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New Perodua MyVi 2011 launched, priced from RM43,900 to RM57,400

Perodua Myvi first arrived on the scene in May 2005. Myvi is the country’s best-selling model for five years. You can see plenty of Myvi on the road.It’s time for a change after so many years, or a complete makeover for Myvi.

The first-generation Myvi was facelifted in August 2008, but now it’s a full revamp and makeover with the arrival of the 2011 Myvi.

New Perodua Myvi

New Perodua Myvi 2011

New Perodua Myvi 2011

New Perodua Myvi 2011

These photo were taken back in last year 2010 Kuala Lumpur International Motorshow (KLIMS) so is this the same one as shown last year? It doesn’t seems like the New Myvi to me. So could it be another model?

All New Perodua Myvi 2011

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Projector Headlamps
Projector Headlamps
Modern, youthful and stylish

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Round Fog Lamps
Round Fog Lamps
Complement front image and increase visibility
(Premium variants only)

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Eletric Retractable Side Mirrors
Eletric Retractable Side Mirrors
Retract at the touch of a button for easy parking in narrow spaces.
(Premium variants only)

Perodua MyVi 2011 : UV Protected Glass
UV Protected Glass
Reduces the harmful effects of UV rays by 91% compared to normal green glass.

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Rear LED Lamps
Rear LED Lamps
Updated, sleeker rear LED combination lamps.

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Alloy Rims
Alloy Rims
6-spoke alloy rim design complements overall exterior.
(Premium variants only)

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Dash-mounted Gear Shift
Dash-mounted Gear Shift
Automatic gear shift lever on instrument panel for easy control.

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Audio System
Audio System
Flush type audio with CD/MP3IWMA and FM/AM mode.

Perodua MyVi 2011 : 6-inch touch screen head unit with GPS navigation
6-inch touch screen head unit with GPS navigation.

Perodua MyVi 2011 : Meter Combination
Meter Combination
3D effect on meter combination accentuates the modern and sophisticated design.

Perodua MyVi 2011 Color


Perodua MyVi 2011 Price List and Variants


Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Standard SX (MT)
Solid: RM 43,900
Metallic: RM 44,400
Special Metallic: RM 44,800

Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Standard EZ (AT)
Solid: RM 46,900
Metallic: RM 47,400
Special Metallic: RM 47,800

Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Premium SXi (MT)
Solid: RM 46,900
Metallic: RM 47,400
Special Metallic: RM 47,700

Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Premium EZi (AT)
Solid: RM 49,900
Metallic: RM 50,400
Special Metallic: RM 50,800

Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Elegance SXE (MT)
Solid: RM 53,900
Metallic: RM 54,400

Perodua Myvi 2011 – 1.3 Elegance EZE (AT)
Solid: RM 56,900
Metallic: RM 57,400

What do you think? Is the new Perodua MyVi 2011 suitable for you in terms of design and features and price? Is it value for money? Will you get this new MyVi if you haven’t own any car now?

Perodua MyVi Official Website : New Perodua MyVi 2011
Download Perodua MyVi Brochure here : New Perodua MyVi 2011 Technical Specs and Features

More read up and MyVi photo can refer : PaulTan.Org (few pictures here are taken from PaulTan.Org)

New Myvi launched, priced from RM43,900 to RM57,400

KUALA LUMPUR: After five consecutive years as the country’s best selling car, the Perodua Myvi five-door hatchback has been replaced by a new model that promises better safety, fuel efficiency and a string of new enhancements.

Launched by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin here Thursday night, the new Myvi is available in six variants and priced between RM43,900 and RM57,400 – some RM500 to RM700 more than the previous model.

While still recognisably a Myvi, the new car has a more rounded front end and is 5mm lower to improve its aerodynamics.

Buyers can choose from three grades of Standard, Premium and Elegance, and transmission type of four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.

The new Myvi is available in six variants
The new Myvi is available in six variants.

While maintaining almost the same size as the outgoing model, the latest Myvi now includes electric power steering, projector headlamps and a two-tone dashboard.

In keeping with current automotive trends, the new Myvi includes upgraded safety features.

Where previously only the more expensive variants featured two front airbags, this item is now included across the range.

Also standard are Isofix mounting points for child seats and a three-point seatbelt for the rear centre passenger.

Premium and Elegance grades, however, get additional safety equipment such as anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist.

Audio system for the Standard grade Myvi is the radio/CD type with MP3/WMA but the Premium grade features additional USB and Bluetooth support. The Elegance gets a multimedia system that comes with satellite navigation.

The 1.3-litre engine is derived from the older Myvi model but has been retuned to get an extra 4bhp for a total of 90bhp promising improved performance.

Perodua managing director Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh said the new car’s improved aerodynamics resulted in better fuel economy, something consumers are looking for in view of rising fuel prices.

“Compared with the old automatic Myvi which can go 13.5km on a litre of petrol, the new automatic model can go 14.6km on the same amount of fuel,” he said.

The original Myvi was launched in May 2005 and some 484,000 units were sold until April. During its six-year run, the model garnered 11 awards.

The new Myvi is sold in ebony black, medallion grey, glittering silver, pearl white, ivory white and a new colour, mystical purple.

Source : TheStar

New Myvi with revved-up extras launched

KUALA LUMPUR: After five consecutive years as the country’s best-selling car, the Perodua Myvi five-door hatchback has been replaced by a new model that promises better safety, fuel efficiency and a string of new enhancements.

Launched by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin here last night, the new Myvi is available in six variants with prices between RM43,900 and RM57,400 some RM500 to RM700 more than the previous model.

Buyers can choose between three grades of Standard, Premium and Elegance and transmission type of four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.

Muhyiddin at the launch of the new Myvi at PWTC Thursday
Pocket rocket: Muhyiddin at the launch of the new Myvi at PWTC Thursday. The new model promises better fuel economy and has a host of new features. — Bernama

The latest Myvi now includes electric power steering system, projector headlamps and a two-tone dashboard.

In keeping with current automotive trends, the new Myvi has upgraded safety features, including two front airbags.

The 1.3-litre engine is derived from the older Myvi model but has been retuned to get an extra 4bhp for a total of 90bhp promising improved performance.

Perodua managing director Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh said the new car’s improved aerodynamics results in better fuel economy, something that consumers were looking for in view of rising fuel prices.

“Compared with the old automatic Myvi which can go 13.5km on a litre of petrol, the new automatic model can go 14.6km on the same amount of fuel,” he said.

The original Myvi was launched in May 2005 and some 484,000 units were sold until April.

The new Myvi comes in ebony black, medallion grey, glittering silver, pearl white, ivory white and a new colour of mystical purple.

In his speech, Muhyiddin said the Perodua success story was a product of its partnership with Daihatsu Motor Company of Japan.

He revealed that the two companies would be investing almost RM250mil to build an electronic automatic transmission plant here.

Source : TheStar

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