The 2021 Proton Iriz 1.3 Standard CVT insurance price in Malaysia 2022 is RM 1,296, more about 2021 Proton Iriz 1.3 Standard CVT insurance renewal cost, package discounts, benefits, etc.
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15,880 units delivered is the most since July 2013 as production recovery continues Export sales achieve highest volume in 113 months prior to launch in South AfricaNational car maker Proton continued its uptick in delivery numbers in August as production volume continued to recover from a slow start to the year. With 15,880 units delivered (domestic + export), the company achieved its best sales month since July 2013, a gap of 109 months, and remains focused on ending 2022 with a fourth consecu
Proton sells 11,477 units in July as production volume concerns ease. Export sales exceeds total volume for 2021 for five months to go in 2022.National car maker Proton created history as the Proton X50 set a new monthly sales volume record and grabbed the title of best-selling vehicle in Malaysia for July 2022. This achievement ensures Proton retains its position as the leader in the hotly contested SUV segment and is also the first time such a vehicle has led the overall market in sales volume
Back in late 2020, Team RX Racing, a rallycross team based in the UK announced that it will be competing in rallycross tournaments around the world in a specially-modified Proton Iriz in 2021. Unfortunately, the car couldn’t be completed in time and the team competed in a Ford Fiesta instead.However, all hopes of a Proton competing in an international rallycross tournament aren’t dashed as Team RX Racing finally got the hot-blooded Iriz they were anticipating in 2022. The Iriz RX is
** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysiahttps://forum.wapcar.my/Basic information of my car:Manufacture Dec 2012, Registered March 2013. Proton Exora CFE, RM 77kReasons why I bought this carThe only MPV with Turbo engineCar Selection ProcessI had a budget of Rm100kModels that I’ve considered included to Toyota Innova.Reasons why I chose this carTurbo engine, spacious int
Saga, X70, X50 round off top three sales Pakistan is biggest export market 41% better sales than last monthNational car maker Proton ended a challenging first quarter of 2022 with reduced sales as a combination of flood affected local vendors, disruptions to logistics and a chip shortage conspired against their efforts.The situation is improving and the outlook for the second quarter is positive but the overall sales numbers for the first three months of the year reflect the challenges the compa
Malaysians said goodbye to these 12 models in 2021 Some were discontinued due to poor sales, others due to age Which will you miss fondly?Once again, the big blue planet that we currently reside on has made its full orbit around the sun and the year 2020 v2.0 2021 ends. While some might remain optimistic that 2022 might be better with a huge array of upcoming models, we’d like to dedicate this article to the cars that won’t make it into the new year.Some of these models were revered
There is a good chance that Proton has improved the Iriz’s safety features, as the B-segment hatchback was awarded with a 5-star rating by ASEAN NCAP under the new 2017 – 2020 protocol.
A quick recap: in order for a car to score a 5-star rating under the new 2017 – 2020 protocol, it must be equipped with some form of advanced driver assistance features, be it autonomous braking or blind spot warning.
As such, all signs seem to point to the fact that Proton has fitted the Iriz with some these features – hopefully putting it on par with the Perodua Myvi.
If all goes as plan, Proton could introduce the updated Iriz as soon as February. That said, with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic current wreaking havoc on the automotive industry, the updated Iriz’ debut could be delayed to April.
Long story short, developing an entirely new platform isn’t cheap.