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Looking to buy a new Proton Persona in Malaysia? Research Proton Persona car prices, specs, safety, reviews & ratings at CarBase.my. You can also compare the Proton Persona against its rivals in Malaysia.
It’s finally here! The new Proton Persona makes its official launch debut today, the second entry in a four-model resurgence for the national carmaker that began with the new Perdana.
The Persona arrives in a t...
By now you would have realised that the 2016 Proton Persona is the star of the day, with us bringing you a live stream of the official launch this morning, and the subsequent comprehensive launch report with all the...
So here we are again – and this time it has to work. After the opening salvo that was the Proton Perdana, it’s now up to the two upcoming cars, the Persona and Saga, to show what Proton is really capable of.
- Good handling at its class (better than Vios & Honda City)
- Value for money. At less than RM60K, you get 6 airbags, leather seats, DVD player, keyless entry, push
start & stop button and other safety features
- The car does not feel underpowered in most circumstances.
- The front passenger and driver seat is comfortable because the seats are well sculptured and it will hug
you during corners
- The suspension is quite comfortable
- Rattling near the dashboard, all four doors, and handbrake
- Chirping sound has occurred near the dashboard area after 1 year of usage
- The is no adjustable headrest for the rear seat
- No armrest
- Bad sound system. The speaker cannot produce a good amount of bass due to the bad quality of DVD
- The DVD player sometimes hang
- Wind noise quite intrusive after 80 km/h
- Legroom is quite narrow due to its big seat
- The CVT is not 100% smooth because it will jerk during low speed and becomes noisy during high speed
- Add more insulation foam to the doors and dashboard to avoid rattling
- Proton should fix quality materials into the car's interior
- Better use Jatco CVT instead of Punch CVT
- Add armrest to the car
- Replace fix headrest to adjustable headrest for the rear seats
- Improve the NVH level
- Replace the DVD player
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