The Perodua Alza S, which is replacing the standard variant Alza, has these exterior additions: front, rear & side skirtings, spoilers, rear combination lights with clear lens and fog lights. On the inside, the MPV from Perodua receives a steering leather wrap including an audio switch, an audio system with USB & Bluetooth and a meter panel with white illumination.
The full Alza line-up comes in “Passion Red”, “Ebony Black”, “Mystical Purple”, “Glittering Silver” and “Ivory White”, while the “Metallic Electric Blue” is reserved for the Alza S type.
Perodua MyVi Premium XS 1.3-liter continues to push the title as best seller in the country
For the Myvi Premium XS 1.3 liter, Perodua introduced a sportier image with GearUp skirtings at the front, side and rear, as well as projector headlights with guide lights. Although the price remains relatively within the expected range for the Premium XS, the updated MyVi probably comes at an appropriate time in the current challenging economic conditions of this country.
The so-called MyVi Premium XS comes with new fabric seats and the interior is finished off with a dark accent. In looks, the MyVi Premium doesn’t differ a whole lot from the previous installment.
The Alza S solid color is priced at RM52,332 for the manual transmission and RM55,332 for the automatic transmission, while the Myvi Premium XS 1.3 liter solid color is priced at RM48,862.16, and is only available in automatic transmission. Both variants, along with all the Perodua variants, have a 5-year warranty. Perodua expects the Alza and MyVi to pick up a combined sales of 10,900 units per month in an annual forecast.