Perodua Bezza
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Perodua Bezza D42L (2020-Present)

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Expert Review

Date Reviewed
23 September 2022
Ride & Handling
The new Perodua Bezza takes the national carmaker to new heights - it's the company's first sedan, and comes with many new toys and even active safety features. There are plenty of cars on the market that are much nicer and better to drive, but if all you want is a traditional sedan with a big boot, your search ends here.
  • Strong 1.3 litre Dual VVT-i engine
  • Plenty of space, big boot
  • Active safety features on top models
  • Unrefined manual gearbox
  • Excessive road noise at speed
  • Steering is slow and imprecise

Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
20 June 2023
James Kwan
1.3 Advance (2022)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 15.0 km/litre (6.7 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 1,800 km/month
    Soft touches: the material used in the interior although considering the price and quality, surprisingly is so soft. You know how the American average cars like Ford Focus although is not premium but when exported to Malaysia, somehow it feels premium to us? Yeah that same feeling applies too with this car.
    NVH: Not surprising that abundance of soft materials mean better NVH. Better than the Saga I must say.
    Safety features: Safety features are on par with Vios hahaha that's what my GF said. True to some extent, the safety features present in this car in some sense is one of the selling point for this car.
    Underpower: As always with any Perodua. It made me think if the Japanese are too complacent with the so-called 'perfecting the old craft' practice.
    Weight: I'm fine with lightweight provided it is proportionate to the power of the car. Can't help but to callout the wobbling effect when driving fast along the highway.
To improve
Performance and handling: Even overtaking in low speed shifting to high speed is sluggish
No, I would not recommend this car

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