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168 variants found in Malaysia

  • 2 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.5E
        RM 75,479TBC
        RM 1,358TBC
      • 2019 1.5G
        RM 82,475TBC
        RM 1,484TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.5E
        RM 80,074TBC
        RM 1,441TBC
      • 2019 1.5G
        RM 86,132TBC
        RM 1,550TBC
  • 1 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.5S+
        RM 84,849TBC
        RM 1,527TBC
  • 1 variants found
      • 2019 | 2.4 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 VGT Adventure X
        RM 135,200TBC
        RM 2,433TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2017 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2017 Comfort 6AT
        RM 87,246TBC
        RM 1,570TBC
      • 2017 Premium 6AT
        RM 90,163TBC
        RM 1,622TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.5G AT
        RM 88,314TBC
        RM 1,589TBC
      • 2019 1.5S AT
        RM 91,885TBC
        RM 1,653TBC
  • 2 variants found
  • 1 variants found
      • 2018 | 1.6 L | Naturally-aspirated

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        Monthly Payment

      • 2018 HEV Plus
        RM 115,888TBC
        RM 2,085TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.8 L | Naturally-aspirated

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.8 V
        RM 113,421TBC
        RM 2,041TBC
      • 2019 1.8 RS
        RM 118,581TBC
        RM 2,134TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2020 | 1.5 L | Turbocharged

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2020 1.5 TC
        RM 125,081TBC
        RM 2,251TBC
      • 2020 1.5 TC Premium
        RM 134,661TBC
        RM 2,423TBC
  • 3 variants found
      • 2018 | 2.0 L | Naturally-aspirated

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2018 2.0E (A)
        RM 110,034TBC
        RM 1,980TBC
      • 2018 2.0G (A)
        RM 117,364TBC
        RM 2,112TBC
      • 2018 2.0X (A)
        RM 127,126TBC
        RM 2,288TBC
  • 2 variants found
      • 2019 | 1.8 L | Naturally-aspirated

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 1.8E
        RM 123,971TBC
        RM 2,231TBC
      • 2019 1.8G
        RM 134,505TBC
        RM 2,421TBC
  • 1 variants found
  • 3 variants found
      • 2019 | 2.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 2.5 4WD
        RM 146,731TBC
        RM 2,641TBC
  • 1 variants found
  • 4 variants found
      • 2019 | 2.5 L | Turbocharged

        Car Price

        Monthly Payment

      • 2019 2.5L TURBO
        RM 174,852TBC
        RM 3,147TBC
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