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Published on July 31st, 2013 | by Kesavan

2013 Proton Exora Review – The Good and The Bad

2013 Proton Exora Review – The Good and The Bad Kesavan

Family MPV

Fuel Consumption
Quality (Interior & Exerior)
Value for Money



Pretty Standard

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Proton Exora is the first Malaysia’s home grown MPV. It started production in the late 2008 and is still being manufactured now. Proton Exora first received facelift back in December 2011.

The Key Feature of the Proton Exora:

*CFE PERFORMANCE: A 1.6L Charged Fuel Efficiency (CFE) Engine performs just as well as 2.0L engine. (Thats what they say)

*ELECTRIC FOLDABLE WING MIRRORS: Electric foldable wing mirrors make parking in tight spots easier. (Only for the Premium CVT variant)

*LUXURIOUS INTERIOR: Leather wraps on steering and seating for maximum comfort. (Only for the Premium CVT variant)

*OUTSTANDING CONVENIENCE: GPS navigator directs you to wherever you want to go. (Only for the Premium CVT variant)

The Good and The Bad of Proton Exora:

The Good:

* The car is generally spacious and good for a big family (7 seats)

* A value for money MPV (goes well with big families)

* The riding and handling does feels good

The Bad: 

* Quality of the cabin is nothing to be ‘WoW-ed’ at

* They say is a 1.6L and it performance as well as a 2.0L engine.. Well they lied 

* Not a reliable car

The Price of The Proton Exora is as stated below:

* Exora 1.6 (M) = RM60 012

* Exora Bold 1.6 (M) = RM66 762

*Exora Bold 1.6 CFE Standard = RM68 550

* Exora Bold 1.6 = RM71 762

* Exora Bold 1.6 CFE Premium = RM19 562

* Exora 1.6 Prime CFE = RM89 012

For more prices of other Proton Cars : Up-To-Date Proton Pricelist 2013

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