If you’re a Myvi fan (or looking to buy a brand new version), then we have some good news for you!
Malaysia’s beloved Myvi has apparently gotten a makeover and will be up for bookings starting Thursday (9th November)!
Local netizens caught a glimpse of what to expect from the newest model after Perodua posted a sneak peek on their official Facebook page earlier today.
The new Myvi is reportedly the first ever Perodua model to have an upper body that’s designed completely in-house and comes in five different variants. Check out the variants along with their respective prices (without insurance) as below:
- 1.3 Standard G (manual transmission) – RM44,300
- 1.3 Standard G (automatic transmission) – RM46,300
- 1.3 Premium X (automatic transmission) – RM48,300
- 1.5 High (automatic transmission) – RM51,800
- 1.5 Advance (automatic transmission) – RM55,300
This new model is also the first vehicle in Malaysia within its price range to have an impressive amount of safety features, which include pre-collision warning, pre-collision braking, lane departure alert, and pedal missoperation control. Wah, not bad!
On top of that, the new Myvi comes in six colours, including a new peppermint green hue!
Curious to see what it looks like? Well, you can check it out from the 9th to 12th of November at the Malaysia Autoshow in the Malaysian Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS). Carlist recently released a leaked photo of the car, so you can catch a glimpse of what to expect, too. Check it out!
Of course, as soon as word about the new Myvi got out, loads of Malaysians flocked to social media to share their thoughts, and it looks like loads of them are pretty impressed by what they’re seeing!
What about you? What do you think about the brand new Myvi? Let us know in the comments below!
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