Perodua Myvi Automatic Rental | Note: Discount available for the longer period. Select your booking period to get a discount. The car images for illustration purposes only actual product may vary.
Discount: [ 3-6 Days: RM160 | Weekly: RM140 | Monthly: RM100 ]
The Perodua Myvi is a B-segment Automobile Created by Malaysian Maker Perodua since 2005. Depending on the Daihatsu Boon (also branded as the Daihatsu Sirion, Toyota Passo and Subaru Justy), the Myvi is the consequence of Perodua’s cooperation with both Toyota and Daihatsu.
The Perodua Myvi has become the best-selling car in Malaysia for 8 consecutive years, between 2006 and 2013 respectively.
The 2015 Myvi will be produced in six versions, in two engine and transmission alternatives, namely the 1.3L Standard G manual and automatic, 1.3L Premium X automatic, 1.5L SE manual and automatic and 1.5L Advance automatic.
The powertrain remains largely unchanged over the pre-facelift Myvi, with the four-cylinder 1.3L K3-VE and 1.5L 3SZ-VE engines developing 89 hp with 117 Nm, and 102 hp with 136 Nm respectively.
The four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmissions also have been carried over in the pre-facelift model.
The most crucial changes in the facelifted Perodua Myvi would amount to the greater equipment and kit levels throughout the range.
The 1.3L and 1.5L versions are distinguished with exceptional bumpers and alloy rims.
The 1.3L Standard G version, the base model of the range, is fitted with a simple radio with CD-player head unit, while the more expensive 1.3L Premium X and 1.5L SE models add MP3/WMA, USB and Bluetooth capabilities.
The range-topping 1.5L Advance version comes with a multimedia system and navigation, in addition to a reverse camera. Both 1.3L versions are fitted with conventional fabric chairs, while the 1.5L SE sports material semi-bucket chairs, which is leather-wrapped from the 1.5L Advance.
The 1.3L versions are fitted with conventional halogen headlamps, whereas the 1.5L versions feature projector headlamps with guide lights, a first for a B-segment Malaysian-made vehicle.
Other new developments include the well-received anti-snatch hook initially found in the Perodua Axia, in addition to a retractable cup holder under the driver’s right side air-cond port.