Pressured by economy uncertainties in 2016 which may hurt car sales, Proton jump started the year with their “It’s in the Drive” sales campaign. The event is currently ongoing at every Proton Edar dealerships nationwide and will end on 31 March 2016.

The first roadshow was held at Setia City Convention Centre, Shah Alam last weekend. Customers looking for a new Proton car were offered an interest rate of 2.8 percent (applies to all Proton models). For fresh graduates, Proton offers a special graduate scheme that lets you pay a monthly instalment from just RM258 a month!proton-testdrive-1

Customers with existing Proton cars can trade in their cars and enjoy rebates up to RM3,000 via the Loyalty Reward. There’s also a trade-in rebate of up to RM100 per year for existing Proton owners for each year of their current Proton’s age. This means if your car is 10 years old, you’ll get a rebate of RM1,000. Several Proton models made in 2015 will be given a discount of up to RM6,200.

Apart from that, Proton offers a free 30-point safety inspection and special vehicle service packages. During the event in Setia City, defensive driving sessions were carried out, showcasing the active safety features found in modern Proton models to the public.

Customers who participated in the test drives are also eligible to participate in the  “Test Drive & Win” contest, where a Proton Suprima S and other consumer electronic goodies are up for grabs.


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Formerly spamming articles about cars and motorsports on this site until the day-job caught up. While the day job remains as exciting as a certain beige sedan, writing about cars could be his closest display of showing passion on cars until he gets either a Bimmer, or an Hachiroku one day...