Proton will be offering huge discounts on Proton Genuine Parts at their at their two-day Alami Proton Carnival 2015 which will be held from the 3rd to 4th of October.
The Carnival will be held at the Proton Centre of Excellence in Shah Alam on the stated days from 10am to 7am, itself is organized in conjunction with Proton’s 30th Anniversary.
Parts for selected Proton models such as the Waja, Persona, Wira, and Saga would be slashed up to 70 percent off their original price with some purchasable for as low as RM1.00.
If you’re interested in getting your hands on these high quality but bargain-priced parts, Proton advises visitors and customers to come early as sales are based on a “first come, first served” basis.
Apart from the great deals and attractive ownership packages, visitors to the Alami Proton Carnival can have an up-close look at cars from a number of prominent Proton official car clubs.
Goers to the Carnival will be able to attend a first hand briefing on Proton’s safety technology, conducted by in-house experts. Additionally, there will be a plant tour which includes access to the Research and Development (R&D) building that houses concept vehicles and other technologies usually unseen by the public.
Visitors will get to experience the process of how a car is made, from ideation to clay modeling, as well witness some of Proton’s manufacturing processes.
Test drives, lucky draws, deals on new Proton cars, and other fun activities will also be on offer.
Visitors will also be able to enjoy Proton's 30th Anniversary promotions, where customers can opt for the 1.99% interest rate per annum on the Iriz, 100% financing scheme for government staff, incredible deals for students, low interest rates for other Proton cars and many more. All new owners of Proton will be covered under the 7 years extended warranty promotion.
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