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post Jul 23 2003, 11:04 AM
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Heart Like a Wheel

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Thanks. Got summore...

1)Wind noise at high speed
2)ICE not good no tweeter
3)Horn not loud enough
4)Top speed 170km/h
5)No Britney Spear/Brad Pitt in Promotion
6)No Fog light
7)Exterior look less attractive than Vios (from most people comment)
8)Sport rim only 14" (Vios 15"/G)
9) No flowerhorn/aquarium
10) dashboard too quiet, I miss my old Satria 1.3
11) Steering too light - takes a while to get used to.
12) No arm rest.
13) Glove compartment too shalow.
14) No door unlock switch. Have to pull the knob by the window.
15) No CD Changer.
16) Seat Fabric gets dirty very easily
17) No door gaps (vios got 2 or more?) URL:
18) Rear seat not that convincing when going through some humps.
19) Not theft proof 'cos Waja door kenot open from the outside.
20) Don't have carbon monoxide sensor to auto crash the PW and allowing
fresh air and water(rain) to cum in.
21) Wira better, drink more gas..
22) Cheh!!! Honda can drive from A to B, niah. My ex-Waja drives from A
to B and most of the time to SC.
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post Apr 23 2006, 02:31 PM
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The Naza Sutera just launched , starts from RM 35,998.

Comes with features that future Savvy owners might think twice,few features
to name, such as

ii) Dual AirBags
iii) MP3 CD Player with 6 speakers.
iv) 6 funky colors (all models) to choose.

There is no figures to compare with Proton Savvy, as the Naza brochures did
not disclose any specifications to the car.

My opinion (unbiased)
i) It`s head room is taller than Savvy, no doubt of that.
ii) Good looking dashboard and a better looking steering wheel.

The downside is:
i) I hate the back lights; it`s worse than looking at Kia Rio. The Savvy could
probably win in this segment.
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post Apr 27 2006, 01:16 PM
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That is common though. I have even observed that a driver put his child
in front of him [in between his body and the steering wheel] when driving
around in a rural area! That is human air bag!
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