Finally our car document will be sent to custom department for clearance before sending to PUSPAKOM for inspection.
All of us are excited with the first Citroen at home. :-)
Hope you and your family will enjoy you new ride soon
I drove only a Puegeot/Citroen cars for many years (since 1991). Being previously driving the P504, P306 and now a Picasso. Back then and even now people always asked me whether I experienced constant overheating problems and/or whether I inccured high maintenance costs. That was people general perception, Pug/Citroen never got to put an advetisement to counter that perception locally and and it had a profound affects its sales volume in Malaysia.
Glad to share with you that I had not experienced any of those issues, Why??. Well... to own one and still enjoy driving a French cars in Malaysia, you need to be somewhat technically and mechanically incline (i.e somewhat knowledgable on car maintenance aspect), and goes only to the right independent specialist workshop. My current mechanic of 12 years can diagnosed a problem quickly and accurately (very experienced he's 50+ years old) and resolved most of my problems in one attempt, typically within a day. He's also very resourceful in term of finding alternative and cheaper spare parts (for example Pug/Cit ori fuel pump cost RM 800+ but he replaced mine with a Proton Wira 1.6 for RM 160, being in the car for 3 years now). The overheating issues is a simple fix, in y case mostly burned cooling fan electrical relay contact point which is easy and cheaply fixed under RM 16 the most. The thing that made maintenance expensive is that some inexperience mechanic resort to trial and error method, (i.e replacing fan motor, changing radiator and such) all under your own expenses.
No doubt Brockland is expensive, but you'll have to live with them atleast until the warranty expires. For my Picasso, I was lucky to buy it while its still under MBF.