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More affordable Saga SV to boost market share
Monday, June 17, 2013 4:38 PM

More affordable Saga SV to boost market share

PETALING JAYA: Proton has launched a new assault at the entry car market with its most affordable model in its line up, the Saga Super Value (SV).

Powered by the same 1.3-litre Campro IAFM used in the Saga FLX variant, the Saga SV is available in manual and CVT automatic transmissions and priced from RM33,438 in the Peninsular Malaysia.

The Saga SV allows more options for A-segment customers without compromising on quality, comfort, driving performance and safety.
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Among the features are 13-inch inch steel wheels, 1-Din radio with CD player, power steering, manual side mirror control, side turn signal integrated with side mirror, dual airbags, pre-tensioner seatbelts, child restraint anchorage and car immobiliser.

The Saga SV is available in six colours of Solid White, Elegant Brown, Tranquility Black, Genetic Silver, Fire Red and the latest edition – Blue Rock.

It also comes with a three-year or 100,000km manufacturing warranty (whichever comes first).

At the unveiling at Proton Edar Platinum showroom in Mutiara Damansara, Proton Holdings executive chairman Tan Sri Khamil Jamil said the Saga SV was part of Proton’s effort to continuously provide better value-for-money, and affordable cars to Malaysians.

Proton chief executive officer Hisham Othman said: “The Saga SV is a manifestation of Proton’s commitment to provide Malaysians with exceptional better value for money attributes that include enhanced safety features, better quality, practicality, style and affordability in ownership.”

At the launch, Khmail handed over a Saga SV to the first buyer, Mohamad Faleeq Zainudin.

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Mohamad Faleeq rejoicing after getting his Saga SV on Saturday.


 

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