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The Proton X50 Just Launched & Prices Start As Low As RM79,200

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Many have been eagerly anticipating the unveiling of Proton’s latest X50 model and today that wait is finally over!

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Proton took to their Facebook live today to announce the Proton X50’s introductory prices and many were shocked to discover that the latest model in 1.5T Standard variant was going for as low as RM79,200.

Following the announcement by Dr Li Chunrong, CEO of Proton, there are four specifications for this model that are available. Here’s the breakdown:

  • 1.5T Standard Variant (RM79,200)
  • 1.5T Standard Executive (RM84,800)
  • 1.5T Premium (RM93,200)
  • 1.5TGDi Flagship (RM103,300)

These special prices (without insurance) are valid until the end of 2020 (31 December) in line with the sales tax exemption in Peninsula Malaysia.

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Before the big reveal, Proton was said to already acquire 20,000 bookings for the X50 in two weeks despite an additional RM500 booking cost. Many are drawn to Proton’s SUV series (X70 and X50) due to their extensive safety features and ADAS. This includes functions like Forward Collision Warning, Pedestrian Detection, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist, and Lane Departure Warning Systems.

What do you guys think about the X50? Do these extra features make the model worth it? 

 

Also read: Honda, Perodua & Other Car Brands That Are Reducing Their Prices For The 2020 SST Exemption!

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