Perodua Ativa
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Perodua Ativa D55L (2021-Present)

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Date Reviewed
29 May 2023
1.0 AV CVT (2022)
Bought new, Owned for 3 Years
Fuel Economy: 12.0 km/litre (8.3 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 2,000 km/month
    - Smooth shifting DCVT gearbox. Manual shifting up to 7th gear for decent highway cruising with low RPM
    - 1.0L engine with turbo adequate to climb Bukit Fraser and vibration is unnoticeable. Fuel consumption is averaged, urban driving usually 11.5-12.7km/L.
    - very high tech safety specification. front collision auto braking helps to avoid several collision. ADAS is enjoyable during highway cruising. 6 airbags.
    - AC cooler than other Perodua cars since i have owned Alza and Myvi.
    - confortable and adequate space for family up to 3 childrens
    - sportiest car made by Perodua
    - superb headlight for rural night driving
    - wobbling and bouncy suspension especially with full pax / luggage in the car.
    - shorter rear seat and cannot fully support thigh. Adult at 2nd row will feel not comfortable during long journey.
    - Lousy LCD head unit that has no Android/Apple car play, poor radio reception.
    - Thin body paint, chip stone can easily scratch the paint. even cat scratches can leave permanent mark on the body. Need at least fusso or ceramic coating for paint protection.
    - car seat pvc leather can leave torn marks
To improve
- change to aftermarket LCD - experiment with various fuel companies until you found your satisfying FC - Perodua need to redesign second row seat; longer thigh support and more recline with body contour back rest
Yes, I would recommend this car