So you’ve seen the new Perodua Bezza in full – both through our comprehensive launch report and via our exclusive live stream – last night, complete with specifications, equipment and pricing. You can go to any Perodua showroom now to check it out, but if you’re too lazy or busy, or are waiting to do so later, you can also join us as we take a closer look at the national carmaker’s first ever sedan in our walk-around video.

Prices start at RM37,300 for the 1.0 Standard G variant, rising up to RM42,800 for the 1.3 Premium X and RM50,800 for this top-of-the-range 1.3 Advance. Automatic models are RM2,000 more expensive variant-to-variant, and the Advance is only available with an automatic transmission.

The Bezza is uncharted territory for Perodua – not only is it its first sedan, it’s also the first car to be designed in-house. It’s based on the Axia (and by extension the Daihatsu Ayla and Toyota Agya), but the whole upper body is unique to this car, and as such, has a design that suits the needs of Malaysian buyers (lots of leg- and shoulder room, big 508 litre boot).

Also new are the engines – the 67 hp/91 Nm 1KR-VE 1.0 litre three-cylinder engine on the base Standard G is based on the one on the Axia, but adds VVT-i. The 94 hp/121 Nm 1NR-VE 1.3 litre four-cylinder engine is all-new and incorporates Dual VVT-i. Transmission choices include a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic, and all models are capable of over 20 km per litre.

Plenty of kit available too, such as keyless entry, push-button start, a handphone slot with a USB charging port, Mirror Link smartphone screen mirroring on the touchscreen infotainment system, an automatic engine start/stop system, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and hill start assist – all firsts for a Perodua.

As usual, you can browse for full specifications, equipment and options on offer. But enough writing – watch the video above to learn everything you need to know about the Perodua Bezza sedan, and sound off in the comments section after the jump. Thanks for watching!

GALLERY: Perodua Bezza 1.3 Advance