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The Perodua Axia is a five-door hatchback created by Malaysian automobile manufacturer, Perodua. The car takes over the name of being the most inexpensive car in Malaysia in the Viva.
The Axia is the first model to début out of Perodua’s all-new second mill in Rawang, Selangor.The title ‘Axia’, which is pronounced ‘a-zee-a’ or ‘A-xia’, comes from the term Asia.
The letter ‘x’ in ‘Axia’ also signifies the number ten, as the Axia is Perodua’s tenth version.
The Perodua Axia was crash tested by the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asia (ASEAN NCAP), also has claimed a 4-Star rating, thus becoming the next Perodua model to score a 4-Star evaluation after the Alza.
The Perodua Axia Standard G, SE and Advance versions are equipped with an Anti-lock braking system (ABS) with Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) and Brake assist (BA).
The more affordable, no-frills Axia Standard E version isn’t equipped with the above features. The Axia is equipped with two airbags for all versions.
On 20 January 2017, ABS and EBD were added to the facelifted Standard G trim model as standard. Halogen projector headlights were also made standard across all trim levels.
The ASEAN NCAP has yet to declare the official scores to the Perodua Axia, but it is supposed that the 4-Star rating is only appropriate for the Axia Standard G, SE and Advance variations.
The Perodua Axia will only be provided with one petrol engine, the 998cc 12-valve DOHC 1KR-DE2 l3, sourced from Toyota and Daihatsu but is redesigned by Perodua.
The new 1.0 litre engine provides 66 hp (49 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 90 Nm (66 lb ft) of torque at 3,600 rpm.
It’s Perodua’s first engine to be made with aluminium components, which are lighter than their cast iron equivalents. Because of this, the new 1KR-DE2 engine weighs 69 kg, or 10 kg less than the old 989cc EJ-VE engine at the Perodua Viva.
Contrary to the 1KR-FE engine, The 1KR-DE from the Axia isn’t equipped with Toyota’s Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) technology. The sole 1.0L engine at the Axia is paired with a choice of two transmissions, a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic respectively.
Perodua claims that the Axia is capable of reaching to 21.6 km/L with the guide, and 20.1 km/L using the automated while in ‘ECO Mode’.
All Axias will come equipped with an Electric Power Steering (EPS) system for increased ease of steering, along with enhanced fuel-efficiency.
The Perodua Axia became the first car to be eligible under Malaysia’s 2014 National Automotive Policy (NAP) Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) fuel-efficiency criteria on its late 2014 launch.