Perodua Alza

RM 62,500 - 75,500


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CVT Transmission
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Perodua Alza Price List (Variants)

The 2023 - 2024 Perodua Alza is offered in 3 variants - which are priced from RM 62,500 to RM 75,500, the base model of alza is 2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 X which is at a price of RM 62,500 and the top variant of Perodua Alza is 2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 AV which is offered at a price of RM 75,500.

  • 2022 Perodua Alza AV 1.5
    RM 74,500

    RM 816 /month

    18,408 km  /  1.5 years  /  Bayan Lepas

  • 2019 Perodua Alza SE 1.5
    RM 53,800

    RM 590 /month

    73,385 km  /  5 years  /  Melaka

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The latest Perodua Alza for 2022/2023 has been merged with new Toyota Avanza/Veloz and Daihatsu Xenia, both of which are bestsellers in Indonesia, and is the second model underpinned by the Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA). This new D27A Perodua Alza is available in three variants, the X, H, and AV, and all three are powered by the latest engine available in the Perodua Myvi facelift: the 1.5-litre DVVT-i engine that is mated to a D-CVT gearbox.

The prices for the variants OTR without insurance, and without SST exemption, are:

Perodua Alza X – RM62,500
Perodua Alza H – RM68,000
Perodua Alza AV – RM75,500


Though the new Perodua Alza is the same car as the Toyota Avanza/Veloz and Daihatsu Xenia, the Perodua Alza’s design is unique to itself. The front grille and front bumper are distinct, as are the rear bumpers, the headlamps and rear lights, as well as the wheel design.

Perodua has chosen to bring the Perodua Alza closer to the ground to give the 7-seater a more car-like appearance, and compared to the Toyota Avanza, the Perodua Alza is 45 mm closer to the ground. This makes the Perodua Alza rather sporty in appearance. 

2022 Perodua Alza Dimensions
Length 4,425 mm
Width 1,730 mm
Height 1,660 mm
Wheelbase 2,750 mm


Due to the 205 mm increase in length and 35 mm increase in width relative to the outgoing generation, the new second-generation Perodua Alza is roomier inside and has more space for people and cargo. When the second row seats are pushed all the way back, legroom is also increased by 115 mm more than the previous Perodua Alza. Meanwhile, the opening of the rear door is 90 mm wider than before as well, while the second row seats feature a one-touch-tumble folding mechanism for easy access to the rear bench.

The Perodua Alza X, as the base variant, is purely bare and utilitarian inside. Seats are finished in fabric, there are no buttons on the steering, and the infotainment system unit feels like it has come from the 80s, though it does have a USB port for additional media input. It doesn’t even have a rear demister.

As for the Perodua Alza H, the demister makes a welcome return, and in the Perodua Alza AV, the cabin comes in a two-tone colourway, with a dark red section that stretches across the dashboard to the doors. Seats in the Perodua Alza AV are finished in two-tone semi-leather, and the steering is complete with an array of buttons. 


In the safety department, every variant of the Perodua Alza comes with ASA 3.0, which includes Pre-collision Warning, Pre-collision Braking, Front Departure Alert, and Pedal Misoperation Control. Other ‘fancier’ safety equipment are also standard, like the Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, and six airbags.

The Perodua Alza AV gets semi-autonomous talents too, with the addition of the Lane Keep Control, Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind-spot Monitor, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

Lighting up the way for the Perodua Alza X are LED headlamps and Auto High Beam, as well as Leaving Home and Follow Me Home functions, while every light at the rear are LEDs. As for the Perodua Alza H and Perodua Alza AV, they both have the additional Adaptive Driving Beam that is packaged with sequential turn signals.

As the highest variant, the Perodua Alza AV also comes with an Electronic Parking Brake with auto brake hold, and a 360-degree panoramic view monitor.


The 2NR-VE 1.5-litre 4-cylinder naturally aspirated engine is found on every variant of the Perodua Alza, making 105 hp (106 PS) and 138 Nm of torque at 4,200 rpm. This dual VVT-i Euro 4-compliant powerplant is mated to a D-CVT gearbox that was first seen in the Perodua Ativa, and is the world’s first split-gear CVT.

Driving Performance

There is no data available for the century sprint and top speed of the new Perodua Alza. However, as the MPV is a people-mover, the ride and suspension is tuned towards comfort, and not spirited drives.

Ride Comfort

Due to the increase in length and width over the previous generation, going places in the new Perodua Alza is much more comfortable that the first generation model. Boot space is 137 litres, and if the third row is folded, cargo space goes up to 498 litres. What’s more, the second row can fold down for a fully-flat cargo bay, and the front passenger seat can fully recline backwards to carry really long items.

All this makes the new Perodua Alza remarkably practical, not just to carry people, but also to ferry cargo when the need arises.

Fuel Economy

The combination of the 1.5-litre engine and D-CVT gives the new Perodua Alza a stated fuel consumption of 22 km/l, or 4.55 l/100km, on what Perodua is calling the Malaysian Driving Cycle. On the more familiar NEDC, the rating is 18.9 km/l.


Since order books opened in late June, Perodua has taken 30,000 bookings for the new Perodua Alza. It’s not surprising, as the second-generation Perodua Alza is more advanced, safer, efficient, and is the most affordable new 7-seater available to the local market. Kudos to Perodua, especially on giving the full suite of safety equipment even on the lowest X variant.

The fuel consumption of new 2023 Perodua Alza in Malaysia is 5.29 litres per 100 km,andthe manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of 2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 X is 5.29 litres per 100 km, the manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of 2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 H is 5.29 litres per 100 km, andthe manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of 2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 AV is 5.29 litres per 100 km.

Fuel Type Transmission Fuel Consumption
Petrol(1496cc)CVT5.29 L/100km

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What are the competitors of the Alza?

Besides the Alza, you can try these:

Perodua Aruz - Starting at RM 72,900
Toyota Avanza - Starting at RM 77,963  

What features are on the Alza?

It is the cheapest 7-seater and offers good fuel economy and storage spaces. However, it lacks modern safety features, much less creature comforts like better infotainment system. Only two airbags, no ESC.  

How much is the Perodua Alza?

The Perodua Alza is priced as below:

1.5 S (MT) - RM 51,490
1.5 S (AT) - RM 54,290
1.5 SE (AT) - RM 56,890
1.5 Advance (AT) - RM 62,690