Proton Reviews

Malaysian carmaker founded in the 1980s initially produced rebadged Mitsubishi models, but now produces a range of budget-priced cars of its own design. Models imported from Malaysia and sold in Australia include the small Suprima S hatch, Preve sedan, and Exora seven-seat peoplemover.

If money talks, the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso is an eloquent orator against...Read more
Proton Exora, priced from $25,990, drive away, is quite simply the most...Read more
When we road tested the all-new Proton Preve sedan at its introduction...Read more
Proton Australia makes no bones about it; the new Proton Exora is quite...Read more
It's Australia's cheapest people mover and you know what, it isn't half...Read more
Malaysian manufacturer Proton would like us to pronounce the name of their...Read more
It's tough out there in car land, and tougher to get traction if you are a...Read more
A UK Top Gear host famously reviewed the Nissan Micra while wearing a...Read more
…and competent budget cars rolling out of Australian showrooms. Cheap in...Read more
When I was a kid we used to play a game to while away the hours of long,...Read more
For Proton to be competitive the price needs to be $14,990 instead of the...Read more
Malaysian car manufacturer Proton has pitched its new Persona at the...Read more
Proton is jumping on the popular light-car segment in Australia by...Read more
For a long time, Proton's best-selling model was an aged, two-tone bargain...Read more
A friend bought a new car last week. That's not unusual, but the car she...Read more
The Corolla-sized compact is the start of a change of life at Proton. The...Read more
Knowing that Lotus has its parent company in Malaysia also gets a lot of...Read more
That rude, obnoxious man, for example, will always remain so, even if he...Read more
The Malaysian hatchback, five-doors in a compact package, has some perky...Read more

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