Forget the new bodykit for Raya – get a child seat from Perodua at a discounted price instead!


Soon, the days of watching a kid in the car next to you jumping up and down, back and forth from the front seat to the back will be over after mandatory usage of child seats come into effect in 2020.

Perodua is taking the lead in this initiative by offering GearUp ISOFIX child seats at promotional prices of RM660 (reduced from RM785) for the Infant Seat and RM780 (reduced from RM975) for the Toddler Seat. The promo runs from 13th May to 30th of June 2019.

The Infant seat is designed for infants weighing up to 13kg and is available in red or grey colours while the Toddler seat can accommodate children weighing from 9kg to 36kg and is available in red or black.

“The general lack of compliance by Malaysian motorists with regard to child car seat usage is frightening to say the least, as children are the most vulnerable occupants in a moving vehicle,” said Perodua Auto Corporation Sdn Bhd Vice-President Datuk Ahmad Suhaimi Hashim, who is also Chairman of the Perodua Safety Committee.

Aside from the promotion, Perodua will also be conducting targeted educational and awareness campaigns throughout the month of Ramadan on the importance of safely strapping your kids into an appropriate seat.

Speaking of safety, have you checked out our review video of the Perodua Aruz?

“As a Malaysian carmaker, we feel it is our responsibility to educate our customers and the public on road safety. We understand that education is a long-term process, and we are committed to it,” added Datuk Suhaimi.

Aside from the well-being of your children, Perodua is also encouraging owners to look into the health of their Perodua vehicles with a 50% off promo on labour charges with a minimum of RM170 spent before taxes, in a single receipt.

The offer is available at all authorised Perodua service centres nationwide on the 14th, 16th, 21st and 23rd of May (1-5pm), 27th till 31st May (8am-5pm) and 3rd June (8am-5pm).


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Pan Eu Jin

Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.
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