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Proton hasn't really had a good track record at building a small car. In its nearly 30 years of existence, it actually only made two. The Tiara, launched in 1996, was based on the ageing Citroën AX (which by then...
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-Plenty of safety equipment for the price.
-Plenty of accessories for the price.
-Fuel efficiency is a leap from all pre-VVT Proton car.
-Great handling, far surpass it main rival.
-Improved NVH refinement
-Seat are more comfortable than Myvi.
-A far more safer safety structure than rival due to UHSS used, practically no competitors use that for B-segment car.
-Jerky and not so dependable android based HUD.
-Poor CVT response, probably worst in class.
-All time CVT whining noise.
-Sub par in car visibility, especially during parking.
-Still have plenty of room to improve for the assembly QC, I had faulty boot latch, roof rubber seal, glad that they are quick to rectify the issues.
-Fuel efficiency. (it had improved a lot. but it is one of the heaviest car in B segment, still subpar compare to B segment competitor)
-Car torque response
-in car visibility,
-Add on front parking sensor.
-Punch power-train CVT need a lot more refinement, it spoil the car handling potential and fun altogether until higher speed is attained.
-Assembly quality control
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