Perodua Bezza

Perodua Bezza News in Malaysia

    • Owner Review: Simple Frugal and Economical, My own sharing pertaining the 2021 Bezza 1.0L (A)

      ** 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 InformationMy own sharing pertaining the 2021 Bezza 1.0L (A)INTRO:When it comes to cars, I am willing to trade-off anything but not functionality, practicality, comfort, reliability and fuel efficiency as these are my top priority list.DELIBERATION:I was looking for a new and affordable car to replace my ever

      LiangLiang

      Jul 30, 2022

    • If you are waiting 6 months for your new Perodua, that's because 200k buyers are also in queue

      Like many car manufacturers, Perodua too is facing severe disruption in its supply chain, leading to long waiting period for its customers. Being Malaysia’s No.1 car brand is a double-edged sword - because of the scale Perodua operates in, everything good and bad is amplified to a level few other manufacturers face.Perodua sells nearly a quarter million cars a year. For 2022, it targets to sell 247,800 units, despite the ongoing challenge in getting enough parts to build enough cars. The g

      HansHans

      Jul 7, 2022

    • 2022 Proton Saga facelift vs Perodua Bezza – Let’s debate on which is the better entry-level sedan

      Unlike the Perodua Axia which holds a monopoly on the entry-level hatchback segment, the Perodua Bezza has a rival in the sedan category, the Proton Saga. Proton’s oldest nameplate has been given a refresh this week so how will the 2022 Proton Saga facelift (MC2) match up against its viral rival? 2022 Proton Saga price and variants 1.3 Standard MT RM 34,400 1.3 Standard AT RM 38,300 1.3 Premium AT RM 41,300 1.3 Premium S AT RM 44,300 2022 Perodua

      CY FoongCY Foong

      May 14, 2022

    • The real reason why the great Shah Alam flood didn’t affect Perodua as much as Proton

      Peroduas manufacturing operations resumed 3 days after the flood Many other manufacturers faced parts shortage for more than a month Peroduas January 2022s sales is up 3 percent, despite flood, Proton down 25 percentLate Friday night on 17-December 2021, several parts on the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, including Kuala Lumpur and Selangor were inundated by a once-in-a-100-year rainfall. The ensuing flood caused huge losses of property, and 54 deaths.Shah Alam was one of the worst affected

      HansHans

      Feb 12, 2022

    • Malaysia vehicle sales down 4% in 2021, which car was the best-selling model?

      Up till a couple of years ago, it was perfectly fine for the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) to publish sales breakdown by model, but the newly-enforced Competition Act 2010 forbids MAA from doing so, claiming that it prevents cartel-like behaviour among car manufacturers.As such, some brands like Mercedes-Benz no longer share such data, while BMW only share on a quarterly basis. The list of best-selling models in Malaysia is no longer publicly available, at least not from MAA, but this t

      EricEric

      Feb 7, 2022

    • A-segment archrivals Perodua Bezza vs Proton Saga fuel consumption

      A-segment archrivals Perodua Bezza vs Proton Saga fuel consumptionIn 2019, Proton unveiled its facelifted Proton Saga with a key upgrade – a 4-speed automatic transmission that replaces the highly disliked CVT. Meanwhile, Perodua also facelifted its well-received Perodua Bezza in 2020, with a host of smart new features for this sedan that maintains its competitive edge.You can read all about how they compare to each other in this article here. Meanwhile, this article is all about the fuel

      Lio NLio N

      Jan 13, 2022

    • Fuel consumption for the 2020 Proton Saga facelift

      Fuel consumption for the 2020 Proton Saga faceliftWhen Proton facelifted the Proton Saga in 2019, the small sedan was undoubtedly a heavy hitter in the value-for-money category. Features like larger front disc brakes, a new infotainment screen, a new 4-speed AT, and many more, came with the refreshed exterior and interior, all for a price of just RM39,800 for the Proton Saga 1.3L Premium AT.At just shy of RM40k, this is the most expensive Proton Saga model, barring the one that comes with R3 cos

      Lio NLio N

      Jan 12, 2022

    • Bezza more fuel-efficient than Axia? Top 5 most efficient cars under RM 100k

      For most car buyers in Malaysia, fuel consumption is one of the key factors in their buying decision, which is why we subject every car to the WapCar fuel consumption test. To date, we’ve tested well over 40 cars and you can check out the full Ratings list here.That list, however, includes cars of all types and segments. In this article, we’re narrowing the focus to cars that are priced under RM 100k.5. Perodua Axia 1.0 AV, fuel consumption - 6.5-litre/100 kmAfter driving for 113.3 k

      ShaunShaun

      Oct 30, 2021

    • Proton wants the No.1 spot, but this is how big their models' gap from Perodua is

      Ever since 2006, Proton lost their number one spot in the market to Perodua - a position that they are currently trying to reclaim with the help of Geely. Lets see how is Proton performing in order to close the gap with Perodua.In 2020, Proton managed to shift 109,716 cars, an increase of 8.8% from 2019. In the process, Proton managed to increase its market share by 4.4%, reaching 21.1 percent.While Protons figures seem impressive, Perodua on the other hand sold 220,163 new vehicles in 2020 - mo

      EricEric

      Feb 3, 2021

    • Perodua aims to sell 240k vehicles in 2021 - Myvi and D55L to lead the charge?

      Perodua aims to sell 240,000 vehicles in 2021 - a 9% increase from the impressive 220,163 units sold last year. The company cites sustained strong demand for existing models and the sales tax (SST) exemption as key factors in achieving this goal.Prefer a sedan? Read what we think of the Bezza in this article.Peroduas sales figures last year netted them 41.6% market share of the 529,434 new cars sold in Malaysia (better known as Total Industry Volume, TIV) in 2020.Heres how each model performed f

      SanjaySanjay

      Feb 3, 2021