It’s common practise for most to purchase either a Proton or Perodua upon deciding to be an E-hailing driver and here’s Proton’s way to relieve those turning to Grab, Mula and other E-hailing companies as an extra source of income.

Those who opt to purchase either an Iriz, Exora, Saga, Persona or the X70 which Proton says will be fitted with a N95 cabin filter in the future, will receive a Petronas fuel gift card worth RM500. As an alternative, you can opt to have a RM500 price rebate instead of the fuel card.

In order to be eligible for this, the customer will have to submit a copy of a valid PSV E-hailing license as proof, and register the vehicle under their own name. The promotion is also open to individuals purchasing a car to be used for E-hailing by a different driver.

In such situations, a Letter of Consent stating the purpose of the purchase would be required, along with the full name and Identification Number of the E-hailing Driver and a copy of their PSV E-hailing license.

Promotion ends 31st December 2020. For those looking to brighten up the Hari Raya celebrations which will be more restricted than before, it will cost you only RM9.99 if you book the Iriz, Saga, Persona and Exora online and RM99 for the Proton X70.

Since the 5th of May 2020, Proton has gradually resumed operations of its sales and service outlets located within the Green and Yellow Zones.


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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.