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  1. hi all started this new thread for perodua owners in s'pore. can share tips on modi, spare parts n accessories, etc.
  2. Launching soon. Anybody interested in getting this car? Come let us discuss..
  3. https://waupost.com/msian-students-pool-money-together-to-buy-their-beloved-teacher-a-rm70000-car-for-his-retirement/ must have been extremely well-liked to have received such a lavish gift by students from 38 spm batches spannin 1980 to 2021 Paid off in full too In sg context the aruz will set u back by at least 100k but maybe u have to buy ur own coe 😅 Good gesture
  4. Wow....less than $10K Singapore dollar? Malaysia really boleh...I don't mind driving one for marketing and simple outing when I retire there.... http://www.peroduaaxia.com/ http://www.mysinchew.com/node/100878 Perodua Axia opens for booking Friday 2014-08-14 13:04 KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 (Bernama) -- Axia, Malaysia's first energy-efficient vehicle (EEV) – with a tentative starting price of RM24,900 (for Peninsular Malaysia) - will be open for booking at all Perodua sales outlets from tomorrow, Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) said. In a statement, Perodua said the lates
  5. Seems like nobody started on the 2018 Perodua Myvi after searching through the folders . Perodua is going to launch the 2018 myvi (3rd generation)on 16/11/2017 The new car is slated to be vastly improved from its current model ,being outdated in terms of safety and specs. However, the new car is going to rectify all those flaws ,making the wrongs right. The car comes in the usual 1.3 and 1.5L engine guise and the tranny options are just a manual 5 speeder shifter or a dinosaur age 4 speed self shifter(yawn) Features in the 1.3L guise 1.3L Dual VVT-i four cylinder (94bhp/121Nm) 1.3
  6. Back to the age-old question - Is it easier to park with or without cars around you? In the forum discussion above, many said that it is easier to park with cars around you. Well, I would think otherwise. Watch this clip and find out why: This incident happened at an open-air carpark, located at 877 Tampines Street 84. What happened? The Lalamove driver, who was driving a Renault SUV, was caught on cam reversing into a PARKED AND STATIONARY Perodua. Oh wells. I am guessing the Lalamove driver held onto the notion that parking with cars around y
  7. source: https://paultan.org/2021/02/22/perodua-ativa-suv-1kr-vet-1-0l-3cyl-turbo-deep-dive/ Perodua’s long-awaited compact SUV, the Ativa, is the talk of the town. Based on the attractive Daihatsu Rocky/Toyota Raize and utilising more of its Japanese partner’s technology than ever before, the D55L promises to be the most advanced Perodua ever – marking a new era for the national carmaker. So far, we’ve looked at the specs, name and pricing; here, we’re taking a deep dive into the Ativa’s new engine, the 1KR-VET. Utilising just three cylinders and 1.0 litres in displacement, it will m
  8. totally should read MAHATHIR want to manufact supercars instead of msia... ISTANBUL — Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has pictured the possibility of Malaysia producing "super cars" in order to further enhance the capability of the nation’s automotive industry. Dr Mahathir said Turkish supercar producer Onuk had indicated willingness to cooperate with Malaysia to produce the exotic vehicle. Dr Mahathir said he had long been aware of Turkish companies’ capability but only now he could see it first-hand. “I was aware of their capability. But there was no follow-up
  9. For a budget daily driver, is Proton or Perodua better? Interested criteria would be running costs, maintenance and overall reliability. Is there any unspoken consensus here or across the causeway which brand is preferred? Also, Proton is no longer selling in Singapore?
  10. MCF HangOut with the All-New 2019 Perodua Myvi! Official Car Launch for the All-New Perodua Myvi 13 Apr 2019, Saturday, 10 AM - 1 PM 18 Ubi Rd 4, #01-01 Ubi Car Mall, S408616 Come and test-drive the All-New Perodua Myvi and stand a chance to win away shopping voucher worth total $450! Registration has been closed. Perodua Myvi comes in 1.3 L and 1.5 L engine capacity. Only 1.3 L model is available for test drive during the event. This petite little car have a lot to rave about. The safety, boot space, fuel efficiency and much more have surpassed the expectation of many wh
  11. Is Perodua Kenari a good and reliable car? Thinking of buying 1 used one. Please advise.
  12. Replaces the Kancil and Kelisa. http://paultan.org/archives/2007/05/11/new...otos-and-price/
  13. More than 50 MyCarForum (MCF) members and Perodua guests, together with their partners and family, gathered at the Perodua showroom in Ubi on Saturday for another MCF Hangout with Perodua, and got up close and personal with the all new Perodua Myvi hatchback. With a wide-ranging crowd consisting of older adults, young families and even excited children, guests were eager to check out and learn more about the latest model from the Malaysian manufacturer. sgCarMart Editorial Team member Idris Talib also shared with the guests his experience driving the new Myvi, which he says "w
  14. Just finish my 4 days off(Saturday to Tuesday) and have for 4 weeks more to enjoy weekends off again.Last week I hang out with other Malaysia car makes owner @ Tampines Teh Tarik and I was thinking of gathering most Singapore Malaysia makes car owners.Last week there is 2 gen2 1.6,1 Viva 1.0,1 Myvi 1.3,1 Saga Blm and 1 Exora.Our discussion is mainly car acc and parts.Hope to hear more positive feedbacks here before proceeding
  15. Just a rebadge Toyota Passo Sette with modification done in Malaysia.. Perodua Alza Spacious and comfort wise still cant beat Exora
  16. Selamat Pagi!!! Christmas and New Year is around the corner! We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Join us on the 4th of Feb 2017 to celebrate CNY and to test drive the All New Perodua Bezza. This is the 1st Sedan car that Perodua have ever made, a sedan that makes economic sense and offers great practicality! The new EEV (Energy Efficient Vehicle) engines are built to be lightweight and compact, to improve fuel consumption, as well as to reduce levels of vibration and noise! MyCarForum (MCF) and Perodua are inviting all MCF members and their partners to joi
  17. Avail in a 3 cyliner 12 Valve 1 litre engine. Go for the manual. The auto is underpowered. Details in the Nov issue of 'Motoring'. http://www.perodua.com.my/our_cars.php?sub...car_model=kasih
  18. While double parking is a common sight in Malaysia, we are glad it is not a common practice in Singapore. Watch this Nissan Navara driver take matters into his own hands as he gets sick of waiting for the Perodua Myvi's owner to get his car out of the way. With at least 356Nm of twisting force and a towing capacity of 3 tonnes, it easily pushes the poor little hatchback out of its way and leaves it in the middle of the road. The full-time score? Nissan Navara 1, Perodua Myvi 0. http://dai.ly/x20kube_malaysia-double-parking-omg-old-klang-road-don-t-double-park-1_auto
  19. What I like about Motor Shows are concept cars. In fact, if a motor show is devoid of concept cars it would feel as if the event is lacking something. It feels like having fish & chips without the tartar sauce or having a hot dog without relish, and mustard. So when the Kuala Lumpur Motor Show 2010 (KLIMS) had on display a whole lot of concept cars, it felt like a proper motor show. Of course, not all look like the Lotus Esprit concept pictured above These are the Good, the So-so and the Really Horrid. The Good Perodua - The Bezza, a very Toyota-esque concept car. Not su
  20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI2MpcIiO6A THis is funny. Enjoy!
  21. Nowadays car ownership in Singapore has gotten a little more expensive due to the Certificate Of Entitlement (COE) fee moving slightly upwards. Those that wanted a S$60,000 car may find that it costs S$70,000. Add this fact with rising ERP charges, the parking charges and an economy that is still reeling from a global meltdown the total cost of owning a car has risen. Some would walk, take public transport but to those who still yearn to own their personal set of transport would still browse through car magazines, internet motoring portals (like this one) and push their faces into the glass in
  22. It's a rebadge Toyota Passo Sette/Daihatsu Boon Luminas with minor changes done by Perodua.Changes include ala 370Z headlight,Front grille,Rims,steering wheels and bumpers.Production already start at Malaysia plant.There are two version ie the basic and premium.Basic features are fabric seats,Steel rims.Premium include GPS/DVD/Alloy rims,Leather seats,cruise control.ABS/EBD and airbags are standard on both variants.Price are expected around RM58K for basic version while 64K for premium.To be frank its quite cramped to be 7 seater,6 seater(2t2t2).Expect Exora to slashed out next year h
  23. http://paultan.org/topics/cars/new-perodua-mpv-2009/ Any chance it is coming ??
  24. http://star-motoring.com/news/story.asp?fi...9&sec=motornews According to article its still fully imported from Japan and no plans to build in Malaysia unless substantial sales.
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