Runners and Brokers, and The Dependable Mk6 VW Golf GTI
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In the news this week, we talk about the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed, 20 million all-wheel drive Subarus, a rear-wheel driven, 6-cylinder Mazda, and the exciting, all-new Hyundai Elantra N.
In Part 2, in light of news of a major car accident involving a Nissan Skyline GT-T and a runner/broker, we discuss their role in getting your car registered and ask: Should Malaysia continue to allow the use of brokers/runners/middle-men to help you register your car? Is this a service to the Malaysian public or an inconvenience and expense we can all do without? Drop us an email, a tweet, or a message on our Instagram and let us know what you think!
Finally, in Part 3, Daniel, a long-time owner of various VW Golf GTIs, speaks in full-detail about the Mk6 VW Golf GTI and why it's a car you shouldn't think twice about.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose
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Categories: Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: Goodwood Festival of Speed, Subaru, 4WD, Mazda, SUVs, Hyundai, Sports Cars, Brokers, Runners, Nissan, JPJ, Insurance, Car Ownership, Used Cars, Volkswagen, Golf GTI, Hatchback, Hot Hatch,