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Re: Proton, Perodua, Toyota
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Re: Proton, Perodua, Toyota
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somemore.....:P

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Posted on: 2005/6/11 23:58
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Re: Proton, Perodua, Toyota
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eh looks pretty nice from some angle.
sporty sporty look.

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I heard that the Renault engine makes Savvy pretty powerful wor... I'm not impressed with the shape of the car, more impressed with how powerful it is... owh... one thing that's really sad about this car lah.....no airbag..... If like that arr I dun think I dare to speed lor...


haha, put renault engine and they dun include airbag.
its suicide !

Posted on: 2005/6/12 9:17
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More news! I heard from someone that MyVi gets more demand than Savvy... how true is that??

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see also know lar....most of us prefer myvi to savvy i think....
i heard that now already more than 20K orders for myvi....savvy, very korlian....

Posted on: 2005/6/12 22:38
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Story about Proton

Taken by another forum, written by 2pac:-

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Once, there was a family known as Malaysia. In 1985, they were blessed with their first born, Proton. The family loved Proton all they can. They gave Proton everything. They protected Proton from the bigger boys in Kindergarten. They told Proton, "You're young, you need protection from them. It's okay to make mistakes, you're young. Even if you don't learn from mistakes...it's okay...you are young."

Proton became spoilt. He always depended on parents and used up all his allowance on useless things. When he had to do his chores, he paid people to do it and the work is lousy, causing the parents having to call repairmen to fix all the mess that he made.
Anyway, when Proton was 10 (but he still acted like he is 1 or 2 years old), he had a younger brother, Perodua. At first, everyone thought this younger brother will be like Proton. Anyway, this new baby was more handsome and looks smarter than Proton. Malaysia knew there is a possibilty Perodua could be smarter than Proton. Since they love Proton so much, they decided that Perodua can only learn a few things. Cannot learn the same thing as Proton. This is so that Perodua wouldn't beat Proton at what Proton is doing.

Although Perodua was also protected by Malaysia, he learn to be independent very fast. He made good friends with Daihatsu, who had an elder brother Toyota. The two of them helped Perodua in everything. Perodua, being independent and smart, learnt a lot and in a short while,was becoming as good as, if not better, than Proton.

Malaysia realized that Perodua was becoming better than his brother. Although proud of Perodua, they still love Proton best. They paid Lotus (which is older and well known worldwide) to be friends with Proton. Using this advantage, Proton mentioned Lotus everytime he wanted to tell people about himself. On this own, he was still the same.
Moreover, Proton is always not updated. When doing his work, he still uses the typewriter and refuses to use the computer. Perodua, so much younger, used the computer, with broadband for his work. Perodua was improving so much that Toyota has assigned him with his work codename Avanza.

2005. Proton is 20 years old, Perodua only 10. It was obvious that Perodua was the more successful of the two siblings. What is worse, Proton said he still need his parents to help him for another 10 years. He still need to protection from the big boys. In May 2005, Perodua was about the show Malaysia his best work so far...codename Myvi.
Proton, being jealous...quickly came up with an unprofessional remark about Perodua's work and show his work at the same time as Perodua on purpose

The future of Malaysia and her two kids are still unknown. But it would be obvious that Perodua will shine, leaving Proton crying. It would be a wonder if in 2015, Proton will ask Malaysia for another 10 years of help and protection...maybe this time...protection from Perodua as well...........

THE END

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YES it's true!
I would rather go for MYVi then Savvy. I would rather spend a bit more to get MyVi coz Savvy really doesn't worth the money to spend that much.
Renault engine so what?!!?!?? Most probably would be those that Renault condemn one, odn want anymore and push here to recycle.
Proton... hmmm... wonder wonder... not that I say local car is bad but really they are getting lousy... no improvement.

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Just to inform you guys/girls!! Myvi steps on kuching Port yesterday, so those who booked before launching Jengx2 you will get your car by next week!! and again happy driving

Posted on: 2005/6/14 11:23
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if book now, how long have to wait ar? four months or more?
I saw many myvis at Regas Sekama today. Hmm...book before know how the actual car look like? So daring la....:P

Posted on: 2005/6/14 21:44
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