Maggie Wong of Ford Hong Kong tells us the marque's 2.3-litre Galaxy seven-seater is selling for a $40,000 discount at $199,800 and will be displayed with the rest of the Blue Oval range at Metropolis, next to the Hunghom railway station between 10am and 8pm today and tomorrow. 'The European-made Galaxy is well-equipped with a unique integrated adult/child safety seat, four airbags, 16-inch alloy wheels and remote-control central double locking with key operated windows,' she tells Foot Down. Mazda Hong Kong launches its new people-mover, the MPV (below), at New Town Plaza, Sha Tin, this weekend. The $248,900 MPV 'is powered by a 2.3-litre MZR engine with a maximum power of 156PS', says the distributor's spokeswoman, Yvonne Kwok. 'The look is very sporty with a newly designed front fog lamp, front grille and sport kit ... and one of the very important features is the dual electronic sliding door with remote control' on the left and right sides. An old motorcycle and side car (below) costing $48,000 drew us to the revival of Hongkongbikes.com (tel: 2641 8098) at Marina Cove's car and boat show this month. 'It's a Chinese copy of a Russian copy of the original BMW. It's old technology, basically reliable, but ... a bike for the enthusiast,' says the Sai Kung dealership's managing director, Paul Gross. He says Hong Kong Bikes is 'back on the map' after the recent death of managing partner Hamish Hughson and admitted the past few weeks have been 'difficult' for the dealership. 'As of today, we are up and running,' Gross says. 'The bike website and stocklist of three pages is bang up to date and we are selling bikes and a full workshop order book.'