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The 2022 Myvi Facelift Comes With PSDA, But What Is It And How Does It Do It?
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The 2022 Myvi Facelift Comes With PSDA, But What Is It And How Does It Do It?

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Now that the 2022 Myvi facelift is finally upon us let's talk a little bit about its most significant upgrade, Perodua Smart Drive Assist (PSDA).


Perodua Smart Drive Assist or commonly known as ASA 3.0 is Perodua's latest Advanced Safety Assist feature, first seen on the Perodua Ativa.

Perodua Ativa ASA 3.0

ASA is basically a safety system that steps in when the driver is distracted. It helps the car avoid collisions by taking preventive measures. Perodua's ASA senses danger via a two-lensed stereo camera behind the rearview mirror. Along with its software, the camera is there to help judge distance. 

ASA 3.0

It's not as fancy as radar systems in more expensive cars, but it does do the job. The only downfall of the system is that it may be compromised during bad weather, as it is a stereo camera system after all. The driver will be notified, however, via a warning light, indicating it is not working in the instance it is compromised. 

2022 facelift Myvi

Nonetheless, with the addition of ASA 3.0 on the Myvi, Malaysia's most loved vehicle has officially raised the benchmark for safety in the compact vehicle segment, making it the most advanced vehicle in terms of passive safety equipment.

When did ASA get to version 3.0?

2017 Myvi with ASA

ASA first debuted on the third-generation Perodua Myvi in 2017. It comprised of a Pre-Collision Warning (up to 30 km/h), Pre-Collision Braking (up to 30 km/h), Front Departure Alert and Pedal Misoperation Control, all of which work together to mitigate frontal collisions.

Perodua Aruz ASA 2.0

ASA 2.0 then appeared on the Aruz in 2019, adding Pedestrian Detection (up to 50 km/h) to the suite and upping the operational speeds of Pre-Collision Warning and Pre-Collision Braking to 100 km/h and 80 km/h, respectively.

ASA 2.0 then found its way to the 2019 Axia and 2020 Bezza before finding its way to the Myvi in 2020.

As we mentioned before, ASA 3.0 or PSDA made its debut in the Perodua Ativa. It came with an upgraded stereo camera and once again upped the game by increasing the operational speed - upping the autonomous Pre-Collision Braking speed up to 120km/h for vehicles and 60km/h for pedestrians. 

It also increased Pre-Collision Warning operational speed from 100 km/h to 120 km/h for vehicles and 50 km/h to 60 km/h for pedestrians.

Perodua ASA 3.0

ASA 3.0 was also able to detect bicycles and motorcycles, which was a step up from ASA 2.0 as it was only limited to vehicles and pedestrians. ASA 3.0 also works at night by detecting a car's taillights.

Because of the new camera and radar sensors installed on the inside of the rear bumpers, ASA 3.0 was also able to offer Level 2 autonomous driving, which opened up features such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Control, Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.

So is the system in the 2022 Myvi facelift just a software upgrade? 

The ASA 2.0 sensors had their limitations, so for the 2022 Myvi facelift to have ASA 3.0, quite a bit of new hardware, software, and electrical components had to be put into place.  

2022 facelift Myvi BSM

Two of the main things that the Myvi facelift needed to have ASA 3.0 with Level 2 autonomy are the new stereo camera and radar sensors in the rear bumper. 

Stereo Camera 2022 Myvi facelift

New software and electrical architecture that supports the new hardware make the 2022 Myvi facelift one of the safest cars on the road, even if it's only the AV variant that gets the entire host of features. All other variants except the basic G variant will still come with ASA 3.0, but without advanced driving assistance systems such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. 

While it might seem like the Myvi facelift's upgrades are only skin-deep, the implementation of ASA 3.0 did require some intricate overhauling of the previous car. No wonder it cost them RM50 million to develop it.

That plus the other aesthetic and drivetrain changes makes the 2022 Perodua Myvi a very compelling package even in 2021. We don't see it losing its top spot in Malaysia anytime soon. Do you?  

Patut Ke Tukar Syarikat Insurans Setiap Kali Perbaharui Cukai Jalan?
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Patut Ke Tukar Syarikat Insurans Setiap Kali Perbaharui Cukai Jalan?

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Memandangkan ada banyak syarikat insurans di Malaysia, patut ke kalau kita tukar-tukar syarikat insurans setiap kali perbaharui cukai jalan?


Insurans kereta adalah sejenis perlindungan jangka masa panjang yang boleh dibeli oleh pemilik kereta untuk melindungi kereta dengan mengurangkan kos yang berkaitan kemalangan kereta. Insurans turut memberikan perlindungan kewangan terhadap kerosakan fizikal atau kecederaan badan yang disebabkan oleh kemalangan jalan raya.

kemalangan jalan raya,insurans kereta

Malah insurans juga menawarkan perlindungan seperti apabila kereta anda dicuri serta kerosakan kenderaan yang disebabkan oleh sebarang kejadian selain dari kemalangan jalan raya, seperti cuaca atau bencana alam.

Memandangkan ada banyak syarikat insurans di Malaysia yang menawarkan pelbagai pilihan insurans, boleh ke kalau kita tukar syarikat insurans setiap kali perbaharui cukai jalan?

syarikat insurans,takaful,malaysia

Tukar Syarikat Insurans

Untuk menjawab soalan tersebut, anda dibenarkan untuk menukar syarikat insurans mengikut pilihan anda berdasarkan apa yang ditawarkan oleh sesebuah syarikat itu. Malah, anda disarankan untuk berbuat demikian setiap kali memperbaharui insurans untuk menikmati kelebihan yang terbaru pada harga yang berpatutan daripada syarikat-syarikat insurans.

Ketahuilah bahawa tiada syarikat insurans yang meletakkan syarat yang melarang pelanggannya untuk menukar kepada syarikat insurans lain. Jadi, pilihan mutlak berada di tangan anda!

polisi insurans,tukar syarikat insurans

Sebab Tukar

Tidak dinafikan, kebanyakan pemandu menukar syarikat insurans untuk mendapatkan harga yang lebih rendah tanpa menghiraukan kelebihan yang ditawarkan oleh insurans yang sedia ada mereka. Untuk langkah yang lebih baik, anda disarankan untuk merujuk perkara ini dengan ejen insurans anda terlebih dahulu. Sebagai contoh, ambil satu polisi insurans yang mempunyai nilai pasaran yang sama dengan insurans anda sekarang dan minta ejen anda untuk bandingkan kedua-dua insurans tersebut.

Bukan apa, ini bagi mengelakkan anda daripada mengalami kerugian. Walaupun insurans yang anda mahu tukar itu lebih murah sedikit berbanding insurans sedia ada, tapi mungkin polisinya lebih terhad berbanding syarikat insurans anda. Walaupun harganya hanya berbeza beberapa ringgit, tapi kelebihan yang ditawarkan mungkin jauh berbeza. Sebagai contoh, syarikat Etiqa kini menawarkan khidmat trak tunda sejauh 200km berbanding hanya 50km sebelumnya.

kemalangan,tuntutan insurans,tukar syarikat insurans

Selain daripada mencari insurans dengan harga berpatutan, antara sebab pemandu gemar menukar kepada syarikat insurans lain adalah atas sebab urusan yang lebih pantas dan mudah. Ada sesetengah pemilik yang menukar syarikat insurans kerana mendapati sedikit sukar atau lambat untuk menerima tuntutan insurans daripada syarikat sedia ada.

Sebenarnya, semua syarikat insurans ini bagus dan mudah untuk memberikan pampasan. Cuma kadangkala dokumen yang diperlukan tidak lengkap atau tidak tepat dan itu merupakan sebab utama tuntutan insurans anda mengambil masa ataupun ditolak. Yang paling penting, rajin-rajinlah membuat survey sebelum memperbaharui insurans kereta untuk memastikan anda sentiasa menerima tawaran terbaik pada harga yang berpatutan.

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Cara Tukar Syarikat Insurans

Penukaran syarikat insurans ini mudah sahaja bagi insurans yang telah tamat tempoh. Beli sahaja insurans daripada syarikat yang berbeza apabila anda ingin memperbaharui insurans anda. Sebagai contoh, jika anda membeli Myvi baharu, cukai jalan dan insurans kereta anda diuruskan oleh Perodua menggunakan syarikat Takaful Malaysia. Selepas tamat tempoh insurans berkenaan, tiada masalah untuk anda membeli insurans daripada syarikat berlainan seperti Etiqa Insurance & Takaful pula.

Perodua Myvi 2022 facelift

Tetapi jika anda mahu tukar syarikat insurans ketika insurans sedia ada masih aktif, anda dinasihatkan untuk guna dahulu insurans tersebut sehingga tamat tempoh. Bukan tak boleh tukar, tapi rugilah kalau tukar sekarang memandangkan anda sudah bayar insurans tersebut.

Perlu diingatkan, jika anda ingin menukar syarikat insurans atau takaful anda, NCD kereta anda tidak akan terjejas. Ini bermakna anda tetap akan dapat menikmati kadar NCD yang anda telah tercapai walaupun dengan syarikat insurans yang berbeza.

Kesimpulannya, pilihlah insurans yang memberikan anda perlindungan terbaik dengan harga yang berpatutan!

Tips Elak Stres Ketika Memandu
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Tips Elak Stres Ketika Memandu

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Pernahkah anda menjadi stres ketika memandu sehingga memberi kesan kepada mood anda sepanjang hari?  


Faktor utama kemalangan di Mumbai adalah disebabkan stres ketika memandu, mengikut satu kajian oleh syarikat insurans India, ICICI Lombard.

Keputusan tersebut diperoleh dari 100 pemandu yang menunjukkan degupan jantung dan tekanan darah yang meningkat dengan ketara melebihi paras normal semasa memandu kereta, tanpa mengira umur, jantina atau jenis kenderaan.   

Bukan sahaja di Mumbai yang terkenal dengan kesesakan trafik dan kepadatan penduduk, malah di mana sahaja di dunia, memandu boleh mengakibatkan stres malah boleh mengundang bahaya di jalan raya jika dibiarkan berterusan. 

Bagaimana cara untuk mengelak stres ketika memandu?  

1. Rancang perjalanan anda 

Kita sering mendengar tentang merancang perjalanan untuk balik kampung atau perjalanan jauh, tapi adakah kita melakukannya? Merancang perjalanan untuk urusan harian juga dapat membantu menghindari stres.  

Penting untuk merancang perjalanan lebih lagi jika anda tidak biasa dengan tempat yang ingin dituju, misalnya ke tempat baru untuk urusan kerja. Jadi, biasakan diri untuk melakukan perkara ini:  

  • Periksa jarak dari kediaman ke destinasi baru dengan aplikasi GPS di telefon anda, sebelum bergerak ke destinasi  
  • Periksa sebarang halangan sepanjang laluan seperti kesesakan trafik, kemalangan atau sekatan jalan raya (ubah laluan jika perlu) 
  • Persiapkan diri dan kereta sejam lebih awal, misalnya dokumen penting untuk dibawa, bekal anak ke sekolah atau mengisi petrol  
  • Tetapkan penggera untuk memastikan anda tidak terlewat ke destinasi 

2. Bersedia sejam sebelum memandu  

Pernahkah anda terlambat untuk sesuatu urusan dan tiba-tiba semua benda jadi tergendala - lampu merah terlalu lama, kereta di hadapan anda memandu macam kura-kura dan pelbagai kejadian yang tidak diingini akan berlaku. Apabila makin lambat, anda makin tak keruan!  

Kebiasaannya, situasi ini akan mencetuskan panik dan anda cenderung untuk melakukan sesuatu di luar kebiasaan, seperti memotong di garisan berkembar atau ‘menyucuk’ kereta di hadapan anda. Jika terlanggar, bukankah menyusahkan diri sendiri?  

Jadikan satu amalan untuk menyiapkan diri dan bersedia untuk memandu, sejam sebelum waktunya. Ini akan menghindari anda dari stres yang bakal muncul jika kelewatan.  

3. Pasang muzik mengikut citarasa anda 

Menurut laporan BBC News, bunyi muzik dan bunyi bising mempunyai kesan yang berbeza pada mood dan emosi kita. Ini kerana dopamin, sejenis neurotransmiter yang memberi signal kepada otak akan mempengaruhi perasaan kita terhadap sesuatu perkara. 

Jika anda sukakan muzik yang tenang atau bingit sekalipun, carilah yang sesuai dengan halwa telinga masing-masing. Muzik juga dapat menenteramkan anak anda, malah boleh sing along kalau dia mendengar lagu kegemarannya.  

Jadi, pasang muzik mengikut citarasa anda atau anak anda di dalam kereta untuk membangkitkan mood tenang dan happy ketika memandu.  

4. Mute telefon bimbit jika perlu  

Bagi mereka yang cepat menggelabah, lebih baik untuk letak telefon bimbit pada mod senyap atau silent untuk mengelak anda menjadi stres ketika memandu. Ini juga dapat meningkatkan fokus anda kepada pemanduan lagipun, mana boleh menggunakan telefon ketika memandu. Salah tu!  

Jangan risau jika anda perlu menggunakan aplikasi GPS, kerana telefon anda masih berbunyi ketika GPS memberi panduan. Panggilan masuk atau mesej tidak akan berbunyi jika anda mute telefon bimbit anda (bergantung kepada model telefon anda). 

Penulis sering mencuba cara ini dan ianya sangat membantu, terutamanya ketika memandu di kawasan yang baharu dan memerlukan anda fokus pada GPS dan pemanduan.  

5. Abaikan road bully  

Ini adalah perkara paling sukar untuk dipraktikkan dan memerlukan latihan – mengabaikan pembuli jalanan.

Apa jua situasi yang melibatkan anda di'cucuk' rapat, dihon berkali-kali, ditunjuk jari tengah di jalan raya dan lain-lain insiden, sila abaikan selagi tidak membahayakan nyawa anda.  

Biar road bully tadi melintas anda atau anda berhenti di tepi jalan dan let it go!  

Anggaplah si pembuli mempunyai masalah yang sebenarnya tiada kaitan dengan anda yang menjadikan dia bertindak sedemikian. Jangan disebabkan tindakan road bully, kita pula yang ditimpa kesusahan apabila membalas tindakannya di jalan raya. 

Jika meletakkan gambar keluarga atau orang tersayang dalam kereta dapat membantu anda untuk berasa tenang, boleh berbuat demikian jika berdepan road bully.  

Tidak dinafikan, kita berdepan dengan pelbagai stres setiap hari, memikirkan nak makan apa pun boleh jadi stres, bukan? Tapi yang penting adalah bagaimana kita menangani setiap tekanan supaya urusan harian dan kesihatan kita tidak terganggu. 

Semoga tips di atas dapat membantu anda mengelakkan stres ketika memandu dan selamat sampai ke destinasi. Selamat mencuba!  

2022 Honda City Hatchback Previewed Inside And Out: First Impressions
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2022 Honda City Hatchback Previewed Inside And Out: First Impressions

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Yesterday morning, we were invited to the Sepang International Circuit to have a look at (and drive of) the newest car from Honda Malaysia: the highly anticipated 2022 City Hatchback, in its hybrid RS e:HEV and petrol-powered 1.5V guise.


The event began with the usual briefing before heading out onto the track, preceded by a quick splash and dash breakfast. Admittedly, this isn’t the ideal place to put an urban-oriented hatchback through its paces, but it did at least make for a very smooth drive session without any traffic interruptions. Also, privacy...

Our first peek at the 2022 City Hatchback came even before registering our arrival as that dark grey RS unit sat just before the door to the south track’s upstairs paddock lounge. That colour's called Meteoroid Steel Metallic, if you’re interested.

The cars we’d be driving were being prepared below us: one in RS e:HEV spec in a new shade called Ignite Red Metallic, and the other a more conventional 1.5V in Platinum White Pearl. As far as first impressions went, the abundance of photographs of the 2022 City Hatchback from its earlier launches in neighbouring ASEAN markets coupled with the established familiarity of the City sedan meant our reactions were somewhat flat.

We knew what to expect, and saw exactly that. Objectively, it’s a handsome enough car, especially in that dark grey, and for 85 percent of the exterior, you could be convinced you’re looking at the four-door introduced last year.

Dimensionally, it’s also known that the hatch differs slightly from its four-door twin, being 20mm taller (to better match the Jazz) and 208mm shorter end to end. The wheelbase has also been reduced slightly to 2,589mm, down from the sedan's 2,600mm.

The hatchback body style hasn’t detracted from the City’s looks, and it in fact wears that shape quite naturally as if it were designed as a 5-door from the start. As a replacement for the Jazz, it certainly cuts a sharper dash, trying its hardest to shed that ‘cutesy' persona that its spiritual predecessor held with its rounded features and Pikachu-like profile - or is that the Myvi 1.5 Extreme?

As we do not have the car’s full spec sheet to contrast against the sedan, we’ll take a stab and state that there were very little to no obvious differences in equipment or cosmetics - well, apart from that rear-end design.

2021 Honda City Hatchback - Preview - Sepang

On the RS that was shown prominently, LED headlamps, LED fog lights, and 16-inch two-tone alloys featured (the 1.5V gets a uniform silver finish), just like the sedan, wearing Toyo Proxes R57 tyres, and the same applied to its gloss black side mirror caps, front grille garnish with honeycomb mesh, as well as the faux carbon-fibre weave front lip and rear ‘diffuser’ element.

Inside, every City Hatchback gets Honda's famous Ultra Seats, just like the outgoing Jazz. This allows the rear cushions and seatbacks to be folded and arranged in multiple ways - Long, Tall, Utility, and Refresh modes - to better accommodate different types of cargo or just make the cabin as spacious as possible to relax in.

The majority of the interior images are embargoed, so you'll have to take our word for it. Cheers!

2020 Honda City RS e:HEVThis is the sedan ya  ;)

With regard to the interior materials and finishing, again, very little came across as appreciably different when contrasted against our experience with the sedan. At the centre of the dash, both variants previewed receive an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment display with support for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto through a wired USB connection.

The same goes for what’s under their respective bonnets. All 2022 City Hatchbacks powered only by petrol get the same 1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC naturally aspirated four-cylinder, producing 121PS and 145Nm. Meanwhile, the RS gains the i-MMD hybrid drivetrain, which allies a 98PS 1.5-litre Atkinson-cycle four-pot to a pair of electric motors, capable of delivering a 109PS and 253Nm of torque to the front wheels.

2020 Honda City RS e:HEV

Driving both cars also felt like an exercise in deja vu, but that’s what is to be expected when trying to pick apart two versions of the same car. Both the 2022 RS e:HEV and 1.5V hatch felt as good to drive as the sedan. Apparently, this 5-door body style gains improved rigidity as well, which is nice to know.

We’re not sure what the full spread of variants will be at launch, which Honda Malaysia says is “very soon”, but we can be sure that the RS will get a full complement of the company's SENSING active safety features, including Collision Mitigation Braking System (or…Autonomous Emergency Braking, AEB), Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Automatic High Beam, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

Honda Sensing - City 1.5V

Worth noting is the absence of the SENSING suite in the white 1.5V variant we previewed, which might mean that, unlike the sedan, these features could be exclusive to the RS e:HEV.

Honestly, we had little time to both drive and poke around the car to gather enough information for more worthwhile insights. So far, however, though we might mourn its departure, the legacy of the Jazz seems to be in good hands with the new 2022 City Hatchback. At least if and until Honda decide to offer the more advanced 4th-generation Jazz to our shores.

Review: 2021 Proton Exora 1.6L Premium CVT - There's A Reason Why Proton Still Keeps It Around
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Review: 2021 Proton Exora 1.6L Premium CVT - There's A Reason Why Proton Still Keeps It Around

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If you're like us and wondering why Proton is still selling the Exora, then wonder no more because we think we know why Proton is still keeping it around.


The Proton Exora is the longest-serving member of Proton's current range, having been introduced in 2009. Just as a quick recap, the current Exora you can purchase is a three-times revised version of the national MPV.

2021 Proton Exora

After the first update in 2011, when the model received its 1.6-litre turbocharged engine, it received a second one in 2017, mainly seeing some exterior updates such as a new Proton logo, blacked-out rear spoiler, new alloy wheels and some other blacked-out exterior pieces that gave it a fresher look. 

2021 Proton Exora infotainment system

The third update was conducted in 2019, which saw the long-serving member of the Proton family receiving interior updates such as the 7-inch (GKUI) touchscreen infotainment unit with the "Hi Proton" voice command system, new meter cluster design, additional USB ports, new seats, door trim upholstery, and a clear plastic bezel rearview mirror. Note, however, that most of these features are only available on the Premium variant.

2021 Proton Exora Interior

It's also important to note that both variants now only offer a maximum of two airbags: the 2015 Premium and Super Premium variants (on sale from 2015 to 2017) offered side airbags, so this can be viewed as a step backward, even at odds with Proton's current strategy, which - in the cases of the X70, Iriz, and Persona - has been to offer excellent safety features across the model range. Also, the Executive variant doesn't include stability control or a rearview camera.

Despite all these "misgivings", we still think the Exora can handsomely serve a family minus the expectation of it being the safest vehicle around - and here's why.

Interior and Comfort

The inside of the Proton Exora is a rather pleasant place to be in. The updated interior, seating and upholstery is a welcome addition and, for the money, looks quite stylish and plush. Moreover, it doesn't feel like an outdated MPV, which came as quite a surprise to me. 

2021 Proton Exora dash and steering wheel

What does give away its age is the plastics around the dashboard and door panels, and the same can be said about the toggles for the wipers and lights - but hey, it's no deal-breaker.

While the infotainment system, like in the Iriz and Persona, is intrinsically competent, it is not the flashiest around. Still, it does offer Bluetooth and Mirrorlink as well as a rearview camera (in the Premium variant), which will do the job of providing convenience for most buyers.

Seating configuration

In our opinion, this is one of the key reasons why Proton has kept the Exora around because when compared to vehicles in its segment and price range, it's pretty hard to beat the Exora's fantastic capability to house seven passengers comfortably. 

2021 Proton Exora 3rd row seats

Out of all other seven-seaters around its price range, it's pretty hard to beat the spaciousness of the Exora. In particular, the third row might not seem befitting to house a couple of adults comfortably on long journeys, but it magically does, especially when you recline the seats a little bit. Yes, someone past 6 feet in height might feel a bit cramped back there, but it'll be fine for the average Malaysian.

2021 Proton Exora 2nd row seats

However, with the seats reclined in the third row, it does present buyers with the problem of where to put their luggage. Well, we say with a quick investment in a roof cargo box, your luggage woes will be gone - so yeah, there are solutions for this problem.

How does it feel to drive?

Given the age of the Exora's platform and powertrain, it's surprising to experience that the Exora still drives like a newer more current MPV. Our drive to the east coast and back gave us the chance to drive the Exora on crowded city roads, the twisty highway of Karak, and the backroads of Pahang.

The Exora offers very composed handling and impressive comfort levels.

2021 Proton Exora rear view

A testament to its good structural rigidity, the Exora doesn't really wallow that much and tracks straight and confidently at high speeds. 

We didn't expect the Exora to be good when fully loaded with passengers and luggage, but the suspension setup is competent, making the Exora a very comfortable place to be in for long drives - more so than the Alza and even the Aruz, in our opinion.

The brakes on the Exora are a little meh, but we have no grouses with the overall braking performance.

While dated and thirsty by current standards, the engine is still a good unit – providing 205 Nm of torque from as low as 2,000 rpm, which is sufficient to get the Exora up to the highway speed limit quite quickly. Mind you, it does this with a whole load of passengers and baggage. 

2021 Proton Exora

But it's not all hunky-dory because as much as Proton has optimised the software of the CVT-type automatic transmission, such as on the Iriz and Persona, the transmission in the Exora is an older generation unit, so it's not as refined as the ones in its siblings. This is particularly obvious during initial acceleration, but it is pretty smooth when you're just cruising around.

2021 Proton Exora side profile

Conclusion

So why has Proton kept the Exora around? Because where else can you find this much space, practicality and power for under RM70k? The answer is nowhere else, especially when you consider the comfort level it provides for seven passengers for long journeys. Just buy a rooftop cargo box, and you're pretty much sorted for an affordable family carrier.  

Specifications for the 2021 Proton Exora 1.6L Premium CVT

  • Price: RM 66,800 - OTR without insurance
  • Engine: 1.6-litre, turbocharged, inline four-cylinder, VVT
  • Power: 140 PS @ 5,000 rpm
  • Torque: 205 Nm @ 2,000 – 4,000 rpm
  • Transmission: CVT-type automatic, front-wheel drive
  • Safety: Two airbags, ABS with EBD, Traction Control, Electronic Stability Control (ESC)