While waiting for the launch of the new Perodua Alza (code name D27A), many dealers have started accepting orders for MPVs before Perodua officially announced.
The latest Facebook group post on Alza 2022 claims that the launch date will be early next month and this MPV will be sold at RM69k. And, they invite customers to save for a fee as low as RM100.
The launch in June seems to be commendable as Perodua had earlier announced that production for the old Alger would end in April this year, after increasing space for production delays due to flooding, traffic control orders and other restrictions. Initially, Perodua wanted to finish production of the Alza D46T in January.
At that time, Perodua announced that production of the D27A model would begin as soon as the old D46T model was discontinued. The transmission further states that the new Alza will have the next three variants, starting with the most basic X, then H and AV being the most complete variant.
If it is true that the new Alza starts from RM69k, then it will be more expensive than the replaced model. Old Alza is sold for between RM49,944 and RM60,525 At this time the price on the street without insurance and without SST. Excluding SST rebates, old Alger prices range from RM51,490 to RM62,690.
This will make Alza more expensive than the Ativa sold at a starting price of RM61,500, as well as close to the Aruz price range. However, Aruz uses build Ladder-frame And uses the Alza build when driving the rear wheel unibody And front wheel racing.
The new Alja Daihatsu is expected to use the New Global Architecture (DNGA) platform, such as the Ativa CKD and the latest Toyota Avanza / Daihatsu Xenia. It will be larger than the older model, although its wheelbase is 2,750mm-longer than the Proton Xora (+20mm) but shorter than the Mitsubishi Expender (-25mm).
The so-called new price certainly takes into account all the innovations made in this model compared to the old one. Not just about size, but also about the material, the design, and most importantly, the safety technology – as seen in the other Peruvian model lines right now.
For the engine, it can be expected that the latest units of Avanza will be used; The 2NR-VE 1.5-liter NA dual VVT-i four-cylinder (106 PS and 138 Nm) is the only option available. It is paired with a D-CVT for power on the front wheels. More detailed breakdown of new Alzheimer’s here.
So, we have already heard from unofficial sources that this new Alza will be launched in June in three variants, starting price RM69k. Anyway, we are waiting for the confirmation and official announcement from Perodua after this.