Proton Ertiga

Proton Ertiga News in Malaysia

  • Used Proton Ertiga - From RM 35k, just the right size and price for a small family

    For most car owners, moving up from your starter hatchback/sedan to accommodate a growing family typically means moving to an MPV or SUV for more space, comfort and practicality. However, besides entry-level models such as the Perodua Alza, most MPVs can become too large, especially if you have tight residential parking or prefer to drive a smaller vehicle daily instead of a large bread van. Not to mention, keep running costs low. Here’s where a used Proton Ertiga aces. A superb exercise of simp


    May 13, 2023

  • The Suzuki Ertiga Hybrid just launched in Indonesia and already accounts for over 70% of Ertiga bookings

    The first hybrid LMPV in Indonesia Hybrid accounts for 70 percent of Ertigas sold in the archipelago 1,800 bookings in the first month, exceeding the targeted 1,500 units Our Indonesian neighbours have just had the new 2022 Suzuki Ertiga Hybrid launched over there by PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales, making it the first hybrid B-segment MPV there, as reported by our sister site AutoFun. Although consisting primarily of 2 main trims, the transmission options of a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic sees


    Jul 8, 2022

  • The Toyota Rumion might look like a mini Innova, but it’s really a rebadged Suzuki Ertiga

    Suzuki is such a huge hit in India that Toyota is banking on a few rebadged models to entice buyers in the subcontinent. However, its latest rebadged Suzuki made its debut in South Africa instead. The Toyota Rumion is the third rebadged Suzuki model currently on sale as a Toyota after the Toyota Glanza/Starlet (Suzuki Baleno) and the Toyota Urban Cruiser (Suzuki Vitara Brezza). The Rumion is based on the Suzuki Ertiga which makes the Japanese giant the third company to rebadge the MPV after Mazd

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Oct 12, 2021

  • 12 of the weirdest rebadges ever – From a Chinese Gen.2 to a German Hilux

    Even though the word would make most Proton fans cringe, rebadging is pretty much part and parcel of the automotive world. Some were developed to save costs and some were meant to be temporary models while something else is in development. Previously, we took a look at some of the strangest partnerships made between car companies and even dove deep into some of them. This time, we’ll be focusing on 12 of the weirdest rebadges you may not have heard of. Also read: 9 unlikely car collaborations –

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jun 20, 2021

  • After Proton's half-hearted attempt, Toyota could rebadge Suzuki Ertiga next

    Toyota and Suzuki’s partnership will soon hit a high gear, as recent reports are saying that the Indian-market Suzuki Ertiga could be the next model to be rebadged by Toyota. Yes, the Suzuki Ertiga could be wearing a Toyota emblem soon. Recall that the first-generation Suzuki Ertiga was rebadged as the Proton Ertiga during Proton and Suzuki’s short-lived partnership. The Toyota-badged Suzuki Ertiga, similar to other current Suzuki and Toyota rebadged models, could gain a revised front grille, as


    May 31, 2021

  • Goodbye Proton Ertiga, the budget MPV many forgot existed

    The Proton Ertiga is no more as Proton has dropped the model from its line-up. The last Proton Ertiga rolled off Proton’s Tanjung Malim plant in May, with saw only 31 units assembled, including 4 units with manual transmission. These 31 units languished for a few more months at dealers, but the last unit should have been sold by the time you read this. It was a quiet and somewhat dismal end to Proton’s much-hyped but short-lived partnership with Suzuki. In total, Proton assembled just 148 units


    Sep 6, 2019

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