We’ve seen the face (and rear end) belonging to the SE- and Advance-spec Perodua Axia; now it’s time for the face belonging to the Standard E and G – these two being the most affordable variants, including the base RM24,900 model. As you can see, there’s quite a big difference between the Axia’s two “faces”.
Seen in full view here are the standard E and G model’s shapely front bumper – sans fog lamps – and reflector headlamps. In place of the gaping trapezoidal grille on the more expensive SE and Advance variants, there are two separate openings, with a wide horizontal element housing the number plate holder. There’s also no chrome “wing” across the upper grille.
For full information on the soon-to-be-released A-segment hatchback – specs, equipment and tentative prices included – refer to our comprehensive Perodua Axia infohub.