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Waiting for the All-New Isuzu D-Max 2012

UPDATE: New Isuzu D-Max 2013


After the introduction of new Ford Ranger, Mitsubishi Triton VGT and new Chevrolet Colorado, we are now waiting for the reborn of All-New 2012 Isuzu D-Max offering. The new D-Max is expected to be available in the 3rd quarter 2012 in Malaysia. 


Isuzu D-Max at Borneo Safari 2011


Isuzu D-Max taking a Novice Challenge during KFWDC Jamboree at Ulu Membakut

Chevrolet Colorado Roadshow - Borneo Expedition 2012

Borneo Expedition by Chevrolet Colorado and Naza started their roadshow at Kota Kinabalu on 23rd-24th  June 2012. The event was held at the open space near Alam Mesra, 1Borneo Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia. Mitsubishi Motors had their roadshow at the same place here. Although that the Colorado is not new but the new appearance in Malaysia market is like testing the same product that may be different taste. While Toyota, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Ford and Nissan already matured in the double-cab segment in Sabah, can the Colorado survive or will just like few short-lived double cab brands? Time will tell. 
I managed to test drive the Colorado and again I must stressed that I'm not the double-cab review man or know how to value the car for everyday use. Leave that to the car reviewer. Although that the feel of driving the car is actually similar to other double cab brands, one thing that quite interesting during my off road test drive is I don't have to press the acceleration pedal and j…

Eksplorasi Bukit Botak Sepanggar

Saya sebenarnya sudah beberapa kali mendaki bukit yang terletak berdekatan dengan UITM dan Pelabuhan Sabah, Sepanggar Kota Kinabalu. Kali ini saya dan rakan fotografi mendaki bukit ini untuk tujuan 'sunset photography'. Lokasi ini mempunyai banyak jalan masuk dan sangat berpotensi untuk dimajukan sebagai kawasan riadah dan 'sightseeing-point' kerana pemandangannya yang luas dan cantik.   
Bukit Botak Sepanggar dilihat dari Bukit Kokol - kelihatan Taman Indah Permai di hadapan bukit tersebut.


Bukit Botak Sepanggar (kanan) dilihat dari Bukit Padang