- Check out the equipment run-down below to help you make your buying decisions, and pore over even more specs, or compare it to its rivals
By now, you should know all there is to know about the latest iteration of Malaysia’s best-selling set of wheels for pretty much the last decade, but we’re feeding you with more info, and this isn’t even the last of it – not by a long mile. You know us better than that.
First, the prices, OTR with insurance – the 1.3 Standard G kicks off the new Myvi range at RM41,500 (manual) and RM44,500 (auto). Next up, the 1.3 Premium X at RM47,500 (auto). Moving up to the 1.5 litre engine, the SE goes for RM50,500 (manual) and RM53,500 (auto), while the range-topping Advance retails at RM58,500 (auto). Metallic paint is an extra RM400 on every variant.
Launched Thursday, the second-gen Perodua Myvi facelift packs an enhanced vehicle structure (contributing to a better four-star ASEAN NCAP rating), a locally-assembled E-AT gearbox, new faces, new alloys and a few interior updates.
New kit includes a reverse camera (Advance only), LED guide lights (SE and Advance only), front corner parking sensors (all except Standard G), a two-motion remote control, a tissue holder behind the front passenger seat, an anti-snatch hook, a retractable cupholder and a flip-down storage compartment on the driver’s side panel. Projector headlamps are no longer standard; now only the SE and Advance have them.
Perodua Myvi 1.3 Standard G
Source From: http://paultan.org/2015/01/19/perodua-myvi-facelift-2015-spec-by-spec-comparison/