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Proton implements 0% GST on its sales and service
In Cars, Local News, Proton / By Anthony Lim / 17 May 2018 7:11 pm / 11 comments

Yesterday, the ministry of finance (MoF) announced that the switch to zero percent GST will be made on June 1, ahead of an eventual reintroduction of the sales and services tax (SST). In preparation for the move to 0% GST, Proton has decided to offer its customers an interim pricing scheme to ensure its customers benefit from the change.

The automaker said that with immediate effect, all Proton cars sold and registered from May 16 to May 31, 2018 will include service vouchers equivalent in value to the difference between the current and new price of the car after GST is zero rated.

Additionally, Proton Customer Care is offering a 6% discount on periodical maintenance (labour and periodical maintenance parts only) to all owners who bring their car in for servicing at authorised service centres. This service initiative will run from May 19 to May 31.

Customers who service their cars from May 16 to May 18 will be given a 6% discount during their vehicle’s next scheduled service (subject to showing the receipt from their previous service).

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“Proton is supportive of the new Malaysian government’s efforts to reduce the cost of living for the rakyat. Despite zero-rated GST only coming into effect on June 1, we have decided to reward our customers immediately as a token of gratitude for their support and in the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan,” said Proton VP of sales and marketing Abdul Rashid Musa.

These offers are in addition to the current Kosong-kosong promotion, where buyers of the Iriz (Executive and Premium variant), Ertiga (all variants) and Exora (all variants) who sign up for nine-year loan tenures with Hong Leong Bank are eligible for 0% financing for the first year.

Those who opt for the Saga or Persona instead and finance their purchase with a seven-year loan from Proton Commerce will be eligible to receive free three-months instalment, subject to terms and conditions.

Research Proton Cars at

Proton Saga
RM 35,590 – RM 44,342

Proton Persona
RM 44,831 – RM 57,473

Proton Iriz
RM 42,397 – RM 56,950

Proton Preve
RM 57,833 – RM 71,317

Proton Suprima S
RM 67,687 – RM 77,472

Proton Perdana
RM 110,120 – RM 134,395

Proton Ertiga
RM 56,984 – RM 62,819

Proton Exora
RM 65,702 – RM 73,482
Related Cars for Sale on

2018 Proton Saga 1.3 Premium CVT
RM 38,000

2013 Proton Saga FLX Executive CVT 1.3 (A) Sedan
RM 25,000

2002 Proton Perdana 2.0 V6
RM 9,500

2018 Proton Saga 1.3 Standard CVT (2016)
RM 39,800

2013 Proton Preve 1.6 Turbo Premium
RM 28,800

2018 Proton Exora 1.6 Turbo Bold Premium All Variants Rebate 1500
RM 61,800

2018 Proton Perdana 2.0/2.4 Rebate 11888-13888
RM 98,000

2018 Proton Ertiga 1.4 Executive Plus Rebate 2000 All Variants
RM 56,800

Anthony Lim believes that nothing is better than a good smoke and a car with character, with good handling aspects being top of the prize heap. Having spent more than a decade and a half with an English tabloid daily never being able to grasp the meaning of brevity or being succinct, he wags his tail furiously at the idea of waffling – in greater detail – about cars and all their intrinsic peculiarities here.

Comments

john on May 17, 2018 at 7:17 pm
Deswai the whole Malaysia loves Proton

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Zai on May 17, 2018 at 8:55 pm
P1 mgmt diterajui Geely, Harapan MY!

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Inevitable on May 17, 2018 at 7:19 pm
Too little too late … Proton your fate don’t look good at all

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Susukotak on May 17, 2018 at 9:15 pm
Proton perlu UBAH macam rakyat Malaysia …

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Persona4life on May 17, 2018 at 7:22 pm
Ini kalilah! Hidup Proton!

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DPcraft on May 17, 2018 at 7:24 pm
P1 on track to achieve 2018 sales target

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john on May 17, 2018 at 7:33 pm
Bapak P1 will come saving P1 from clutches of Geely and continuing bailout becoz the rakyat has voted for it. Tenkiu Bapak! Make P1 great again!

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basherlogic on May 17, 2018 at 8:57 pm
Proton SS

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john on May 17, 2018 at 8:25 pm
This shows that Proton cares for the rakyat, just like our previous Gov

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polla on May 17, 2018 at 9:21 pm
Syukur 0% GST. Pencuri ditangkap..

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Johnman on May 17, 2018 at 9:22 pm
Actually is care abt registration figure.1,016 as of 16 May. Panic

GALLERY: Renault Captur facelift on sale – RM109,000
In Cars, Local News, Renault / By Jonathan Lee / 17 May 2018 6:45 pm / 3 comments

The facelifted Renault Captur has just gone on sale in Malaysia, and is currently on display at Mid Valley Megamall until May 20. For those who want to take a closer look at the refreshed B-segment crossover, we now have a full photo gallery for your perusal.

First up, pricing, which holds station at RM109,000 on-the-road without insurance. Included in the price is a five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty as well as a five-year/100,000 km free service and maintenance scheme as part of the 5inCaptur aftersales package.

Also included is a complimentary 24-hour roadside assistance and pick-up/delivery service for scheduled maintenance to and from Renault service centres, and in the event any part is not available for over 48 hours, a replacement car is provided as part of a mobility service, subject to availability.

On the outside, the facelifted Captur is differentiated through a new grille bar and mesh insert, more rugged front and rear skid plates as well as C-shaped LED daytime running lights at the corners of the front bumper. Unfortunately, we don’t get the new LED “Pure Vision” headlights, but we do receive the new concentric LED light guides in the tail lights, as well as swanky 17-inch Y-spoke two-tone alloy wheels.

The exterior colour range has also been revamped. Pacific Blue, Ivory and Arizona Orange are gone, replaced by Atacama Orange, Ocean Blue and Pearl White to join the existing Flame Red – all with a Diamond Black roof. Speaking of which, Flame Red and Pearl White come with a RM900 premium, which also includes kick plates and a cargo tray in the boot.

Inside, the new model benefits from new materials and trim for a more sophisticated look and feel, such as combination leather upholstery and leather door trim. Elsewhere, the steering wheel, gearlever, air vents, upper dash tray cover and transmission tunnel console have been redesigned, the latter fitted with a rear 12-volt socket. The funky straps on the front seat backs are no more.

Standard kit remains the same and includes projector halogen headlights, front and rear fog lights, keyless entry, push-button start, auto lights and wipers, auto door locks, a MediaNav navigation system with a seven-inch touchscreen and AUX, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a reverse camera. As for safety equipment, items on the list include four airbags, stability control and hill-start assist.

A 1.2 litre TCe 120 turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine continues to provide motive force, producing 118 hp at 4,900 rpm and 190 Nm of torque at 2,000 rpm. It’s paired with a six-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) transmission, which drives the front wheels.

Research Renault Cars at

Renault Fluence
RM 108,888 – RM 119,888

Renault Captur
RM 109,000

Renault Koleos
RM 184,200 – RM 209,000

Renault Clio
RM 118,000

Renault Megane RS
RM 197,888 – RM 234,888

Renault Zoe
RM 145,888

Renault Megane
RM 228,000
Related Cars for Sale on

2018 Renault Fluence 2.0 Dynamique
RM 89,888

2018 Renault Captur 1.2 Turbo
RM 98,000

2018 Renault Fluence 2.0 NISSAN ENGINE TANCHONG MOTOR
RM 89,888

2011 Renault Megane RS 250 Sport
RM 99,800

2011 Renault Megane RS 250 Cup
RM 95,000

2005 Renault Kangoo 1.4 Semi Panel
RM 6,999

RENAULT CAPTUR **TANCHONG MOTOR** FREE GIFT **
RM 98,000

Renault Koleos 2.5 SUV EASY APPROVAL PROVEN APPROVAL RATE
RM 182,800

After trying to pursue a career in product design, Jonathan Lee decided to make the sideways jump into the world of car journalism instead. He therefore appreciates the aesthetic appeal of a car, but for him, the driving experience is still second to none.

Comments

Elchino on May 17, 2018 at 6:51 pm
Bravo Euro TC!
5-year free service package woots!!

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Bernard on May 17, 2018 at 7:21 pm
Does anyone buy this or any Renault vehicles in Bolehland?

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Jan on May 17, 2018 at 8:22 pm
The interior looks so out of class.

Next Volvo S60 to lead diesel-free charge – report
In Cars, Hybrids, EVs and Alternative Fuel, International News, Volvo / By Mick Chan / 17 May 2018 6:08 pm / 0 comments

Volvo is heading towards a future of fully electrified vehicles, and the upcoming S60 sedan will be launched without a diesel option, according to Autocar. Set for its official unveiling soon, the S60 will be made available with a selection of four-cylinder petrol engines as well as two plug-in hybrid versions, along with mild hybrid variants set to arrive in 2019.

“Our future is electric and we will no longer develop a new generation of diesel engines. We will phase out cars with only an internal combustion engine, with petrol hybrid versions as a transitional option as we move towards full electrification. The new S60 represents the next step in that commitment,” said Volvo chief Håkan Samuelsson.

The forthcoming S60 will join the V60 and the XC60 in Volvo’s 60 Series line-up, and will most likely mirror the engine range offered in the V60, save for the aforementioned omitted diesels. In the station wagon, these will be the 2.0 litre turbocharged and supercharged T8 Twin Engine producing a total system output of 390 hp and 640 Nm, a T6 Twin Engine with 340 hp and 590 Nm, and a T6 AWD petrol with 310 hp and 400 Nm.

The forthcoming Volvo S60 is expected to use the same petrol and plug-in hybrid powertrains as the V60.
The internal combustion engine in the V60 T6 Twin Engine omits the supercharger, producing 253 hp at 5,500 rpm and 350 Nm of torque from 1,700 rpm to 5,000 rpm. Its hybrid powertrain features the same electric drive componentry as those in the T8 Twin Engine. The strictly-petrol T6 AWD in the V60 uses the same ICE as the T8 Twin Engine, albeit producing 310 hp in T6 guise compared to 303 hp from the T8 hybrid’s ICE alone.

The decision to offer the next S60 without the option of diesel engines is part of the Swedish automaker’s aim to lower emissions, starting with its discontinuation of any internal combustion engine displacing more than 2.0 litres. Last year, Volvo decided to stop development of new diesel engines. Its current range of Drive-E diesels will continue to be developed, and will likely remain in production until 2023.

Volvo’s first fully electric vehicle is also set to arrive in 2019, with outputs of up to 450 kW (603 hp). Power will be provided by battery packs of up to 100 kWh, and will reportedly offer up to 482 km in range. This can be installed in the company’s Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) and Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) platforms in order to meet different product needs.

GALLERY: 2018 Volvo V60

Research Volvo Cars at

Volvo V40
RM 180,888

Volvo S60
RM 238,888

Volvo S90
RM 368,888 – RM 453,888

Volvo V90
RM 393,888 – RM 458,888

Volvo XC60
RM 298,888 – RM 373,888

Volvo XC90
RM 403,888 – RM 413,888
Related Cars for Sale on

2012 Volvo S60 1.6 T4 FACELIFT FULON 5*
RM 69,800

Volvo V40 2.0 T5 (A) CROSS COUNTRY Full Service Record
RM 98,800

2005 FL Volvo S60 2.4 T5 300+ HP – Better than R
RM 39,999

2008 Volvo S80 2.5 T5
RM 43,800

2017 Volvo XC90 2.0 T8 Pre-Registered
RM 388,888

2017 Volvo XC60 2.0 T5
RM 266,888

Open roads and closed circuits hold great allure for Mick Chan. Driving heaven to him is exercising a playful chassis on twisty paths; prizes ergonomics and involvement over gadgetry. Spent three years at a motoring newspaper and short stint with a magazine prior to joining this website.

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