The Bezza 2020 Opens For Booking Now Comes With A Surprising Feature

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The Bezza 2020 Opens For Booking Now Comes With A Surprising Feature

If you keep tabs on car portals, surely you would have seen recently that so many of them are running pictures of lorries with cars on them. Well, those cars on the lorries are the 2020 Perodua Bezza and Perodua today officially announced that the latest version of the popular sedan is open for booking.


Developed mostly based on customer feedback, the 2020 Perodua Bezza is is offered in 1.0 G MT, 1.0 G AT, 1.3 X AT and 1.3 AV AT variants, priced from RM34,580 to RM49,980 (on-the-road before insurance in Peninsular Malaysia).

With newly designed bumper grilles, LED headlmaps and some attractive two-tone side skirts, the Bezza looks sharper than ever. These new features will also be standard across the range a big win for everyone.

What's not standard across the range are rims, with the X and AV variants receiving new 15-inch alloys. Power- adjustable door mirrors are now available on all models, except for the AV which is retractable.

Perodua has also proudly announced that their Advanced Safety Assist 2.0 (ASA 2.0*) system will be making a debut in the Bezza AV variant, making the AV one of the most affordable sedan with such a feature.

ASA 2.0 comprises Pedestrian Detection (up to 50 km/h), Pre-Collision Warning (up to 100 km/h), Pre-Collision Braking (up to 80 km/h), Front Departure Alert and Pedal Misoperation Control, all of which work together to mitigate collisions.

Meanwhile, the X variant now gains the Vehicle Stability Control and traction control already previously offered on the AV variant.

White-illuminated gauges uplift the interior, while keyless entry and start, as well as front corner sensors, are offered on X and AV variants. All variants get reverse sensors; the AV adds a reverse camera.

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