Modified Proton Wira at Bukit Jalil
WHY MALAYSIANS LIKE TO MODIFY THEIR CARS? SHARE YOUR OPINION HERE
Today, we want to discuss a new topic with you. Why Malaysians like to modify their cars? Let’s share with us and tell us the modification that you have done to your lovely car. It is also the same reason why people wear different clothes. But, for car modifications, you must know the consequences of modifications that you have done. First type of modification that most Malaysians will do is change their sports rim.
I’m sure that you will agree with me that Malaysia is different with the other countries. In Malaysia, car accessories shops are everywhere. So, it is easy for Malaysian to modify their car.
Modification also called as “customizing” . It individualizes the vehicle to reflect the owner’s taste, sense of proportion and design. Some people just like to be different than everybody else.
The body kit of this Toyota Vios look nice.
Below are some reasons that our readers share with us:-
1.They want to feel unique, or sometimes for economic of performance reasons
2.They want their car to have beautiful looks, but have no idea about the consequences.
3.They can’t afford to buy a new one, so they modify their current one.
4.They really a car enthusiast, crazy about car and also love car.
Proton Gen2 looks smart with simple body kit and paint.
Some modifications you can do on your own. Speakers, audio, TV, rims, tint, paint, all this can be done at your own house and also by a logical person. One must just know the limits of what they can do.
Other modifications such as body kits, exhausts, wheels, head lamps, tail lights, suspension, engine tuning parts, and so on are legal as long as the car is still roadworthy.
Exhaust which is too loud or windows that are tinted too darkly should be avoided. Obviously the insurance companies would need to be informed but will rarely refuse to cover such modifications.
Modification Rank in Malaysia.
Let’s share with us why Malaysians like to modify their car and the modification that you have done to your car.
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