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  • 2020 Proton Perdana
    RM 1,104/Month RM 104,326

Key Highlights

Spacious interior It's Japanese engineered Subjective looks, but has its own identity
Two-tone interior adds some light Good NVH levels Middle ground performance

Overview

The second-generation Proton Perdana borrows its platform and mechanicals from the eighth generation (2008-2013) Honda Accord, but its exterior has been redesigned to differentiate it from the model it is based on.

Competition for this long awaited D-segmenter comes from cars such as the Toyota Camry, Nissan Teana, Peugeot 508 Sedan, Kia Optima, Hyundai Sonata as well as the Honda Accord. There are two variants to choose from - the 2.0 and 2.4, which are priced from RM110,120 and RM134,395 respectively. 

Powering the entry-level variant is a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre petrol SOHC four-pot that develops 154 bhp at 6,300rpm and 189 Nm of torque at 4,300rpm. A 2.4-litre DOHC mill motivates the range topping Proton Perdana by outputting 178 bhp at 6,500rpm and 222 Nm at 4,300rpm. Both engines are paired to a five-speed automatic transmission. 

While Proton had the liberty to completely have their own taste and flavour for the exterior design, the interior is left untouched.  A new centre stack sits in an otherwise unaltered instrument panel moulding. Mirroring the new generation Honda Accord, Proton has displaced the donor car’s clumsy keyboard button console with a touchscreen to operate audio controls.

The specifications also mirror the eighth generation Honda Accord, with 2.0-litre variant being equipped with 17-inch wheels, fabric seats, powered driver's seat adjustment, cruise control, 4 airbags and absence of ESC.

ESC and other niceties such as GPS navigator, audio subwoofer, leather upholstery, HID headlamps, powered passenger's seat adjustment and paddles shifts are exclusively available in the 2.4 variant. A full bodykit completes the exterior styling for the 2.4. 

The basic warranty coverage for Proton vehicles is 5 years or 150,000-kilometre mileage, whichever occurs first.

Learn more : 

Proton Perdana launched, from RM114k 

Proton Perdana features released, open for booking

Details of new Proton Perdana shared with media

Honda Accord with Proton emblems just for Government use, public to get unique Proton styling

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1997 cc - 2354 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 104,326 - RM 127,248

Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1997 cc - 2354 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 104,326 - RM 127,248

Reviews

  • Gokul

    20 Oct 2017

    2016 Proton Perdana – More Than Just A Rebadge

    After many years of ups and downs and never-ending drama, things are finally beginning to look positive for our beloved national car manufacturer Proton. Despite all the criticism, the company has taken an oath to come back with a bang and re-instil the sense of trust and confidence people once had in it.

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User Review of Proton Perdana

4.6 Excellent
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Showing 7 reviews sorted by Latest Year
5 Excellent
ShaM
Owner of 2016 Proton Perdana

Superb and pleasure driving, powerful ride

Perdana 2.4, it's powerful. Recommended for those who like powerful driving with no modifications required. Driving is fun and enjoyable, luxurious feel. You may bring your Parents for a comfort and joyous ride on the luxury Perdana 2.4! Truly Awesome. - Less
5 Excellent
Lim
Owner of 2016 Proton Perdana

Great D segment car at on a budget

Having owned this car (a government issued vehicle) recently, I must say that the engine and transmission package is absolutely smooth and hassle free. You get the immediate response of torque quite early during the acceleration, and this is handy during drives along twisty B segment roads. But the car's ride really shines when it's cruising on the highways , with speeds up to 130-140km/h achievable seamlessly and unobtrusively, with lots of breath to spare still. I like the interior - buttons and interface layout is practical and not needing much know how to use initially. Seats (2.0L version) have a good mix of leather and fabric - which is a more practical and comfortable layout vs the full leather finish in the 2.4L. It takes corners very steadily for such a large car. And I like it that a reverse camera is standard across the board, as reversing confidently without it can be a dicey proposition. Coming standard with 6 airbags, this is a definite upgrade to the original accord back then. Unsurprising,the downsides is proton's QC - which is a tad suspect, as compared to the accordana (2013-2015/6 model), as fit and finish overall feels better, despite its age in the latter model (I've inspected a few units of 5/6 year old models, and the original honda made perdana's feels a firmer fit). Parking sensors have a bit of delay in deactivating , and i was told by Proton SC that this is normal. Original silver plastic trim across the dashboard has been resprayed black, and just feels like a slap dash job. There are other small niggles which I've sent to Proton to rectify (perdana badge glue peeling off, peeling off the front lamps which has been recently changed this year, and too thin a fabric over the boot interior) but none affecting the overall drive quality. I hope Dr Li Chun Rong is reading this, as having Geely on board in 2017 really helped improved the QC of their assembly from that point onwards - I just wished Dr Li may help us Perdana owners (pre Geely ownership) to ensure that if there are issues beyond the 5 year warranty period, Proton may continually assist with rectification if not free, but at a fair cost. Certain things like the head lamp's surface peeling off within months, should be really a Proton's responsibility... Otherwise, a reliable and solidly engineered vehicle to own at even 3+ years going - just needing Proton / Dr Li Chun Rong to have some grace for us customers, in rectifying certain cosmetic / QC issues of the vehicle. I hope you are reading this! - Less
5 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
Rasydan
Owner of 2014 Proton Perdana

Affordable Premium Car

Been using it for 3 years. Affordable for maintenance. Fuel saved - Less
2 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
Roger
Owner of 2009 Proton Perdana

Proton Perdana 2019

The car is money worth force 2.0 sedan with Leather seats. - Less
9 person found this helpful
5 Excellent
Fadzil
Owner of 2007 Proton Perdana

Exclusive reliable and great!

Proton perdana v6 is good car, it look exclusive and in the same time look sporty. Very reliable and easy to maintain. I love this car so much - Less
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