All You Need To Know About The 2020 Proton Saga Anniversary Edition

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All You Need To Know About The 2020 Proton Saga Anniversary Edition

To commemorate the 35th birthday of the Saga, the folks at Proton have just unveiled the new Saga Anniversary Edition moments ago, and here's all you need to know about it.


Limited to just 1,100 units, the Saga Anniversary Edition, which is based on the Saga 1.3 Premium AT, will be priced at RM39,300 after SST exemption, which is also the same as the Saga Premium.

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Rear

Clad in Quartz Black, enhancements on the limited edition model revolves purely around cosmetics, comprising front and rear bumper lips, side skirting, side mirrors, as well as the front grille accent, that are all yellow.

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Front

The wheel design on the other hand is the same as the Saga Premium, but it is finished in matte grey versus the standard silver.

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Speedometer

The black and yellow theme continues inside as well, with dark fabric upholstery and contrasting yellow bits on the dashboard, around the instrument panel, as well as the air-con vents.

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Side

Also worth mentioning here is that the Saga Anniversary Edition is fitted with the N95 Cabin Filter, a feature which will now be made available for all Proton models.   

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Dashboard

Current owners will have the option to purchase the N95 Cabin Filter for RM59 excluding labour charges, there is a 15% discount on the price of the filter for a limited period until the 9th of October 2020.

Proton Saga Anniversary Edition N95 Cabin Filter

Coming back to the Saga Anniversary Edition – the 35th Anniversary Accessories package which includes Door Visors, a Hood Insulator, Trunk Lid Cover, and Boot Tray on top of the yellow bits, is actually available for purchase separately at RM2,350.

So, owners of the 2019 Proton Saga who would like to get a dash of yellow on their cars can happily do so too!



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