Proton Exora versus Perodua Alza

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After honestly reviewing my own M-Line Proton Exora in 2009, I’m back with a mini entry, but now with some visual comparison. Last year, on the same day of my wife’s birthday, we received our brand new white 1.6 litres Proton Exora. Eleven months after that, my brother decided to sold his Honda Civic (not sure which year) at an astonishingly high second hand value price and used the cash as a huge down payment for his electrifying new silver Proton Alza. Without any delay, he installed a cool set of skirting on his basic auto Alza, making it look sportier. The photos were taken last Saturday at our folks home. Budeen requested me to park my car side by side with his. He wanted to make a quick visual comparison of Proton Exora and Perodua Alza.



So, does size matter?

It depends on the size of your family, not your belly!!! Hahaha…. I’ve got 6 (3 children) in the house while Budeen have 4 (including 2 infants). Hence, I need the masculinity in size of Exora. Budeen in the other hand don’t need the space as much as me. He need to get “productive” first, then only he may consider getting Toyota Aphard.

Do you experience any Proton Exora problems or any Perodua Alza problems, please do share with us. We would like to know them as well.

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12 Responses

  1. He need to get “productive” first?

    haha..i agree..

  2. cyza says:

    When I refer productive, I meant getting a complete football team… hahaha…

  3. madlut says:

    how about their performance in term of speed and oil usage? i,ve heard that perodua used toyota engine which is better in saving oil..

    sorry if my english like direct translation..haha

  4. cyza says:

    Hmmm…I’m not really sure on the speed ad oil consumption for Perodua Alza. What I was informed by Budeen was that the car is good. Haha… but it is tough and not fair to compare with Proton Exora because those 2 are totally from different class.

    I’ll let my brother explain more on his car…

    You have good English bro…don’t worry 🙂

  5. botak says:

    ish..alza tu ade skirting ke?x penah perasan seh..
    naik dah banyak kali dah..
    aduh..rosakkahh mataku ini?

  6. cyza says:

    Ha’a la bro…Can’t you see the difference?!?!?!

  7. adamfaiz says:

    Size does matter for a family man..small car cannot even carry your stuff even if you only have I baby..the stroller, basket, and clothes already ocupy most of the storage..but some people like sporty, compact car…

  8. cyza says:

    It’s a choice based on interest, lifestyle and economics. What’s your car bro? ops, sorry…let me rephrase… What are your cars?

  9. MPVhunter says:

    you guys watch “DRIVEN” on 8tv? they testdrive both car with bunch of passengers. Guess what, alza wins by 0.8 second…
    Not much difference right, from what i see, u’re right cyza. I will get my alza soon coz i only have one kid and one more to come,
    and i don’t really need much of a space. Cik Alza, i want you,hehe

  10. cyza says:

    Haha..go and hunt for Cik Alza… 🙂

  11. syuk says:

    exora la the best..

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