5 new cars Malaysian can expect in 2019

The automotive calendar in Malaysia is no less lively for the year 2018. Various models are introduced and have been approached, including to drive test to see the capabilities and advantages of the model and express the views on it. As the curtain leaves 2018, 2019 will brings more competitive models for new car in Malaysia now. Let’s look at the following list: 

Perodua Aruz

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Not wanting to miss, Perodua also wants to launch the latest SUV that will enter the market in the near future. Aruz is a seven-seater SUV with a capacity of 1.5liter engine driven by Dual EVV-VVT-i engine. With an electric power steering, It’s also “petrol subsidy friendly” with more savings of around 15.6km per litre.

Mitsubishi Triton

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Mitsubishi Triton (2019) one of the new car Malaysia, features many more detailed improvements that are suitable for both commercial and personal use. The new Mitsubishi Triton now receives a wide range of security features such as autonomous emergency brakes (AEB), blind spot warning with trail-switching features, rear traffic trajectory, Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System and Multi Around Monitor. Its exterior is equipped with items like thin projector lamps, 18 inches wrapped 265/60 tires, side mirrors and chrome door holders, LED back lamps, reverse camera, keyless entry system, edge pedestrians and front and back spacers. Find more about the new Triton here: http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com.my/triton

BMW X7

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The X7 is the latest and biggest model in the BMW X line-up ever built. The X7 comes as standard with LED headlights, three rows of seats for seven people in total ensuring maximum comfort for mid to large sized families to enjoy every trip out in the X7. Luxury is the main focus, while a host of security features ensures that technology aids drivers in making every on-road expedition safe for them families. Rear passengers can enjoy a gorgeous panoramic glass roof and LED “sky lounge”, which has the ability to change colour to enhance the ambiance in the car. And the car comes with Vernasca leather trim as well as a four-zone automatic climate control. 

Hyundai Santa Fe

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The latest Hyundai Santa Fe is due to arrive in Malaysian showrooms in the first quarter of 2019. The seven-seater comes with the new Hyundai signature cascading grille design with slim LED headlights. Features include six airbags, vehicle stability control, hill start assist, downhill brake control, electric parking brake with automatic hold, smart power tailgate, 7-inch LCD virtual cluster, wireless phone charger, and a floating type 7-inch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The new Santa Fe also has Rear Occupant Alert that prevents instances of children or pets being forgotten and left behind in the car.

DS 7 Crossback

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Naza Euro Motors has previewed the Citroen DS7 Crossback ,a luxury SUV ahead of its debut for new car Malaysia in 2019. The new DS 7 Crossback features few highlights such as newly-designed diamond-shaped radiator grille, with the DS emblem at its centre, set in a hexagonal frame, full-LED headlamps and tail lamps with 3D diamond-like signature. A top-flight 14-speaker Focal Electra hi-fi sound system and a clock by luxury watch maker BRM.

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