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Perodua Aruz on the way to Singapore?

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12 minutes ago, camrysfe said:

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The long awaited suv from Perodua

Launched already? Wonder wads the price

101bhp for an suv hmmmmmmnn

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Hypersonic

Nice!

Please bring this one in also

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Hypersonic
2 minutes ago, StreetFight3r said:

Launched already? Wonder wads the price

101bhp for an suv hmmmmmmnn

Its ok, can go up Genting

I check already

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Supersonic

This car similar to daihatsu terios or toyota rush. Sat before in terios in indo, not good although exterior nice looking. 

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Supersonic
8 hours ago, Jamesc said:

Its ok, can go up Genting

I check already

:a-happy:

 

Enjoy your drive with MIL 🤣🤣

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Turbocharged (edited)
9 hours ago, StreetFight3r said:

Launched already? Wonder wads the price

101bhp for an suv hmmmmmmnn

Should be around MG HS price.

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5th Gear (edited)

Below is the review from Malaysia. sounds quite ok. 

 

Things We Like in Aruz

For a seven-seater compact MUVs which are usually styled conservatively, the Perodua Aruz looks very striking. The various styling cues like angular front fascia and rear profile machined alloy wheels, roof rails, and high ground clearance and some factors which are clearly inspired by that of a modern compact SUV, which makes it look quite rugged and very modern at the same time.

The seven seating configuration of the Perodua Aruz makes it one of the most flexible and practical cars of today’s time. The second and third row have multiple seating adjustments, which make it very convenient to ferry people and luggage at the same time,  which is not possible in a similarly priced five-seater compact SUV.

Things We Dont Like in Aruz

While there is not much to complain about the packaging and exterior styling of the Perodua Aruz, the fact that it is nothing but a rebadged Toyota Rush robs of the factor of exclusivity from this car. It would have been better if Perodua could have introduced some minute styling changes in and out, rather than just replacing the Toyota badge with that of Perodua, and nothing else.

While the exterior styling of the Perodua Aruz is exceptionally well and dramatic, the same can’t be said about the interior cabin layout. It would have been better if Perodua could have made the dashboard layout as contemporary and visually striking as the exterior design. The interior cabin layout looks a bit simple for a UV of this segment.

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Supersonic
8 hours ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

This car similar to daihatsu terios or toyota rush. Sat before in terios in indo, not good although exterior nice looking. 

Japan Rush/Terios ended in 2016.

From thereon, Rush/Terios/Aruz is ASEAN car.

For Aruz, there is only 7 seater version.

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10 minutes ago, inlinesix said:

Japan Rush/Terios ended in 2016.

From thereon, Rush/Terios/Aruz is ASEAN car.

For Aruz, there is only 7 seater version.

Think indo version terios and rush all 7 seater. Should be same as aruz. Anyway perodua often share daihatsu same model

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2 minutes ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

Think indo version terios and rush all 7 seater. Should be same as aruz. Anyway perodua often share daihatsu same model

Perodua doesn't share those Daihatsu model you see in Indonesia.

Rather, Daihatsu Indonesia re-badged Perodua model.

Perodua MYVI is designed in Msia was exported to Indonesia as Daihatsu Sirion.

Perodua Axia is designed in Msia was exported to Indonesia as Daihatsu Ayla.

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Supersonic
13 minutes ago, inlinesix said:

Perodua doesn't share those Daihatsu model you see in Indonesia.

Rather, Daihatsu Indonesia re-badged Perodua model.

Perodua MYVI is designed in Msia was exported to Indonesia as Daihatsu Sirion.

Perodua Axia is designed in Msia was exported to Indonesia as Daihatsu Ayla.

Only myvi and axia is designed by malaysia but still somehow based on daihatsu model. Even for terios, alza, kembara etc. 
 

and daihatsu also like nvr sell passenger car in malaysia

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11 hours ago, StreetFight3r said:

Launched already? Wonder wads the price

101bhp for an suv hmmmmmmnn

4 speed auto? hmmmm. . . .

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12 minutes ago, kobayashiGT said:

4 speed auto? hmmmm. . . .

Bo bian lah... Want affordability must accept some outdated tech lor. 4AT is like bullet proof being the longest around. So just take n put in. This Aruz launched in msia quite a while back liao, cheapest 70k plus rinnnnngggit. 

Won't move here one lah thou I also drive a Perodua-ki. Price will be like 😳 n surely ppl will 🙄. Recently, Perodua also just launched the Ativa which is the Raize here but the Ativa maybe a notch higher than Raize (jdm) in terms of eqpt level. 

Drive poor man car cannot ask for much one. Got 2 airbags to protect face nice nice can smile secretly liao. Never sian a charboh with a Perodua and don't u even dream. 🤣🤣🤣

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27 minutes ago, kobayashiGT said:

4 speed auto? hmmmm. . . .

When i last checked, it was 2021. Not 1991.....

 

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Supersonic
35 minutes ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

Only myvi and axia is designed by malaysia but still somehow based on daihatsu model. Even for terios, alza, kembara etc. 
and daihatsu also like nvr sell passenger car in malaysia

Both MYVI & Axia was based on existing Daihatsu Chassis.

With Ativa running on DNGA-A, next Gen of Perodua will be expected to run on the same platform.

Currently, Perodua is Daihatsu biggest foreign partner.

Daihatsu used to sell cars in Msia before Perodua.

https://www.mudah.my/1995+or+older+Daihatsu+CHARADE+993cc+CX+G11+M+-89170229.htm

https://www.mudah.my/1995+Or+older+DAIHATSU+FEROZA-89150226.htm

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Supersonic
8 minutes ago, Unfazed said:

Bo bian lah... Want affordability must accept some outdated tech lor. 4AT is like bullet proof being the longest around. So just take n put in. This Aruz launched in msia quite a while back liao, cheapest 70k plus rinnnnngggit. 

Won't move here one lah thou I also drive a Perodua-ki. Price will be like 😳 n surely ppl will 🙄. Recently, Perodua also just launched the Ativa which is the Raize here but the Ativa maybe a notch higher than Raize (jdm) in terms of eqpt level. 

Drive poor man car cannot ask for much one. Got 2 airbags to protect face nice nice can smile secretly liao. Never sian a charboh with a Perodua and don't u even dream. 🤣🤣🤣

Despite Ativa Base has more safety equipment, it will not move here.

Ppl only cares about price and not their life.

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2 minutes ago, inlinesix said:

Despite Ativa Base has more safety equipment, it will not move here.

Ppl only cares about price and not their life.

I wouldn't say it has no safety features but rather has the min safety features. I m not sure if the Ativa has more than 2 airbags as I m still reading up on it. I m on the Bezza with just dual airbags. Beggars can't be choosers lah. Having a Perodua to run around frugally is nothing more I can ask for. Know the limits, drive to its limit. I take after YS Khong. 🤣

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