2011 Proton Saga FL Launched in Malaysia

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Proton has just launched its 2011 facelifted model of the Saga, now called the Saga FL. The model, which has been unveiled two weeks ago at the Thailand Motor Show, features a number of exterior, interior and equipment changes.

The Saga FL’s variant lineup has been reduced to two models. The base N-Line spec model and top of the range SE variant have been dropped from the lineup, while the B-Line variant has been replaced by the Standard variant and the M-Line variant by the Executive variant.

The Saga FL receives a revised grille, new headlamps, a modified front bumper, restyled front fenders and a remodeled bonnet. The wheels are of a different design, while the side mirrors incorporate LED turn indicator. The rear end gets tail lights with LED lighting, a massaged bumper with reflectors and a muffler cutter. The Executive variant adds on front fog lamps, a lip spoiler on the boot lid and side protector mouldings for differentiation.

Inside the 2011 model, we can see new fabric for the seats and door trim, rear power windows and an audio system with MP3 support. Most of the higher spec features are reserved for the Executive spec, that includes steering wheel audio controls, USB/AUX audio ports and dual front airbags instead of just the driver’s airbag in the M-Line variant.

The standard variant come with 13 alloys while the Executive has 13 inch ones, plus driver’s seat height adjuster, electrically-adjustable side mirrors, a multi-purpose container and an immobilizer. Both variants come in a range of six colors Solid White, Tranquility Black, Genetic Silver, Granite Grey, Café Latte and Blue Rock.

Powering the 2011 Saga is the same 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine, delivering 95 hp at 6000 rpm and 120 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine is mated with a choice between a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic gearbox.
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