With three variants offered, the Malaysian twin to the Toyota Veloz/Avanza and Daihatsu Xenia is more jammed-packed compared to its predecessor. It also seems that Perodua is keeping the Alza name after all with a cool, 80’s rockstar-style font for its badge.
The three variants are the base X, the middle-spec H, and the top-of-the-line AV. All three are powered by a 1.5-litre engine that is paired to a D-CVT automatic. Perodua claims the 7-seater has a fuel consumption of 22 km/L (4.55 L/100 km) with ECO Idle system turned on.
The all-new Alza also has a luggage capacity of 137 litres with all 7 seats up but that is increased to a whopping 498 litres with the third-row seats folded.
Standard features on all three variants are LED headlights, digital front A/C, manual rear A/C, 6 airbags and Advanced Safety Assist (ASA) which features:
Pre-Collision Assist Brake (for vehicle and pedestrian)
Being the base model, the X variant seems barebones with an LCD multi-info display (MID), standard audio, manual retractable side mirrors, and only has the basic Perodua Smart Drive Assist (PSDA) pack which includes:
Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
Lane Departure Prevention (LDP)
Auto High Beam (AHB)
Moving up to the mid-range H nets you automatic headlights, auto-retractable side mirrors, a 7” TFT display, a 9” audio display infotainment, and enhanced PSDA features including: