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proton is nearly bankcrupted...
the front n rear of the car car above myvi looks copy of Daihatsu sirion or Toyota Passo . . .
I Love JDM Cars . . .
I like the new sedan being developed!!.Malaysia is the only country in South-East Asia that has developed and nurtured a home grown automobile industry!.Unless, South Korea comes under "South-East Asia"!!.Great!!.Though i still have my reservations about Proton cars in the Pak market!!.Unless they develop a reliable after sales network and parts suppliers , Proton will find it difficult to challenge the established players in Pak!...
Age is a very high price to pay for maturity.
WHO SAY PROTON is nearly bankcrupted..?? PROTON HAVE A LOT OF MONEY AND PROTON PLAN TO TAKE OVER MITSUBISHI PLANT AT AUSTRALIA.BECAUSE OF MONEY WV AND GM PLAN TO JOINT VENTURE WITH PROTON.NEW PROTON PLANT IN TANJUNG MALIM IS THE BIGGEST IN ASIA AND PROTON R&D IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.THEY CAN MAKE NEW MODEL ONLY 64HOUR PER MODEL
BAD NEWS TO SAY.PROTON NOW JUST STOP THEIR PRODUCTION OF PROTON WIRA...SO NO MORE PROTON WIRA AFTER THIS.JUST GEN2 HATCHBACK AND SEDAN ONLY.THEY PLAN TO STOP WIRA PRODUCTION AFTER WRM (GEN 2)LAUCHING BUT STILL CONTINUE WIRA.NOW THEY ALL READY STOP WIRA PRODUCTION.
do u even know about proton??
its not nearly bankrupt its da nuba 1 selling car in malaysia u might be just saying da cuz u dont see it in pk or as u r caling it United Kingdom
WrItIn Lyk tHx Diz iZ uNkEwLxxx AND mAKeX u SeEM ReTardEd!!
these r flop
the cultus has chagned engine but they hav not
m i right ?
when was suzu launched n when did they do it
how much time they hav taken
plz giv them atleast half the time as taken for CULTUS, margalla
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funny thing to say, malay carmaker's *** is only saved by the 100% tariff.
proton is losing money.
it is not even the "naba" 1 car in Malaysia. it is Perodua.
am Malaysian, and I can safely and confidently tell you that the vast vast vast majority of educated Malaysians (those not easily brainwashed by Government propoganda) think that the Malaysian national carmaker, Proton and Perodua, make pathetic, useless, unreliable, expensive cars.
The only reason we drive them there is because to "protect" the national car, excise or import tax at 50% up to 200% for sports models is levied on imported cars, making them impossible to buy if you arent filthy rich.
This one minister, as is often the case, does NOT speak for the Malaysian populace. Malaysians AREN'T offended by Mr Clarkson's comments. Ask ANY Malaysian, and they will tell you what a piece of junk Protons are. There is a famous saying in Malaysia. "Keep your Cola tins, because you can use them to patch up your Proton or Perodua bodywork"!
Oh, for your information. I am extremely embarrased to admit to my Brit mates that Proton is a Malaysian car.
and for Perodua
Perodua does not actually produce any in house designs or engineering for the main components (i.e engine, transmission). All Perodua cars are badge engineered from Daihatsu. Daihatsu owns a majority stake in Perodua and in turn is itself now a subsidiary of Toyota Corp. In 2004, the Toyota Avanza started being assembled by Perodua in their factory in Rawang for the Malaysian market.
the bst n most cutest is tht orange one
sho us sum interior pics of tht car particularly
back to Proton
In 2006, Proton's sales dropped 30.4% from 166,118 in 2005 to 115,538 for the Malaysia market, with a later report indicating a 55% fall of sales to 962.3 million ringgit, its lowest in at least seven years. This allowed Perodua to overtake Proton as the country's largest passenger carmaker for the first time, with a 41.6% market share, while Proton's market share fell from 40% in 2005 to 32% in 2006. In the period ending December 31, 2006, Proton has also suffered three consecutive quarterly losses. Compared to a profit of 86.5 million ringgit in 2005, the car company lost 281.5 million ringgit in 2006. Proton blamed discounts from rivals.
Total losses in 2007's financial year climbed to $169 million.
wish malaysia has the import policy as of singapore... you would see mercs/bmws everywhere. But ofcourse, malay protecting their property no matter what the cost
the cost is
when you buy a Proton, you think" I paid the money of a Merc"
I'm a freak who lost his mind in the busy world of today and takes his frustration by being funny with others
Watch these beautiful Malaysian
"The messenger of Allah said: "Islam is to testify that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah, to perform the prayers, to pay the zakat, to fast in Ramadhan, and to make the pilgrimage to the House if you are able to do so." He said: " You have spoken rightly", Jebreel (Gabriel) from Number 2 of "Al-Nawawi's Forty Hadiths."
well it is a big flop is pakistan .. it was launched in pakistan months back and i havent seen any on the road...
hmm not bad
the v6 Perdana would be interesting ,
performance figures ??? if anyone can dig out for me
My cuz recently came from malaysia , he said that protons are very popular their , as well as 4g63 swaps in protons for modding /racing purposes is quite popular too