Nice Price Or Crack Pipe Is this used car a good deal? You decide! Movie stand-ins usually do a decent job of mimicking the celebrities they double. That’s not quite the case with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Delor…I mean Bricklin. Let’s see if this weird BttF homage has you trippin’ over its price tag as well as its flux capacitor. Living is easy with eyes closed, Misunderstanding all you see… You know, I think John Lennon really captured the essence of Range Rover ownership in his song, Strawberry Fields. I mean, you don’t ease into the Range Rover experience through patient deliberation and methodical analysis of the pros and cons. No, based on its unflattering reputation, this is a marque that requires snap judgement and blind devotion. There was little of that aimed at yesterday’s 2006 Range Rover HSE, despite the fact that it seemed to have dodged the ‘knowing the service manager on a first-name basis’ demands … [Read more...] about At $15,000, Would You Go Brick to the Future in This Custom 1975 Bricklin SV-1?
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Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) announced yesterday that the premium marque had achieved a personal best in terms of sales performance as well as in after sales, finance and customer experience. Their record-breaking third quarter performance in 2018 (3Q2018) had resulted in them delivering 10,143 to their customers since the start of 2018. They have also serviced over 109,927 cars in the same period which is an amazing feat as their customer satisfaction index is also at a record high throughout Southeast Asia. Mercedes-Benz Malaysia, President and CEO, Dr Claus Weidner (centre), together with (From Left) Mercedes-Benz Malaysia, Vice President, Customer Services, Mr Heinrich Schromm and; Mercedes-Benz Malaysia, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Mr Mark Raine, at the Mercedes-Benz Malaysia Q3 2018 performance and highlights media briefing and preview of the Mercedes-AMG E 53 and Mercedes-AMG E 53 Coupé. Mercedes-Benz is consistently … [Read more...] about Mercedes-Benz Malaysia Posts Record Number of Cars Sold & Serviced and Improvements in Customer Experience in the 3rd Quarter of 2018
WHILST buying Co-Op car insurance is a doddle, the community-focused company offers poor customer care once they're on board. Brits rated their cover providers for the Auto Express Driver Power 2018 rankings, with 54 listed in total. Co-Op performed poorly for its handling of claims, in terms of: communication; speed; friendliness and helpfulness; and overall customer satisfaction. Its mediocre ratings for telephone experience and value for money landed the firm bottom of the top 25 insurers. On the other end of the scale, NFU Mutual was ranked as the best car insurance company for the third consecutive time this year. It received an impressive 96 per cent satisfaction rating, with only seven per cent stating they would not renew their policy. In second place was Police Mutual - a firm dedicated to the Service sector - followed by the popular Liverpool Victoria company that received 91 per cent approval. Privilege and AXA rounded up the top five, while Sainsbury's Bank received an 89 … [Read more...] about Britain’s best car insurance companies named – but Co-Op customers are not happy with their service
Proton has just released a statement addressing the concerns of the Malaysian Association of Malay Vehicle Importers and Traders (PEKEMA), which have surfaced in an Utusan Malaysia interview with PEKEMA president Datuk Zainuddin Abdul Rahman.In the interview, Zainuddin said that Proton’s new leadership, spearheaded by chief executive officer Li Chunrong, no longer places importance on the bumiputera agenda, adding that its new policies are putting undue pressure on dealers. Among them, 1S dealers – which make up the majority of Proton outlets – are given only a year to upgrade to 3S centres in order to be given an opportunity to sell the company’s first ever SUV, based on the Geely Boyue and set to be introduced in the fourth quarter of this year.Zainuddin also said that Proton is reducing dealer profit margins from four to three percent, discontinuing financial aids such as Payment After Registration (PAR), and implementing restrictions on dealers should … [Read more...] about Proton addresses PEKEMA concerns regarding dealers – incentives, support provided
Now motorcycling is viewed in many different forms across the globe. Some people love it for the sheer pride it offers, some may boast about it while others could just be addicted to the adrenaline that motorcycles offer when given a whip. Some may even love wandering, traversing the off beaten paths and simply getting lost. Motorcycling has vivid forms and they’re all unique, entertaining and exciting. Back in the day when electronics were only limited to high-tech labs and computers, motorcycles were simple and all raw. There was this urge for more speed and absolute fatuousness that gave rise to cafe racers. The recipe was simple, strip off all the un-essentials and throw in low set clip-ons and viola! You have a cafe racer. Soon these retro looking half-baked race bikes took the world by fire. They were simple to manufacture and caught lots of attention too. All major manufacturers like Ducati, Royal Enfield, BMW, Moto Guzzi and Triumph had their own cafe racer model … [Read more...] about Spitfire V.82 and Bakka By Dochaki Are Seriously Impressive Custom Motorcycles