The top-spec Perodua Myvi Advance received a new two-tone option earlier today, and now we bring you a full live gallery of the jazzed-up version of the popular B-segment hatch. It retails at a promotional price of RM55,118 – RM800 more expensive than the discounted regular Advance – until June 5.
Changes are limited to a new Ebony Black top for a canopy-like look, to go with the Electric Blue paint – the sole hue available for the new colour scheme. The gloss black finish covers the roof, cant rails, A-, B- and C-pillars, door mirror covers and rear number plate garnish. Also thrown in are smoked door visors, an option on the standard Advance.
The whole thing does give off a look that’s rather reminiscent of the new 2016 Toyota Passo Moda, which is available in a similar colour scheme – a hint of what’s to come for the next-generation Myvi, then?
You can also see in these photos the new machined finish for the turbine-style 14-inch wheels, which was introduced on the SE and Advance models a few months after the facelifted Myvi’s launch early last year.
There are no other changes, so the Advance retains the same amount of kit, including leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearknob, PVC coil mats, a touchscreen navigation system, a reverse camera, dual airbags and ABS with EBD and brake assist. The existing 102 hp/136 Nm 1.5 litre 3SZ-VE DVVT four-cylinder engine has also been retained. So, what do you think of the new two-tone look?