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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby silv3r » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:18 am

high fuel consumption. Looks sporty.
If only they use petronas E01 engine in this car. It will be great and powerful. 2.0l engine. nice.

Technical Specifications

Valve mechanism: Continuous Control VVT (Variable Valve Timing)
Camshaft: Double OverHead Camshaft (DOHC)
Displacement: 2 litres
Induction: Natural Aspirated
Cylinders: 4, In-line
Valves per cylinder: 4
Block: Aluminum
Weight: 108.9kg
Max Horsepower: 204.3 PS @ 7300rpm
Max Torque: 203Nm @ 5300rpm
Power Output per litre: 100 PS/litre
Volumetric Efficiency: 107.8%
Emission Standards: EURO 2


Original design targets for the engine was 200ps max power, 200Nm torque and 120kg weight. So basically PETRONAS engineers managed to exceed their original design targets.

As a benchmark, the Honda K20A makes 220PS but at a higher 8000rpm. Maximum torque is equivalent to the E01 at 200Nm, but maximum torque is only achievable at 7000rpm while the PETRONAS E01 gets max torque at a relatively low 5300rpm.


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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby GTSW20 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 12:19 pm

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby g@b@nTr0m3n » Fri Aug 16, 2013 1:27 pm

kemaya krita tuk ka datai ba mihi? ka meda ketuk ketuk din ditu..
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby rabbit75 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 1:48 pm

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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby Vandrexz » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:08 pm

soundsyst64 wrote:I like car, but I don't like driving them in daily basis.
I prefer motorbike.

Motorbike with roof. I predict in the future this kind of transport will be increasing. :)
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby Ayah » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:36 pm

MetalHead wrote:And here comes more inferior bashing, a typical trait of Mc.net members :lol:


hahahaha.....anything abt malaysia or buatan malaysia....memang kena hantam :mrgreen:
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby united84 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:14 pm

I dont understand why they are trying to compete against the korean and japanese car makers based on their pricing. For the same price, I would go for Kia Rio. They havent learn their mistake on Inspira and preve ? Proton should just stick to their cost leadership model instead of trying to look good and think that Malaysians are dumb enough to buy a proton just because its Malaysian lol.
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby GeminiGeek » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:41 pm

Not bad ah. Ada turbo. I wonder how's the power like. Never driven a CVT car, I wonder how does it feel.

Tempted to do test drive for the kick of it.
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby soundsyst64 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:59 pm

Vandrexz wrote:
soundsyst64 wrote:I like car, but I don't like driving them in daily basis.
I prefer motorbike.

Motorbike with roof. I predict in the future this kind of transport will be increasing. :)


Sorry. No roof. It makes bike look bulky and hard to maneuver at traffic jam.
I prefer the normal ones, open to elements. That's the definition of true bikers. :)
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby GeminiGeek » Sat Aug 17, 2013 8:12 am

Just saw the specs. 205Nm at 2000RPM? That should be quite fun to drive with.
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby harrisonabot » Sat Aug 17, 2013 12:22 pm

Proton Suprima S ditawar pada harga RM76,388 hingga RM79,988....:)
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby MARINE SURVEYOR » Sat Aug 17, 2013 5:11 pm

Better buy 2nd hand wira 1.6 manual or auto convert to EVO 3.

Cheap n more suprima...
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby Pause » Sat Aug 17, 2013 11:31 pm

Lol, spec looks good but so many tough comments here. Funny how there's still so many tin kosong vios on the road. Wonder why Mirians still worship Vios J like it's a Bugatti.

Let's have a look into the mind of a typical vios fan..

A car, classy from far,
Looks like dugong packed in a jar,
No more waiting - traffic will part,
Hope to capture everyone's heart,
Loan 9 years,
Salary brought me to tears,
Don't mind how much I pay,
As long as I drive a Vios J.


Oh, and for the record, I don't drive a Toyota, P1 or P2. But the specs for Preve and Suprima looks decent. Hope our national car manufacturer does a better job in their QA this time round.
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby mike88 » Sat Aug 17, 2013 11:53 pm

u prefer a car that need to send bac to factory regularly for different kind of issue with so-call decent spec or a car u only need to send bac for oil service but with basis spec?
there's a reason why ppl keep buying or at least prefer a toyota over a cheaper proton car..u cant assume all toyota owners are idiot.. u dare to say no preve owner not satisfy with their car? lol..
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Re: Proton Suprima S – Preve Hatchback

Postby Pause » Sun Aug 18, 2013 12:10 am

mike88 wrote:u prefer a car that need to send bac to factory regularly for different kind of issue with so-call decent spec or a car u only need to send bac for oil service but with basis spec?
there's a reason why ppl keep buying or at least prefer a toyota over a cheaper proton car..u cant assume all toyota owners are idiot.. u dare to say no preve owner not satisfy with their car? lol..


So you're driving a Preve and has to send it for repair regularly?

Vios isn't that far off in terms of quality. It may be a tad more reliable, that's about it. Outdated technology, horrible handling, plasticky feel, questionable safety and yet people still worship the car. Don't compare Toyota now and 1980s Toyota, there's no quality in today's CKD Toyotas.

People keep buying Toyota? Herd mentality, my friend, not idiocy.
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