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- Small CC but not under power, very good acceleration.
- Fuel efficient.
- Car looks small outside, but cabin is spacious.
- Easy to service and maintain.
- Long lasting car.
- Perodua service center staff are friendly.
The car has electric power steering, but the steering is stiff, feel hard to turn.
-Fuel Efficiency is there as advertised by Perodua. Mostly I will drive around the city and would reach up to 60kmph or 80kmph(MAX) and still can Save up fuel. Recently I pumped RM40/45 for a Fuel tank and it last me for almost a month or so.
-Legroom is huge and quite comfortable.
-On the road, it is very comfortable to drive.
-Would give them a pat on the back for the ASA 2.0 installation onto Axia(AV), the ASA 2.0 is really use full since I'm always on my phone when on traffic light , it will warn you if the front car has departed.
-With the VSA and TSC function available on AXIA Gxtra onwards, I could say this added more confident to the driver and the passenger for a safe ride.
-The gearbox on Perodua Axia (2020) is quite durable and long lasting since its using 4 E-AT instead of CVT.
-Aggressive looking car with a lot of personality in it.
-The noise in the cabin is consider as so-so because of the less insulation/noise-cancelling despite of its reasonable price.
-Pick up wise ,you have to put it on the other side because this car is not meant for racing, it is advertised as fuel efficiency for a reason.
-The steering wheel is not adjustable like its sister and brother which is Aruz and Myvi (2020)
-With the price of a SE onward, they should add more insulation on the car. Since Gear up is offering that , I would say it is quite pricey for a people that who have low income.
-If they could put an adjustable steering wheel function, I would personally say that this car is the best for its price.
Okay first of all i just booked newest Perodua Axia MK1 Style just right after launch and received it lst 24 Nov 2019 and the first one that caught my eyes and decided to buy ofcourse the “Mini Crossover” look in this model. The improvement Perodua make in latest model make me feel more confidence driving it due addition of VSC/TRC/EBD. Second i dont need to think wheter to change the rim sizes to larger one as this model already come with 15’inch lightweight dualtone sportrim 😊 the fuel consumption also i think very good for me as im using it for daily busy city driving around 60km and i got average 17.8km/L fuel consumption which considered very good on heavy traffic city driving. Even tho the rim sizes are 1’inch larger than other model, the tyre circumferences still the same as it has 175/60/R15 Hankook Kinergy EX while others get 175/65/R14 but lower tyre sidewall technically improve in terms of handling of the car.
With the same price with Axia MK1 SE, Style variants doesnt come with front parking sensor, there is no signal on sidemirror and for who love entertainment, Style variants only come with normal radio with just USB drive. No Bluetooth, Smartlink etc BUT for me it doesnt hold me to get mine because the item that not listed can be purchase or install later wheter you want Apple TV or Android Head Unit like Advance itself. Also there is no reverse camera too but again it can be install later.
My susggestion to Perodua is limit the variants from 6 to 4 which terminate the G and SE variants because from what i see the people will choose GXtra variants instead G variants and with the same price on both latest model Style & SE, people choose to get Style instead of SE which make Perodua sales drop a bit on that model i mentioned above. Just keep basic spec Axia E MT / Axia GXtra AT / Axia Style AT & Axia Advance AT OR combined both SE & AV to one model which will be the premium Style.
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