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6PERODUA VIVA 2007 manual kuantan

RM 7 880

Used

150000 – 159999

2007

847cc

Yesterday, 13:09Kuantan14Perodua ALZA 1.5 EZi (A)

RM 31 800

Used

75000 – 79999

2013

1495cc

Yesterday, 12:05Temerloh6Myvi se2 yrv turbo auto

RM 19 900

Used

150000 – 159999

2008

1298cc

Yesterday, 11:18Daerah Rompin21Perodua ALZA 1.5 Advance Bodykit (A)

RM 42 800

Used

65000 – 69999

2017

1495cc

Yesterday, 10:25Kuantan10Perodua KEMBARA 1.3 GX (M)

RM 4 900

Used

65000 – 69999

2001

1296cc

Aug 15, 10:50Bandar Pusat Jengka9Perodua Bezza 1. 3 Premium X (Nego)

RM 39 999

Used

15000 – 19999

2019

1329cc

Aug 15, 09:19Kuantan2Perodua KANCIL 847cc 850 GX (M)

RM 4 500

Used

90000 – 94999

1997

847cc

Aug 14, 20:45Kuantan12Perodua ALZA 1.5 EZ (A) UNDER WARRANTY

RM 45 900

Used

35000 – 39999

2018

1495cc

Aug 14, 15:50Kuantan11perodua myvi 1.3x auto

RM 33 000

Used

95000 – 99999

2016

1298cc

Aug 14, 13:45Temerloh5Perodua kenari

RM 12 500

Used

200000 – 249999

2005

989cc

Aug 14, 13:45Kuala Rompin5Perodua viva

RM 11 500

Used

190000 – 199999

2007

989cc

Aug 14, 10:07Temerloh8Perodua kenari

RM 13 500

Used

180000 – 189999

2008

989cc

Aug 14, 08:42Bera5Perodua ALZA 1.5 EZ (A)

RM 33 000

Used

50000 – 54999

2014

1495cc

Aug 14, 08:42Raub6Perodua viva

RM 9 499

Recon

150000 – 159999

2008

847cc

Aug 14, 08:32Kuantan7Perodua alza

RM 28 000

Used

200000 – 249999

2010

1495cc

Aug 13, 10:03Kuantan


Perodua myvi

RM 14 700

Used

200000 – 249999

2009

1298cc

Aug 12, 18:07Kuantan9Perodua bezza

RM 34 500

Used

45000 – 49999

2017

1329cc

Aug 12, 16:51Temerloh21Perodua MYVI 1. 3 EZi SE (A)

RM 20 800

Used

85000 – 89999

2009

1298cc

Aug 12, 16:15Temerloh20Perodua MYVI 1.3 EZi SE (A)

RM 20 800

Used

85000 – 89999

2009

1298cc

Aug 12, 16:10Temerloh9perodua myvi 1.3 ezi se auto

RM 20 800

Used

95000 – 99999

2009

1298cc

Aug 12, 15:45Temerloh21perodua myvi se zhs 1.5 (a)

RM 29 000

Used

100000 – 109999

2011

1298cc

Aug 12, 15:45Temerloh21Perodua MYVI 1.3 EZ AUTO

RM 26 800

Used

95000 – 99999

2013

1298cc

Aug 12, 15:45Temerloh20perodua viva 850 ex (m)

RM 14 500

Used

100000 – 109999

2012

847cc

Aug 12, 15:45Temerloh21perodua myvi 1.3 ezi se (a)

RM 28 500

Used

120000 – 129999

2013

1298cc

Aug 12, 15:45Temerloh5Perodua MYVI 1.3 SX FACELIFT (M) tahun 2008

RM 11 800

Used

0 – 4999

2008

1298cc

Aug 12, 10:11Kuantan21PERODUA MYVI 1.3 EZi (A)

RM 14 800

Used

170000 – 179999

2006

1298cc

Aug 12, 07:47Jerantut6Perodua ALZA 1. 5 EZ STANDARD FACELIFT (A)

RM 37 900

Used

85000 – 89999

2016

1495cc

Aug 11, 22:25Kuantan7Perodua viva auto

RM 11 300

Used

140000 – 149999

2007

989cc

Aug 11, 18:06Kuantan2Perodua VIVA 1.0 SX STANDARD (M)

RM 6 500

Used

110000 – 119999

2007

989cc

Aug 11, 10:39Kuantan11perodua alza 1.5 ezi (a)

RM 36 000

Used

170000 – 179999

2013

1495cc

Aug 10, 16:30Temerloh22Perodua MYVI 1.3 EZ FACELIFT (A)

RM 17 800

Used

120000 – 129999

2009

1298cc

Aug 10, 15:10Kuantan9Kancil 850 (m) tahun 2006

RM 6 200

Used

45000 – 49999

2006

847cc

Aug 10, 09:04Temerloh9Perodua MYVI 1.3 passo hana (A)

RM 25 800

Used

160000 – 169999

2011

1298cc

Aug 10, 00:10Kuantan7Perodua ALZA 1.5 ZV ADVANCED FACELIFT (A)

RM 43 000

Used

55000 – 59999

2015

1495cc

Aug 9, 22:19Temerloh9Perodua ALZA 1.5 SE ZS FACELIFT (A)

RM 38 888

Used

75000 – 79999

2014

1495cc

Aug 9, 22:19Temerloh5Perodua alza

RM 25 300

Used

190000 – 199999

2011

1495cc

Aug 9, 21:49Kuantan10Perodua ALZA 1. 5 EZ (A)

RM 28 800

Used

130000 – 139999

2012

1495cc

Aug 9, 17:04Kuantan11Perodua VIVA 1.0 ELITE (A) 1 OWNER CAT ASAL OFFER$

RM 16 777

Used

120000 – 129999

2012

989cc

Aug 9, 14:25Temerloh4Perodua BEZZA 1.3 ADVANCE (A)

RM 39 800

Used

70000 – 74999

2017

1329cc

Aug 9, 13:44Raub21Perodua MYVI 1.3 EZ STANDARD (A) SATU OWNER

RM 27 800

Used

90000 – 94999

2014

1298cc

Aug 9, 12:45Kuantan

Most Popular Cars

  • Perodua Myvi
  • Toyota Vios
  • Honda City
  • Honda Civic
  • Honda Accord
  • Proton Iriz
  • Toyota Estima
  • Perodua Alza
  • Mercedes-Benz C200
  • BMW 320i

Pros and cons of used vs new cars, plus full buying guide for second-hand and recon cars in Malaysia

Used cars. Not all of us end up buying one, but surely ALL of us have looked at one and went, hmmm…. before. Compared to what you can buy new for the same money, the used option is usually of a higher level – it could be more premium, more exotic or even the car you’ve been dreaming of all these years. Or all of the above.

There are deals to be had, but buying used is not straightforward when compared to the certainty of buying new. We always recommend buying new if your budget permits. Besides that factory fresh “new car smell” and feel that just can’t be replicated, new cars typically come with lower HP loan interest rates and crucially, a full warranty.

Now, “car guys” love the hands-on part of motoring, and hanging out at the workshops even. But for everybody else (the other 99 out of 100 people?), the bonnet is only ever opened by the technician at the service centre, where the car goes in twice a year. For most, the car is a tool, and the tool has to be reliable. There’s less likelihood of a major failure happening in a new car, and if your luck isn’t good, you’re covered by a warranty so there’s no extra outlay beyond the expected commitments.

Why Myvi when can BMW?

That’s a practical view, but the lure is strong. I know that first hand. After selling my reliable daily runner in March, I was in the market for a new ride. The unannounced arrival of Covid-19 helped narrow down the field by ruling out anything new/nearly new that even resembled luxury. A hardy, reliable newish car would be great for “wartime” and I eventually went for a newish Perodua Myvi under warranty, throwing away whatever little car guy credentials I had.

But the road to Myvi wasn’t easy. It never is when you’re into cars. Suddenly, “nicer” options surfaced on a daily basis, cars that appeal to the enthusiast in us. Thinking of a new Myvi AV? Why, when you can get a BMW 1 Series for RM50k. Never mind that it’s a base model and eight years old, it’s a BMW.

There are tonnes of “why not this instead” new versus used examples out there, and we fully understand if you go the used route. Just do so with your eyes open – that extra desirability comes at a price, and when it’s time to pay (both literally and figuratively), don’t complain, because you could have had a Perodua instead. Just saying.

Faced with this unexciting new car vs desirable used car dilemma, many have chosen the latter, but not all are happy with their decision. How do we know this? The Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) has received a lot of complaints from consumers who are unsatisfied with their used car purchase, with many reporting issues that they either didn’t catch before or didn’t know about. Fomca approached us to come up with a used car buying guide, and we happily obliged – here it is.

By the way, used cars would include “recon” a.k.a. reconditioned cars, which are essentially used cars imported from places such as Japan or the UK. Many of these premium cars are cheaper than the official imports, but as used cars, they should be.

I know what I’m getting into

So you know what you’re getting into, and there’s plenty of good in the land of used cars. The biggest plus point is of course the price point. Cars that were unaffordable are now within reach, as previous owners have bore the brunt of depreciation. The price you’re looking at is either rock bottom, or low enough for it to not drop further. Depreciation won’t be steep, and you’re the smart one.

And of course, you get more car for the money. An older car, sure, but more often than not, the used option will afford you a larger car and/or a premium badge. Or if you’re a car nut, the sports car that has adorned your computer screen for years is now attainable. A no brainer compared to a new local car.

There are also more options at any given price point. Only a handful of new cars can be had for +/- RM50k, but in the used market, one can have anything from an XV40 Camry to a Mk5 Golf GTI. You get to see and test the exact car you’re buying, insurance will be cheaper, and there’s no waiting period – cash and carry.

There’s also good variety in the recon car market, which offers some models (JDM, performance specials) that are not available via official distributors. Recon cars also come in a big variety of spec and trim levels, usually packing a longer equipment list than official imports.

All about warranties

Before we even start, one’s expectation of a used car should not be similar to that of a new car, no matter how clean the car looks. It’s usual practice for used car dealers to “touch up” a car to make it look nice and fresh, aesthetically, and all sellers want to present their wares in the best light.

Of course, the best compromise would be to buy a used car that still has an active factory warranty. That would be a good balance between a lower price (compared to new) and peace of mind. With the warranty still active, the car would be relatively young as well, which means less potential problems.

Besides buying direct from an owner, brands ranging from Porsche to Perodua have official certified pre-owned programmes offering cars that have gone through a full range of checks to ensure they’re in the best possible condition. These used cars from the official source usually come with some sort of warranty as well.

Some recond car dealers or parallel importers also include a warranty with their cars in a bid to offer peace of mind. These are usually third-party warranties, and the scope of coverage varies – be sure to ask for details and read the fine print for what’s covered and what’s not, because these typically aren’t as comprehensive as a new car’s factory warranty. Still, better than nothing.

Consider ownership cost, not just the sticker price

We’re all susceptible to this, looking at a used car’s sticker price and thinking “Hey, I can do that”. Maybe you can, but there’s a big chance that you can’t, because you’ve got to factor in maintenance costs. More often than not, maintenance costs are even higher for used cars than new cars, which are backed by a warranty – and in some cases, free maintenance packages.

With used cars, you’re on your own, so make sure you do your research and set aside funds for regular servicing and parts replacement, on top of your monthly instalments. Also, remember to research on the cost of parts and servicing and have the right expectations – for instance, if you’re jumping from a national car to a used Continental car, don’t be surprised that the latter will be cost more to run.

“German engineering” and “Japanese reliability” aren’t meaningless, but an old car is an old car at the end of the day, and things break. Of course, some are easier on the pocket than others, but the rule of thumb is that if you can’t afford to maintain a new Porsche or Bentley, you most likely can’t afford the upkeep of a used one, never mind that it’s now below RM100k. Now everyone can Porsche? Nope.

Shop around and you’ll soon realise that prices for the same model vary greatly. Going for the cheapest one might not be a smart move; likewise, while some sellers might be living in a fantasy world (I know what I got, bro), it might be worth it to shell out extra for a car that’s been well-cared for, with full maintenance history. The buy cheap and do it up route might add up to more in the long run, and that’s not counting the time/effort needed.

And then there’s road tax, which unlike the car’s value, will never go down – a Fairlady Z’s 3.5L road tax is still punishing, although they’re going for below RM50k now. There’s such a thing as “classic car road tax” that’s cheaper by 80%, but the car must be over 25 years old and there’s a gamut of criteria to fulfil. Don’t bother looking it up unless you have a real classic in pristine condition.

Also, set aside some funds for new window tint. The used car’s window film would most likely have been removed for it to pass Puspakom testing, which is required by JPJ for ownership transfer.

Lastly, banks might not be as generous when it comes to loans for used cars. Those up to 90% financing over nine years deals won’t be found when shopping used, and most cars 10 years or older will find it hard to secure financing. Expect shorter tenures and higher interest rates compared to a new car.

Recon cars – as good as an official import?

We come to the topic of recon a.k.a. reconditioned cars. They’re everywhere these days, with popular examples being the Toyota Alphard/Vellfire, Estima and Wish MPVs, the Toyota Harrier, and various Audis and Porsches. A smaller percentage on the road perhaps, but BMW and Mercedes-Benz models are also offered by the parallel importers. The source is typically Japan or the UK, which are big right-hand-drive markets.

Did you know that certain carmakers such as Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and even Toyota have specific software and sometimes hardware changes that are unique for hot climate markets such as Malaysia? The theory is that our climate and conditions are tougher on a car, so certain changes to make the cars more robust are made. Official imports have these, but cars meant for the UK and Japanese markets do not have such climate mods.

There are plenty of product recalls these days, some involving important parts such as airbag inflators and fuel pumps. Recon cars might be affected; and while some companies will fix parallel imports out of corporate responsibility and goodwill, priority goes to their own customers, and rightly so.

Also, owners of grey imports won’t get recall notifications from the official distributors – one will have to be proactive. At the height of the Takata airbag recall period, I managed to get my UK-spec Mazda’s affected inflators replaced by Bermaz, but the process wasn’t straightforward to say the least. Again, you’ve got to be proactive and even if you are, their own customers come first.

Another common niggle about Japan-spec recon cars are that the head units are domestic Japanese sets. Language aside, the radio is using a different frequency range. Swapping it out for an aftermarket unit is easy; however, doing so means you will lose the car’s original user interface and any integrated feature.

Inspecting a car – exterior

Ok, so you’ve decided on a used car. As with all pre-owned items, price and condition varies. Or rather, price varies according to condition, generally. As with everything, before you start, your expectations must be reasonable – something has to give and used cars won’t be 100% perfect (more on this later).

Take into account the car’s age, and give some leeway for older cars. Scratches and dents around the body are only to be expected for daily drivers in the punishing warzone that is our work commute. Note the blemishes and take into account the costs to fix them (total body respray, touch-up, paintless dent repair), or if you can live with the battle scars (you’re sure to accumulate more anyway).

Not all used cars have scars for you to note. Some have already been given a fresh coat of paint or touched up to cover up the stone chips and scratches. Check paint surfaces for evenness in the sheen and finish – parts that appear more shiny and “new” than the rest of the body might hide damage repairs. Fully resprayed cars might also be masking bigger accident repairs.

Personally, I don’t mind battle scars on used cars as I’m rather prone to them anyway, and would rather see a used car in its original state without make-up. To each their own. To know if a car’s colour has been changed, compare what you see with what’s listed on the registration card. While you’re at it, check panel gaps for consistency – uneven gaps might be from a minor fender bender or even shoddy body repair work from a bigger accident.

Also take a look at the headlamps and tail lights – both sides should display the same amount of wear/fade; otherwise, one corner might have been replaced before, or it might be a non-OEM part. Of course, all lights should be working – don’t baulk at bulb replacement as those are cheap and easy, but wiring issues are trickier. Of course, check the windscreen for damage; while small chips are not uncommon, you don’t want cracks.

We come to tyres and wheels. The use of branded tyres is usually a sign of proper care by the previous owner – if he/she spent a good sum on black donuts that look the same across the shop, it hints at a no cost-cutting approach. In any case, it would be good to change to a fresh set of tyres if a car has been in storage for some time, as the tyres might have hardened or flat-spotted while sitting idle.

Check the wheels for kerb damage. I prefer OEM rims over replicas of famous designs (Rays TE37 and Enkei RPF1 are among wheels that are commonly copied), but again, to each their own. Anyhow, it’s best to go for original stuff, whether OEM of aftermarket, for assured quality and safety.

While we’re on this topic, look for cars that are in stock/original condition – the less modifications the better, unless you’re specifically looking for a mod and the previous owner has already done a good job for you.

As for bodykits, factory fitted ones are fine, but if it’s retrofitted, make sure to check the points where the kit is attached to the body – ideally, you don’t want rivets or screws leaving permanent holes in the car’s body. Bodykits and replacement bumpers can be original or a copy, and can come in different materials – take note of this.

Inspecting a car – interior

Perhaps what’s more important is the car’s interior, where you’ll be spending most of the time in. The same general rules apply to a used car’s cabin – it won’t be as good as new and there will be signs of wear, but if things are too worn out and need replacement, that’s extra money.

Look at the seats. If they’re fabric, ensure there are no tears. Extra wear on the outer seat bolsters are normal. Leather seats can harden, become shiny and crack over time – this ageing can’t be fixed, so if it’s too unsightly, reupholstering the seats is an option, at a cost of course. The same goes for leather-wrapped steering wheels. Also look out for cigarette burn marks. Speaking of that, cigarette smoke smell embedded over many years can be hard to eradicate.

Seats and steering wheel aside, there are various other points in the cabin that you will frequently touch. Wear on door handles, grab handles, air con and audio controls are acceptable, but broken parts have to be noted. Some cabin parts and switches might be small, but replacement parts sometimes come in a package, which won’t be cheap. You can try your luck at the kereta potong shop but it’s likely that the yard will want to sell an entire module. The quality of parts from the chop shop is hit and miss, as you’d expect.

Of course, all functions (wipers, power windows, central locking, reverse camera, sound system) have to be working and displays (infotainment screen, instrument panel, multi-info display) clear. Whether they’re electric or manual, try adjusting the seats, side mirrors and steering rake/reach to note creaks or unusual resistance. Seatbelts too; you’re looking for tight ones that retract properly. Loose and saggy = no good.

For cars with an electronic sunroof, try it out to make sure the opening/closing is smooth and without stutter. These things need to be “exercised” once in awhile. Needless to say, this step even more important for convertibles with an electronic folding roof – these sexy cabriolets have a lot more panels, actuators, struts and seals than an equivalent coupe, which unfortunately also means more potential problems.

Last but not least, look under the floor and boot carpets. Damp spots, any sign of stagnant water, or rust on the bolts and seat mounts could be a sign of leaks or even flood damage. Anyway, if you’re buying from a used car dealer, most of the above – especially obvious points such as the steering wheel and seats – would have been refurbished before it hits the lot for viewing.

The main event

Now you’re ready for the main event, the test drive. Fire up the engine and listen to it idling – it should be constant and without a choking sound/feel. After awhile, turn on the air con to ensure that the air is cool and has no funky smell. Make sure air flows out from every vent, including those at the back and B pillars, if applicable.

OK, strap yourself in (rear passengers too, please) and let’s go. You’re excited, but remember to take it easy – there’s really no need for a pedal-to-metal approach, especially in an unfamiliar car that – in case you forgot – does not belong to you, yet. Ease yourself into the drive and get familiar with the controls and the view around the car. Taking it easy initially will also tell you much about the car’s behaviour in traffic and at low speeds, which is most of the time for most of us.

When you’re on the move, areas to concentrate on are the engine (see if it revs smoothly, no excess vibrations), the transmission (smooth shifts, no jerking, not too much freeplay for manuals), steering (no excess vibrations, doesn’t pull to one side) and suspension (no creaks/squeaks, feels ‘solid’). We say concentrate because you’ll have to do exactly that amidst the excitement and sales pitch from the seller while test driving.

Take some time to explore the full range of the steering as well; look out for knocking sounds. Essentially, what we want is a car that feels “solid” and as “in one piece” as possible. Tight, in other words.

When you’re on the move and facing vibrations from the road, interior rattles and squeaks might surface. While this is not desirable, it’s not unsurprising for used cars to have some cabin noises. In fact, it’s not unusual for factory fresh cars to suffer from rattles, and it’s a notoriously difficult issue to source and cure. Don’t let this put you off too much – it’s more common than you think. It might even become “background music” after awhile and you’ll cease to notice the bugger.

Calm down after the drive

So far so good, you’ve inspected the exterior and cabin, and can accept the flaws you see. Likewise the drive, which felt good. Time to shake hands and discuss the price? Not yet, as there’s one more step.

After the drive, pop the hood and check the engine bay for any signs of oil or fluid leaks. Now, don’t expect the engine bay to be dust- and dirt-free (although that’s a nice sight), but oil stains warrant some questions. Check the engine dipstick – what you see on the rod should not be thick sludge or appear to have moisture (water) in it.

With the bonnet still open, why not start the car again and listen to the engine at the source. Observe the idle, which should be constant, and look out for unusual noise and squeaks/rattling. Give the motor a rev and see it return to a smooth idle again. Other things to look out for are error codes and warning lights on the instrument panel, and exhaust smoke – the latter should not be excessive.

Last but not least…

Ask to see the car’s full service history. A documented FSH and with no missed scheduled servicing is a clear indication that the previous owner was diligent and took good care of the car. A FSH also means that any issues would have been detected early and most likely fixed, reducing the chance of major failures down the road.

Also, check the mileage on the service log and what’s shown on the odometer – clearly, the latter should not be lower than the former. For cars that are still within the factory warranty period, you’d want the service log to show stamps from official service centres. No one wants a few-year-old car with a void warranty, because that’s one of the main benefits of buying young.

For an electronic verification of a car’s mileage and error codes, if any, look for the OBD (On-Board Diagnostic) port, available in many modern cars. Plug in an OBD2 reader for some useful information. There are plenty of OBD2 readers available online (some are very affordable), or you can ask the seller/dealer to provide one.

That’s about all you can inspect on-location, but for ultimate peace of mind, you can use services such as mycarinfo.com.my to check if the car you’re eyeing was stolen or involved in a major accident with notable insurance claims before. You’ll need the car’s chassis number (VIN) and such services may require a fee.

For recon cars, services such as scrut.my or recond.my can provide you the actual auction report of a car (from Japan or UK) for a fee. What’s this for? Well, the parallel importer most likely bought the Japan-spec car from an auction there, and all cars offered at the auction come with an official report (in Japanese) grading the car and detailing the specs, mileage, originality and damage/repair, if any. What you don’t want is a damaged car that has been reconditioned to look new. Of course, these third party services will require a car’s VIN, and fees apply.

Unfortunately, rolling back the odometer is not an uncommon practice, and this step will reveal if your used/recon car is truly as low mileage and “like new” as it’s claimed to be. Knowing a car’s true mileage is important for maintenance purposes – some major items need to be replaced at a certain mark, and may already be due without you realising it.

Service booklet, owners manual and two sets of keys – you’re all set.

Watch the final bill

Ok lah, deal. For an ownership transfer to happen, the car needs to be certified by Puspakom. It’s common that both the Puspakom B5 inspection and the fee involved (RM35, add RM100 for mobile van inspection at the location of your choice) is the responsibility of the seller, as is the RM100 processing fee that JPJ charges. You pay the agreed amount and no more.

Dealing with used car dealers might be slightly less straightforward. You may have shook hands on a price, before later finding out that you have to pay a list of miscellaneous charges and fees. On top of the compulsory Puspakom and JPJ charges mentioned above, one might find agreement fees, thumbprint fees and processing fees, among other charges. All these might be inflated from the actual cost by the dealer, but hey, runners aren’t free.

All these miscellaneous fees could all add up to few thousand ringgit, and they’re not covered by the HP loan, so you’ll need to know if the price that you shook hands on is an all-in price, or if extra cash is needed. You’re free to negotiate, of course. By the way, there should be no sales tax (SST) for used cars that are already registered, unless it’s an unregistered recon car.

Also, you’ll also need fresh insurance and road tax for your new ride. You can hand this over to the dealer to kautim for you, but as always, DIY is cheaper. However, bear in mind that doing all the legwork yourself will consume many hours and possibly much frustration.

Finally, note that you can’t transfer your current number plate to an already-registered used car – this is only possible for new or unregistered recon cars. If you really don’t want the used car’s birth number, you can choose a new number plate and swap out the unwanted number, but the process will include registering a new vehicle, usually the cheapest kapcai available. Needless to say, this extra step will cost you money, for the new number plate, the motorbike and the runner.

Don’t let this scare you off

If this sounds overwhelming, it probably is. BUT, all we’ve mentioned above merely serves as a checklist for those who want to be super safe and have all bases covered for minimum risk. In no way are we trying to scare you away from used or recon cars, because there are plenty of gems out there. Honestly, none in this office have been so thorough in our own purchases before.

Our opinion is that buying a car – new or used – should not only be about ticking the right boxes, making the right choices and/or extracting the best possible deal. That’s because we view cars as more than an appliance, more alive than white goods. It’s not the same as buying a fridge or a washing machine.

Main mission to move you from point A to B aside, cars have their own character and are capable of evoking deep emotion. Those Mazda ads from the early Zoom-Zoom days, the message is real. Go for the one that speaks to you, if you can afford it, while factoring in practicality and reliability if it’s your primary ride. Just go in with eyes open.

Whether you’re looking for a daily workhorse, weekend warrior or the one car to do it all, good luck and happy hunting!

Special thanks to Jay from Empire Motor World in Puchong for allowing us to roam around for pics

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Spotlight on Trams: Penang | Anil Netto

George Town on the island of Penang in Malaysia used to have a viable tram system in the early 20th century. It was part of a fairly integrated and efficient transport system.

But then the trams faded away in this British ‘Crown Colony’, with the advent of buses and private motor vehicles, at about the same time some of the tram systems in Europe disappeared.

After independence in 1957, the Penang city council operated a fairly efficient bus network. But the bus service suffered in the 1990s after services were privatised.

More and more people turned to private vehicles, as Malaysia encouraged a national car industry, churning out Proton models. Cars crowded the city’s narrow streets, navigating past rickshaw cyclists (the successors of the manual rickshaw pullers) as motorcyclists on Hondas weaved their way past slow-moving traffic.

Pedestrian pavements – or five-foot-ways as they are known – in front of shophouses fared no better. Narrow and obstructed by parked motorcycles or food-stalls, tables and chairs spilling out of restaurants and cafes, these walkways resemble obstacle courses.

This makes the city hardly pedestrian-friendly – much to the disappointment of many visitors, to say nothing of local residents who have to put up with the organised chaos.

In recent years, calls for the reintroduction of trams and a car-free zone in the city have periodically surfaced. A retired Australian tram consultant has told Penang public transport enthusiasts that George Town could bring back the trams at an affordable cost if it bought second-hand tramcars and used some of the old infrastructure still in place.

Tracks preserved

Tram tracks unearthed in Penang Photograph: Anil Netto/guardian.co.uk

In 2004, during road works in the city, the old tram tracks were accidentally unearthed, sparking renewed interest in the nostalgic era of the trams. The city council decided to preserve these tracks on the existing tar road; cement was placed in between the tram rails to maintain the flat surface of the road.

Calls for a revival of the trams gained momentum after George Town in Penang (along with Malacca further south in the peninsula) were declared Unesco heritage cities in 2008. As congestion worsens, close to four dozen bloggers threw their backing behind these calls.

The new Penang state government, which came into power in 2008, had initially suggested an underground rail and a monorail system.

But federal-state politics – the parties ruling Penang are opposition parties at the Federal level – means Penang has to cope with tough budget constraints. That effectively rules out big ticket mass transit solutions for the time being.

Moreover, a monorail system would not be feasible – at least not in the inner city area – as overhead rails would mar the historical built heritage of shophouses, Chinese and Hindu temples and mosques, and colonial-era office buildings.

A federally-run bus network in the state now provides a satisfactory service, but that’s not enough to encourage commuters to leave their cars at home or turn the small inner city area into a car-free zone.

Tram proponents generally feel that this mode of transport would create a sense of nostalgia for the old days of inner city George Town. If George Town, which is famous for its street food, brings back the trams, it would be the first city in the region to do so, making it an added attraction for both foreign and out-of-town visitors.

A more pedestrian-friendly city would very likely revive business in the city, which has suffered as traditional businesses and low-income tenants have been forced out by higher rentals and soaring property prices.

Investing in trams could be a gamble the city’s planners may have to take.

Anil Netto is a freelance writer, blogger and social activist based in Penang. He blogs at anilnetto.com.

Used car sales still steady despite pandemic

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian used car industry, which was severely impacted by the pandemic but saw a resurgence in sales following government incentives, is expected to record flat year-on-year growth for 2020.

Federation of Motor and Credit Companies Association of Malaysia (FMCCAM) president Datuk Tony Khor said business for used car dealers was severely hit from March to May, as a result of the movement control order.

“As such, the used car industry will only have had about nine months of business this year, compared with other years.

“However, the sales tax exemption and six-months moratorium helped spur sales in the second half of the year and we expect sales in 2020 to be on par with last year, which isn’t bad, ” he told StarBiz.

Khor said around 400,000 units of used cars were sold last year.

Under the short-term economic recovery plan or Penjana announced in June, locally-assembled cars will be fully exempted from sales tax while for imported cars, the sales tax will be cut from 10% to 5%, until Dec 31. Khor said the impact was immediate.

“As more people buy new cars, the more they will need to trade in their old ones.

“In June, used car sales surged 80% year-on-year. In July and August, sales grew around 20% and 25% year-on-year respectively.”

Since October, Khor said sales have been slowing down due to the expiry of the six-months moratorium (which was implemented from April 1).

“Sales in November was up around 18% and we expect December to also be around the same.

“Despite the economic uncertainty, used car sales have still been steady because the Covid-19 pandemic has deterred people from using public transport.

“Also, with so much uncertainty out there, people prefer to buy used cars because they are cheaper.”

Khor said Japanese cars were among the most popular used car models for buyers.

“Many of the cars are not only half the price compared with a new one, but the technology in most Japanese cars remain relevant for 15 to 20 years. So they are still popular among consumers even if the model is over a decade old.”

Going into 2021, Khor said the FMCCAM would be working on several initiatives to boost customer confidence and spur the local used car sector.

“We have several initiatives in the pipeline. Among them is a dealer development plan to help used car dealers with their business.

“We have started an online platform to assist 4,400 of our dealers when it comes to sourcing, inspection and valuation. We have access to a lot of data that would be useful for them when it comes to valuing a used car.”

Khor said the platform will boost transparency and professionalism, which will ultimately help boost consumer confidence.

FMCCAM also planned to roll out an extended warranty plan for used car dealers by the first quarter of next year.

“New cars come with warranties that may last around five years. But we want to be able to offer warranties that will last up to 12 years, specifically for the used car’s engine and gearbox. Being able to offer something like that, it will help build confidence in purchasing used cars.”

Khor emphasised that the customer confidence levels in used cars is a lot lower in Malaysia, compared with other countries such as the United States, Japan and in Europe.

“In many countries overseas, the turnover rate of used cars are higher compared with new cars.

In the United States, it is 2.3 times higher and in Europe it is 1.8 times.

“However, in Malaysia, the turnover rate for used cars is 1.5% lower than new cars, because of weak confidence levels.”

Khor said the performance of the used car sector in 2021 will ultimately depend on how well the pandemic can be contained.

“If the vaccine is quick and effective, then we believe that the next two-to-three years will be positive for the local used car sector.”

Some Beautiful Classic Cars to See at Penang Rendezvous 2018

Akin to the appeal surrounding heritage re-issues of timepieces, classic cars evoke strong feelings of nostalgia.  For others, the desire for a classic car may stem from something more aspirational – a desire to stand out from the hordes of modern, mass produced cars that populate our streets and car parks – exact copies, merely different colours. You will be able to catch some of these beautiful classic cars at the upcoming Penang Rendezvous held from 26 July to 29 July at the scenic Straits Quay Retail Marina in Penang, Malaysia.

In a recent Motor Trend list of 60 coolest cars over the past 60 years, the top three cars were inevitably those classic cars from a bygone era. Indeed, so popular is the appeal of vintage automobiles that a “kit car” market has developed to quench the hankering for classic cars without the exorbitant price tags. Come down to Penang Renedzvous at Straits Quay Retail Marina to feast your eyes on some classic gorgeousness like:

Jaguar E- type Series 2

A combination of beauty, high performance, and competitive pricing, the Jaguar E- type was based on Jaguar’s D-Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three consecutive years beginning 1955. Jaguar E- type Series 2  was introduced to overcome US design legislation which resulted in signature hallmarks like wrap-around rear bumper, re-positioned and larger front indicators and tail lights below the bumpers, an enlarged “mouth” which aided cooling, twin electric fans, plastic rocker switches in place of the Series I toggle switches.

Austin Healey Sprite “Bugeye”

Produced in the United Kingdom from 1958 to 1971, the Austin Healey Sprite was nicknamed “Bugeye” in the US and “frogeye” in the UK because of its distinctive headlights were prominently mounted on top of the bonnet. It was intended to be a low-cost model that “a chap could keep in his bike shed”, yet be the successor to the sporting versions of the pre-war Austin Seven. Austin Healey Sprite’s designers had intended that the headlights could be retracted, with the lenses facing skyward when not in use; a similar arrangement was used many years later on the Porsche 928, but eventually, it became an iconic feature and they left it as is.

Rolls-Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon

Built between 1929 and 1936, the Rolls-Royce 20/25 was the second of Rolls-Royce Ltd’s pre-war entry level models. It’s tremendous popularity enabled Rolls-Royce to survive the economic difficulties of the Great Depression years and remain one of world’s great brands. 3,827 Rolls-Royce 20/25 sports saloons in total were produced, of which over 70% are still on the road today. Rolls-Royce continued to enhance the 20/25 engineering over its production run, it had 36 different technical releases or series.

Lotus Elise S1

Conceived in early 1994, the Lotus Elise S1 is a two-seat, rear-wheel drive, mid-engined roadster was equipped with a hand-finished fibre-glass body shell atop its bonded extruded aluminium chassis that provided a rigid platform for the suspension, while keeping weight and production costs to a minimum. Because of this low weight, it was able to accelerate 0- 97 km/h in 5.8 seconds despite its relatively low power output of 118 bhp. The Series 1 Lotus Elise 80 was briefly assembled on a dedicated assembly line at Proton’s Shah Alam factory between 1997 and 2000.

Panther Kallista

Panther Westwinds was a manufacturer of niche sports cars, based in Surrey, United Kingdom. The Panther Kallista replaced the earlier Panther Lima and unlike the Vauxhall-based Lima, the new Kallista used Ford mechanicals, including a range of engines from 1.6 L straight-4 to 2.9 L Cologne V6. Like its predecessor, it featured styling resembling earlier Allard and Morgan cars.

Austin 8 Tourer

Launched on 24 February 1939, production of the Austin 8 Tourer continued into the war till 1943 with approximately  9,000 – 9,500 of the wartime Austin models were two-seater military 8AP tourers produced for military use. After the war the Austin 8 was manufactured in a slightly different way than the pre-war 8s. Only two models were available after the war, the six light four door saloon and the van. The tourer and the four light two door saloon were no longer available.

Catch these classic cars and others like the Buick Tourer and Lotus Madison, a model once owned by the late Tuanku Besar of Negeri Sembilan at the upcoming Penang Rendezvous held from 26 July to 29 July at the scenic Straits Quay Retail Marina.

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10 Ways to spot a flood damaged car in a used car lot

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Published on November 13th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

Flood waters in Penang and Kedah are expected to have damaged as many as 5,000 cars and counting. Majority of these cars will not be going to the scrap yard and many others will be cleaned up and resold in use car lots in other states. Buyers may not know that they are laying out cash for vehicles that could have electrical, mechanical and even safety issues that can put their life on the line. Yes, a flood damaged car could be dangerous in the near future.

Flooded cars are often transported to different states where consumers may be less aware, this is an easy way to sell these cars. We are quite sure most of the Penang and Kedah flood damaged cars will end up in Pengerang Johor or in Kuantan where there is huge development and plenty of unsuspecting foreign workers who need cheap cars to get to and fro their work site.

Here we offer 10 ways to spot a car that has been flooded:

  1. Look for stains, mildew, sand or silt under the carpet and dashboard, and in the rear boot spare wheel area and where the tool kit is stored.
  2. Look for fogging and water residue inside the headlights and taillights.
  3. Get inside the cabin and do a smell test by taking a deep breath. If there is a heavy aroma of cleaners and disinfectants it is a sign that the dealer/seller is trying to mask the mold and/wet odor smells.
  4. Check the front seat-mounting screws to see if there is any evidence that they have been removed. This is done to dry the carpets effectively, the seats must be removed and possibly even replaced.
  5. Look for exposed screws under the dashboard. Unpainted metal in flood cars will show signs of rust.
  6. Premium, imported cars have rubber drain plugs under the car and on the bottom of doors. Look as if they have been removed recently. That may have been done to drain floodwater.
  7. Look for signs of mismatched NEW carpeting or NEW seat covers.
  8. Look for rust on door hinges or screws or even the door locks on the side of the doors as these would only be rusted if the vehicle was submerged in water.
  9. Examine the underside of the vehicle for rust around the exhaust areas.
  10. Pull the seatbelt completely to its end and check for water and mud stains.

Of course the best method of all is to pay a trusted mechanic to check the car for you, but many Malaysians will try and save the RM50 to RM150.00 a mechanic charges to check the car and then regret later. You are buying a car worth thousands…..spend a little to get a peace of mind in the long run.

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The former Western Digital hard disk plant in the Bayan Lepas industrial zone, Penang (Malaysia), was put up for sale in 2017.Now it is the turn of the next plant

This week Western Digital announced plans to close the hard drive assembly plant in Petaling Jaya near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. HDD production will be discontinued by the end of 2019. In a sense, this is a symbolic event. Although WD still has two hard drive factories, this particular factory has been in operation for several decades, almost a quarter of a century.

It seems that the era of HDD is gradually receding into the past.

Western Digital came to Malaysia in 1973, starting with semiconductor manufacturing.In 1994, the local factory was converted to make hard drives: it was easier to do because there was originally a “clean room” function. Since then, the Petaling Jaya facility has become one of the largest HDD production facilities in the world, employing around 13,000 people. Surely many Habr users have a WD hard drive with the mark “Made in Malaysia” installed in their computer, or maybe someone has one installed now.

In 2016, HGST Technologies Malaysia, a subsidiary of WD, has already closed one Malaysian HDD manufacturing plant in the Bayan Lepas industrial zone, Penang city.In February last year, the land, along with the remaining buildings, was put up for sale.

HGST, formerly Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, was formed after the merger of the IBM and Hitachi hard drive divisions. Western Digital bought it in 2012. All of these market movements also indicate a contraction in the market. Actually, this trend is confirmed by market statistics.

The total hard drive market in 2017 declined to 400 million units from 550 million units in 2014.As a result, in recent years, both Seagate and Western Digital have reduced production capacity for hard drives. Last year, Seagate closed its Suzhou, China plant and Western Digital closed its flagship wafer plant in Odawara, Japan in 2016.

The closure of the Petaling Jaya plant is a natural consequence of what is happening in the market. Demand for HDDs is falling, while demand for SSDs is increasing. Nowadays, only the most advanced people store terabytes of files on their home computers. Many ordinary users abandon personal computers altogether in favor of smartphones.

Western Digital says the hard drive market has been shrinking in recent years – and will continue to do so, so no additional production capacity is needed.

Western Digital is one of the few “vertically integrated” HDD manufacturers. The company independently manufactures absolutely all components of hard drives, from magnetic substrates and platters to flexible heads with slider plates (Head Gimbal Assembly, HGA) and magnetic head assemblies (Head Stack Assemblies, HSA).Naturally, it also does the final assembly and testing.

Western Digital currently has three hard drive assembly plants: the largest in Bangpain, Thailand, the second in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, and the third in Prachinburi, Thailand. However, only the largest of them is more or less vertically integrated and produces not only hard drives, but also many components.

But it is too early to talk about the complete departure of the HDD into the past.On the contrary, sales of hard drives increase by in some sectors. In particular, the market for high-capacity HDDs for data centers is growing. Therefore, neither Western Digital nor Seagate plans to restrict the production of these products.

“In response to declining long-term demand for consumer hard drives, Western Digital has taken steps to streamline its global HDD manufacturing operations,” Western Digital said in a statement. Instead of making hard drives, the company will expand its SSD production.In particular, another SSD assembly plant in Penang will begin operation in the coming months.

From a technical point of view, assembling an SSD is easier to manufacture. It does not use such high technologies as in HDD assembly or NAND production.

Kia Spectra gearbox

Kia Spectra repair: Gearbox

  1. Repair manuals
  2. Kia Spectra 2000-2011
  3. Gearbox

Design features

Possible malfunctions of the manual gearbox, their causes and remedies

Replacing the oil seals of the gearbox drives

Removing and installing the gearbox

Replacing the rods of the gearbox control drive

Design features
Fig.6.1. Transmission: 1 – reverse gear synchronizer ring; 2 – the leading gear wheel of the V transfer; 3 – driving gear wheel of IV transfer; 4 – a leading gear wheel of the III transfer; 5 – a leading gear wheel of the II transfer; 6 – driving gear wheel of reverse gear; 7 – intermediate gear lane …

Possible malfunctions of a manual transmission, their causes and remedies

Replacing the oil seals of the gearbox drives
You will need: assembly blade, hammer, mandrel.1. Place the vehicle on a viewing ditch or lift. 2. To replace the axle shaft oil seal, remove the wheel drive from the side of the oil seal being replaced (see “Removing and installing front wheel drives.” gears from the car: – increased (compared to the usual) noise; – difficult gear shifting; – spontaneous shutdown or indistinct engagement of gears; – oil leakage through seals and gaskets.In addition, to …

Replacing the transmission control drive rods
If the gears are engaged inaccurately, the free play of the gear lever has increased and the lever vibrates during movement, the bushings of the lever shaft or its drive may have worn out. The gear lever must be free, without jamming, turn in the ball joint. Replace bushings …

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Section 1. Car structure
General information about the car Passport data Car keys Controls Heating (air conditioning) and interior ventilation Doors Seat belts, airbags and child seats Seats Steering wheel adjustment Rear-view mirrors Interior lighting Sun visors Hood Trunk lid Transmission control lever

Section 2.Recommendations for use

Safety instructions and recommendations What you need to have in the car Break-in of the car Operation of the car during the warranty period Preparing the car for departure Refueling the car with gasoline Using the jack Towing the car

Section 3. Faults on the way
Engine will not start Fuel injection system faults Lost idle Interruptions in engine operation The car moves jerkily The car accelerates poorly The engine stalls while driving The oil pressure has dropped Engine overheating The battery is not recharged Electrical malfunctions Extraneous knocking has appeared Problems with the brakes Checking the brake system Wheel puncture

Section 4.Maintenance
General Daily maintenance (EO) First maintenance (TO-1) Second maintenance (TO-2)

Section 5. Engine
Design features Possible engine malfunctions, their causes and remedies Helpful hints Check compression in the cylinders Removing and installing the decorative engine cover Removing and installing the engine mudguards Replacing the suspension mounts of the power unit Replacing the protective bar Installing the piston of the first cylinder in the TDC position of the compression stroke Replacing the timing belt Replacing the timing belt tensioner and support rollers Removing, troubleshooting and installing flywheel Replacement of engine seal parts Engine cylinder head Removal and installation of the engine Lubrication system Engine cooling system Engine exhaust system Engine power supply system

Section 6.Transmission
Clutch Gearbox Front wheel drives

Section 7. Running gear
Front suspension Rear suspension

Section 8. Steering
Design features Possible malfunctions of power steering, their causes and remedies Steering column thrust

Section 9. Brake system
Design features Possible malfunctions of the brake system, their causes and remedies Bleeding the hydraulic brake system Master brake cylinder Vacuum brake booster Replacing the hoses and pipes of the hydraulic brake hydraulic brake mechanisms Front wheel brakes Rear wheel brakes Parking brake

Section 10.Electrical equipment
Design features Diagnostics of malfunctions of onboard electrical equipment Mounting blocks Accumulator battery Generator Starter Ignition switch (lock) Ignition system Engine management system Lighting, light and sound alarms Windshield cleaner Removing and installing the windshield washer Removing and installing the radiator fan motor of the engine cooling system Fan Heated rear window Heated rear window Removing and installing cigarette lighter socket Instrument cluster Replacing indicator lamps and illumination lamps of the instrument cluster Replacing the control unit for outside rearview mirrors and the headlight electrocorrector regulator Replacing the dashboard switches Replacing the dashboard switch illumination lamps Removing and installing the clock Removing and installing the ETWIS unit Car audio system Replacing sensors and switches Anti-theft engine start blocking system

Section 11.Body
Construction features Replacing bumpers Removing and installing a mudguard and a front wheel fender Removing and installing a rear wheel mudguard Removing and installing a front fender Removing and installing a hood Doors Trunk lid Removing and installing trunk lining Fuel filler flap Seats Additional passive safety system Rear-view mirrors Instrument panel Removing and installing the instrument panel Heater and air conditioning Interior fittings Replacing the windshield Body care

Section 12.Car care
Corrosion protection of the body Preparation and anticorrosive treatment of hidden cavities in the body Body sealing Engine wash Car wash

Section 13. Purchase of spare parts
Engine oil Greases Coolants Brake fluid Fuel filter for fine filter Oil filter of the engine system ignition

Section 14. Trip to service station

Section 15.Winter operation of the car
How to prepare the car for winter Recommendations for starting the engine in severe frost What is useful to buy for the winter Useful winter tips

Section 16. Preparation for inspection
Recommendations List of faults and conditions under which the operation of vehicles is prohibited Changes to state standards regulating the maximum permissible content of harmful substances in the exhaust gases of motor vehicles

Appendices
Appendix 1.Tightening torques of threaded connections, Nm Appendix 2. Fuels and lubricants and operating fluids Appendix 3. Lamps used on a car Appendix 4. Basic data for adjustment and control

Electrical diagrams
Scheme 1. Connections of headlights Scheme 2. Connections of headlights and front fog lamps Diagram 3. Connections of the control system for electric fans of the radiator of the cooling system and the condenser of the air conditioning system Diagram 4.Connections of the ETWIS system and interior lighting lamps Scheme 5. Connections of the rear lights Scheme 6. Connections of the DRL system Scheme 7. Connections of the electric corrector of headlights and rear fog lamps reversing light Diagram 10. Connections of diagnostic pads (cars equipped with a manual transmission) Diagram 11. Connections of diagnostic pads with an automatic transmission Diagram 12.System of starting and generating set Diagram 13. Windscreen wiper and washer of windshield glass and rear door glass (cars with a hatchback body) Diagram 14a. Heating and air conditioning system Scheme 14b. Heating and air conditioning system Diagram 15. ECAT system connections Diagram 16. ECAT system and automatic transmission control system connections Diagram 17. Anti-lock braking system (ABS) connections Diagram 18a. Engine management system connections Scheme 18b. Engine management system connections Diagram 18c.Engine Control System Connections Diagram 18d. Engine management system connections Scheme 18d. Engine Management System Connections Diagram 18e. Engine management system connections Kia Spectra repair: Scheme 19. Passive restraint system (SRS) connections Scheme 20. Front seat heating system connections Scheme 21. Roof hatch motor connections Scheme 22. Central door locking system connections Scheme 23. Power window connections Scheme 24.Audio system and clock connections Diagram 25a. Interior lighting connections Scheme 25b. Interior lighting connections Diagram 26. ETWIS, cigarette lighter, heated rear window and side mirror connections

Quaife Motorsport transmissions – sequential, dog-engaging, synchronizers

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