Proton Prevé starts retailing in Indonesia

 Proton Preve launch April 2012 Having entered into the Indonesian market very recently, the Proton Prevé is today available for booking in the Republic.

The Proton Prevé, which came about in October last year when DRB-Hicom took over, first made its international debut in Australia. Followed by Thailand at November’s Motor Expo, Brunei and now Indonesia.


The Proton Prevé Indonesian edition is a premium version that features a 1.6-liter engine and 7-speed CVT transmission. Proton indicated that the Indonesian-edition Prevé comes with a German Hot Press Forming (HPF) technology that offers better protection and dependable rigidity on the car’s body structure, without comprimising on weight. Main attractions of the Prevé Premium include; Smart Information Display system, steering mounted paddle shifters, Bluetooth/iPod connectivity & navigation, auto headlights, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, reverse sensors and push start button.

The Indonesia Proton Prevé’s safety features consist of six airbags, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), Brake Assist, Traction Control and ESC (Electronic Stability Control).

On the road price for the Prevé is IDR285 million. Six color choices are available for the Prevé: ranquility Black, Solid White, Genetic Silver, Blue Lagoon, Fire Red and Elegant Brown.

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