Posted 15 March 2006 - 10:05 AM
I checked on papers and need confirmation. Kelisa is currently the cheapest car at
$34.9K (M). Thats really affordable for a Point A to B car and on top of that, I heard the Manual version is pretty powerful. But is the price on their website accurate? Will test drive this sat.
Hope someone can help in my questions.
My questions are
1) What is the minimum loan and loan period for Perodua cars?
2) If I am getting an OPC (w some DP), my loan amount will probably be less than 15k. I
wonder if i can still get freebies or cash discount from the SE. Pls advice and let me
know what are the freebies that most people will ask for. (I would think for such a
small car, there is no need for reverse sensor and car alarm). Can some kind soul PM
me their deals and what they manage to get from the SE?
3) Is the stock tyre of kelisa 14 or 13inch? As there are no safety features on the car,
I would think a good pair of stock tyre would help. (No intention to do alot of
Thanks alot and looking fwd to your reply!
Posted 15 March 2006 - 10:54 AM
14" now as standard. The stock rubbers are not that good.... AS for the power, its lesser than the 1st batch.. and uses more petrol that the older batches... Pop the hood.. and you can see the pre FL and the FL models are different. Mainly on the ECU and the trottle body. The FL models have a smaller trottlebody. But all these being said.. its still a fun car to drive.
Perodua Kelisa TC
Posted 15 March 2006 - 11:05 AM
Perodua Kelisa TC
Posted 15 March 2006 - 11:11 AM
So if let's say you can loan 10k from them at 2.39%, plus the 17k OPC rebate, you can easily shave off 27k from the car price.
If you have a substantial DP to cover the remainder, then you don't even have to worry about the car loan.
Cos from what i heard, the interest rates for car loans is going up again.
I wouldn't worry too much for the freebies. Most of these you can get from outside vendors for half or sometimes even a third of the price stated by the car dealers.
better to save on the interest payments...
Posted 15 March 2006 - 04:44 PM
They will confirm force you to take their in-house insurance, china insurance. They will say things like waranty will be void if you take other insurance. Used to be NTUC, but NUTC doesn't count them as authorised workshop, so you know what hidden meaning is there.
Anyway, drop by the kelisa club sg. After which the car wouldn't be just a A-B car anymore. And ya, I heard about the throttle getting small thing, and it effects the performance, but not sure about the FC part. I clock an ave of 17km/L using shell.
Posted 15 March 2006 - 05:02 PM
Posted 15 March 2006 - 11:30 PM
Pick up wise, the MT one is damm good. Enough said, confirm fun to drive.
As for AT, as compare to AT Picanto (which i have test drove also) AT Kelisa has more power.
Fabric wise, The one on MT Kelisa to me is so much better...the AT fabric is
Power wing mirror only on AT kelisa.
The Gearstick of the AT kelisa is damm ugly (IMO) but i cant ask for much right since i am into budget car.
FC wise, I think for OPC driver like myself doesnt really matter..
Vibration wise, I dun really feel irritated be it MT or AT kelisa.
They are acceptable to me.
Boot space wise, quite happy with it...think can easily put in a baby pram.
Leg space wise...quite small. But shd be ok for ppl who are smaller in size. Might be a little uncomfortable for big size ppl.
Posted 16 March 2006 - 08:53 AM
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