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Proton, also known as Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional is a Malaysian car manufacturer that was founded in 1983 by former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. It is Malaysia’s first automaker and is a source of pride for many Malaysians. Proton is headquartered in Shah Alam, Selangor and produces cars for both domestic and international markets with plants in Tanjung Malim and Shah Alam.
Thanks to Proton once owning Lotus, the British sports-car manufacturer, from 1996 to 2017, Proton has managed to develop a reputation for building cars with confidence-inspiring ride and handling. Used Proton vehicles include sedans, SUVs, hatchbacks, and MPVs. Some of its popular models include the Proton Saga, Persona, X50, X70, and Iriz.
Since 2019, Proton has launched several brand-new models based on Geely vehicles. These include the Proton X70, X50, and new in 2023, the Proton X90. The Proton X90 is a seven-seater SUV based on the Geely Haoyue. It has a 1.5-liter TGDI turbocharged engine coupled with a 48-volt mild hybrid system that makes it a fairly economical vehicle for its size.
Proton has also introduced facelifted versions of the Proton Persona and Iriz for the 2022 model year giving them visual updates on the exterior and interior, additional cabin refinements, and a transmission tune for better driving performance and comfort. Additionally, Proton is planning to launch a brand new sedan by the end of 2023 to replace the C-segment Preve, and it’s likely to be called the Proton S50 which is based on the Geely Emgrand.
Second-hand Proton cars in Malaysia are a great choice for those looking for a reliable vehicle at an affordable price.
You can buy them from second-hand Proton car dealers, or better yet, simply browse CARSOME’s selection of used Perodua cars. On CARSOME, you can view the features, price, and specs of Proton cars like the X70, read the inspection report, and book a test drive online.
Here is the price range for used Proton cars in Malaysia.
|Proton Saga||RM3,000 - RM40,000|
|Proton Persona||RM10,000 - RM50,000|
|Proton Preve||RM10,000 - RM50,000|
|Proton Iriz||RM20,000 - RM50,000|
|Proton Exora||RM25,000 - RM65,000|
|Proton Suprima S||RM15,000 - RM50,000|
|Proton Perdana||RM3,000 - RM70,000|
|Proton Inspira||RM15,000 - RM60,000|
|Proton Waja||RM4,000 - RM20,000|
|Proton Wira||RM2,000 - RM30,000|
|Proton Satria||RM3,000 - RM120,000|
|Proton Ertiga||RM20,000 - RM50,000|
|Proton X50||RM70,000 - RM90,000|
|Proton X70||RM70,000 - RM115,000|
|Proton Juara||RM10,000 - RM22,000|
|Proton Tiara||RM1,000 - RM5,000|
|Proton Gen2||RM3,000 - RM25,000|
|Proton Savvy||RM1,500 - RM10,000|
|Proton Putra||RM15,000 - RM35,000|
The price of a used Proton car depends on a number of factors including its model, year, mileage, and condition. Before purchasing a second-hand Proton, it’s recommended to conduct thorough research for the most up-to-date and accurate pricing. You can also use our car loan calculator for any Proton car you’re interested in. This calculator can provide you with an estimated monthly payment to help you better budget for your car.
Popular models include the second-hand Proton Saga, Iriz, Persona, and Preve; all of which are known for their affordability and reliability. Even older model cars such as the second-hand Proton Saga and Proton Wira are still highly sought after by car enthusiasts and regular buyers alike. Being locally made, Proton cars tend to have cheap spare parts that are easily available, making them a great choice for buyers who want a car that’s easy and affordable to maintain.
|Proton Model||Peninsular Malaysia||East Malaysia|
|Proton Ertiga 1.4||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Exora 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Gen2 1.3||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Gen2 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Iswara 1.3||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Iswara 1.5||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Perdana 2.0||RM378.50||RM237.25|
|Proton Perdana 2.4||RM734||RM451|
|Proton Persona 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Preve 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Saga 1.3||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Saga 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Satria Neo 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Satria GTi 1.8||RM297||RM232.50|
|Proton Savvy 1.2||RM55||RM44|
|Proton Suprima 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Inspira 1.8||RM279.20||RM223.36|
|Proton Inspira 2.0||RM379||RM273.50|
|Proton Iriz 1.3||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Iriz 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton X50 1.5||RM90||RM56|
|Proton X70 1.5||RM90||RM56|
|Proton X70 1.8||RM279.60||RM223.68|
|Proton X90 1.5||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Waja 1.6||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Waja 1.8||RM273.20||RM218.56|
|Proton Wira 1.3||RM70||RM56|
|Proton Wira 1.5||RM90||RM56|
|Proton Wira 1.8||RM297||RM232.50|
The insurance rate is calculated based on the market price of your car, coverage type, location, engine capacity, and your No Claims Discount (NCD). The insurance for a used three-year-old Proton Saga 1.3 Premium (1,332cc) in Peninsular Malaysia without NCD can cost roughly RM1,209 yearly, compared to a new model at RM1,334*.
*Based on estimations of used and new car prices.
You can find official Proton service centers nationwide. These centers cover almost everything from regular servicing, to repairing dents and scratches on your car paint. If your Proton car is no longer covered under warranty, you can still feel confident maintaining and repairing it at a CARSOME Service Center.
Used Proton cars are known to have great resale value due to their reliability, and usually depreciation is low compared to international brands. As such, they remain popular on the second-hand market as a safe and sensible investment.
Newer Proton models such as the X70 are equipped with the latest safety features including advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features. budget-friendly Proton cars have standard safety features such as anti-lock braking system (ABS), traction control system (TCS), and hill hold assist (HHA), while the latest models such as the X50 can come with autonomous emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control (ACC) with stop and go function, and even Auto Park Assist (APA), depending on the variant.
The latest proton models which resulted from its collaboration with Geely use TGDI engines which are new to Proton. TGDI, which stands for turbocharged gasoline direct injection, is an engine design that has been used by many manufacturers to improve engine performance and fuel economy, while reducing emissions.
TGDI combines turbocharging with direct injection where the fuel is injected directly into the combustion chamber under a significantly higher pressure. This produces finer fuel atomisation compared to the port injection method, resulting in more efficient combustion and an increase in power. Proton car models with TGDI technology include the X50, X70, and X90.
Through constant innovation over the years, Proton has introduced numerous fuel-efficient vehicles to meet customers’ needs such as:
The most fuel-efficient car from Proton is currently the Proton Saga 1.3 manual transmission followed by the Proton Iriz 1.3 and the Proton Persona 1.6. If you’re looking for a Proton car with good fuel efficiency, the Proton Saga is a great choice.
Proton has recently launched its latest mild-hybrid model, the Proton X90. This three-row SUV is powered by a 1.5-liter turbo engine and paired with the help of a 48-volt Belt-Driven Starter Generator (BSG) mild-hybrid system.
All CARSOME Certified cars are quality assured through a stringent 175-point inspection and professional refurbishment. Additionally, each used Proton car comes with a fixed price with no hidden fees, five-day money-back guarantee, and one-year warranty.