Though working in a field completely unrelated to the automotive industry, kenso has always had an interest in dabbling into the automotive industry, particularly business related aspects such as sales, marketing, strategic planning, blah blah blah. You can probably find better sources of technical specifications elsewhere if you dig long enough in the internet as this blog talks about the real life ramifications of who, what, where, when and why of the automotive world and focuses on relevant information to potential buyers. Do like the facebook page “http://www.facebook.com/Kensomuse” to receive updates on new articles or drop by every once in a while and share your rant here. You’re always welcome.

6 Comments

  1. khair
    December 17, 2012 at 12:35 am — Reply

    Hi Bro,

    Again i try to disturb you with the question about coating. I already got the answer from you about Sierra Glow. Thanks for that explanation. My question is do you have any experience with Opti-coat/ Opti Guard brand for coating? Is it really good because their price quite high if compare with Sierra Glow and Permanon?
    Really hope Bro can give me some enlightenment regarding this coating service. FYI, I doesn’t receive yet my new car.

    Regards
    Khair

    • December 17, 2012 at 6:46 am — Reply

      Bro, it would be more appropriate if you had posted this query in the detailing section. To answer your question, no I have not experienced those brands you mentioned but do know one thing about coatings; expensive does not mean quality. Ultimately, it still depends on how often you wash your car and how quickly you remove contaminants on it.IMHO, I won’t bother paying more than RM1k for any coating.

      • khair
        December 18, 2012 at 10:39 pm — Reply

        Sorry sorry Bro posted at the wrong section :). Thanks again Bro for the great tips… appreciate it.

  2. Don
    July 31, 2014 at 11:10 am — Reply

    Hello Kenso
    Firstly, I would like to congratulate you on a well-designed, well-written and informative site.
    However, the gray font and white background hurts my poor eyes…is it possible to include a web feature where the colours could be “flipped”. Black background with light fonts would be better for people with sensitive eyes such as me.

    Keep up the good work.

    • July 31, 2014 at 5:09 pm — Reply

      Hey, thanks for the comment and feedback. In the midst of searching for a new theme to migrate the site to. Hope to get it sorted out in the near future. Meanwhile, my sincere apologies for the sensitive eyes …. dark glasses might help … makes you look really cool too :)

  3. Don/Alphawolf
    August 8, 2014 at 2:19 pm — Reply

    Hello Kenso,
    You might want to do a feature on the Great Wall Motor Haval M4..
    I am not a sales-person for GWM BTW, but the car is attracting quite a lot of interest by virtue of it’s price and design.
    I went for a test drive (of the manual version..there’s no auto version available) just before lunch today at their showroom in Shah Alam. I really liked the design of the car (yeah, I know they copied it from some Japan-only Toyota), and since it is small, the back is cramped for the likes of me (I have a big ass). Quality-wise is acceptable…but a few minor plastic panels are not fitted properly and also the doors and tailgate are light..so doesn’t exactly feel or sound like a “tough” car. The engine’s noisy too…but the ride is good. During test-drive, I purposely drove into potholes etc and there’s no plastic rattles…yet.
    I came away quite attracted to the car…I can’t expect too much since it is Made-in-China and also the “low” price. IMHO, it would be a decent 2nd car…
    Since there’s no reviews of the car on Malaysian roads yet on the net, you might want to go for a test drive and do your comprehensive report on the car :)
    Sorry for the long post. Ciao

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