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Re: New Proton 2008: Code Name BLM
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saw this from from a website linked to flickr site. unable to trace whoever own these photos. credits to whoever owns it.

Posted on: 2008/1/4 15:14
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I don't think reconditioned and 'proper' luxury cars make a difference. They both don't last as long as Japanese ones in terms of dexterity alone.

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Re: New Proton 2008: Code Name BLM
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Mini-Waja, anyone? A bare-bones car for the masses is a nice concept as long as the safety features aren't removed from the base models.

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It looks nice.Design are better this time.

Posted on: 2008/1/4 16:41
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Re: New Proton 2008: Code Name BLM
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ian wrote: I don't think reconditioned and 'proper' luxury cars make a difference. They both don't last as long as Japanese ones in terms of dexterity alone.
anyway, i look up the word dexterity in dictionary due to never come across this word in my life so far. kekeke
i guess it's up to the maker. Citroen Peugeot BMW MB Volvo Skoda, Ferrari. Lamborghini... not all are same level I guess in terms of their level of dexterity...

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Re: New Proton 2008: Code Name BLM
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Mini-Waja, anyone? A bare-bones car for the masses is a nice concept as long as the safety features aren't removed from the base models.


I'll have to say this one looks better than the waja. More curves, so to speak.

There's a driver's airbag but no ABS, AFAIK.

Posted on: 2008/1/4 18:27
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Re: New Proton 2008: Code Name BLM
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Heck, not even an ABS for 21st century car? You got to be kidding me. I can understand if there is no ESP (Electronic Stability Program) as what I have been mentioning and stressing all along, but discarding the ABS is really, a suicide decision.

I am surprised these cars even make it into the market, let alone being produced in today's standard.

Such a shame Proton.

PS: For your information, ESP is very useful when you car losses control, where the system actually applies individual braking forces to whichever wheels that looses traction, and slows down the car. E.g., a double lane change on the highway, where most cars these days without ESP , coupled with crappy tyres (like Proton), will swerve and spun out if without ESP.

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ian wrote: I don't think reconditioned and 'proper' luxury cars make a difference. They both don't last as long as Japanese ones in terms of dexterity alone.
anyway, i look up the word dexterity in dictionary due to never come across this word in my life so far. kekeke
i guess it's up to the maker. Citroen Peugeot BMW MB Volvo Skoda, Ferrari. Lamborghini... not all are same level I guess in terms of their level of dexterity...


Wow, I meant 'reliability'. Must've been real tired. I was in a conversation with a friend about a similar subject on dexterity before making that post...

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another rear design copycat for ford motors....

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Does anyone know whether the BLM malaysia model compliant or meet which safety standard? Who is regulating this standard?

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