Proton Perdana
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Generation P4-90B (2016-Present)

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The 2016 Perdana is based on the 8th generation Honda Accord, available in 2.0 litre and a 2.4 litre models.

The sloping roof and fastback profile culminates in a tall behind that’s very busy, to say the least. Plenty of elements competing for attention here, but the two main teams are the lamp and chrome garnish combo, and the diffuser panel, which is largely in body colour. Yes, even the exhaust tips (they’re not real) are in body colour.

The “bones” of the Perdana are unchanged from the previous-gen Accord. Hydraulic power steering (before EPS became default), all round disc brakes (fronts are ventilated), front double-wishbone suspension and rear multi-links are under the skin.

If you want the 2.4 or the top line car’s longer list of kit, you will have to like/accept the mandatory beige theme for the spacious cabin, with wood trim. The 2.0L’s interior is all black with metallic trim.

Speaking of colours, six exterior hues are available, and they are Ruby Red, Graphite Grey, Sterling Silver, Cotton White, Midnight Black and Citrine Gold.

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Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
25 September 2018
2.0L (2014)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 7.0 km/litre (14.3 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 2,000 km/month
    - A very spacious interior
    - Parking assist with 4 front sensors, 4 back sensors and reverse camera
    - Elegant looking Design
    - Two screen infotainment system gives it the accord feel
    - Sporty looking rims
    -Huge Boot space
    - the car 6 speakers are really good. base, treble is a 4.5/5. Thumbs up
    - No push to start and keyless entry for a 2016 car which is worth RM 118,000 is rather odd..
    - The Proton infotainment system lags or hangs when receive a call on Bluetooth. Very unstable system
    - 2.0 model doesn't come with Electronic Stability Control which even a Myvi or Axia these days has.
    - The fuel consumption is extremely bad. Very very bad, especially driving in town
    - The car pick up is rather poor. You really have to step the paddle till bottom to get a little speed. Extremely under powered car.
    - Car starts to have some rattling sound after a year at the boot area. Poor typical PROTON assembly. No proper QC
    - Being a 2016 car, it doesn't even have a computer to calculate fuel consumption, car range and etc. Even a Perodua Axia has all that.
    - Steering is a little heavy as it is still using the dinosaur age hydraulic power steering
    - No auto wipers
To improve
- Tune the engine and gearbox to reduce fuel consumption
- Add a computer system to calculate car fuel consumption, range and average fuel
- PLEASE improve the infotainment system which hangs and lags half of the time
- Being a 2016 car, it should have keyless entry and push to start to the least!!
- switch to electric power steering and do include ESC in the car.
No, I would not recommend this car

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