Published on December 8th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Proton Exora MPV Launched In Australia……Most Affordable MPV


Proton has launched “Australia’s most affordable seven-seater MPV”, the Exora priced from $25,990. With engine rated at 103kW and 205Nm, the powerplant is matched exclusively to a CVT transmission in the Exora. Lotus, “worked closely with the Exora’s engineers to tune the suspension, providing a comfortable ride and excellent handling”.

Featuring a two-three-two seating layout, the Exora’s standard equipment list includes air-conditioning for all three rows, split-fold seats, roof-mounted DVD, Bluetooth connectivity and, in the case of the GXR, leather upholstery and a reversing camera. The base model does with cloth trim and rear sensors only. The GXR also gets added equipment including daytime running lights; chrome exterior finishes and a rear spoiler. Safety equipment on both models includes front and side airbags, stability control and anti-lock brakes. Side curtain airbags for the second and rear rows are not offered. Combined ADR fuel economy is rated at 8.2L/100km. Year to date November, Proton has sold less than 600 cars in Australia for 2013.



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