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Even after two whole weeks after the curtain came down on the 2017 Malaysia Autoshow, it still brought smiles to these six lucky visitors: Syed bin Ahmad, 30, Jason Tan, 47, Cher Hang Boon, 42, Mohd Helmi bin Bakar, 28, Muhammad Nur Aizat bin Abdul Samad, 29, and Mohd Al Khafiz Zainal, 36, all of whom had bought tickets to the four-day autoshow and also took part in the Win-A-Car contest.

All six are destined to be winners even if only one of them will actually win THE RM89, 888 Peugeot 208 PureTech grand prize. Second prize is a Demak EX 90 motorcycle worth RM2, 800 whereas the other four will each be presented with RM1,000 worth of fuel vouchers from BHP. The challenge is to answer as many questions on the Malaysia Autoshow 2017 in 60 seconds. The challenge also serves as the finale to the Malaysia Autoshow 2017 before the year draws to a close.

(L) Dato’ Madani Sahari, Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) and (R) Dato’ Samson Anand George, Naza Automotive Group Chief Executive Officer with Syed Ahmad Azrooe who just won the Peugeot 208 PureTech sponsored by Nasim Sdn Bhd for Malaysia Autoshow 2017

From the final challenge, Syed Ahmad Azroee bin Syed Abdullah was announced as the big winner and won the Peugeot 208 PureTech worth RM89,888! Nevertheless, the other five lucky visitors did not go home empty handed as the second winner, Cher Hang Boon won the Demak EX 90 motorcycle worth RM2,800 and four consolation winners won BHP fuel vouchers worth RM1,000 each.

With almost 255, 000 visitors in total to the autoshow held at the large indoor and outdoor sites of the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park, Serdang (MAEPS), the 2017 Malaysia Autoshow (organized by the Malaysia Automotive Institute or MAI) was deemed a success as it witnessed a number of key previews and launches of new models by a number of car marquees among them Honda Malaysia which unveiled the FK8R, the fastest front-wheel drive production car in the world, Toyota launched the facelifted Harrier, KIA debuted its Stinger, while Perodua gave a sneak peak of its all-new Myvi.

Cher Hang Boon emerged runner-up in the Malaysia Autoshow 2017 contest to take home a Demak EX 90 motorcycle sponsored by Medan Quantum Sdn Bhd

Providing a platform for more to explore was the Kuala Lumpur International Automotive Symposium (KLIAS 2017) also took place at the Malaysia Autoshow 2017 and saw numerous experts share automotive insights on the latest updates on the automotive industry.

Datuk Madani Sahari, Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Automotive Insitute (MAI), announced that Malaysia Autoshow is slated to be held again next year, from 12 April to 15 April 2018 with many more exciting activities for visitors.