新 Perodua第二国产车 Axia 出售 | 203 辆车匹配
全马出售之新 Perodua第二国产车 Axia 车款。对比车价，进而从我们信赖的经销商那里获得最好的优惠比价。
2023 Perodua AXIA 1.0 G Hatchback - OTR PRICE DRIVE YOUR CAR BEFORE RAYA BOOK BEFORE LONG QUEUE RAYASAKAN FASTSERVICE
Perodua Axia FAQs
The Perodua Axia is a compact car designed for daily commuting and urban driving in Malaysia. The car features a stylish exterior design, with a sleek body shape and sporty lines that make it stand out on the road. The interior is surprisingly spacious, with enough room to comfortably seat up to five people, making it ideal for families and small groups. The cabin is well-insulated from outside noise, and the seats are comfortable and supportive, making it a comfortable ride for passengers.
The 2023 Axia comes in 4 variants – G, X, SE and AV. The combination of the Daihatsu New Global Architecture platform (DNGA) paired with the same 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine from the previous-gen but brought into the present by mating it to the D-CVT gearbox just like the facelifted Myvi and Ativa. However, there are no turbo and no manual transmissions.
The all-new 2023 Perodua Axia comes with ABS with EBD and BA across the board together with Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and two airbags. Smart entry and push-start button with front corner sensors are available from the X variant going up.
The range-topping AV Axia gets six airbags, Lane Departure Warning & Prevention, Blind Spot Monitor (BSM), and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) to further enhance its Advance Safety Assist (ASA 3.0) package.
The all-new 2023 Perodua Axia underwent a big change (and differences between variants) since it’s 2021-2022 and it can be seen via its interior. The sporty and modern exterior flows into the cabin thanks to its new horizontal theme and sporty aesthetics finished in black and silver highlights. New fabric seats are offered for the G, X, and SE models while the range-topping AV comes with semi-leather seats for a more premium touch (semi-buckets for SE & AV).
Equipment-wise, the first three variants are fitted with a 4.2-inch LCD multi-info display and a monotone instrument display. Only the most expensive Axia variant comes with the very cool-looking 9-inch LCD touchscreen with HDMI and a 7-inch TFT multi-info display plus steering switches for the Power Mode (also available for SE model) and audio controls. Digital AC controls are also equipped in the top two variants.
The new 2023 Axia now comes with a sportier and modern exterior look with a hint of aggressiveness. It’s also more aerodynamic which further improves its overall fuel efficiency together with the addition of the D-CVT transmission package.
To tie it all up, all variants of the Perodua Axia are fitted with the same 14-inch rims. There are minor differences between the four variants starting with the base G variant that comes with halogen headlamps that go up to LED headlamps for the X, LED headlamps with LED DRLs for the SE, and Auto High Beam (AHB) safety feature for the range-topping AV variant.
A set of front and side skirtings with a chrome front grille is exclusively available for the SE and AV variants to further differentiate the four Axia models.
The Perodua Axia is available in four variants – G, X, SE and AV, each with its own set of features and specifications. The G kicks off the range at RM38,600, the X is priced at RM40,000, the SE costs RM44,000, while the range-topping AV will set you back at the price of RM49,500, OTR without insurance.
Perodua embedded the D-CVT gearbox into the engine of the 2023 Axia, which made a world of difference in terms of performance. Though it still has 67hp and 91Nm of torque, but the fact that it delivers the power to the front wheel is a lot more efficient and immediate.
When the current Perodua Myvi model adopted the D-CVT gearbox, it showed improved performance in acceleration (20% better) as well as fuel efficiency. You can expect those improvements to be reflected in the new Axia, and Perodua has already stated that it can do a maximum of 27.4km/l thanks to the Eco idle start-stop system.
That, however, is only available in the top two variants (SE and AV), but the base G and X Axia variants can still hit a very decent 25.3km/l because the 1KR-VE/D-CVT combo is the same across the board.
All the used/second-hand and new Perodua Axia Model years
Here is the list of Perodua Axia model years below:
The Perodua Axia usually compares with:
- Perodua Bezza
- Perodua Myvi
- Proton Saga
- Proton Iriz
- Mitsubishi Mirage
Yes and here's why:
- Affordable price, excellent value for money.
- Generous size for its class.
- Great fuel economy.
- Proven Reliability.
- Easy maintenance, spare parts are easy to find.
The price of used Perodua Axia in Carlist.my ranges from RM15,000 up to RM36,000, depending on the year-make, models, variants, and conditions. Get the best used Perodua Axia deals from our trusted dealers, all listed in Carlist.my.