UPDATE: Perodua has launched a facelifted Perodua Myvi SE 2008 on the 10th of October 2008. Check out full details, photos and prices via the linked text.
Perodua’s new Perodua Myvi SE was launched last Friday, and has been available in showrooms for the past week now. A short recap on the specifications: new front and rear bumper, sideskirts, rear spoiler, new sports rims, blue outlined Optitron meter panel, chromed muffler tip, leather seats, and silver trim for center console.
The Perodua Myvi SE’s new bodykit is reminiscent of the Toyota TRD bodykit for the Passo and Boon, however Perodua has made some modifications to the rear bumper, making it more complex with a diffuser-like design instead of the TRD’s smooth design. I’m thinking that area would look good painted black or dark gray. Waiting list won’t be too long as Perodua has stocked up 1,000 of the new special edition Myvi SE cars prior to the launch. Perodua targets 1,200 units a month for the Perodua Myvi SE.
Three sporty colours are available – Ebony Black, Mistik Red and Ivory White. How much does it cost?
Perodua Myvi SE 1.3 GHS Manual (solid) – RM48,932
Perodua Myvi SE 1.3 GHS Manual (metallic) – RM49,455
Perodua Myvi SE 1.3 ZHS Auto (solid) – RM51,812
Perodua Myvi SE 1.3 ZHS Auto (metallic) – RM52,346
2007 Perodua Myvi SE in a carwash
More photos after the jump.