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If you are a big fan of Perodua, you will then want to expect the seven-seater Perodua Aruz coming this year. At first, Perodua Aruz has such striking design. Well, it is rarely seen in the world of the MUVs. If you have spent quite a long time looking at the MUVs, Aruz is indeed having a distinctive appearance which is worth your attention.
It has such impressive styling cues that will stun every big fan of the Perodua. the front and rear profile machined alloy wheels are one of the solid proof of the distinctive styling. But when it comes to the style, it doesn’t end up there. You will also need to notice its roof rails and high ground clearance. If you’;re Guessing that Aruz could resemble the modern compact SUV inspiration, then you are not wrong at all.
Rather than the five seater, you could spend a little bit more for seven seats. That way, you will have the space for every member in your family. It is undeniable that the seven seating upgrade for the Perodua Aruz has made it as one of the greatest options for the folks with family or group, or even corporate needs. The practical traits and its flexibility can really give it the crown as the upgrade version of the modern compact SUV. After all, if you can add 2 more occupants in your ride, why not?
Perodua Aruz 2020 is a seven-seater SUV. It comes in two variants in the MY market.
The first one is the 1.5X and the other one is 1.5AV. Let’s cut to the chase and see what’s new that you can enjoy from the new Perodua Aruz. Both versions have the 2NR VE 1.5 litre and four-cylinder petrol unit. Both models can make 101 hp of power at 6000 rpm and 133 Nm of torque at 4200 rpm.
There is a four-speed auto gearbox. Although it is not the lowest cost car, you can still enjoy the fuel economy which manages to 15.6 km per litre.
The getters will also get peace of mind because Perodua has added more features in the safety category. The new Aruz comes with six airbags, ABS with the EBD and brake assist, VSC, hill descent control, hill start assist, as well as the ISOFIX mounts.
The engine comes with a 4-speed auto transmission that delivers the power to the rear wheels. Like Toyota Rush, the Indonesian brother, it has a fuel efficiency of 15.6 km per liter. Or, you could spend 6.4 liters per 100 km. It is a pretty great deal, isn’t it? Not to mention that it comes with the Automatic Stop-Start function.
The Malaysian National Automotive Policy also qualified Aruz with the label EEV - Energy Efficient Vehicle. Not only that it is a prevalent choice for budget conscious users, but also a friendly-environment that will make you less guilty when using this car for a long ride.
See more information here at WapCar.my.
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