Federal government stop using Proton Perdana for ministers — KL-TODAY.COM

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Federal government stop Proton Perdana for ministers


The last vestiges of the national car will disappear as soon as replaces its fleet of ageing Perdana V6 limousines with Accords, while the Pahang has opted for the Volkwagen Passats.Both are now assembled by Proton Bhd#8217;s shareholder DRB-Hicom Bhd in Pekan Member of Parliament is Prime Datuk Seri Najib The company that produces is owned by Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al

The new cars are for Cabinet ministers, ministers and state executive The total cost of the purchase has yet to be

Other state governments also slowly replaced the engine capacity Perdanas, went out of production in 2010 and is now to be expensive to maintain.

A source The Malaysian Insider that is taking the Honda Accord model while the Pahang had opted for the 2-litre Volkswagen It is learnt that one Volkswagen has also been bought for the government.

Other replacements for the Perdanas Mercedes-Benz E200 Kompressors for the government in 2008, replacing 2004 Perdana V6 Executives.

Selangor and Perak had also their Perdanas with Camrys, while the Sabah opted for the Volvo S80s.

released a new lower-cost model SV over the weekend but has not indicated it produce higher-range models could replace the Perdanas.

was speculation about a new Perdana on the Passat platform when a between Proton and Volkswagen was between 2004-2007. But the plan was when Volkswagen announced partnership talks had failed.

There was also talk Proton and Mitsubishi Australia in about a new Perdana in the form of a Mitsubishi 380 sedan, which ceased production in 2008.

speculation about Perdana was about using the Proton platform, the Nissan Fuga or the chassis with the Honda but nothing came of that.

Proton Perdana

The Perdana model was the cream of the for Proton, which produced its Saga model in 1985 in a industrialisation programme initiated by longest-serving prime minister Tun Dr Mohamad.

The Perdana SEi was first a decade after Proton#8217;s car and was in production from 1995 to It was based on the Mitsubishi Galant and came with the Japanese proven 2.0L 4G63 engine.

The first generation was Proton#8217;s first model to an anti-lock braking system and cruise control. In 1997, the was given a facelift with a grille, a new rim design, new body and upgraded interior trimmings.

In 1999, Proton fitted a new 2.0L 6A12 V6 engine a new bodykit and 16-inch rims.

In the Perdana V6 was given a major and new bumpers. Inside, it had a new aluminium-effect This iteration remained on until early 2010.

There was also a luxury of the Proton Perdana V6 with an length in the rear door, the Proton Perdana V6 Executive was converted by Automotive Conversion (ACE), a unit of EON specialised in limousines for statesmen.

Like the Perdana, the Perdana V6 was not exported to

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