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UMW a potential beneficiary from ECRL re-alignment, says CIMB-CGS Research


KUALA LUMPUR (April 19): CGS-CIMB Research has maintained its "add" rating on UMW Holdings Bhd at RM3.27 with an unchanged target price (TP) of RM4.20 and said the automotive and engineering group stands to benefit from the proposed re-alignment of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) Section C towards the northern route via Gombak and Serendah as it has over 700 acres of landbank assets at the Serendah High Value Manufacturing (HVM) Park.
In a note last Friday, CGS-CIMB analyst Mohd Shanaz Noor Azam said UMW Holdings has circa 732.4 acres of vacant land in Serendah HVM Park, with an estimated net book value of RM73 million or RM2.30/sq ft.

Tun Mahathir takes delivery of his new Perodua Ativa

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Tun Mahathir takes delivery of his new Perodua Ativa
15 April 2021 10:09 am / 0 comments
The Perodua Ativa is certainly one of the most talked about cars of 2021, and since its launch in March this year, the compact SUV has been delivered to over 4,345 customers. Joining the many Malaysians that have welcomed an Ativa is none other than Tun Dr Mahathir, who recently posted a video of him taking delivery of Perodua’s latest model.
On hand to pass the former prime minister the keys to “VBX 2020” (quite a special number plate, no?) were Perodua president and CEO Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad and Perodua chairman Tan Sri Asmat Kamaludin, who also walked Mahathir through the many features of the Ativa, of which there are plenty as this is the range-topping AV variant. Aside from a distinctive black roof, the AV also boasts a suite of active safety systems like adaptive cruise control, lane centring assist, blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert.

UMW vehicle sales up 35% in 1Q21

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, which saw its automotive sales surged 35% in the first quarter of 2021, expects the momentum to continue in the second quarter.
“We expect the sales growth momentum to continue in the second quarter of the year supported by the backlog of orders for both UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) and Perodua as well as the sales tax exemption,” UMW Holdings president and group chief executive officer Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Mohd Kenali said in a statement.
“We are indeed grateful to our customers for their strong support of our products and services, especially for the newly-launched models.
“Moving forward, both UMWT and Perodua will continue to introduce new and improved models and deliver superior after-sales services to meet our customers’ expectations.

Child presence detection technology


Child presence detection technology
31 Mar 2021 / 22:02 H.
The child detector system alerts a parent of the presence of the child when they are alighting their vehicle.
THERE have been numerous cases of a child being left alone and forgotten in a car. Such cases often end in tragedy as the child dies from heatstroke. It is easy to be critical of adults, who have supposedly allowed this incident to happen, but it could happen to any of us.
Sometimes, we can be preoccupied with our thoughts, combined with a hectic work schedule or perhaps confused by a change in our daily routine. This may lead us to forget about the child passenger in the car.

Perodua Ativa review - detailed look at the pros and cons

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18 March 2021 7:41 pm / 65 comments
We’ve covered the Perodua Ativa rather extensively on this website, as I’m sure you’ve noticed by now. It’s what we do here at
paultan.org, more so with new national car launches. Regular readers would know we handled the Proton X50 launch just as thoroughly just a few months ago, as well as the Myvi in 2017.
Those looking for more details on the Ativa, this is the one you’ve been waiting for – our full review of Perodua’s new compact SUV. Just like my X50 review, it’s a long one, just under 55 minutes. But as per the title, it covers everything you’ll need or want to know about the Ativa, covering all that’s good as well as the bad.

2021 Nissan X-Trail - 1.5L turbo 3-cylinder and 8AT combo currently on trial for US-market Rogue SUV

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17 March 2021 3:23 pm / 3 comments
We’ve just heard about the fourth-generation Nissan X-Trail getting a new VC Turbo engine in China. That’s Infiniti’s high-tech variable compression turbocharged engine, an upgrade from the familiar naturally aspirated 2.5 litre four-cylinder unit announced with the US-market Rogue in June 2020.
Now here’s another potential upcoming powertrain for the new X-Trail, and it has surfaced in the US, where the Rogue is already on sale with the 181 hp/245 Nm QR25DE, paired to a CVT gearbox.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s
FuelEconomy.gov site, picked up by
Car and Driver, the 2021 Rogue is getting a turbocharged 1.5 litre three-cylinder engine. No details yet, except for that the downsized turbo engine will be paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, with the option of AWD.

Perodua warns of Ativa scams, reminds customers to only deal with authorised sales advisors, dealerships

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Perodua warns of Ativa scams, reminds customers to only deal with authorised sales advisors, dealerships
11 March 2021 4:16 pm / 23 comments
There’s a scam for everything these days, and something new, with high public interest, would surely be a good hook. Perodua has discovered scammers using the new Ativa SUV as bait and has released an announcement urging customers to only deal with authorised sales advisors.
“We have discovered at least two fraudulent rebate offers online for the newly-launched Perodua Ativa, which is not our practice,” said Perodua president and CEO Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad said, adding that the promotions did not originate from Perodua or any of its outlets nationwide.

2021 Perodua Ativa vs Myvi vs Proton X50 - size and price compared, where does the new SUV stand?

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9 March 2021 5:25 pm / 47 comments
So how big is it? That’s one of the most popular questions about the new Perodua Ativa, and one that we also had before seeing the new SUV in the metal. Sometimes, the bald figures can only tell so much, and a new car needs to be compared visually against the mental markers we already have.
With that, we bring you a gallery of the Ativa with two other cars. One is the Myvi, Perodua’s perennial best seller and a size reference that everyone will get. The other car is the Proton X50.
As with most national brand new products, the market automatically pitches a rival from the other camp – this is not always a like-for-like comparison. Remember the Proton Savvy and the first-gen Myvi? While both were five-door hatchbacks, they were very different in size and drive. It’s the same case here. Both are B-segment SUVs, but the X50 is bigger, more sophisticated and of course, more expensive than the Ativa. More on these two later.

Perodua Ativa - 6k bookings, over 100 units registered

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5 March 2021 6:56 pm / 52 comments
Even those who aren’t into cars – like my curious neighbours – know that Perodua has just launched a new SUV. It’s only March, but the Perodua Ativa should easily be the biggest car launch of 2021 when we do our recap later. And from the initial figures, it won’t be long before the new model is everywhere around town.
It’s one thing to launch a car, another thing to produce and deliver consistently. For instance, Honda reminded us yesterday that it has delivered close to 13,000 units of the fifth-generation City as of February. Meanwhile, the much-hyped Proton X50, which was also launched in October 2020, has found 8,141 homes.

Perodua Ativa expected to cannibalise 5% of Aruz and Myvi sales - no disruption to Axia, Bezza production

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4 March 2021 12:44 pm / 24 comments
The Perodua Ativa is poised to become a popular option among car buyers, but there are some of you that might be wondering to what degree the new B-segment SUV will cannibalise the sales of other models in the national carmaker’s line-up.
This situation is brought up because the Ativa is priced between RM61,500 and RM72,000, which places it within the ballpark of the Aruz that goes for RM68,526 to RM73,226. Additionally, the Ativa’s base starting price could also entice customers who were originally considering a Myvi to take the step to the SUV instead.

2021 Perodua Ativa SUV – spec-by-spec comparison

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2021 Perodua Ativa SUV – spec-by-spec comparison
4 March 2021 7:02 pm / 62 comments
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would’ve known about the biggest launch of the year, the Perodua Ativa. The compact SUV debuted yesterday to much (virtual) fanfare and sets new standards for the national carmaker in terms of technology and safety.
Perodua has made it easier for customers to pick the car they want, with just three variants and one engine and gearbox option. Still, it’s important to know what you get at each price point, and that’s where our spec-by-spec comparison comes in.
First, let’s talk about pricing, which starts at

Perodua Ativa turbo maintenance costs – similar to Myvi and Aruz, 50% less than Proton X50 over 100k km

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Perodua Ativa turbo maintenance costs – similar to Myvi and Aruz, 50% less than Proton X50 over 100k km
4 March 2021 6:56 pm / 80 comments
The Perodua Ativa has been launched, and if you want to know more about it, please check out our comprehensive launch report and supporting posts. The national brand’s latest compact B-segment SUV is certainly a bold step for the company, with plenty of firsts.
A turbocharged engine, a D-CVT along with fancier active safety and driver assistance systems are just some of the technologies making their debut with the Ativa, but we’re not here to talk about any of that.

2021 Perodua Ativa SUV launched in Malaysia - X, H, AV specs; 1.0L Turbo CVT; from RM61,500 to RM72k

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3 March 2021 8:13 pm / 129 comments
Finally, the Perodua Ativa has been officially launched in Malaysia. Instead of the customary big event, Perodua unveiled the D55L SUV via a virtual launch this evening, finally confirming the Ativa name in the process. If you’re wondering, Ativa is Portuguese for active, which makes sense for an SUV.
Also announced were the official prices. The Ativa starts at
RM61,500 for the base X variant, going up to
RM66,100 for the mid H. The top AV is yours for
RM71,200, or
RM72,000 if you go for the full two-tone paint option (pearl white/red with black roof). These figures, which are on-the-road excluding insurance, are lower than the estimated price range of RM62,500 to RM73,400. Prices include sales tax exemption, which is in place until June 30.

FIRST LOOK: Perodua Ativa SUV detailed walk-around

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FIRST LOOK: Perodua Ativa SUV detailed walk-around
4 March 2021 12:08 am / 42 comments
This is the one, folks. The new Perodua Ativa, or as you’ve known it from before, the D55L SUV. This is an extremely important model for Perodua as it debuts the new DNGA global platform, as well as its very first turbocharged engine and CVT gearbox.
On top of all that, there’s a whole load of new technologies, including ASA 3.0, as well as adaptive cruise control and Level 2 semi-autonomous driving. So let’s take a closer look at Perodua’s new baby.
The Ativa is priced between

Perodua hints at electrification plans for future models

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So here we are, right after the launch of the Perodua Ativa. The SUV is the automaker’s first ever car with a turbocharged engine, and it’s also the first car to be based on the […]

2021 Perodua Ativa - GearUp accessories detailed

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The 2021 Perodua Ativa was launched earlier today, and its official debut has also seen the introduction of GearUp accessories available for the SUV, which goes on sale in three variant forms, a base X, […]

Perodua Ativa will not be offered with all-wheel-drive, features 95% local parts content; more than Myvi

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Perodua will not be selling AWD versions of the Ativa in the future, even if there are equivalent versions from Daihatsu and Toyota – namely, the Rocky and the Raize – that may feature the […]

ASEAN NCAP: 2021 Perodua Ativa scores five stars; first Asean model tested under 2021-2025 protocol

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2021 Perodua Ativa scores five stars in ASEAN NCAP; first model to be tested under 2021-2025 protocol
3 March 2021 10:11 pm / 21 comments
The ASEAN New Car Assessment programme (ASEAN NCAP) has conducted crash and safety systems tests on the Perodua Ativa, which was just launched today and has scored five stars across all four tested categories – adult occupant protection (AOP), child occupant protection (COP), safety assist and motorcyclist safety (consisting of blind spot monitoring and pedestrian protection sub-categories).
Here, the points weighting for AOP, COP, safety assist and motorcyclist safety systems are 40%, 20%, 20% and 20% for each assessment category respectively. In these, the Perodua Ativa scored 37.48, 17.36, 18.57 and 10.00 points. ASEAN NCAP notes that the Ativa is the first model in the region to be tested under the latest 2021-2025 protocol.

2021 Daihatsu Rocky, Toyota Raize get Android Auto

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The new Perodua Ativa SUV is due to be launched tomorrow, but over in Japan, its Daihatsu Rocky and Toyota Raize have received a couple of very subtle tweaks for the 2021 model year. Most […]

SPYSHOTS: Perodua Ativa spotted undisguised ahead of March 3 debut - different from the Daihatsu Rocky

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27 February 2021 12:34 pm / 70 comments
The Perodua Ativa (or D55L) has been spotted completely undisguised ahead of its official launch on March 3 thanks to
RiderAth, who spotted several units of the compact B-segment SUV being transported on a trailer recently.
These images give us a good look at the design of the Ativa (unlike previous camouflaged units), which isn’t a direct copy of the Daihatsu Rocky it is based on. While the overall profile is pretty much identical, the Perodua SUV gets distinctive front and rear sections.
Starting with the former, the grille on the Ativa is stretched out to link the headlamps, with the Perodua logo framed by chrome slats. There’s also a different bumper with triangular fog lamp enclosures that are accentuated by L-shaped trim pieces.

Perodua Ativa - how D-CVT is different to other CVTs

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24 February 2021 2:36 pm / 35 comments
Welcome to part three of our deep dive series into the Perodua Ativa (also known as the D55L), where the focus this time is on the transmission that will be used by the compact B-segment SUV.
UPDATE:
Based on all the information we have so far, it’s known that the Ativa will have quite a bit in common with the Daihatsu Rocky and Toyota Raize. This includes the use of the 1KR-VET 1.0 litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine and the Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA), the former of which is paired with a D-CVT.
We’ve already talked about the 1KR-VET and DNGA in parts one and two, so if you want to know more about either of them, just click on the links above. In this post, we’re discussing the Ativa’s D-CVT, which is not only the first for a Perodua model, but is different from a conventional CVT. What does the “D” stand for? How does it operate? Read on to find out.

Perodua Ativa D55L SUV – virtual launch on March 3!

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We’ve been waiting a while for Perodua’s forthcoming compact SUV – its codename, D55L, first surfaced back in 2019. Well, the wait will soon be over, as the national carmaker has confirmed that the car […]

Malaysian vehicle sales data for Jan 2021 by brand - Perodua's share above 50%, national brands at 70%

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The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has released vehicle sales data for the month of January 2021, which saw a total of 32,829 units registered last month. That’s 52.3% less than the 68,836 units sold in […]

Perodua D55L SUV Archives - Paul Tan's Automotive News


9 March 2021 5:25 pm
/ 48 comments
So how big is it? That’s one of the most popular questions about the new Perodua Ativa, and one that we also had before seeing the new SUV in the metal. Sometimes, the bald figures can only tell so much, and a new car needs to be compared visually against the mental markers we already have.
With that, we bring you a gallery of the Ativa with two other cars. One is the Myvi, Perodua’s perennial best seller and a size reference that everyone will get. The other car is the Proton X50.
As with most national brand new products, the market automatically pitches a rival from the other camp – this is not always a like-for-like comparison. Remember the Proton Savvy and the first-gen Myvi? While both were five-door hatchbacks, they were very different in size and drive. It’s the same case here. Both are B-segment SUVs, but the X50 is bigger, more sophisticated and of course, more expensive than the Ativa. More on these two later.

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