Mercedes-Benz Malaysia says that missed routine servicing due to MCO will not affect vehicle warranty

As a result of the movement control order (MCO), all car showrooms and service centres in the country will remain closed until April 14, and the inability to send vehicles in for routine maintenance has led to questions about whether that delay in scheduled service will have an impact on

MCO: Hyundai Malaysia halts operations till April 14

Hyundai Sime Darby Malaysia (HSDM) has announced that it has suspended all operations across its showrooms and service centres nationwide. This follows the government’s movement control order (MCO) advisory, although its sales and service advisors remain reachable via phone, email, or online chat. However, a quick check with a company

Covid-19: Isuzu Malaysia halts operations till April 14

Isuzu Malaysia has announced that its business operations will be suspended until April 14, 2020, in line with the government’s plans to extend the movement control order (MCO). This covers areas of sales and aftersales operations, but based on a statement it released on its website, normal operations are to

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia to close showrooms and service centres, halt production until March 31

Following the implementation of the movement control order issued by the government to minimise the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia and Mercedes-Benz Services Malaysia have announced that the suspension of all operations in the country from March 18 to 31. All Mercedes-Benz authorised dealers nationwide

Porsche Malaysia halts sales, service until March 31

Importer and distributor of Porsche vehicles in Malaysia, Sime Darby Auto Performance has announced that all scheduled showroom visits, test drive and service appointments for the coming two weeks will be rescheduled to after the end of the movement control order that was announced by the prime minister on March

Mazda Malaysia announces temporary closure of its showrooms and service centres from March 18-31

Another car company has announced that it is adhering to the movement control order (MCO) announced yesterday by the government in a bid to halt the spread of Covid-19 in the country. Mazda Malaysia says its offices as well as all its dealership showrooms and service centres – and presumably,

BMW Group Malaysia delivers a combined total of 11,567 units in 2019 – electrification focus continues

BMW Malaysia has announced its 2019 full-year sales performance results, in which the BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad brands delivered a combined total of 11,567 units and introduced a total of 32 new model variants across the brands. This is a drop of 2,771 units (or 19.3%) from the 14,338

2020 Yamaha X-Max for Malaysia in new colours, pricing remains unchanged at RM21,500 excl. road tax

First of Hong Leong Yamaha Malaysia’s new releases for 2020 is the Yamaha X-Max 250 scooter, priced at RM21,500 excluding road tax, insurance and registration. There are three new colours on offer with the matte theme from previous featuring strongly, in this year’s case, white, grey and blue. The single-cylinder,

BMW Malaysia, Tian Siang Premium Auto launch two new BMW i charging facilities in Gurney Paragon Mall

Tian Siang Premium Auto, together with BMW Group Malaysia, recently launched two new BMW i Wallbox charging facilities in Gurney Paragon Mall. This further expands the BMW dealer’s network of charging facilities in the northern region, with other locations being The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Iconic Hotel and WEIL Hotel. “The

2020 Harley-Davidson Malaysia price list released, new H-D Malaysia branch opens in Kota Kinabalu

Model Year 2020 Asset Capture Photography. INTERNATIONAL ONLY With full scale manufacturing operations happening at the Thailand plant from 2019, prices of 2020 Harley-Davidson (H-D) motorcycles in Malaysia have taken a significant drop, especially for the big touring rigs. The 2020 Harley-Davidson price list for Malaysia sees a rationalisation of