Let’s start with the Alza S, which will replace the entry-level Standard variant. The most obvious addition is the SE-style five-piece bodykit, which consists of front and rear bumper extensions, side skirts and a rear spoiler. To complete the SE image, the S gets clear lens tail lamps and front fog lamps.
Moving on, the Myvi Premium XS is based on the Premium X, the top 1.3 litre variant with the “less sporty” face and exterior (1.5 litre SE and Advance come with a different face. Perodua has added GearUp kits at the front, rear and sides, as well as the projector headlamps and LED guide lights of the SE.