Expat Car Leasing * Expat Car Rental * Buying A Car In Singapore

Here at M9, we are your one-stop shop for everything automobile related. With 3 showrooms and a fleet of over 100 cars to choose from to lease, rent or buy, we are the largest and most established expat car centre in Singapore.

Many guests of Singapore never want to deal with the hassle of owning a car here, and love the fact that we provide them the one-stop convenience to either lease, rent or buy a car. Never again do you have to be unsure of the regulations and procedures, while still being able to comfortably drive through the country – truly the best of both worlds. And never again do you have to worry about the laws in a country that is foreign to you. We will take care of all the paperwork – everything from the basic documents, to working out payment plans. Car leasing, rental or purchase for expatriates has never been so convenient and easy.

We offer a full range of new and used cars, both Continental and Japanese. For your convenience, we gladly provide door step viewing of your choice car, as well as a car sourcing service if your perfect car is not currently on hand. We will search for your dream car that matches your expectations to ensure that you’re 100% satisfied with both your purchase and experience from M9 – as usual we will guide you through all the documentations to make the process quick and efficient.

Allow our professional team of dedicated sales consultants to answer all your questions and provide you with decades of knowledge all in one place. You can be assured that you are dealing with an established automobile expert who cares for you and able to serve you well. Call, email or visit us today for your car leasing, car rental or purchase needs.

M9, the true “Expat Car Center of Singapore.”


Latest News

Expect COE supply to increase by 25% or more

The COE boom for cars is expected to continue this year, although the percentage increase is unlikely to be as strong as last year’s, some motor distributors say. Dealers are forecasting a total increase of 25 to 50 percent in 2016 for COE Categories A, B and E, reported The Business Times.
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Large car prices not expected to fall by much

While COE prices for big cars took a huge tumble at the close of yesterday’s tender, auto dealers said it will not be feasible to slash showroom prices by the same quantum. This is because they expect premiums to rebound in the month’s second bidding, and they want to deliver on their buyers’ orders, reported The Straits Times.
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