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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...