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2014 Proton Preve Review: GXR

It's hard to beat on paper, but how does the Proton Preve shape up on the road?

Proton Prevé Review

The name means 'to prove' but the Proton Preve struggles to show evidence of being a competitive small car offering.

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Proton Prevé enters run-out with no replacement in sight

The Proton Prevé will slowly disappear from Australian showrooms next year, and there’s no word on a successor for the small sedan at this stage. Proton Cars Australia is currently running out existing stock of the Prevé and has no plans to import any extra stock of the car in 2016...

Proton Prevé GXR: pricing and specifications

A sportier version of Proton's small sedan, the Proton Prevé GXR, has launched in Australia from $22,990 driveaway - a price that includes a $1000 cash back bonus. The Proton Preve GXR is powered by the same turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine found in the seven-seat Proton Exora, developing 103kW at 5000rpm and 205Nm between 2000-4000rpm, and claiming combined cycle fuel consumption of 8...

Proton Prevé price slashed to $15,990 driveaway

The price of the Proton Preve has been slashed to $15,990 driveaway, making it one of the cheapest small cars on the market. Originally priced at $18,990 driveaway, the $3000 price cut represents a 16 per cent saving on the five-speed manual Preve. The automatic CVT-equipped Preve is now also $3000 cheaper, down from $20,990 to $17,990 driveaway...

Proton Prevé earns brand's first ANCAP five-star safety rating

The Proton Preve has been awarded a five-star ANCAP safety rating, making it the Malaysian manufacturer's first model to earn top marks from the independent crash tester. The small-sized Proton Preve sedan scored 34...

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2013 Proton Prevé GX Review

Fixed price servicing at 15,000km intervals with a 5 year/175,000km warranty and a purchase price under $14,000 my GX CVT Prevé is affordable. With most components sourced from BOSCH such as timing belt, filters, discs, pads etc it is a mainstream vehicle. The CVT transmission is from Punch International who supply Holden commodore autos, and are likely to be Commodore's new owner...


I think people are too caught up with performance they can't use. Who has confirmed their 0-100 times? If you do then you just thrashed the daylights out of your machine. As far as style, no worse than the squashed snake look that everyone copies, even the newest toyota. You need a finder's guide to see what car you are looking at...