Tag: Saga

Record sales for Proton in July

Record sales for Proton in July

Proton entered the second half of 2018 on a strong note with the highest number of deliveries since 30 months earlier. A total of 8,102 vehicles were registered nationwide, an increase of 31% over the previous month. Compared to the same month in 2017, the sales volume this year was […]

Proton reports sales numbers for 2017

Proton reports sales numbers for 2017

Ahead of the annual press briefing by the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) on new vehicle sales in 2017, Proton has announced that it sold a total of 70,991 vehicles during the past year. This was lower than the 72,291 units sold in 2016 and one of the reasons given for […]

Sales picking up for Proton

Sales picking up for Proton

  Reporting on its sales performance ahead of the usual monthly report by the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), Proton says it delivered 66,190 vehicles during the period from January to November this year. This is a 2% increase over the same period in 2016. Commenting on the latest numbers, Abdul […]

New Proton Saga and Persona launched in Brunei

New Proton Saga and Persona launched in Brunei

Proton has launched the latest Persona and Saga in Brunei, the third new model to be introduced in that market in less than 6 months. Brunei is the first export market to sell the two new models which were launched in Malaysia in August and September last year. “We are […]

Winner of Proton Search Contest gets a new Proton Saga

Winner of Proton Search Contest gets a new Proton Saga

Mohd Isa bin Ibrahim Shah, a civil servant who formerly worked with RISDA, was rewarded for his loyalty to Proton with a brand new Proton Saga today. He was the Grand Prize winner of the ‘Proton Search Contest 2016′ which was run to search for the longest-owned Proton car which is […]

The all-new Proton Saga Generation 3 is launched

The all-new Proton Saga Generation 3 is launched

In the early part of 1985, a new Toyota Corolla 1.3LE cost just under RM20,000, a price that was considered somewhat expensive (at that time). Although cars seemed cheap enough earlier, their prices started to creep up, limiting the motorisation of Malaysian society. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, then Prime Minister, […]