Friday, November 12, 2010

Proton Inspira prices-Be realistic, RM78,999 you can buy these cars also!

Proton Inspira just launch yesterday.RM78,999 they quoted for peninsular Malaysia prices being the cheapest. With a few thousand discount they said RM78,999.

Let's see the prices:
Peninsular Malaysia Prices
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 M/T – RM78,999
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 CVT – RM84,999
  • Proton Inspira 2.0 CVT – RM91,999
East Malaysia Prices
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 M/T – RM80,999
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 CVT – RM86,999
  • Proton Inspira 2.0 CVT – RM93,999
Langkawi Prices
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 M/T – RM71,999
  • Proton Inspira 1.8 CVT – RM75,999
  • Proton Inspira 2.0 CVT – RM82,999
Let's see the other cars within these range also:
Honda City 1.5L i-DSI (A) Sedan 1496cc 79,800
Toyota Vios 1.5E (A) Sedan 1496cc 76,500
Toyota Vios 1.5G (A) Sedan 1496cc 83,900

But out of all these Peugeot 207 recently launch is my favourite.

Let's look at the brochures downloaded from website:

Engine Type 4 Inline Cylinders, DOHC 16 Valve
Fuel Supply System Electronic Multi Point Fuel Injection System
Bore x Stroke 78.5 x 82mm
Displacement 1,597cc
Max Horsepower 110hp @ 5800 rpm
Max Torque 147Nm @ 4000 rpm
Transmission Type Auto Adaptive Gearbox with Tiptronic and
Sport Mode
Tilt Adjustable Hydraulic Variable Power Steering
Braking System Type (Front) Ventilated Disc
Braking System Type (Rear) Drum
Front Independent with Pseudo MacPherson type struts
and Anti-Roll Bar
Rear Independent Trailing Arms with Tranverse Torsion Bars
and Anti-Roll Bar
Length 4,235 mm
Width 1,669 mm (excluding side mirrors)
Height 1,447 mm
Wheelbase 2,443 mm
Wheel Size 185/60 R15
Boot Capacity 420 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity 50 litres
Maximum speed 180 km/h (approximate)
Turning Radius 5.2 meter

Driver SMART Airbag
Front Passenger SMART Airbag
Passenger Airbag Deactivation
Pre-Tensioning and Force Limiting Front Seat Belts
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
Electronic Brake–Force Distribution (EBD)
Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)
Automatic Emergency Hazard Warning Light Activation
3 Point Rear Seat Belts
2 ISOFIX Location Points at the Outer Rear Seats
Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
Rear Door Child Safety Locks
Automatic Central Door Locking
Full Size 14” Spare Tyre
Peugeot Rolling Code Transponder Immobilizer Security
Double Optic Headlights with Clear Lenses
Sensor Activated Headlights
Sensor Activated Wipers
Intermittent Front Wipers with Auto Slow Down Function
Headlamps Delay Security Illumination (“Follow Me Home”)
Adjustable Headlamp Leveling
3 Point Rear Park Sensor
Front Fog Lights
Rear Fog Light
Sport Radio Antenna (Rear Mounted)
Electric Side Mirrors
Automatic Climate Control Air-Conditioning with Pollen Filter
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Height Adjustable Steering Wheel
Height Adjustable Driver Seat
Keyless Entry
Sporty White Instrument Dials with Silver Surround
Anti Dazzle Rear View Mirror
Sun Visor with Courtesy Mirror for Driver and Front Passenger
All Electric Windows with One Touch Control for Driver’s Window
MP3/ WMA Audio CD player with Bluetooth, USB and AUX Connectivity
6 Speakers: - 2 Tweeters
2 Front Speakers
2 Rear Speakers
Multifunction Display: Trip Recorder
Total Distance Recorder
Distance to Empty Fuel
Service Indicator Countdown
Outside Temperature
Warning Alert
Door Opening Alert
Time and Date
Seat Integrated Rear Head Restraints (Height Adjustable)
Front Seat Back Pockets
2 Cup Holders
60:40 Split Folding Rear Seats
The RM72,888 OTR with insurance price quoted here is an estimate pending approval. We will update you on the confirmed pricing when it’s out.
We’re reporting live from Putrajaya, where ex-PM Tun Dr Mahathir has just unwrapped the Peugeot 207 moments ago. Officially, they’re calling the car just 207 without the ‘Sedan’ in the name, although this isn’t the same car as the B-segment 207 supermini sold in Europe, but a booted version of the 206 with the marque’s family feline face. Assembled at Naza’s Gurun plant, the 207 is estimated to be priced at RM72,888 OTR including insurance.
Powered by a DOHC 16-valve 1.6-litre engine with 110 bhp and 147 Nm of torque produced from 4,000 rpm, the 207 uses a 4-speed automatic gearbox with Tiptronic. This isn’t the 1.6-litre Prince engine in found in the 308, but the figures are a big upgrade from the 206 Bestari’s 75 bhp/120 Nm. An approximate top speed of 180 km/h is possible, according to the official brochure. Claimed fuel consumption is 6.1 litres per 100 km.

Size wise, the 207 measures 4,235 mm long, 1,699 mm wide and 1,447 mm tall. To give you an idea on where these figures stand, a Toyota Vios is 65 mm longer than the Peugeot, equally as wide at 1.7 metres but sits 13 mm lower. The 207′s 2,443 mm wheelbase is unchanged from the 206 hatchback and is shorter than the Vios’. That big boot holds up to 420 litres of cargo and the rear seats split fold 60:40.
The suspension consists of MacPherson struts up front and a torsion beam at the rear, while the brakes are ventilated discs in front coupled with rear drums. ABS, EBD and Emergency Brake Assist are standard along with dual front airbags (passenger’s airbag can be deactivated). Those with young children will be happy to find two ISOFIX points in the rear seats. The wheels are 15-inch items wrapped with 185/60 Kumho tyres.

Equipment wise, this entry level Peugeot comes with things like automatic air con, auto headlights and wipers, MP3 stereo with Bluetooth, USB and AUX input, trip computer, leather steering and an “instrument panel made by luxury watchmaker Jaeger”. That’s quite a lot of kit for the price.
True to Peugeot’s promise of making Malaysia its regional right-hand drive manufacturing hub, the 207 will be exported to Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei and Sri Lanka. Domestically, Nasim aims to sell 5,000 to 6,000 units of the 207 next year.

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