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We've seen the spyshots and teasers, and we've even driven it, but now it's finally time for the new 2016 Proton Saga to face the world. The budget sedan has officially been launched at the Setia City Convention Cen...
The 2016 Proton Saga is here, with the nameplate first making its debut in 1985. 31 years later, the latest Saga is available in four variants at launch: Standard (MT), Standard (AT), Executive (AT) and Premium (AT)...
After plenty of spyshots and a teaser video that showed the full car, Proton has finally pulled the covers off its most important new car yet, the 2016 Proton Saga. We brought you an exclusive live stream of the lau...
Here we are again with the 2016 Proton Saga, a model that Proton’s deputy CEO Datuk Radzaif Mohamed describes as the national carmaker’s “most important model” yet. There’s a lot of history with the namepl...
The Proton Saga - a nameplate that has been with the first national carmaker for more than three decades, and recognised as the first-ever national car. The one that started it all. It is a car that is familiar to a...
-the price is ok
-feel planted on the road, control is firm with nicely weighted steering for speed.
-downshift feels as its a convensial 5speed auto. quite crisp fo a cvt.
-engine and transmission is has been reduced significanly.
accelerations is not its best , need to be hard on the throttle.
throttle calibration is somewhat too long in foot travel as if giving an impression of the car is weak in response. unless the car if fitted with e-drive / electronic throttle controller to boost the throttle's signal so we need not to press the throttle pedal way near to the floor. e-throttle make it lively.
- fuel consumption is just average. for daily drive its between 18.5 to 20 cents / km.
- the seats design is thin especially back support. (space saving) feels less cushioned . flat and lumbar support is nonexistence. quiet serious for a long hour trip. ( ergonomic - safety and health )
-its high time for high compression engine.
-need to back to the drawing board for a good automotive seat design considering ergonomic / health / safety.
. at least seat contour to the shape that support your lumbar considerably, foreign car has no issue in this.
-one touch turn signal like in exora is a good proposition.
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