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Seems like nobody started on the 2018 Perodua Myvi after searching through the folders .

Perodua is going to launch the 2018 myvi (3rd generation)on 16/11/2017

The new car is slated to be vastly improved from its current model ,being outdated in terms of safety and specs.

However, the new car is going to rectify all those flaws ,making the wrongs right.

The car comes in the usual 1.3 and 1.5L engine guise and the tranny options are just a manual 5 speeder shifter or a dinosaur age 4 speed self shifter(yawn)

 

Features in the 1.3L guise

1.3L Dual VVT-i four cylinder (94bhp/121Nm)

 

1.3L Standard G (Malaysian spec)

Four speed auto or five speed manual

LED headlamps (auto on/off, follow me home function)

Headlight leveling

LED tail lamps with LED light guides

Reverse sensors

14 inch alloy wheels

Keyless entry and push button ignition

8+1 seat configuration

60 : 40 folding rear seats

Side pockets on the front seats (mobile phone usage only)

Four airbags

ABS, EBD, VSC, Traction Control, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Five year or 150,000km warranty

 

1.3L Premium X (Malaysian spec)

Four speed auto only

LED headlamps (auto on/off, follow me home function)

Headlight leveling

LED tail lamps with LED light guides

Reverse sensors

14 inch alloy wheels

Keyless entry and push button ignition

8+1 seat configuration

60 : 40 folding rear seats

Side pockets on the front seats (mobile phone usage only)

Four airbags

ABS, EBD, VSC, Traction Control, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Five year or 150,000km warranty

Eco-idle stop/start system

Other exterior trim (Unconfirmed)

 

Features in the 1.5L guise

1.5L Dual VVT-i four cylinder (106bhp/140Nm)

 

1.5L High (Malaysian spec)

Four speed auto only

LED headlamps (auto on/off, follow me home function)

Headlight leveling

LED tail lamps with LED light guides

Reverse sensors

15 inch dual-tone alloy wheels

Keyless entry and push button ignition

8+1 seat configuration

60 : 40 folding rear seats

Side pockets on the front seats (mobile phone usage only)

ABS, EBD, VSC, Traction Control, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Five year or 150,000km warranty

Eco-idle stop/start system

Other exterior trim (Unconfirmed)

Front bodykit and side skirts in a dual-tone finish

Two tone rear bumper

Rear spoiler

Built-in toll reader (Integrated SmartTag)

Six airbags

 

1.5L Advance (Malaysian spec)

Four speed auto only

LED headlamps (auto on/off, follow me home function)

Headlight leveling

LED tail lamps with LED light guides

Reverse sensors

15 inch dual-tone alloy wheels

Keyless entry and push button ignition

8+1 seat configuration

60 : 40 folding rear seats

Side pockets on the front seats (mobile phone usage only)

ABS, EBD, VSC, Traction Control, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Five year or 150,000km warranty

Eco-idle stop/start system

Other exterior trim (Unconfirmed)

Front bodykit and side skirts in a dual-tone finish

Two tone rear bumper

Rear spoiler

Built-in toll reader (Integrated SmartTag)

Six airbags

Advanced Safety Assist (ASA)

Pre-collision warning (PCW)

Pre-collision braking (PCB) (Low speed autonomous braking)

Front Departure Alert (FDA)

Pedal Misoperation Control (PMC)

 

Price in Malaysia ranges from RM 44,300 to RM 55,300

Colours available:Ivory White, Glittering Silver, Mystical Purple and Lava Red,Peppermint Green (1.3 only), Granite Gray(1.5 only)

 

For what I think, this car, if it were to be imported, would be a force to reckoned with as it is so value for money that in the high spec guise, shames the Mitsubishi Space Star other than its brand name.

If there is anything to add in after which, I will add in here.

 

Moderators, if you all feel that there should not be a all new Myvi thread for the all new Myvi 2018, please kindly transfer it to an old topic.

Thanks.

 

Information from :https://paultan.org/2017/11/08/new-2018-perodua-myvi-details-1-31-5-dual-vvt-i-46-airbags-vsc-asa-with-aeb-rm44300-rm55300/new-perodua-myvi-teasers-16/

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lets watch for the launch price as might be nearly 80K.

 

See what Perodua Sinagpore can offer.

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Agree.

Hope Perocom don’t s$rew up and put $80,000 for the price of the basic spec or they will be shooting themselves in the foot .

They should sell it at most $75,000 for the high spec version to combat poor perception of this brand in Singapore.

But most likely I think that if this model is launched, the Axia would have to make an early exit as they cannot coexist together unless there is at least a $10,000 difference between G spec axia and low spec myvi as the low spec myvi contains more features than the G spec, or even the Advance spec at all.

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If Perocom brings in the MYVI, the 1.3l version  has got to be  priced lower than the Bezza in order to sell.

 

With COE costing more than the cost of the car, profits will be razor thin and it would be interesting to see how this model can succeed in Singapore.

 

Great reliable car and cheap to maintain but the COE brought it to its grave  

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Bezza so few sales how is the more expensive Myvi going to move?

 

 

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Myvi quite a good car to drive.

 

yes - I own a 1.3 myvi a couple of years back.

 

Only issue is 4 speed for auto transmission - quite high fc for above 100km/h travel.

Noisy above 80km/h

need to change to a wider tyre width (min 155/165mm)

additional stabilizer for both front n rear to have a better cornering holding

change the exhaust to have a better pickup and a better sound (easy available across the causeway)

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Bezza sales already like crap, how's myvi gonna sell.

 

Korean cars are going for 80k with proven reliability over the years.

 

Myvi gotta go below 70k for people to even take notice.

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What they could do is to do buyers a favour by changing the transmission to a cvt.

At least it makes the car more up to date .

Even the Vios and the swift changed their choice of automatic gearboxes.

 

Perocom would most likely sell the 1.3L version

Hope that they could sell at $65,000.

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What they could do is to do buyers a favour by changing the transmission to a cvt.

At least it makes the car more up to date .

Even the Vios and the swift changed their choice of automatic gearboxes.

 

Perocom would most likely sell the 1.3L version

Hope that they could sell at $65,000.

sell at 65k - chances are very slim

as their 1.0cc is already at this price range.

 

Below/Equal bezza price will be most likely

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Agree.

Maybe around 70k

Anything more will send interested buyers to C&C for the Mitsubishi space star

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At COE level of 48k, My guess it will be priced at 79k for the Standard G, 85k for Premium X.

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79k top spec can buy...

which car with this price level come equipped with car collision system?

 

At COE level of 48k, My guess it will be priced at 79k for the Standard G, 85k for Premium X.

 

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79k top spec can buy...

which car with this price level come equipped with car collision system?

Unlikely can get Advance at 79k. Bezza Premium X launch price was $76,800(RM44,800). Myvi Standard G (RM46,300).

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Great design. Reminds me of a SEAT very European styling.

 

:D

 

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a reborn Honda Jazz/Fit?

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