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Re: Perodua VIVA?
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because they never sell well enough to be tagged with the same model name (except for local sales)

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Local sales would never count would it?

And this new naming scheme - the name sounds great, but wouldn't Perodua get a RM1000 fine for each model they produce for not using a name in Malay language?

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on the other hand, Satria Neo is getting heaps of publicity down here

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not far different from myvi..

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Re: Perodua VIVA?
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Quote:

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I've heard that it's a replacement for both the Kelisa and the Kancil. Personally I think makes sense because both models are too similar to be selling side by side.

With the exception of the Satria, anyone else ever realise that national car manufacturers (all two of them) never carries old model names over for new products? Everything is just 'replacing' the current ones.


ya.at least they should do that for any model..make it like a legend from one generation to other..maybe by maintaning the same name but with different variation/ surname..

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Re: Perodua VIVA?
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problem is, none of the models are legitimate or qualified to be a legend.

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Maybe the original Proton Saga can, having not changed for nearly 20 years. Someone just stole the original lighted front emblem off my mom's Saga. Maybe it's a valuable classic item now.

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'lighted' ?

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I meant "light". The star/moon emblem glows when you turn on the headlights.

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illuminate? I didn't know they illuminate... well, back to VIVA

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