2009 Proton Satria Neo Review

January 29, 2015

The Proton Satria Neo is well kitted and it offers decent handling, but it’s pricey to purchase and running costs are high. The ride is firm and it is light on safety features and space. The only engine offered is the 111bhp 1.6-litre. It needs to work hard on the open road and isn’t as fast as some competitors, but it is still zippy. There is either the four-speed auto…


2011 Proton Savvy Hatchback Review

January 28, 2015

The Savvy is one of the cheapest new cars around. It rides and handles reasonably well, and has a unique look. However, The 1.2 is lacking in space, the cabin looks old and cheap and the engine is rough. The 75bhp 1.2-litre engine should have much better performance. It doesn’t feel much quicker than the 1.0 and the engine doesn’t want to rev. This makes for slow progress and the…


2014 Proton Preve Review

October 28, 2014

FEATURES AND PRICE You can get Proton in an excellent drive away price that is around $15,990 for five speed manual transmissions and for the six speed continuous variable transmission, you need to pay around $17,990. These prices given are after cutting down the $3000 of the launch prize. You can avail it at the same prize only till the fall of 2013. Features present are daytime running lights, LED…