider European Union will stagnate, according to a forecast by the European Commission. Brent's premium to U.S. crude CL-LCO1=R narrowed to $15.44 after closing at $15.79 on Thursday as inventories at Cushing, the delivery point for WTI, fell 315,000 barrels last week. The spread rose to over $20 a barrel earlier in the month on rising inventories in the U.S. Midwest. In other markets, Asian shares rose and the euro hovered at 2-1/2-month highs on Friday after data underscored a recovery in the battered U.S. labour market and German business sentiment improved. The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits last week held at the lowest level since the early days of the 2007-2009 recession, while U.S. December home prices rose 0.7 percent. (Editing by Himani Sarkar)
  5. s--t, i think I just beaten the red light Red light outside fullerton hotel driving from esplanade drive heading south. can anyone confirm there is red light camera there? being a such prominent place, should have red light camera, right? how long does it take to show on EDDIES? sway, just kana 6 point one month back, now 12 more....
  6. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../437196/1/.html walao.... they damn boliao we must get ready for mob manning liao
  7. Cat A $ 12,899 Cat B $ 14,840 Cat C $ 12,615 Cat D $ 901 Cat E $ 15,100
  8. [inline crude.jpg] As of now, crude is trading at $89 at UK's Brent north sea crude. $93+ at NYMEX. Guess those hedge funds that are buying in oil are now losing big time sia Looking forward to another round of petrol price drop. Last drop was at $99 per barrel for NYMEX.
  9. Let's guess who is the next one to come out to tok about the wage hike & inflation thingie.....
  10. GERMAN automaker Daimler Ag is preparing to launch its next generation of fuel cell cars, four years after it introduced to the world the first electric cars to generate its own power from hydrogen. Based on the Mercedes-Benz B-class compact, the new cars are bigger, more powerful and have a longer range than the 60 A-class fuel cell cars it has been testing around the world since 2004. The fleet will be launched in 2010; and Singapore will be among selected cities the cars will be tested in. The Republic is to get 15 units of the zero emission cars, a Daimler spokesman said. Like the previous six fuel cell A-class cars here, they will be handed over to companies, institutions and individuals to drive and evaluate. Motorists in Singapore would not have to wait till 2015 to buy a car that will help them cut their fuel bills, though. There are currently a growing range of CNG vehicles, and at least four petrol-electric hybrids on the market. Later this year, Toyota will introduce a new hybrid, the Lexus GS450h, followed by the hybrid Camry next year. The latter is expected to be popular because of its spaciousness and price competitiveness. Daimler will also launch a hybrid Mercedes S-class next year, while Honda is also expected to offer another hybrid in 2010 to join its Civic hybrid in Singapore. While hybrids and CNG cars are cleaner and more frugal than their petrol counterparts, fuel cell cars are seen as the only alternative that is independent of fossil fuels Good News For Mercedes Driver
  11. Was driving home on the PIE earlier when I saw the electronic signboard saying "Accident after Thomson Road Lane 1 4 closed" True enough there was a fatal accident... a trashed motorbike was at the island markings on lane 4 (where the merging lane from a side road to the PIE was)... and a motionless body lying in a pool of blood was right in lane 1... ambulance and police were there. I counted 1 taxi on lane 1, and 2 taxis, 1 van and 1 private passenger car along the road shoulder on lane 4 slightly further up... Sian man... always accident accident... fatal accidents involving motorcyclists are the worst... especially in the wee hours of the morning like 2-3am! Somehow I have a feeling the accident was caused by the taxi on lane 1....
  12. Hi all, At the current state of car manufacturing technology, what do you think of the average bhp will be in 7 years time for a stock 1.6L & 2.0L "bread and butter" NA car? Regards,
  13. Hi Mod, I dunno is it just me or did the rest notice. Last time, whenever there's reply to a posting. The "poster" will get an email & he can double-click to see the reply. From that page, he can actually choose to login but now it appears to me that the option is not available on other part of the webpage. Plse correct me if I am wrong. Thank you.
  14. Mivec9

    Swift heading north

    Yo bros, thinking of heading further up than JB, is the old swift capable?? Heard Hoppe had done the round trip to Genting and KL.... U done ur servicing before hitting the road??
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