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Hurrying for the Harrier

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my | Ariff Roose

19-May-18 12:00

Hurrying for the Harrier

As the abolishment of GST looms around the corner, Rich and Ariff go over the latest headlines in automotive news: how will 0% GST affect car prices in Malaysia, an unusual scheme to get road users to renew their annual road taxes, and the peculiar hazard of proximity keys. Still on the topic of GST, Daniel Fernandez discusses how the abolishment of the tax affects the other end of the spectrum of the car market - its manufacturers. Rich and Daniel hark back to the days when cars had only four gears and ponder “do cars need more gears?”, find out on the AT&T segment this week. Finally, this week’s car review puts the Toyota Harrier 2.0 Turbo on the podium for the 10-point inspection.

Produced by: Ali Johan

Presented by: Richard Bradbury


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Tags:  GST2018 Toyota Harrier 2.0 Turboroad taxesFlorida ManAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsConsumer Goods/ServicesBusiness AnalysisAutoSMEMarkets


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