Monday, May 30, 2005

Perodua MyVi?

I'm not considering or thinking about changing a new car... Just that everyone is talking about Perodua MyVi nowadays.. (MyVi = My Vehicle? My Vision? Malaysia Vision?) Well, i am still quite happy with my SLK at the moment(my SLK here refers to = Small Little Kancil, not the Mercedes SLK :P). At least, I have been using it without much problems for the past four & half years.. Easy to drive & no hassle in finding parking space as well.. That's the nice part of driving SLK :)

I'm not those people who "sayang" their cars a lot. Well, there's lotsa "scratch marks" and "dents" on my car, but i don't feel "sakit hati" at all. Cars are just vehicles.. No point getting so upset over those things. I know there's people who feel so upset when someone scratch their beloved cars.. And some even treat their cars like "Wife" or "Husband"....

Yesterday evening, when i reach my apartment, i noticed there's a red colour MyVi in my apartment parking lot. I came down from my car to have a closer look. Well, must be the Perodua Salesman in my apartment brought & drove the car back home. The MyVi has no number plate & there's plastic wrapper everywhere inside the car :D I wonder, if someone with itchy hand go & scratch the car with a twenty cent coin, what will be his response? :D hahahah..... Of course i won't do those silly stuffs lah..

16 comments:

Dr Evil said...

Cheat car. Buy something else!!!

Chen said...

Dr Evil
i didnt say i want to buy this car woh... hahaha...I just mentioned i see that new car in my apartment :D

Actually the price of this car is not much different from Toyota Avanza. :)

Dr Evil said...

Expensive, but QC should be better than Proton.

2 months waiting period. Friend ordered one liao.

I wish him luck.

That kinda money can put downpayment on other CBU car.

Chen said...

Perodua car QC definitely is better if compared to Proton :D

Dr Evil said...

Use the money buy house better, then take LRT to work? aHaHa

Like Dr Cheat, always take KTM and LRT.

Chen said...

There's no KTM & LRT in Penang lah..

anyway, i still need car.. for convenient purposes, especially when on call in Maternity Hospital..

Dr Evil said...

Take motorbike lor. Faster.

Buy CBR. Ducati also nice.

Chen said...

siao meh.. ask me to ride motorbike in Penang?

Mmmm... talking about riding motorbike.. i miss those days loh..

Dr Evil said...

Why not? So many in Pg, must blend in. Cant beat them, join them.

aHaHHaHa

Park right in front hospital.

Chen said...

well, i have colleagues who ride motorbike to work as well :) Problem is during rainy days or rainy seasons loh..

Fun loh last time riding motorbike in KL, can beat all the traffic jam cos can squeeze through in between.. But during rainy seasons... aiyk...

Dr Evil said...

Got rain coat, wear those nice nice raincoat, leather jacket, very very nice wan.

Chen said...

troublesome lah to keep or carry around the raincoat. Last time i "kiasu" one.. i wear two raincoat.. hahah..

i wear the jacket raincoat inside & another layer of the normal raincoat, the long black colour raincoat outside :D Just to make sure that I won't get wet ....

cooknengr said...

What's up Doc, I read MyVi's spec,Interesting fact the safety feature, they refer front passenger as "co-driver". Do you need a drivers license to sit in front ?

Dr Evil said...

Safety feature is just for show when it comes to local cars, i doubt they actually work.

Gasman said...

Chen,
safty features in the local made car like airbags, how to test if they works? Hehe... GOK if they pop up at the correct time of impact? But the QC is much better than the Proton. If airbag is in Proton, wander if they pop up when you over turn the sterring too much? Just like the power window, you put it down, can't get it up!!

Chen said...

Gasman,

I do agree that Perodua's QC is much better than Proton.. from my own experience as well as what i gathered from my friends & relatives.

Hahha.. I do heard from quite a number of people as well, proton cars' power window get stucked and sometimes have to "manually" pull it (with force, of course) to get it up :)