Perodua Aruz now with RM2,500 rebate, two-year free servicing when purchased on trade-in; until June 30

Perodua Aruz now with RM2,500 rebate, two-year free servicing when purchased on trade-in; until June 30

Perodua is offering a trade-in deal on the Aruz this month, where customers who purchase the seven-seater SUV on trade-in will enjoy a RM2,500 cash rebate from the model’s original price.

In addition to the trade-in offer, Perodua is also offering customers two years of vehicle servicing, free of charge when purchasing the Aruz. The promotion is ongoing this month, until June 30, 2024. Regular pricing for the Perodua Aruz continues to be at RM72,900 for the 1.5 X variant, and at RM77,900 for the 1.5 AV; both prices are on-the-road without insurance.

Updated in 2021, the Aruz was launched in 2019 and marked the national brand’s return to the SUV segment, after the Nautica and Kembara.

Key componentry for the Aruz remains as it has been from debut, namely with a 2NR-VE 1.5 litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine producing 101 hp and 131 Nm, driving the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission.

Both variants are outfitted with 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, LED taillights, keyless entry and engine start, a built-in toll reader, manual air-conditioning with digital controls and rear vents, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, six speaker-audio, six airbags, ABS, EBD, brake assist, VSC, traction control, hill start assist, a reverse camera as well as solar and security window film.

Stepping up to the AV brings automatic LED headlamps, roof rails, SmartLink smartphone mirroring, leather upholstery (the X gets fabric), a driving video recorder (dashcam) and Advance Safety Assist 2.0 (ASA 2.0) systems, which consist of Pre-collision Warning, Pre-collision Braking, Front Departure Alert and Pedal Misoperation Control.

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  • Ur moms car on Jun 05, 2024 at 11:19 pm

    Just discontinue dis dinasour or send all these to indo since they love this type of car
    I rather buy used ones since 1-2 year old examples only cost 20k less cause poor resale value

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  • Gengsama on Jun 06, 2024 at 9:25 am

    Aruz vs Xpander vs Jimny
    6 airbags vs 2 airbags vs ? airbags?
    4AT vs 4AT vs 4AT
    Unibody chasis strengthened with Ladder Structed Platform vs Pure Unibody vs nibody chasis strengthened with Ladder Structed Platform
    RWD vs FWD vs 4WD Manual
    1.5L vs 1.5L vs 1.5L
    215R17 vs 205R16 vs 195R15

    compared to Van, Van dont have Unibody chasis.
    compared to SUV, SUV dont have ladder frame strengthened.
    compared to modern jip, 2 are jips grade at different spec. imagined Suzuki Jimny 1.5L 5 doors RWD.

    all good cars need modi to be even more fun.
    dont stay stock for the robust it’s having

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    • WeeWee on Jun 07, 2024 at 10:04 am

      The biggest problem is this car suffers from the competition of its stablemate, the Alza.
      It needs a deeper cut in price of at least RM5k to make this attractive.
      Personally I quite like this car because of its proven powertrain. One big short coming compare to Alza is passenger comfort is greatly compromised because of the high floor.

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  • Lala Land on Jun 06, 2024 at 5:53 pm

    Hmm fishy…seems like a new model will be coming out that will cause the Aruz to be discontinued ???

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  • Austin on Jun 09, 2024 at 9:32 am

    Perodua is doing this is because the Aruz is not selling very well. Even the Yugoxia GV(Axia +Yugo GV) isn’t selling well. That’s why now they’re trying to give all these promotions to customers who want to buy their cars. because they just want to get rid of the old stock of cars
    and bring in the new stock of cars. If Perodua don’t do this kind of promotion, no one is going to buy a Perodua, because Perodua’s cars are starting to look bland and dull. And after the Toyota and Daihatsu scandal , where they cheated on their crash tests results, I’m not sure people still want to buy a Perodua anyone who reads this hope u understand

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  • Sam choi on Jun 09, 2024 at 10:45 am

    Now they’re trying to do all these promotions because the Aruz and the Yugoxia GV (Axia) are not selling well, and they just want to get rid of their old stock of cars. And recently, Toyota, Daihatsu, Honda and Mazda just got caught cheating on their car crash safety tests… again.

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