The Perodua Viva is a city car and is a small, moderately powered automobile intended for use in urban areas manufactured by Malaysian automaker Perodua Perodua, acronym of Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Berhad is Malaysia's second automobile manufacturer after Proton....
since May 10, 2007. It was originally planned to be the replacement of Perodua's current city cars - the Perodua Kancil The Perodua Kancil is a small car manufactured by Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua in Malaysia and the Perodua Kelisa.
The Perodua Kelisa is a compact car based on a 7th generation Daihatsu Mira, and manufactured by Perodua. Once launched, Perodua decided to market it as a Kelisa replacement only, and will continue to sell the Kancil. The Perodua Viva is based on the 6th generation Daihatsu Mira , also known as the Cuore, Domino or Charade outside of Japan, is a kei car class type. All of the Perodua Viva grades uses Daihatsu DVVT engines. Only the Premium version comes with dual airbag and ABS.
SpecificationsThe Perodua Viva was launched with 6 grades. They include:
- The 660EX manual: RM 28,000
- The 850EX manual: RM 32,000
- The 1.0SX Standard manual: RM 37,000
- The 1.0SXi Premium manual: RM 41,000
- The 1.0EZ Standard automatic: RM 40,000
- The 1.0EZi Premium automatic: RM 44,000