Proton

Proton is Malaysia's first car manufacturer that was established in 1983. With Geely as a strategic partner, Proton introduced its first SUV model, the X70. Proton is headquartered in Shah Alam with a manufacturing plant in Tanjung Malim. Popular models on sale include the Saga, Persona, Iriz, and X70. Find the latest news, review, prices, specifications, and promos for all Proton models currently on sale.

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Proton Cars ListPrice
Proton Saga PriceRM 34,800 - 44,800
Proton Iriz PriceRM 40,300 - 54,000
Proton Persona PriceRM 45,200 - 54,900
Proton Ertiga PriceNot On Sale
Proton Exora PriceRM 59,800 - 69,800
Proton X50 PriceRM 79,200 - 103,300
Proton X70 PriceRM 98,800 - 128,800
Proton Perdana PriceNot On Sale
Proton Preve PriceNot On Sale
Proton Suprima S PriceNot On Sale
Proton V70 PriceUpcoming
Proton X90 PriceUpcoming
Proton S50 PriceUpcoming
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Proton Cars in Malaysia

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Proton News in Malaysia

New engines coming for Proton Persona, Iriz, Exora, maybe Saga too - between 2023 to 2027

Proton ageing range of homegrown models, the Proton Saga, Persona, Iriz, and Exora, will be getting some much needed upgrades in their powertrain within the next 5 years, according to Proton’s Deputy CEO Roslan Abdullah. When talking about the new and improved Proton under the stewardship of Geely, the Proton X50 and X70 get the limelight but as good as these two models are, it is important to remember that around 60 percent of Proton’s sales come from the ageing Proton Persona, Iriz, Exora, and

Proton is now No.6 in ASEAN, reiterates Top-3 marque in region by 2027 goal

When Geely took over 49.9 percent of Proton, it stated a bold promise of turning around the ailing Malaysian national car maker into the third biggest car brand in Southeast Asia’s ASEAN trade bloc – which comprises of 10 member countries. Five years into the 10-year plan, Proton finished 2022 with 141,432 cars sold, giving it a 19.6 percent market share in Malaysia. That’s still very far off from the 2027 goal, which calls for 400,000 units. In contrast, Perodua finished 2022 with 282,019 units

Proton Commerce had a record-breaking 2022, aims to be the lead financier for 2023

While Proton itself had a successful 2022 with a fourth consecutive year of growth pushed that saw total sales of 141,432 units, its financing arm, Proton Commerce, had an equally prosperous year. Proton’s total sales saw retain second place in the local sales table with the most units sold since 2013. A lot of that success was courtesy of Proton Commerce capitalising on the growth in sales that led to a record-breaking number of loan disbursements. Having been incorporated on 27 October 2003, P

Owner review: The rare and forgotten gem, My Proton Persona 1.6 Standard MT 2019

Basic information about my car: Proton Persona 1.6 Standard MT 2019 Reasons why I bought this car: Due to my work, I need a car with stable chasis, big interior space, and a car with adequate all round performance. I am also favour of 2019 Persona exterior design. Car selection process - I had a budget of: RM30K ~ RM 60 - Models that I have considered include: Proton Inspira & Persona Reasons why I chose this car: This car is the first car that I ever purchased myself, hence I prefer vehicle wit

Owner Review: Proton C segment hatchback, My 2013 Suprima S

Basic information about my car: 2013 Proton Suprima S Reasons why I bought this car: Even though this car is launched in 2013, but I think the design of this car still hold itselfs and does not feel outdated in 2022. I like the DRL element very much, along with the hot hatch vibe. This car also have decent rear boot space and basic safety feature. Car selection process - I had a budget of: RM 40,000 Reasons why I chose this car: I am attracted by the design. It has blue colour that are similar t

Owner Review: It is supposed to be Cheap and Good, My 2018 Proton Saga VVT 1.3 MT

Basic information about my car: 2018 Proton Saga VVT 1.3 M.T (Standard) Reasons why I bought this car: 1. Mainly getting to college when I moved to KL to study. 2. Ferry my sister or any family members as required. 3. Going outstation or driving around when needed. (Basically the most basic purpose a car is used for) Car selection process ● I had a budget of: 30K. ● Models that I have considered include: None. Was not into cars back then. ● Reasons why I chose this car: 1. Likely the cheapest ne

Proton Videos in Malaysia

Why did I Buy a 2022 Proton Saga Premium S?

First Accessories & Modification on My 2022 Proton Saga Premium S!

2022 Proton Saga MC2 Premium S in Malaysia, Updated to Fight The Bezza!

2022 Proton X50 Executive 1.5T MPI Review in Malaysia, Get This Instead of the Flagship!

New Comfort & Fuel Saving Tyres for Our Reader's Proton X50, Bridgestone Ecopia H/L 001!

Proton Comparison

Proton User Reviews

4.2

2019 Proton Persona 1.6 Standard CVT

Pros
1. Smooth handling. I tried driving vios and city. So far, proton’s handling is the best. 2. Large trunk. I can fit many things in the trunk including my bicycle. 3. Modern design. I think this is the first modern design that Proton introduce to public. I was amazed when I saw the Fazura and zul ariffin ads driving persona. Memang mempersonakan! 4. The driver’s seat fit my body the best. So I don’t experience stiff neck for a long drive. 5. Of course affordable maintenance! The major service was just RM700! 6. The dashboard meter. I love the combination of analog and digital. It gives an urban feel when you drive the car. 7. Complete safety feature! Equipped with EBD, ABS, BA, Hill Hold Assist and Traction Control for all variants. Hill Hold Assist is a real deal here. You don't have to worry driving in a jam at Cameron highlands!
Cons
1. Small leg room. If you are large, you have to push your seat backwards and it will jeopardise the passengers at the back leg room. Major disappointment! 2. Small rim. Well the overall design of persona is amazing! But it became odd when you equipped it with small 15 inch rim. Major turn off. 3. Not so economically fuel save. My city use up to 7.1L/100KM or 14KM/1L. I think proton can do better in terms of fuel consumption to make it competitive with perodua. 4. The performance is not consistent. Sometimes when I hit the pedal it perfomed very well especially during morning and night. At times, it is underpowered especially when you drive it under hot scorching sun. Well, i think the weather temperature plays important roles in driving performance. 5. The rear door design. I find it difficult to exit the car if I seat at the back. Because my leg will stuck at the below side of the door mcm ada penghadang and it quite high. I have to angkat my kaki kalau nak keluar. Maybe sebab I gemuk mungkin? Hahaha 6. No arm rest. Like really? I think arm rest is very vital to ensure comfortable drive. I bought cheap OEM arm rest and fit perfectly my cik sona. But I have to sacrifice 1 of the cupholder la.
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4.3

2022 Proton Saga 1.3 Premium AT

Pros
1. Really good nvh and comfort 2. Really good infotainment system considering the price 3. Really stable car 4. Good speaker sound system 5. Huge and enough bootspace 6. Good reverse camera considering the price
Cons
1.Average fuel consumption( 8.7L/100km in city drive) 2. Stock headlight is really dim and terrrible(need to change on our own) 3. Interior at night is really dark 4. No major faulty problem or rattling noises but could have better QC 5. No heat insulation for bootspace.
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4.2

2021 Proton Iriz 1.3 Standard CVT

Pros
1. Great stability especially when the 1.3L now equipped with 15” wheels 2. The newly revised Cvt is nice with eco/normal/sport mode 3. Doesn’t feel like a low spec car 4. Relaxed city drive can get down to 5.5L/km or less 5. Seats are amazing, very supportive
Cons
1. Received the car with some factory defects. Otherwise it’s all good 2. With hard acceleration the FC can get up to 10L/km even for 1.3L engine 3. Just a tad of underpowered feeling from 0km/h due to the weight of the car
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4.5

2020 Proton X70 1.8 Standard 2WD

Pros
Smooth rides and road holding around corners and bends
Cons
Due to the higher fuel consumption of city driving, sligthe engine is better suited to long-distance Sight
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3.2

2020 Proton X70 1.8 Premium X 2WD

Pros
Comfort in big car .. space ..seat .. safety wise ok
Cons
Spare part waiting period (don't know when the spare part is coming .even service centre do know)... fuel consumption ...
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Proton Car FAQs in Malaysia

How much is a Proton car in Malaysia?

The cheapest Proton car price is the Proton Saga RM 34,800 and the highest price is the Proton X70 RM 128,800

How many models does Proton have?

Proton has 13 models and 24 variants for you to choose from.

Does Proton have an SUV model?

Proton SUV Cars: Proton X70, Proton X50, Proton X90