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Perodua Myvi 1.5 Extreme and 1.5 SE Officially Launched in Malaysia

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The new 2011 Perodua Myvi 1.3 was launched in June 16 with 3 variants: Standard, Premium and Elegance. To further boost the sales of Myvi model, Perodua now launched 2 new variants – the new Myvi SE and Myvi Extreme with 1.5-litre DOHC 16V DVVT engine to all its prospective customers. The new Myvi 1.5 is marketed with the catchphrase “Lagi Power, Lagi Best”.

 

Despite the fact that Perodua developed the new Myvi 1.5 at the same time as the current Myvi 1.3 model. However, we think that Perodua have done a great job in styling the car and well responded to their customer requirement and feedback in terms of performance.

 

The new Myvi SE and Myvi Extreme are priced between RM 50,900 and RM 61,700 depending on the specifications. Both variants offer the choice of 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.

 

On-the-Road (OTR) price in Peninsular Malaysia

 

Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE
– Manual – RM50,900 – RM 51,400
– Automatic – RM 53,900 – RM 54,400 (with standard audio headunit)
– Automatic – RM 56,000 – RM 56,500 (with multimedia & navigation system)

 

Perodua Myvi 1.5 Extreme
– Manual – RM 58,200 – RM 58,700
– Automatic – RM 61,200 – RM 61,700

 

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The performance of the new Myvi SE and Myvi Extreme have uprated and now fitted with 1.5-litre DOHC 16V DVVT (3SZ-VE) engine. The power plant delivers a maximum power of 76kW (102hp) @ 6,000rpm with a max torque of 136Nm @ 4,400rpm. Likewise, the previous generation of Myvi SE is fitted with the standard 1.3-litre engine.

 

The new Myvi 1.5 SE and Extreme in manual transmission can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 9.98 seconds, while the auto transmission takes 12.49 seconds. The Myvi 1.5 SE/Extreme manual is considered the fastest Perodua’s vehicle in production.

 

Based on Perodua Testing Data, the fuel consumption of the New Myvi 1.5-litre manual is tested to deliver 15.9km/litre. While the New Myvi 1.5-litre automatic is tested to deliver 12.9km/litre.

 

The entire suspension system for both variants have been slightly re-tuned to accommodate the bigger engine for better handling and ride comfort.

 

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Weigh against the new Myvi 1.5 SE and Extreme, the Myvi 1.5 Extreme comes standard with a more aggressively styled body-kit, multimedia system with navigation (built-in GPS, DVD player, Bluetooth with hands-free function, USB port), semi-bucket seats with leather covers, and tinted windows. In the other hand, the Myvi 1.5 SE only comes with fabric semi-bucket seats, standard SE body-kit, and multimedia system with navigation (for Myvi 1.5 SE Auto only).

 

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On the colour variations, the New Myvi 1.5 SE comes in 5 colours (Solid Majestic Yellow, Solid Ivory White, Metallic Mystical Purple, Metallic Ebony Black, and Metallic Glittering Silver). At the same time, the New Myvi 1.5 Extreme only comes in 3 colours (Solid Majestic Yellow, Solid Ivory White, and Metallic Ebony Black).

 

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In the safety aspect, both variants are equipped with dual SRS airbags, ABS with EBD and BA system as standard. Moreover, Perodua claims that the new variants also come with a collision-resistant body to better withstand impact as well as have pedestrian protection to reduce the likelihood of serious injury to pedestrians.

 

All Perodua including the New Myvi 1.5 SE and Myvi 1.5 Extreme come standard with 3-year/100,000km warranty (and optional 2-year/50,000km extended warranty).

 

Recently, Perodua was awarded with 4-star Malaysian Vehicle Assessment Programme (MyVAP) rating by the Malaysian Insitute of Road Safety (MIROS) for the New Myvi including the 1.3 (Standard, Premium and Elegence) and 1.5 (SE and Extreme).

 

Photo Gallery: Perodua Myvi 1.5 Media Launch

 

Photo Gallery: Perodua Myvi 1.5 Extreme 

 

Photo Gallery: Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE

 

Photo Gallery: Perodua Myvi 1.5 Extreme Official Photos

 

Photo Gallery: Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE Official Photos