Three variants are offered in Egypt, namely the 1.3 Standard MT, 1.3 Standard AT, and 1.3 Premium AT. As the name implies, all three variants are powered by a naturally-aspirated 1.3-litre (1,332 cc, not the Pakistan Saga’s 1,299 cc unit) petrol engine that does 95 PS and 120 Nm, hooked up to a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.
Safety equipment include twin airbags, ABS, EBD, and Brake Assist. Unlike the Malaysian-spec cars, the Egypt-spec Saga lacks front parking sensors and stability control. Even the range-topping 1.3 Premium AT does not get ESC.
While the Egypt-spec Proton Saga lacks stability control, it does offer a multi-mode air-conditioning blower and a heater – both of which aren’t available on the Malaysian-spec car.
In Egypt, the 2021 Proton Saga is priced from EGP 166,900 (~RM 43k) for the base model, before topping out at EGP 202,900 (~RM 52k) for the range-topping Premium variant.
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