Mobile Cellphone Info has posted a new item, 'Perodua launches S-Series Viva,
Myvi and Alza – all Peroduas now come with 3 years free service'
Perodua has taken the wraps of its new S-Series models, comprising
the Viva S, Myvi 1.3 SE and Alza S. The Perodua S-Series is a new trim
level that replaces certain variants in the respective line-ups such as
the Viva BZ, Myvi 1.3 Premium and Alza Standard.
S stands for special, and Perodua describes the S-Series as its
most value-for-money variants so far, with added equipment over the
phased-out variants but with no additional cost to the customer not
to be confused with the range topping SE tag traditionally given to the
Lets start with the Viva S, which is the entry-level 1.0L Viva
(above the 660 BX and 850 EX but below the Elite) and the cheapest
automatic transmission-equipped car in Malaysia. Priced at RM34,774
OTR without insurance, the Viva S adds on equipment such as power
steering, seat height adjuster, under seat tray, seat back pockets,
drivers vanity mirror, MP3/WMA stereo and silver accents for the cabin,
among other things.
The Myvi 1.3 SE, which is priced from RM44,924 for the manual (solid) to
RM48,424 for the automatic (metallic), gives the buyer Myvi 1.5 SE looks
previously not available on the 1.3.
The styling pack consists of SE front and rear bumpers, front grille,
side skirting and rear spoiler. Perodua has also thrown in a muffler
cutter, single tone interior and painted AC vents, meter surround and
The Alza S, which replaces the Alza Standard, includes new kit such
as fog lamps, leather steering, rear spoiler, chrome door handles
(inside) and painted door arm rests. It is priced from RM53,517 (MT solid) to
RM57,017 (AT metallic).
All S-Series models also get a multi-purpose container and two hooks
on the front seat head rests, useful for takeaways and shopping. A range
of colours are available, but S-Series cars get a special Ozzy Orange
colour, similar to the hue offered on the special edition Kelisa and
New cars aside, Perodua is now offering three years of free service
for all models (not just S-Series cars) registered from March 15
onwards. The deal is worth RM1,100 to RM1,200, according to the company,
and it includes parts and labour charges.
The launch was officiated by Deputy PM Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who earlier in
the day placed the first foundation stone of Peroduas new RM790 million factory,
which is adjacent to the companys existing factory in Sg Choh, north of Rawang.
It was announced in December last year.
The new plant, which will add 100,000 units to Peroduas annual
production capacity, is expected to be operational by mid-2014. Read
more on that, as well as P2s future plans, here.
Full live gallery and official images added after the jump.Perodua S-Series
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