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

Specifications

Dimension:

 Body Type
 Sedan
 Basic Weight
 NA
 Length
 4477 mm
 Height
 1437 mm
 Wheelbase
 2600 mm
 Front Track
 1475 mm
 Rear Track
 1470 mm
 Ground Clearance
 155 mm

 

Engine:

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

 

Dynamics:

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

 

Transmission:

 Transmission
 Manual
 Number of Gears
 5

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