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SUBARU is the smallest Japanese car manufacturer but it has a big reputation, thanks to its many successes in one of the toughest of saloon car races, the World Rally Championships writes LOUIS CHEANG.
IF it weren't for the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show, we would not have been able to see the Tridion Safety Cell of the smart car for the masses, said Steffen Doelz, vice president for sales and marketing, DaimlerChrysler Malaysia Sdn Bhd. LOUIS CHEANG reports.
Local car manufacturers should incorporate more safety features in their vehicles before the Government forces them to do so by law, said Transport Minister Datuk Chan Kong Choy.
There are times when you know a car looks and feels right. The curvy Citroen C3 is one such vehicle. Seeing it for the first time, one wonders how Citroen's design stylists came up with such a cute, chic model that shows a certain French flair.
If all you know about clever Swedish design is through a certain furniture store, meet another giant of great form and function from that country: Volvo. Its near- perfect SUV, the XC90, had PAUL SI salivating.
Where safety is concerned,the Ranger can now comfortablylay claim to being the best in its class writes PAUL SI.
For months on end there had been talk of a new Proton model. There were even pictures on the Internet on it. But the invitation from Proton to attend the launch of a new model made it quite clear: it was about an enhanced model. LOUIS CHEANG reports.
In this final part of his report on the Ford Ranger he has owned for several years, PAUL SI explains the modifications he's made to Old Faithful as well as what to expect in terms of maintenance requirements.
The Penang electronics and electrical (EE) industry, optimistic of a positive turnaround in the 2nd half of 2003, is poised to tap market opportunities arising from the rebound.