What is the difference between GXtra and Axia G?

What is the difference between GXtra and Axia G?

The Axia GXtra is basically an Axia G but with VSC, a different front and rear bumper, and foldable side mirrors. As for the Axia Style, it’s a micro-SUV with a slightly higher ride height and bigger 15-inch wheels (regular Axias have 14-inch wheels). It definitely is a strange looking hatchback and a novelty to many.

Is Perodua a reliable car?

This car is the epitome of reliability since it is made by Daihatsu (Toyota). Its been almost 7 years since I’ve got this car and not once I’ve had a problem with the engine or gearbox. It offers the minimal stuff that a standard car from the early 2000’s does. Its fuel efficiency is very commendable (manual).

What is Axia G?

Perodua Axia 1.0 G AT is a 5 seater Hatchback available at a starting price of RM 32,485 in the Malaysia. It is available in 4 colors and Automatic transmission option in the Malaysia. The Axia 1.0 G AT dimensions is 3645 mm L x 1620 mm W x 1510 mm H.

Is Axia worth to buy?

If convenient and affordable personal transportation is what you are looking for, the Axia is an option you should consider. Being one of the cheapest cars in the market, it’s hard to complain about the Axia’s shortcomings. It’s certainly in our Top 5 best cars for first time car buyers.

What segment is Axia?

city car/A-segment car
The Axia, which is a city car/A-segment car was not originally launched to compete with the similar but more upmarket subcompact/B-segment Proton Iriz, which also launched in the second half of 2014.

Is Perodua Axia worth buying?

What country made Perodua?

The Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sendirian Berhad (Second Automobile Manufacturer Private Limited), usually abbreviated to Perodua (/pəˈrɒdjuə/), is Malaysia’s largest car manufacturer, closely followed by Proton.

Is Axia good for long drive?

The Axia is fuel efficient… if you drive it efficiently. We managed 6.5 l/100km in the Axia we tested. Unfortunately, efficient driving in the Axia means staying in the left lane most of the time. With only four forward gears, driving at 110 – 120 km/h means revving near 3,000 rpm.

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