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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
PEOPLE have this distorted view of things that comes with possession.
Somehow, automobiles have become one of the top five things that they measure success by.
Maybe it's because cars are easy to show off. This bothers me because I simply like cars for what they are, not because of who they can impress.
My good friend, Richard, loves luxury off roaders. He is one of those people who love material things. That's sad, but true nonetheless. But well, he has worked hard enough to allow himself this luxury.
He really wants to own a Toyota Harrier RX300. He currently drives a Nissan Terrano but it has overstayed its welcome. It's time for a change and Richard wanted my two sens worth.
In Malaysia, the car comes as a grey import and almost all the dealers would have rebadged them as a Lexus to command a higher price.
Now, don't get me wrong, I think the Toyota RX300 is a fine …