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Review: Infiniti Q60 – Left Field Style and Substance

Review: Infiniti Q60 – Left Field Style and Substance

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When it comes to luxury cars, you can’t really go wrong with the more mainstream German brands. Take your pick of the three pointed star, the propeller, or the four rings: you’ll probably find a car with luxury and performance that you can appreciate,...
Review: 2017 Mazda 6 GVC – Does G-Vectoring Control Work?

Review: 2017 Mazda 6 GVC – Does G-Vectoring Control Work?

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We last reviewed the Mazda 6 less than a year ago, but the intervening time since then has seen Mazda enhance the car with its fancy new G-Vectoring Control system, which we will call GVC for short.Introduced locally in April, GVC is now standard fit for...
Review: 2017 Honda City Facelift - Homerun Returns

Review: 2017 Honda City Facelift - Homerun Returns

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The current Honda City has been around since 2014 and Honda Malaysia has given Malaysia’s most popular non-national B-segment compact sedan a nip and tuck to keep it fresh and relevant.Aimed squarely at the Toyota Vios, Nissan Almera, Mazda 2 Sedan and...
Review: 2017 Isuzu MU-X Type S - The Sensible Choice

Review: 2017 Isuzu MU-X Type S - The Sensible Choice

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Truck-based SUVs may not offer the comfort of car-based SUVs, but they do offer a unique preposition. At the moment, the segment is occupied by the Isuzu MU-X, Ford Everest and Toyota Fortuner. The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is still on sale, but will...
Review: 2017 Ford Ranger Wildtrak – Jet-Setting Pick-Up

Review: 2017 Ford Ranger Wildtrak – Jet-Setting Pick-Up

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For a time, pick-up trucks were viewed as affordable tax-free alternatives to budget B-segment sedans. Then, as their popularity grew amongst private owners, in came more features and better refinement; suddenly, pick-up trucks have become a lifestyle...
Review: 2018 Mini Cooper S Countryman – Winds of Change

Review: 2018 Mini Cooper S Countryman – Winds of Change

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In the Tamil language, there’s a saying which says “everything in this world including the word ‘change’ itself, could change someday”, referring to how most things around us evolve as time progresses. And the automotive sector is in no way an exception....
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