Nowadays, drivers in Malaysia are offered the flexibility to choose which engine for the car they desire – either a petrol-engine or diesel-engine. Petrol and diesel both have their own perks as well as limitations; although not many really know the differences they both carry. However, it is important to know these differences as not only it will give impact to your spending but also the driving experience they both has to offer.
Knowing how much your vehicle costs after owning it for few years is vital for every vehicle owners wanting to sell it. The price of each used vehicle varies, depending on their make and model. Other than that, what are the other factors affecting the residual values? Let’s look at these few main points that drive your vehicle’s value down:
Car segment play a role when selecting your desired vehicle. Different segment aims at targeting different markets. Some factors to consider when selecting the appropriate segment include,
Malaysia is known for its diverse population. This is also reflected with the diversity of its car models originating from various countries around the world. You are able to spot cars that are manufactured from countries like Korea, Japan, France, Thailand, India, Sweden, and many more.
It’s always exciting to learn about new cars being released and to discover the new features it has to offer. In a bid to cash in while fuel prices are low and despite the implementation of GST, our carmakers have been rolling out many new models in 2015 that will surely get our attention.
With over 200 new car launches in 2015, carmakers continue to increase the selection of variants in their catalogue. When shopping for a new car, it’s good to know which vehicle manufacturer has the most options to offer. The more choices you have, the better the chances of the car being able to suit your specific requirements.
Why is a vehicle’s resale value an essential aspect when selecting a car? Purchasing a new car, especially in Malaysia, is a big investment for most. Depreciation is considered to be the biggest cost to a vehicle owner, it even trumps maintenance and gas. Unless you keep your car until it’s completely taken over by rust, the residual value of your vehicle will play a big and direct role to your transportation cost.
You can have all the power in the world under the hood but unless its used efficiently, it may as well not be there. A car’s horsepower only tells one side of the story when it comes to a car’s speed. A better way to gauge how fast a car is to check out its power to weight ratio. Power to weight ratio is used as a measurement of a car’s performance, with the power output divided by the mass of the car to give a metric that is independent of a car’s size.