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The Perodua Axia, launched in Malaysia in 2014, is an A-segment hatchback manufactured by Malaysia’s second automotive company, Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sendirian Berhad (Perodua). As one of the most sought-after hatchbacks in the country, the Axia has gained immense popularity due to its exceptional value-for-money proposition.
The Perodua Axia presents itself as an excellent choice for individuals seeking an affordable compact city car. The Perodua Axia was updated with a second generation in 2023 which boasts various improvements in its chassis, styling, mechanical refinement, and interior space.
While still being an affordable hatchback, the 2023 Perodua Axia adds several advanced features including Perodua Smart Drive Assist (PSDA) features. Here are the specifications of the 2023 Perodua Axia:
As a successor of the Viva, Kelisa, and Kancil, the Perodua Axia has been the choice of buyers looking for an affordable small hatchback. It’s popular among parents looking for a first car for their kids and among young professionals. And while the previous generation was more of a barebones car, the new Perodua Axia model of 2023 offers more refinement and technology, especially in the higher trim levels. Here are the available variants of the Perodua Axia:
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The 2023 Perodua Axia is the most advanced Axia so far, especially when it comes to safety features as it has introduced several new features as standard including vehicle stability control and traction control.
Here are the prices of a new 2023 Perodua Axia:
If you’re looking for a second-hand Perodua Axia, note that the price depends on its model year, variant, mileage, and condition. Here are estimates for the price of a used previous-generation Perodua Axia in Malaysia:
Here are the price ranges of a used Perodua Axia according to the most popular model years in Malaysia.
You can buy a second-hand Perodua Axia at any used car dealer. Alternatively, you can find one on reputable online car platforms such as CARSOME. On the vehicle listing page on CARSOME, you can check the mileage, inspection report, and close-up images of the car. You can even use the filter on our website to see cars that are available at your nearest CARSOME Experience Center (EC) to make it easier for you to visit for a test drive.
If you prefer, you can also walk into your nearest EC to enquire about a used Perodua Axia or any car you’re interested in. Make sure you conduct thorough research and inspection of a particular car before you purchase it.
By performing regular servicing, you can ensure that your car functions in its best condition and avoid unexpected breakdowns. You can get your Perodua Axia car serviced at authorized Perodua service centers throughout Malaysia which you can find here.
Perodua Axia servicing involves several important tasks such as engine inspection, electrical issue checks, brake system checks, and engine oil change. With regular service, your car will be thoroughly inspected to ensure no issues go undetected. You can check your Perodua Axia service schedule by viewing the owner’s manual on Perodua’s website.
Alternatively, if your Perodua Axia warranty has expired, consider visiting a CARSOME Service Center for transparent, and high-quality service at competitive prices.
The Perodua Axia is only available with a 1.0-liter engine. Therefore, the road tax of a Perodua Axia in Malaysia is RM20 yearly.
The insurance of a car is calculated based on the market price of the car, coverage type, location, engine capacity, and your No Claims Discount (NCD). The insurance for a used five-year-old Perodua Axia 1.0 AV without NCD is around RM1080* yearly.
*Based on estimations of used car prices.
Since its debut, the Axia is one of the first vehicles in Malaysia to be classified as an Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) for having a low fuel consumption. While the 2019-generation Axia managed to get around 22 km/ L, the fuel consumption of the 2023 Perodua Axia has been further improved to an estimated 27.4 km/ L. With the Axia’s fuel tank capacity being 36 L, it can drive over 900 km on a single tank of fuel.
Perodua GearUp is a range of official accessories offered by Perodua for their cars, including the Perodua Axia. GearUp accessories are designed and produced by Perodua, ensuring compatibility and quality with their vehicles.
The Perodua GearUp accessories allow customers to customize and enhance their cars according to their preferences and needs. Perodua Axia GearUp accessories may include exterior add-ons such as body kits, spoilers, and decals, as well as interior upgrades like seat covers, floor mats, and stylish interior illumination.
You can view the GearUp accessories catalog for the 2023 Perodua Axia here, and view the GearUp accessories for the previous-generation Axia here. You can buy these accessories from authorized Perodua service centers.
The Perodua Axia doesn’t really have a direct competitor as it’s the only A-segment hatchback currently sold in Malaysia. Compared to a B-segment hatchback like the Perodua Myvi, the Axia is smaller, more affordable, and more fuel-efficient. The Perodua Axia sips fuel with a 27.4 km/ L fuel consumption compared to the Myvi’s 22 km/ L. Compared to the Axia, the Myvi has a 1.5 L four-cylinder engine producing more power at 103 PS and 136 Nm.
However, the Myvi has slightly more boot space at 277 L versus the Axia’s 265 L, and it has a multi-seating layout that allows you to carry items of different shapes and sizes. In terms of safety, they are almost evenly matched except for the fact that the Axia X and SE only has two airbags while the Myvi has four airbags on the X variant and six airbags on the H and AV variant.
The Proton Iriz has a larger engine than the Perodua Axia with two options; a 1.3 L engine producing 95 PS and 120 Nm, and a 1.6 L engine producing 109 PS and 150 Nm. While the Iriz is larger than the Axia, it has a smaller boot at 215 L. That said, its cabin space and ride quality is better than the Axia.
In terms of safety, the Proton Iriz has four airbags on the 1.3 Standard, and six airbags on the 1.6 Executive and 1.6 Active variant which is more reassuring. However, the range-topping Axia AV has driver assistance features such as pre-collision braking, lane departure warning, and other features that the Iriz lacks.
All CARSOME Certified cars are quality assured through a stringent 175-point inspection and professional refurbishment. Additionally, each used Perodua Axia car comes with a fixed price with no hidden fees, five-day money-back guarantee, and one-year warranty.