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Perodua introduces facelifted Myvi – The Star


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Perodua has been introducing it’s Myvi to Malaysian and the price quite affordable for those who has income more than RM1K. Read the news below for more info. Anyway what i’m focusing here is not about the car. I was actually waiting for perodua to introduce new car using electricity. If they were to introduce Electric Myvi, it should be more enviroment friendly

Further more the price will be cheaper in term of energy that we are going to use. If Malaysia are too far behind in this electricity car technology, then when other countries started to produce electric car, Malaysia would face a big loss in this industry. Don’t you think that you are more interested in a energy saving and environment friendly car? If so, actually the others are also think the same.

Perodua introduces facelifted Myvi
Posted by: Anthony Lim

Perodua today introduced its facelifted Myvi, and the freshened up hatchback features a decent number of revisions and refinements, all of which should help to keep the quarter-million volume seller a winner.

New face - it's a meatier front.
New face - it's a meatier front.

Exterior-wise, the car gets a minor style reworking – at the front, there’s a new, beefier looking nose section courtesy of a new hood, with corresponding grille, logo and front bumper in tow.

At the rear, there’s a new, wider bumper and the styling of the two reflectors on it have been revised. Also, the rear lamp assembly now features the use of LEDs. The car also features the use of new glass, which offer improved ultraviolet rejection, with up to 91% reduction.

Inside, while the cabin layout remains pretty much unchanged, the updated vehicle features a new interior colour as well as new seat fabric upholstery, and a new colour Optitron instrument cluster, which features three instrument meters as opposed to the two on the previous version.

Can you spell Optitron?
Can you spell Optitron?

Oh, and there’s a new entertaiment system to boot – this one is M3/WMA-capable, has a USB port and offers Bluetooth connectability.

What else? Well, on the Premium version, you get a shopping hook on the backrest of the front passenger seat, perfect for carrying takeaways, as well as a seat height adjuster.

The choice of 1.3l and 1.0l twin-cam DVVT powertrains and auto/manual drivetrains continue as before, but two new body colours have been added, these being Medallion Grey and Caribbean Blue, and join Glittering Silver, Klasik Gold, Ebony Black, Pearl White, Mistik Red and Ivory White in the entire 1.3L variant lineup (the 1.0SR model has all but the special metallic Pearl White as a colour choice).

And what the rear looks like.
And what the rear looks like.

Prices for the five variant lineup (on the road, with insurance and road tax, in Peninsular Malaysia) are:

1.0 SR (five-speed manual only) – RM38,924 (solid), RM39,447 (metallic)

1.3 SX (five-speed manual) – RM43,400 (solid), RM43,900 (metallic)

1.3 EZ (four-speed auto) – RM46,400 (solid), RM46,900 (metallic)

1.3 SXi (five-speed manual) – RM46,200 (solid), RM46,700 (metallic)

1.3 EZi (four-speed auto) – RM49,200 (solid), RM49,700 (metallic)

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