Friday, 15 July 2016

Perodua Bezza prices revealed

Perodua Bezza prices revealed – RM37k to RM51k

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While the Perodua Bezza hasn’t been officially launched yet, bookings have opened for the car as of today with a RM300 booking fee, and the national carmaker has now revealed the official pricing of its first-ever sedan.
As previously reported, the Bezza will be available in five variant forms, spread over three models (base Standard G, midline Premium X and range-topping Advance) in the range, and these are priced at:
  • Standard G (1.0 G manual) – RM37,300
  • Standard G (1.0 G automatic) – RM39,300
  • Premium X (1.3 X manual) – RM42,800
  • Premium X (1.3 X automatic) – RM44,800
  • Advance (1.3 AV automatic) – RM50,800
The prices quoted above are for Peninsular Malaysia and on-the-road with insurance. Additionally, the prices include a five-year (or 150,000 km) warranty, and unlike that in the past (for example, the Axia), both solid and metallic versions of the Bezza go for exactly the same price. Six colours will be offered for the car, with two new metallic shades, Sugar Brown and Ocean Blue, available for the 1.3L variants. Other colours are Lava Red, Ebony Black, Glittering Silver and Solid Ivory White.
Additionally, Perodua has also released a GearUp package for the Bezza, where you can tag on a bodykit to the sedan, as well as various other enhancements inside and out. Prices start at RM900, and you can find out more information about the Bezza GearUp package, here.


















To recap, two new engine choices are available for the Bezza, the first a 1.0 litre 1KR-VE VVT-i unit seen in the baseline Standard G manual and auto. Output is 67 hp at 6,000 rpm and 91 Nm at 4,400 rpm (slightly higher than the Axia’s 1KR-DE2’s 66 hp at 6,000 rpm and 90 Nm at 3,600 rpm.).
The other is a 1.3 litre unit called the 1NR-VE, equipping the Premium X and Advance models.





Good for 94 hp at 6,000 rpm and 121 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, the dual VVT-i mill is not the same as that seen on the Myvi (K3-VE, with 90 hp and 117 Nm). Transmission options are a five-speed manual or four-speed auto for the Standard G and Premium X, while the Advance is only available with an auto.
The Bezza features kit such as a shark fin antenna, remote boot release, one-touch power window with jam protection, front and front corner sensors, a reverse camera and reverse sensors. Keyless entry with a push-start button – a first for the brand – is available on the Premium X and Advance versions, which also come with a USB port (5V/2A) for rear passengers (located at the tail end of the centre console).







All variants are equipped with dual-airbags, ABS and Isofix child seat mounts, and on the range-topping Advance, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Hill Start Assist are to be found. The Advance also features a touchscreen double-DIN head unit with Mirror Link.
Read our first drive impressions of the Perodua Bezza. We’ll have more details about the car very soon, so stay tuned.

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