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Proton's Exora is Australia's most affordable seven-seater - so is it a bargain?

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2016 Proton Suprima and Exora get pricing changes, equipment revisions

The 2016 Proton Suprima S hatchback and Exora MPV ranges have been given minor refreshes, with prices of Suprima S models slashed and the Exora gaining new equipment. For this update, the base Suprima S GXA now starts at $17,990 drive away, well down on the previous $21,790 drive away price. The upper-spec GXRA can now be had for $20,990 drive away, almost $6,000 less than the 2014/15 figure...

Proton Exora: Australia's cheapest seven-seater launches from $25,990 driveaway

The Proton Exora has launched in Australia priced from $25,990 driveaway, confirming its status as the country's cheapest seven-seater. Available in two trim specifications, the entry-level Exora GX and the Exora GXR priced at $27,990 driveaway, the Proton Exora starts $4000 cheaper than the all-new seven-seat Kia Rondo and second-generation Ssangyong Stavic – both currently $29,990 driveaway...

Proton Exora: Australia's cheapest seven-seater due in 2013

The all-new Proton Exora MPV is set to become the cheapest seven-seater in Australia when it goes on sale around the middle of 2013. Proton Australia told CarAdvice the Exora would be priced below the current price leader in the people-mover segment, the Kia Rondo, which is available from $25,990 before on-road costs for the five-speed manual variant...

Proton Exora Owner Reviews

2014 Proton Exora Gxr Review

I'm in the final stages of a lease of this car so not an actual owner. I decided to lease this after being impressed with the amount of room it has with both rear rows folded down, nice and flat. Never seen an official figure but it must be well over 2000 litres of space for a weekend trip to Bunnings. It has been generally comfortable, reliable, and a great everyday drive...