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Published on February 20th, 2021 | by Amirul Mukminin


Perodua Ativa Brochure And Price List Leaked

As widely expected, Perodua’s latest SUV will be christened the Ativa

Well, that didn’t take long. Shortly after the order books were officially opened for the upcoming Perodua D55L, we managed to get hold of what seems to be a genuine brochure for the SUV as well as the price lists for all three variants.


Apart from some additional info on the Rocky-based model, the leaked brochure also confirms that it will be called the Perodua Ativa. The brochure also bears the incomprehensible tagline “Activate Every Destination”. We’ll let Perodua do the explaining when the time comes.

Anyway, as previously confirmed, the Ativa will be offered in X, H and AV variants. LED headlamps are standard across all variants but the H and V will come with Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB), while the base model makes do with Auto High Beam (AHB).


Next, we now know that the upper two variants get two-tone 17-inch alloy wheels with a double five-spoke design. The design of the rear LED combination tail lamps appear unchanged from the Raize/Rocky but on the Perodua, there’s a chrome strip on the bottom part of the black garnish.

Thanks to this brochure, we also get to see the 7-inch TFT multi-info display and the 9-inch infotainment display, both equipped as standard on the H and AV.


It’s no secret that the Ativa will be powered by a turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine. Though no output figures have been divulged yet, we don’t see any reason for the Ativa to have less than what the Raize and Rocky offer. The engine is mated to a D-CVT.

As for safety, Perodua is making the Advanced Safety Assist (ASA) standard across the Ativa lineup. The ASA, which was first featured on the Myvi, now operates on higher speeds and is capable of detecting two-wheeled vehicles.

All variants of the Ativa are fitted with six airbags, ABS with EBD and BA, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Hill Hold Assist (HHA) and Isofix. Rear corner sensors come as standard, while front corner sensors and reverse camera are reserved for the H and AV. The latter gets an additional feature in the form of Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).

Now, the pricing. Opting for the two-tone colour scheme (Pearl Delima Red or Pearl Diamond White with black roof) on the Ativa AV will set you back RM73,400 on-the-road without insurance. Without the black roof, the range-topping variant is priced at RM72,600.

Meanwhile, the Ativa X and H are priced at RM67,300 and RM62,500, respectively. Note that the prices mentioned include the accessories pack, which comprises of carpet mat, safety triangle, license plate holder and security tinted film (only for the AV).


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