Proton is a Malaysian automaker that is ready to launch its vehicles in Pakistan. Earlier this month, the company launched its SUV X70. After the successful launch of X70, now the company is coming forward with another car in the market, the Proton Saga 1300cc sedan.
Proton – Company Profile
Proton is originally a Malaysian automaker that recently stepped into Pakistan’s automobile market with exciting competition among the locally popular cars. If we talk about the company’s profile in the country, Proton has collaborated with a local company Al-Haj Automotive to establish its footprint in the country.
Proton Saga 1300cc Sedan Launch
Reportedly, the completely built-up units (CBU) of the Proton Saga 1300cc sedan are already making it to the local dealerships ahead of the launch ceremony.
We can expect the official launch of the vehicle by the Malaysian auto brand in January. As reported, more than 100 units have already arrived in the country and will be ready to get on the roads in no time. It is worth mentioning that the company plans to start the production of vehicles in Pakistan starting from the following year.
Proton Saga Trim Levels
- Standard MT (1299 cc)
- Standard AT (1299 cc)
- Premium AT (1299 cc)
The Proton Saga 1300cc sedan is launching soon in Pakistan. While we still await the launch event, there are several exciting features of the car that we can talk about. The new sedan comes with a modern and sleek design and an option-loaded interior.
Moreover, the Proton Saga sedan will come with alloy rims, fog lamps, and rear spoilers. Apart from these highlighted features, we will also be able to find dual front airbags, Anti-lock braking system (ABS), DRLs (Premium AT), Stability Control (Premium AT), Traction control (Premium AT), Front parking sensors (Premium AT) and Reverse camera (Premium AT).
Price in Pakistan
The new 1300cc sedan from Proton is expected to be priced at around PKR 2.5 Million. However, the actual price will be confirmed once the car is officially launched by the company in the coming days.
Recently, Changan also launched a competitive sedan Alsvin in Pakistan. As claimed by the company, Alsvin is the cheapest sedan available in the market as compared to the list of competitors. However, The Proton Saga 1300cc sedan may also run at an equal status in the race with Alsvin based on its price tag.
Pakistan’s automobile industry is continuously rotating between the hands of newcomers in the market. The great thing is that the local public is willing to invest in the new cars to appreciate the gesture. With the return of KIA and Hyundai in the country, most car companies have stepped forward to take a part in the race and make successful market status for the upcoming years. We can expect Proton Saga to soon be a part of this competitive environment.
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