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What is “Kereta Sambung Bayar” and what are the risks of buying these cars?

“Kereta Sambung Bayar” (cars continue to pay or continue to loan the car) has gained more popular in recent years in Malaysia and some other countries. This is because more and more people are unable to pay off their credit card debt, mortgage loan, and some other loans and causing them get blacklisted in central bank. People who are blacklisted or bankrupt are not able to obtain any new or used car loan from bank. Hence, there is “Kereta Sambung Bayar”.
What is actually “Kereta Sambung Bayar” means? It is a …

Car Buying Guide, Used Cars »

Steps to buy a used car

There are steps to know when buying a used car either from private seller or direct owner. With the help of technology, many car owners can now direct upload their advertisement to the internet with little cost or totally free. This has bring a lots of freedom for shoppers to direct purchase a used car from owner without have to pay extra cost for used car dealer’s profit.
However, when there is expediency, there is difficulty. Scams could be happened when an advertising company neglects to filter out the scams advertisement. …

Car Accidents, Japan »

Most expensive exotic car crash made up by eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini, and three Mercedes

People who love cars must step into Japan once in a life time for sure to see all the exotic cars and how car enthusiasts rape their cars. Yesterday, 14 exotic cars destroyed and crashed in Japan motorway pileup, marking the most expensive exotic car crash in history with eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini, three Mercedez-Benz, a Toyota Prius, and possible a Nissan Skyline. The estimated total cost involved in the crash worth more than a million dollar.
In Japan, most of the Ferrari cost more than US$100,000 except older Ferrari 550 …

Volvo »

Volvo P1800: An iconic car that may be forgotten

The Volvo P1800 was one of the most sought-after sports cars in the ‘60s. It is also considered as the first Volvo sports car after the Volvo P1900 went into production as a tragedy. Why we say the P1900 is a tragedy because only 68 cars produced and 5 among the 68 was prototypes, that means only 64 were sold to consumers. However, it has become a history and most of the Volvo P1900 is now either stay in museum or some classic car collector’s garage.
Unlike the P1900, the P1800 …

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Why the Volvo S60 and S80 don’t fully hit the Asian market?

Why the Volvo S60 and S80 don’t fully hit the Asian market? Why we say so? This is a research purely done by us and it has nothing to do with Volvo or any other statistic. In fact, it is really an interesting research and may be Volvo designer can think of this when designer the new car.
If you are living in Asia (mainly China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Bhutan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei, India, Indonesia, Korea, Laos, and some other Asian countries with lots of Chinese), you may …