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FIRST DRIVE: 2020 Proton X70 CKD review – now with Volvo 7DCT, RM95k to RM123k


It’s now time to answer all your questions regarding the new locally-assembled 2020 Proton X70 CKD. What’s the 7DCT like? What’s new and what has been left unchanged? Does it handle better now with Proton tuning? And what about the build quality, now that it’s made in Malaysia? Watch Hafriz Shah’s full review here.

Written review and pics here:

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  1. If there's one thing i like about this review is your honesty Hafriz. No sugarcoating and straight up truth. This is how i know how well this car will do. Great car. Better review

  2. This SUV just looks and feels like a European or North American vehicle. For the retail price, this may be a real competition to the Honda CR-V or the Mitsubishi Montero Sport even the Ford Ranger Wildtrak. Very nice styling and the quality has improved for the Proton from past modelsof previous years. I would consider this as a good buy. An AWD model would excellent.

  3. Unlike the Volvo 240 from yesteryear, the newer models never had any reputation being reliable and durable Having a Volvo gearbox may not necessarily be a good thing

  4. after 2 weeks of CKD X70 driving, including long distance on highway. For such a price and being a SUV, its ride and handling surprisingly good. NVH better than I expected. However, UI for info cluster, can be improved. The sound quality of the sound system, despite of having a subwoofer, it sounds very thin. Low frequency is either not there or increase just low level noise when increase the bass (it is written 'base' in the info cluster).

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