The 2020 Perodua Bezza is equipped with four styles, with prices ranging from RM34,580 to RM49,980. Once the Perodua Bezza 1.3 Advance is released in 2020, many people think that it is not in line with the price of Malaysia's A-class sedan. Since consumers are very price-sensitive, it is very common for them to choose cars from different fields, especially in the case of poor economic conditions. Matching price and value is the primary consideration for locals when buying a car.
Compared with other A-class cars, the most expensive Proton Saga 1.3 Premium 2019 is only RM 39,800, which is nearly RM 10,000 cheaper than Bezza. If your budget is RM 50000, then you can consider Perodua MyVi 1.3 G (RM 50,290) or Proton Persona 1.6 Executive (RM 49,600).
During the press conference, Perodua received the most orders for Bezza 1.3 Premium X (RM 43,980). The equipment equipped on this car satisfied most customers, including keyless entry function, 15-inch tires, ESC and various others. Advanced Features. Among similar competing products, I think Bezza 1.3 Premium X is the most suitable competitor of Saga 1.3 Premium.
So, is the Bezza 1.3 Advance at the top of this version worth buying?
Bezza added two new body colors, garnet red (except for the 1.3-liter version) and granite gray, adding the existing four hues, namely ivory white, shiny silver, ocean blue and sugar brown.
Bezza's facelift is mainly reflected in the sense of movement. LED headlights and dual tone side skirts combine newly designed bumpers and grilles with a new sharp front end design. These two colors are standard in the entire series. LED headlights are not that important. The advantage is that they can bring a high-end feeling to the car. The disadvantage is that the cost of replacing the bulb will be more expensive than ordinary halogen lamps.
The AV uses a new 15-inch alloy rim, and the electric adjustable rearview mirror has now become the standard configuration of the series (it is retractable on the AV).
The top AV variant is equipped with the Advanced Safety Assist 2.0 (ASA 2.0) package, making it the most affordable car in Malaysia with this function.
ASA 2.0 includes pedestrian detection (up to 50 km/h), pre-collision warning (up to 100 km/h), pre-collision braking (up to 80 km/h), front departure warning and pedal error operation control, all of these functions together Work can achieve the purpose of reducing conflict.
Overall, the decoration of this car is impressive. Bezza's facelift is still sharp and dynamic.
The instrument panel on the left front of the passenger seat has been replaced by a flat plastic surface with silver stripes. It also adds a refurbished instrument panel with white backlight and an enhanced 7-inch touch screen infotainment system.
During the test drive, for a total of 120 kilometers, 7.608 liters of gasoline was used on the Bezza 1.3 Advance, which is equivalent to about 6.34 liters per 100 kilometers. At the same time, we disabled the automatic start/stop function, because activating this function will make people feel a little uncomfortable. If you can overcome this shortcoming, you can save more gasoline. Compared with Saga, Bezza is more economical and more fuel efficient than Saga 1.3 (we estimate 7.2 liters per 100 kilometers).
It is true that this Perodua Bezza 1.3 Advance 2020 is very expensive. Compared with its competitors, the driving dynamics is slightly unsatisfactory. However, from all angles, Bezza is still worth buying.
Because of its high gasoline efficiency, it is easy to drive in the city. Most importantly, it has advanced safety features in any A-class car. In short, Bezza is the cheapest ADAS car. It's worth it, isn't it?
Overall, Bezza excels in every aspect that makes it a great city car. It is easy to drive and park, and has a nice exit landscape space, enough to accommodate a family of 5 people.