2015 Perodua Myvi Facelift Archive

  • Perodua Myvi celebrates 10th anniversary – limited edition Commemorative Myvi revealed, 10 units only

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    If you missed our Perodua news blitz on Thursday, the Myvi is celebrating its 10th anniversary this weekend at the Myvi Nation, The Biggest Myvi Gathering event at Setia Alam. P2 has plenty to celebrate – the Myvi has been Malaysia’s best selling model for nine years running, and the hatchback’s presence has propelled Perodua to the top of the sales charts.

    P2 has shifted 850,000 units of the Myvi as of end-April 2015, and is counting on momentum of demand and promotions to get past the major milestone of one million units by the end of 2017.

    To celebrate a successful 10 years in the market, the Rawang-based carmaker has unveiled a 10th Anniversary Commemorative Edition Myvi. As previously revealed, 11 units of the limited edition model will be produced – one will be the grand prize for the gathering, while 10 units will be available for sale at RM62,227 on-the-road with insurance (RM64,366 in East Malaysia).

    The 10th Anniversary Commemorative Edition Myvi certainly looks unique enough, with add-ons to both the exterior and cabin. Goodies include the full GearUp bodykit (revealed at the same event today), carbon fibre sticker on the hood and roof, side graphics, a red stripe on the side moulding, front and rear bumper, black side mirrors and back door garnish, door visors and a square Myvi 10th Anniversary logo on the hatch.

    Inside, you get leather Seats with a “red streak design”, red leather-wrapped steering wheel, red piping on door trim, dashboard and carpet mats and a “Myvi 10th Anniversary Multimedia System” with reverse camera. Solid white/1.5L auto is the only combo available.

    Those interested to purchase one can register your interest at www.perodua.com.my from today till June 30.



     
     
  • Perodua Myvi GearUp accessories – details and prices

    The line of GearUp accessories for the Perodua Myvi have been unveiled in full at the ongoing 10nniversary celebrations in Setia Alam this weekend. Like those already available on the Axia, two different sets of add-ons are offered: an Elegant GearUp Bodykit for the Myvi Standard, and a Sporty GearUp Bodykit for the Myvi SE and Advance.

    On the outside, each set consists of a front bumper kit, side skirtings and a rear bumper kit. There an additional front grille garnish available for the Myvi Standard too. Still no options for sportier alloy wheels or rear wings, unfortunately.

    As for prices, the Elegant GearUp Bodykit for the Myvi Standard goes for RM2,485.70, while the Sporty GearUp Bodykit for the Myvi SE and Advance costs RM2,045.80.

    Inside, the Myvi Standard can now be dressed up with leatherette seat covers with interweave design and special door trimmings with orange contrast stitching. The Myvi SE, meanwhile, can be had with leatherette seat covers with “red streaks” and door trims with matching red double stitching. These are priced at RM1,121.50.

    Like before, the exterior and interior accessories can be had as combo packages, each with a 10% discount compared to specifying them individually. For the Myvi Standard, the package costs RM3,262.70, while the Myvi SE pack goes for RM2,867.30.

    On top of all these, also available are sound insulator for the bonnet (priced at RM72.10) and doors (RM504.35), a floor and luggage compartment lighting pack (RM256.50) and a set of anti-theft door brackets (RM175.75). The showroom-floor usual accessories such as door visors (RM178.95), luggage net (RM54.05) and Iridium spark plugs (RM186.55) are on sale too.


    Perodua Myvi GearUp accessories catalogue

     
     
  • VIDEO: 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift walk-around tour

    We can show you hundreds of photos and drown you in a sea of information, and it still won’t be as good as watching everything move and come to life before your very eyes, right?

    Well, short of physically visiting the showroom and feeling up the car for yourself, we take you on an inside-and-out tour of the 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift in our latest walk-around video.

    With us in the studio is the top-spec 1.5 Advance with its huge, gaping mouth and snazzy projector headlamps underscored by LED light guides, but we also talk about the other variants, telling you what’s changed, what hasn’t and if it’s all worth it. Just grab a coffee and hit Play.

    If this hasn’t quenched your thirst for knowledge, see our garang face versus tame face gallery, Iriz versus Myvi gallery, spec-by-spec run-down and comprehensive launch report. You can also pore over all the specs and compare the Myvi to its rivals on CarBase.my.

    2015 Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance

     
     
  • 2015 Perodua Myvi – 1.5 Advance vs 1.3 Premium X

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    It may seem like a lot to take in – providing you a non-stop coverage of the 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift. However, we can’t stress enough how important (not necessarily the best) this car is, being the nation’s top-seller for close to a decade since it first hit the roads in 2005. Major changes include a rebranding of its range, bringing it in line with the nomenclature adopted on the Perodua Axia.

    Additions standard on all models include the addition of a two-motion remote control, a multi-info display with service info, a tissue holder at the back of the front passenger seat, an anti-theft hook for bags, a retractable cup holder under the driver’s right air-con vent and a multi-purpose compartment located beneath it.

    Mechanically, it’s the same story except for the addition of a new 4 E-AT automatic transmission, touted to aid in improving fuel efficiency. The 1.3 Premium X is priced at RM47,500 while the 1.5 Advance goes for RM58,500, both OTR with insurance. Metallic paint adds on RM400.

    To save you the trouble of having to compare the two cars on two separate tabs (ugh, such effort), we have assembled a comparison gallery of two of the range-toppers from both engine variants, the 1.3 Premium X and 1.5 Advance. The most glaring difference comes at the front with the 1.3 Premium X adopting a more conservative grille design as opposed to the gaping, mesh-honeycomb hybrid design on the 1.5 Advance.

    The headlights on the 1.5 Advance are projector units with LED guide lights while the 1.3 Premium X makes do with reflectors – the pre-facelift variants had projectors as standard across the range. Moving on to the side, it should be noted that both models have 14-inch alloy wheels with different designs – the 1.3 has an eight-spoke design, the 1.5 with spiral-themed wheels.

    A closer look also reveal that both engine variants are equipped with different tyres. The 1.3 Premium X gets Silverstone Powerblitz tyres – measuring 175/65 on all models. On the 1.5 Advance, Goodyear tyres are featured – the thread pattern resemble those on the Goodyear Duraplus but isn’t labelled as such.

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    Smaller contrasting side details include side skirts with a chrome strip running across the ‘side blades’ on the 1.5 Advance while the 1.3 Premium X (lacking the skirts) has them fully painted to match the body colour. At the rear, a different spoiler design separates the two models with the 1.3 Premium X receiving a rounded spoiler compared to the more aggressive, contoured one found on the 1.5 Advance.

    Clear LED rear lamp assemblies, a different diffuser and a chrome exhaust pipe are further additions that distinguish the 1.5 Advance model over the 1.3 Premium X. On the inside, the smaller-engined model gets basic fabric seats while the 1.5 comes equipped with semi-bucket seats trimmed in leather.

    There is a possibility to go on and on about the difference but that’s missing the point of this gallery. For now, close that spreadsheet (when your boss isn’t looking), make yourself a hot drink and see for yourself all there is to decipher between these two.

    2015 Perodua Myvi 1.3 Premium X

    2015 Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance

     
     
  • GALLERY: 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift vs Proton Iriz

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    Here we go again – Electric Blue meets Atlantic Blue as the stalwart Perodua Myvi comes back from the facelift works to continue keeping Proton’s baby challenger, the Iriz, at bay.

    We’ve of course extensively covered the differences between them before, and many aspects of the Myvi – including dimensions and mechanicals – maintain status quo, so we’ll concentrate on what’s changed and see if the tables have turned.

    Inclusive of engine and gearbox options, the 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift offers six variants, priced between RM41,500 and RM58,500, OTR with insurance, while metallic paint is an extra RM400.

    That’s between one and four percent cheaper than before, comfortably undercutting the eight Proton Iriz variants that cost between RM42,438 and RM62,438, with metallic paint a RM450 extra.

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    Both give you a five-year/150,000 km warranty – Perodua discontinued its free service programme upon upping its warranty period from three to five years, for all of its products.

    Subtract gearbox options from the picture and you’ll find a Myvi variant for every Iriz variant – two 1.3 versions and two bigger-engined versions (Myvi 1.5 versus Iriz 1.6). That’s because every Iriz variant can be had with either a manual or CVT, whereas the Myvi 1.3 Premium X and 1.5 Advance are auto-only variants.

    You can be the judge in terms of looks, but few can deny the Myvi’s increased presence brought about by the massive grille that comes as standard on the SE and Advance.

    Of course, the Perodua’s new LED light guides (SE and Advance only) pale in comparison to the Proton’s LED DRLs, and lest we forget, projector headlamps are no longer standard across the Myvi range; on the Iriz, they are, along with aeroblade wipers and auto headlamps, which the Myvi doesn’t have and never had.

    However, all Myvi variants except for the base Standard G now get front corner parking sensors (which no Iriz variant offers), and the Myvi Advance gets a reverse camera to match the Iriz Executive and Premium.

    Improving the Myvi’s already excellent practicality is a tissue holder behind the front passenger seat, an anti-snatch hook, a retractable cupholder and a flip-down storage compartment on the driver’s side panel. The Iriz claws back convenience points – all variants except the base 1.3 Standard have three USB ports (two for charging), and the top 1.6 Premium boasts keyless entry and start.

    Finally, safety. Thanks to an enhanced vehicle structure, the Myvi is now a four-star ASEAN NCAP car, although with two airbags and no stability control regardless of variant (Standard G doesn’t even have ABS!), it loses out significantly here. The Iriz, a five-star ASEAN NCAP car, has stability control and hill hold assist as standard, and the 1.6 Premium gets six airbags and belt-up reminders for all seats.

    For differences in exterior and interior dimensions, performance and boot space, check out our earlier Proton Iriz vs Perodua Myvi comparison gallery. So, Betul2Onz or A Malaysian Icon Made Better?

    2015 Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance

    2014 Proton Iriz 1.6 Premium

     
     
  • 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift – spec-by-spec comparison

    By now, you should know all there is to know about the latest iteration of Malaysia’s best-selling set of wheels for pretty much the last decade, but we’re feeding you with more info, and this isn’t even the last of it – not by a long mile. You know us better than that.

    First, the prices, OTR with insurance – the 1.3 Standard G kicks off the new Myvi range at RM41,500 (manual) and RM44,500 (auto). Next up, the 1.3 Premium X at RM47,500 (auto). Moving up to the 1.5 litre engine, the SE goes for RM50,500 (manual) and RM53,500 (auto), while the range-topping Advance retails at RM58,500 (auto). Metallic paint is an extra RM400 on every variant.

    Launched Thursday, the second-gen Perodua Myvi facelift packs an enhanced vehicle structure (contributing to a better four-star ASEAN NCAP rating), a locally-assembled E-AT gearbox, new faces, new alloys and a few interior updates.

    New kit includes a reverse camera (Advance only), LED guide lights (SE and Advance only), front corner parking sensors (all except Standard G), a two-motion remote control, a tissue holder behind the front passenger seat, an anti-snatch hook, a retractable cupholder and a flip-down storage compartment on the driver’s side panel. Projector headlamps are no longer standard; now only the SE and Advance have them.

    Check out the equipment run-down below to help you make your buying decisions, and pore over even more specs, or compare it to its rivals, on CarBase.my.

    Perodua Myvi 1.3 Standard G

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    • 1.3 litre K3-VE DVVT engine with 89 hp and 117 Nm
    • Reflector headlights
    • LED rear lights
    • “Aerodynamic design” bumpers
    • 14-inch eight-spoke alloy wheels
    • Beige fabric seats, height-adjustable driver seat
    • ISOFIX child seat mounts
    • Tilt-adjustable steering wheel
    • All-black centre console
    • Beige door cards
    • Unpainted interior door handles
    • Amber-illuminated instrument cluster
    • Multi-info display with service info
    • Radio CD player with four speakers
    • Anti-snatch hook
    • Built-in tissue compartment
    • Two-motion remote control
    • Reverse sensors
    • Space-saver spare tyre
    • Luggage tray

    Perodua Myvi 1.3 Premium X

    Adds on:

    • Front corner parking sensors
    • Radio CD player with MP3/WMA, USB and Bluetooth
    • Black and silver centre console
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls
    • Blacked-out B-pillars
    • Electrically-retractable side mirrors
    • Front foglights
    • Chrome door handles (interior and exterior)
    • Round rear spoiler
    • ABS, EBD and BA

    Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE

    Adds on:

    • 1.5 litre 3SZ-VE DVVT engine with 102 hp and 136 Nm
    • “Sporty design” bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser
    • Chrome exhaust pipe
    • Projector headlamps with LED guide lights
    • Clear LED taillamps
    • Contoured rear spoiler
    • 14-inch spiral-themed alloy wheels
    • Red-illuminated instrument cluster
    • Silver centre console
    • Fabric semi-bucket seats
    • Solar and security window film

    Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance

    Adds on:

    • Leather semi-bucket seats
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with red stitching
    • Leather-wrapped gear knob
    • Five-piece PVC coil mats
    • Touchscreen multimedia system with navigation and reverse camera

    GALLERY: 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift 1.5 Advance

     
     
  • Perodua Myvi facelift ASEAN NCAP results released

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    ASEAN NCAP has released the full results and crash test video for the 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift – the refreshed B-segment hatch now comes with a four-star safety rating, one star up on the pre-facelift.

    Central to the improved safety rating is an enhanced vehicle structure that better withstands frontal impacts in line with global standards, according to Perodua president and CEO Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh. The four-star safety rating applies to all six Myvi variants.

    Specifically, the new safety rating consists of an 11.55 point Adult Occupant Protection rating and a 71% Child Occupant Protection Rating.

    Four stars is actually the maximum the Myvi can get because it does not have electronic stability control, the safety net that ASEAN NCAP has made mandatory to get the maximum five-star rating.

    This is up from the pre-facelift car’s three-star rating, which consists of a 8.71 point Adult Occupant Protection Rating and 54% Child Occupant Protection Rating. In addition, the 2015 Myvi passed the UN R95 side impact crash test requirements as per JPJ rules.

     
     
  • 2015 Perodua Myvi – now with four-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating thanks to improved vehicle structure

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    Perodua is clearly proud of the facelifted Myvi’s four-star ASEAN NCAP rating, which is one star up from the pre-facelift’s three-stars. The awarded stars are featured prominently on the company’s website homepage and the new crash test result sits on top of the Myvi’s safety page.

    “We have enhanced the vehicle structure to better withstand frontal impacts in line with global standards,” said Perodua president and CEO Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh at the launch of the 2015 Perodua Myvi this morning. The four-star rating applies to all six variants of Malaysia’s best selling car.

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    Going deeper, the new four-star rating consists of an 11.55 point Adult Occupant Protection rating and a 71% Child Occupant Protection Rating. Four stars is actually the maximum that the Myvi can get because it does not come with electronic stability control, the safety net that ASEAN NCAP has made mandatory to get the maximum five-star rating.

    This is up from the pre-facelift car’s three-star rating, which consists of a 8.71 point Adult Occupant Protection Rating and 54% Child Occupant Protection Rating. In addition, the 2015 Myvi passed the UN R95 side impact crash test requirements as per JPJ rules.

    View our launch report for full specs, pricing and a live gallery of the refreshed Myvi.

     
     
  • Perodua gunning for record sales in 2015, 208k target

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    Powered by the strong selling Axia and facelifted Perodua Myvi that was launched today, Perodua is looking forward to a record breaking year. The market leader has set a sales target of 208,000 units for 2015, which is around 6% more than the 195,600 units the company managed last year. P2’s previous sales record was 196,100, achieved in 2013.

    “We are humbled by the response and support shown to us and we will continue to offer better value proposition in both our products and services to our customers. That being said, we remain cautiously optimistic to achieve our sales target of 208,000 units despite the challenging economic and market conditions,” said Perodua president and CEO Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh.

    At a media briefing today, Aminar said that demand for the Axia is still healthy with 66,400 units booked from August to December 2014. Of that number, 29,100 units have been delivered to customers.

    The Perodua Myvi facelift, which comes in two faces, is priced from RM41,500 to RM58,500

    The refreshed Myvi is expected to shift at a rate of 6,000 units per month. Perodua has sold over 800,000 units of the roomy five-door hatch since 2005, over two generations, making it the firm’s most popular nameplate ever.

    Moving forward, greater attention will be paid to the after sales business as Perodua sees better growth potential in that area in the mid to long term. The target for intakes (number of vehicles patronising service centres) is 1.97 million this year, from 1.92 million in 2014. Sales of parts and accessories are expected to go up by 6.2% to RM258.9 million this year.

    “We foresee the growth coming from the increase number of new Perodua vehicles on the road to be serviced as well as our efforts to further improve our after warranty customers coming back to our service centres. While the growth in our after sales business may not be that significant this year, better results are expected in the coming years as more after sales facilities and resources come on board,” he added.

     
     
  • 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift launched – more standard equipment, four-star ASEAN NCAP, RM42k-RM59k

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    The 2015 Perodua Myvi facelift has just been launched in Malaysia. The best-selling car in the nation – for nine years in a row – is now in its second-generation, having first been launched way back in 2005. First things first, the entire range has now been rebranded with four variants on offer.

    Things kick off with the 1.3 Standard G, followed by the 1.3 Premium X – both of which replace the Myvi 1.3 XT and 1.3 SE, respectively. Further up, the 1.5 SE remains while the 1.5 Advance takes over the 1.5 Extreme variant. The most glaring difference between both the 1.3 and 1.5 are the front grille design as well as an eight-spoke wheel motif on the 1.3 – the 1.5 gets spiral-themed wheels. All are 14-inch alloy wheels.

    Several new additions, standard across the range, include a two-motion remote control with a red and black button. Clicking the black button once unlocks the driver’s door while two clicks opens all four, the red button locks all doors with a single click while holding it down for three seconds triggers the alarm.

    Key interior changes on the inside now include a multi-info display with service info. The passenger airbag now has a cutout compared to the pre-facelift’s dash in which the airbag assembly was flush against the dash. Control knobs for the air-conditioning system now feature chrome highlights while the hazard light button has been moved from the left to the right.

    The colloquially-popular tapau hooks now come in pairs behind each front seat. A tissue holder embedded into the rear of the front passenger seat and the rather brilliant anti-theft hook from the Axia make an appearance here. Additionally, a retractable cup holder can be found under the driver’s right air-con vent with a multi-purpose compartment located directly beneath it.

    Another feather in Perodua’s cap comes courtesy of a four-star ASEAN NCAP rating, which improves on the pre-facelift’s three-star rating. “We have enhanced the vehicle structure to better withstand frontal impacts in line with global standards,” said Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh, president and CEO of Perodua.

    Tech specs remain the same with the 89 hp and 117 Nm K3-VE 1.3 litre and 102 hp and 136 Nm 3SZ-VE 1.5 litre four-cylinder engines continuing on. Transmission options comprise of a five-speed manual and a new four-speed 4 E-AT automatic. Fuel consumption on the 1.3 litre models are quoted as 18.1 km/l with the manual, 16.7 km/l with the auto. On the 1.5 litre models, the figures for the manual and automatic are 16.4 km/l and 15.4 km/l, respectively. The 1.3 Standard G and 1.5 SE can be ordered with either choices while the 1.3 Premium X and 1.5 Advance receive only the automatic option.

    Aesthetically, the 1.3 Standard G looks the part with body-coloured window frames and door handles. Further indication of its entry-level roots are evident with the absence of front fog lights and an uninterrupted rear end, devoid of a spoiler.

    Standard equipment include reflector headlights (projectors were standard on the pre-facelift models), fabric seats and a double DIN radio/CD player, which loses USB and Bluetooth connectivity previously available on the pre-facelift 1.3 XT. Don’t be fooled by the front corner parking sensors – they’re merely cosmetic on this variant.

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    Further interior changes include an all-black dashboard while the door cards and upholstery are finished in beige. Prices begin at RM41,500 on-the-road (OTR) with insurance for the manual-equipped variant while the automatic starts at RM44,500. Metallic paint commands an additional RM400 premium on every single Myvi variant.

    Step up the range and the 1.3 Premium X comes with (working) front corner parking sensors – which can be disabled. A rear spoiler, chrome door handles, front fog lamps and blackened window frames mark it out as a more premium variant from the outside.

    Inside, the 1.3 Premium X carries forward everything there is from the Standard G but adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a more premium audio system with MP3/WMA, USB and Bluetooth capabilities. Safety count goes up as well with ABS, EBD and brake assist included on this variant and above. Prices begin at RM47,500 OTR with insurance.

    On the 1.5 SE variant and above, projector headlights with LED guide lights and clear taillights, a contoured rear spoiler plus a different grille and wheel design help differentiate the 1.5 and 1.3 range. Inside, the 1.5 SE adds on semi-bucket seats trimmed in fabric and the same head unit from the 1.3 Premium X – effectively losing the touchscreen system found on its predecessor.

    Also different from the previous 1.5 SE is the adoption of “brushed aluminium” accents over the piano black treatment on the centre console. Prices for this variant begin at RM50,500 for the manual and the auto at RM53,500, both OTR with insurance.

    No discernible exterior features can be found on the range-topping 1.5 Advance. Instead the brunt of the change happens inside with its semi-bucket seats trimmed in leather with red highlights instead of fabric. The steering wheel is also trimmed in leather with contrasting red stitching while a leather gearknob and white-faced dials further mark it out.

    A touchscreen multimedia infotainment system with navigation and reverse camera replaces the head unit found on the 1.5 SE and 1.3 Premium X. Prices for the 1.5 Advance variant begins at RM58,500 OTR with insurance. Also, factory-fitted solar/security window film come as standard on all 1.5 variants.

    Two new colours make their debut on the facelifted Myvi – Electric Blue for the 1.5 SE and 1.5 Advance variants and Cosmic Gold for the 1.3 Standard G and 1.3 Premium X. In addition, the current palette of Mystical Purple, Glittering Silver, Ivory White and Ozzy Orange remain.

    Perodua Myvi 1.3 Standard G

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    Equipment

    • 1.3 litre K3-VE DVVT engine with 89 hp and 117 Nm
    • Reflector headlights
    • LED rear lights
    • “Aerodynamic design” bumpers
    • 14-inch eight-spoke alloy wheels
    • Beige fabric seats, height-adjustable driver seat
    • ISOFIX child seat mounts
    • Tilt-adjustable steering wheel
    • All-black centre console
    • Beige door cards
    • Unpainted interior door handles
    • Amber-illuminated instrument cluster
    • Multi-info display with service info
    • Radio CD player with four speakers
    • Anti-snatch hook
    • Built-in tissue compartment
    • Two-motion remote control
    • Reverse sensors
    • Space-saver spare tyre
    • Luggage tray

    Pricing

    • 1.3 Standard G MT – RM41,500 (solid)
    • 1.3 Standard G MT – RM41,900 (metallic)
    • 1.3 Standard G AT – RM44,500 (solid)
    • 1.3 Standard G AT – RM44,900 (metallic)

    Perodua Myvi 1.3 Premium X

    Equipment (in addition to 1.3 Standard G)

    • Front corner parking sensors
    • Radio CD player with MP3/WMA, USB and Bluetooth
    • Black and silver centre console
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls
    • Blacked-out B-pillars
    • Electrically-retractable side mirrors
    • Front foglights
    • Chrome door handles (interior and exterior)
    • Round rear spoiler
    • ABS, EBD and BA

    Pricing

    • 1.3 Premium X AT – RM47,500 (solid)
    • 1.3 Premium X AT – RM47,900 (metallic)

    Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE

    Equipment (in addition to 1.3 Premium X)

    • 1.5 litre 3SZ-VE DVVT engine with 102 hp and 136 Nm
    • “Sporty design” bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser
    • Chrome exhaust pipe
    • Projector headlamps with LED guide lights
    • Clear LED taillamps
    • Contoured rear spoiler
    • 14-inch spiral-themed alloy wheels
    • Red-illuminated instrument cluster
    • Silver centre console
    • Fabric semi-bucket seats
    • Solar and security window film

    Pricing

    • 1.5 SE MT – RM50,500 (solid)
    • 1.5 SE MT – RM50,900 (metallic)
    • 1.5 SE AT – RM53,500 (solid)
    • 1.5 SE AT – RM53,900 (metallic)

    Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance

    Equipment (in addition to 1.5 SE)

    • Leather semi-bucket seats
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with red stitching
    • Leather-wrapped gear knob
    • Five-piece PVC coil mats
    • Touchscreen multimedia system with navigation and reverse camera

    Pricing

    • 1.5 Advance AT – RM58,500 (solid)
    • 1.5 Advance AT – RM58,900 (metallic)

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