2020 Renault Koleos facelift open for booking, priced from RM180k

Home » Cars » 2020 Renault Koleos facelift open for booking, priced from RM180k – flagship SUV to debut at PACE 2019! TC Euro Cars (TCEC) recently revealed (or teased, rather) that the Renault Koleos facelift will be making its official entry into the Malaysian market soon, and it’s currently taking orders for the flagship D-segment SUV. Two variants of the Koleos will be available, that is the standard Koleos at RM179,888 and the Koleos Signature, which is priced at RM189,888. Included in the price is a five-year full manufacturer’s warranty with unlimited mileage, as well as five-years or 100,000 km (whichever comes first) free maintenance. Those who make their bookings in November will enjoy up to RM15,000 when trading in your existing vehicle – the value is added on top of what’s offered after the vehicle assessment process. If you don’t wish to be tied down to conventional loans, then you’d be glad to know that the Koleos can be had for RM2,299 a month through Renault Subscription. It works like your typical Netflix subscription plan – just use it for as long as you want! More details in the table below. The SUV is powered by the same 2.5 litre naturally-aspirated four-cyli...

The star turn of most hackspaces and other community workshops is usually a laser cutter. An

The star turn of most hackspaces and other community workshops is usually a laser cutter. An expensive and fiddly device that it makes much more sense to own collectively than to buy yourself. This isn’t to say that laser cutters are outside the budget of the experimenter though, we’re all familiar with the inexpensive table-top machines from China. Blue and white boxes that can be yours for a few hundred dollars, and hold the promise of a real laser cutter on your table. Owning one of these machines is not always smooth sailing though, because their construction and choice of components are often highly variable. A thorough check and often a session of fixing the non-functional parts is a must before first power-on. [Extreme Electronics] bought one, and in a series of posts documented the process from unboxing to cutting. Starting with a full description of the machine and what to watch for out of the box, then a look at the software. A plugin for Corel Draw was supplied, along with a dubious copy of Corel Draw itself. Finally we see the machine in operation, and the process of finding the proper height for beam focus by cutting an inclined plane of acrylic. The series rounds o...