2005 Proton Savvy


The Proton Savvy is currently the smallest model of the proton line-ups.
The Savvy is the successor of the produced from 1996 2000 Proton Tiara. The original development name was called TRM, which stood for'' Tiara Replacement Model'' (Tiara transfer model).
The distribution of the Savvy was launched in 2005 in Malaysia and in the UK. Later, in countries where cars drive. Until the collapse of MG Rover had plans to market the vehicle as a Rover in the UK. The Tata Indica from the Indian, however, was marketed for a short time as a rover (City Rover).

  • Engine Name: Renault D4F
  • Engine type: Four-cylinder, DOHC, 16V, alloy cylinder head, timing belt, multi-point fuel injection
  • Displacement: 1149ccm
  • Maximum power: 75PS at 5500U/min
  • Maximum torque: 105Nm at 4250 rpm /
  • Transmission: 5-speed manual transmission (5-speed Quick Shift AMT)
  • Acceleration: 0-100kmh: 13.9s (15.7s)
  • Top speed: 158kmh (157kmh)
  • City consumption: 7.7l (7.7l)
  • Cross-country consumption: 4.6l (4.5l)
  • Combined fuel consumption: 5.7l (5.7l)
  • CO2 emissions: 134g/km (134g/km) 


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