The humble Proton Saga is turning 35 this Thursday, the 9th of July 2020. To celebrate the occasion, the national carmaker will be introducing an Anniversary Edition for the Proton Saga, and we’re all invited to join in the fun by voting for the car’s slogan.

The slogan competition, which began yesterday and will run until 11.59pm of 8th July, invites participants to vote on their favourite among three slogans – ‘Saga, Driving Malaysians’, ‘Saga, Ilhamku, Kebangaanku‘ (Saga, my inspiration, my happiness), and ‘Raikan, Saga‘ (Celebrate the Saga).

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Aside from just selecting their favourite, participants are also required to provide a creative rationale for their chosen slogan within 350 words. Eight prizes are up for grabs, with winners selected based on the most popular slogan, and the creativity of their rationale.

The grand prize winner will take home RM3,350 worth of Shopee vouchers; second place and third place gets RM2,350 and 1,350 in Shopee vouchers respectively. The remaining five winners will each receive a Parker ball pen.

To participate, follow the link to the Proton Saga Anniversary Edition Slogan contest page here, and complete the form. Make sure that your contact details are accurate, as the winners will be contacted, and their vouchers delivered via the email address provided.

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As for the Proton Saga Anniversary Edition, no details of the car have been provided just yet, but we expect to see an exclusive exterior paint job, along with possibly a few special trim touches to mark the occasion. The Saga Anniversary Edition will also most definitely be a limited-edition model.

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on our page as we bring you the latest coverage on the 9th of July. Meanwhile, here are seven things that you may not know about the oldest nameplate in Proton’s model line-up!


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