Proton Exora

RM 59,800 - 66,800 TBC
C-Segment MPV | 1.6T

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Cheapest MPV with electronic stability control.
Platform and powertrain is old, but handling and comfort is still better than a Perodua Aruz/Alza.
Spacious, one-touch folding middle row seats for easy access into third row, comes with rear A/C.

Proton Exora Pros&Cons

Pros
Cons
  • Excellent value for money - getting a lot for very little money
  • Cheapest turbocharged MPV in Malaysia
  • Rear air-conditioning for second and third row passengers
  • Dated, thirsty powertrain combination
  • Only Premium variants gets stability control
  • 2 airbags for all variants. No more 4 airbag variant

Proton Exora Gallery

Proton Exora Reviews

  • 2019 Proton Exora front quarter shot 2019 Proton Exora Gallery

    Design

    Throughout the years the car has been on sale, the Proton Exora has not change much. The latest version saw the addition of a sporty black roof and stylish black skirtings.

    Dimensions

    The Proton Exora measures in at 4,160 x 1,809 x 1,691 x 2,730 mm in length, width, height, and wheelbase.

    2019 Proton Exora Dimensions
    Length 4,160 mm
    Width 1,809 mm
    Height 1,691 mm
    Wheelbase 2,730 mm

    2019 Proton Exora side view

    Lighting

    Both Executive and Premium variants are equipped with halogen headlights but only the Premium variant gets DRLs and rear fog lamps.

    Wheels

    The Proton Exora rides on 16-inch wheels.

  • 2019 Proton Exora interior

    Centre Console

    The Exora's interior is strangely devoid cubby sapce even though there is plenty of space to fit more functional spaces. Instead, the MPV gets shallow storage spaces and spaces too far to reach sitting upright on the seats.

    Dashboard

    Though Proton has done what they can to improve the MPV's dashboard quality, the plastic still rough to touch.

    2019 Proton Exora boot space

    Space 

    The Exora gets legroom and headroom aplenty, even for the third row passengers.

    Boot

    Unfortunately, all the space in the car seems to have been dedicated to the passengers as the boot space is close to non-existence.

  • 2019 Proton Exora infotainment head unit 2019 Proton Exora Specs and Features

    Safety Features

    During one of the Exora's many updates, Proton has added Electric Stability Control into the car, though there are still only 2 airbags. (At RM 66k, the Proton Exora is the cheapest MPV to feature ESC)

    Comfort Features

    Though not the most comfortable cabin, the Premium variant's semi-leather seats are small touches that Proton has added in an effort to make the car more comfortable.

    Infotainment

    In the latest update, the Exora gained an advanced 7-inch touchscreen head unit that connects to 4G and WiFi with Hi Proton features like online music streaming, navigation and even weather forecast.

  • 2019 Proton Exora engine

    Engine

    Since the facelift in 2016, the Exora's 1.6-litre engine gained a turbo to allow the car more push to shove. It now produces 140 ps and 205 Nm.

    2019 Proton Exora Engine
    1.6-litre Turbocharge petrol engine  140 ps @ 5,000 rpm 205 Nm @ 2,000 - 4,000 rpm

    Transmission

    Like its fellow Proton siblings, the Exora's 1.6-litre engine is also mated to a CVT.

    Four-wheel drive system

    The Proton Exora is powered by its front wheels.

  • 2019 Proton Exora moving View the 2019 Proton Exora Review

    Acceleration Time 

    As the Proton Exora is a heavy MPV, Proton added the turbo to help the car roll off the line faster allowing the Exora to make the century sprint in 11 seconds.

    Braking Distance 

    It takes the Proton Exora 15 seconds to come to a complete stand still from 0-100-0 km/h.

    2019 Proton Exora front wheel

    Engine Performance 

    The Proton Exora is too heavy for the car to respond fast. As it is heavy, it eliminates any jerks in the performance.

    Transmission Performance 

    While it is reported that Proton's CVTs are jerky units, it is barely noticeable on the Exora.

    Steering and Handling 

    Unlike most cars, the Exora uses a hydraulic power steering instead of an electric power steering instead. And the effects is strangely heavy, definitely not a car that is easy to drive around the city's tight parking lots.

  • 2019 Proton Exora front seat

    Sound Proofing

    The Proton Exora's sound proofing measures in at 69 decibels going at 90 km/h while 110 km/h sound levels measures at 70 decibels.

    Passenger Comfort

    The Exora is first and foremost a family car, and despite the heavy steering, the Exora is a very comfortable car for its occupants. The Macpherson struts at the front and torsion beams in the back are set just right to eliminate all possible portholes.

  • 2019 Proton Exora fuel lid

    Fuel Consumption 

    The Exora returns 9.8-litres / 100km in a mix of stop-go traffic and highway cruising. While new cars are coming equipped with turbochargers for better fuel consumption, the car's turbocharger is one to give the car more power instead of fuel efficiency purposes.

  • 2019 Proton Exora rear quarter moving shot

    With the Exora packed to the brim with all the latest tech, it's not surprising that the car is Malaysia's best-selling MPV. It was already a winner thanks to the abundance of space, but the latest update saw the addition of Hi Proton and 4G+WiFi services it now amplifies value for money.

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