Perodua Axia
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Perodua Axia D74A (2023-Present)

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Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
21 August 2023
Axia Driver
SE (2023)
Bought new, Owned for 1 Year
Fuel Economy: 15.0 km/litre (6.7 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 1,000 km/month
    I am an Owner of the new DCVT Axia 2023. Performance wise? 90-95% from what a Manual Axia can do (Top Speed, time taken to reach certain place etc). Handling is a step up from older Axia (Speaking DCVT Vs Manual Axia on 1st facelift). Very fun to drive, gives proper response when needed. Much stable compared to old Axia when doing downhill run (I'm a bit fast and furious type of guy).
    High rev when need to hard press the accelerator.

    And 1 more thing, due to my bit aggressive nature of driving (I could say so), I had broken the CVT belting!

    I would like to say to new DCVT Axia owner that this new Axia gearbox is not as reliable as the manual gearbox. You can't really push it continuously, and expect the CVT to remains remains intact.

    Do not bring heavy load inside your DCVT Axia! Especially when you are going furious on the road while driving heavy stuff/fully loaded passengers. You will regret it. Like me.
To improve
Perodua, you are going down on reliability when you choose the CVT gearbox option. Why not continue with manual? CVT is too bad in reliability especially cheap car. I really wants to go back to Manual Axia, where I can push it on 6000 rpm for minutes! And not having much problem apart from wear and tear which I could understand why.
Yes, I would recommend this car