Proton Gen 2 Review

Manufactured by the Proton, the Malaysian manufacturer, the Proton Gen 2 is a small sedan car which was released in the year 2004. Proton initially had given the car a codename Wira Replacement Model (WRM). The Gen 2 is built on the same platform which was immensely developed by Proton and its technical partner Lotus.

The outer design of the Proton Gen 2 is appreciable and the riding and handling allocation is good. The Gen 2 was successful to get featured on Top Gear, Series 5, Episode 9 which was broadcasted December 26, 2004 in the United Kingdom.

The selling of Proton Gen 2 in the domestic country was stopped in the year 2012, however, it being exported in different other countries. Proton has been exporting Gen 2 in Nepal under the dealership of Ssangyong IMS Motors.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,250,000



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 4477 mm
 1437 mm
 2600 mm
 Front Track
 1475 mm
 Rear Track
 1470 mm
 Ground Clearance
 155 mm



Fuel Tank
 Valves Per Cylinder
 1597 cc
 Max Power
 110 bhp
 Max Torque
 148 Nm



Front Brakes
 Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut with Stabilizer Bar
Rear Suspensions
 Multi-link with Stabilizer Bar



 Number of Gears

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