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The Proton Gen-2 is a dated budget family car rival to the Vauxhall Astra, and comes as a five-door hatchback or four-door saloon
The Proton Satria Neo is an alternative choice in the supermini market, and sells on its budget price and individual looks
The Proton Savvy is well equipped and roomy, although the gearbox is dreadful and the interior quality poor, too
We get the chance to put the hot Proton of tomorrow through its paces.
Next to well priced, capable rivals, the Proton Gen2 has little to recommend it
Whilst the Proton isn't technically a bad car, it does look and feel dated
Adding a city car to its limited line-up certainly sounds like a good move for Proton, but how smart is the all-new Savvy?
Buyers of budget cars are traditionally cost conscious, so a Proton that runs on LPG has to be a winner, doesn't it? With space to rival a Ford Mondeo and lots of standard kit, the range-topping Impian is already competitive.
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