2022 Perodua Alza upkeep prices – greater than outdated Alza, just like Myvi, Ativa and Aruz over 5 years
The second-generation Perodua Alza is the newest within the carmaker’s line-up to be powered by the 2NR-VE engine, which can be utilized by the present Myvi and Aruz. The 2NR-VE is a 1.5 litre DOHC naturally-aspirated four-cylinder with Twin VVT-i, and whereas it’s shared by the three fashions, the outputs to vary barely.
Of the three, the Alza’s engine has the very best outputs at 106 PS (105 hp or 78 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 138 Nm of torque at 4,200 rpm. That is adopted by the Myvi that serves up 103 PS (102 hp or 76 kW) and 137 Nm and the Aruz at 102 PS (101 hp or 75 kW) and 133 Nm. In terns of transmissions, each the Alza and Myvi function a D-CVT that drives the entrance wheels, however the Aruz is rear-wheel drive and comes with a four-speed automated as an alternative.
On this submit, we’re analyzing how a lot it’ll value to take care of the Alza over 5 years or 100,000 km relative to the Myvi and Aruz. For added level of comparability, we’re additionally bringing within the Ativa with its 1KR-VET 1.0 litre turbocharged three-cylinder mill and D-CVT, which does overlap with the Alza and Aruz on the subject of worth, in addition to the original Alza that has the older 3SZ-VE 1.5 litre engine and 4AT.
As typical, some housekeeping is so as earlier than we proceed. Firstly, the fashions talked about are clearly aimed toward totally different audiences, so this submit is only to indicate how a lot it’ll value to take care of every of the 4 fashions that Perodua prospects with a barely bigger finances could also be contemplating. For those who’re in search of a upkeep value comparability involving the Alza and its rivals, we’ve already finished one with the Mitsubishi Xpander and Honda BR-V which you can check out here.
Secondly, all of the figures in these tables are pulled from the official upkeep schedules which can be available at Perodua’s web site on the time of writing. All good and clear? Let’s dive proper in.
As you possibly can see, the price of preserve the Alza over 5 years/100,000 km doesn’t differ considerably from its stablemates. In comparison with the Aruz, the seven-seat MPV is RM81.55 extra pricey to take care of, whereas the gulf widens to RM216.86 towards the Myvi.
The Ativa is the most costly to take care of of the bunch, though by solely an additional RM17.04 in comparison with the Alza. It ought to be famous that divided over 5 years, these variations are largely negligible. Within the case of the first-generation Alza, the OG is the most cost effective to the bunch on the subject of scheduled upkeep, though the sum climbs to RM3,481.06 when all optionally available Professional Care objects are included (RM660.70).
Wanting on the itemised schedules, the prices of the engine oil (absolutely artificial), oil filter and brake fluid utilized by the brand new Alza, Myvi, Aruz and Ativa are equivalent, except for the outdated Alza that makes use of a extra reasonably priced semi-synthetic engine oil. The brand new Alza’s engine drain plug gasket is the most costly too, though it doesn’t require a coolant prime up inside a five-year/100,000-km possession interval like its siblings.
In relation to big-ticket objects, the Alza, Myvi and Aruz require new iridium spark plugs at 60 months/100,000 km at a value of RM220.40, which is loads lower than the Ativa’s spark plugs that value RM471.90. The earlier Aruz’s spark plugs are modified each 12 months/20,000 km, which prices RM302 in whole over 100,000 km/60 months. All of the D-CVT-equipped fashions additionally get their transmission fluids modified on the similar level, which is priced at RM101.30 inclusive of the drain plug gasket. In the meantime, the 4AT fashions (Aruz and outdated Alza) want two transmission fluid modifications each 40,000 km/24 months.
The rear-wheel drive Aruz’s driveline requires the lubricants for the four-speed automated and rear differential modified twice over 5 years at two-year/40,000-km intervals, with every time costing RM151.50. The Aruz does require much less frequent cabin filter replacements (each 18 months/30,000 km), which does offset the upkeep value.
The Aruz’s official service schedule additionally lists Professional Care service objects which can be optionally available. These embody air filter (for the engine) and brake fluid modifications at 12 months/20,000 km; 36 months/60,000 km; and 60 months/100,000 km, together with tyre alignment, balancing and rotation ever 12 months/20,000 km. There’s additionally a spark plug change at 30 months/50,000 km. Together with all of the Professional Care choices throughout 5 years will add RM738.10 to the Aruz’s upkeep invoice.
As all the time, there’s extra to total operating prices past the visits to the service centre. As an example, street tax differs between SUVs and non-SUVs. The Alza and Myvi are RM90 yearly, but it surely’s RM120 for the Aruz and simply RM20 for the Ativa.
There’s additionally the matter of consumables like tyres, which might differ wildly in worth in response to wheel sizes. The Alza’s wheels vary between 15 and 16 inches in measurement, it’s between 14 and 15 inches for the Myvi. As for the SUVs, the Ativa’s alloys begin at 16 inches and go as much as 17 inches, with the latter being the usual for the Aruz.
Brakes are one other consumable too, and the Ativa, Myvi and Aruz use entrance disc brakes and rear drum brakes. That is additionally true of the Alza, though the top-spec variant of the MPV comes with entrance and rear disc brakes to associate with its first-for-a-Perodua digital parking brake.
Including to that is gasoline consumption, which differs based mostly on driving model. Referring to Perodua’s official claimed gasoline consumption figures, the Myvi is probably the most economical of the 4 fashions in contrast right here, delivering 21.1 km/l in response to the ECE commonplace, adopted by the Ativa (18.9 km/l) and Aruz (15.6 km/l). The Alza in response to the NEDC will do 18.9 km/l, or 22 km/l within the Malaysian Driving Cycle.
By way of precise pricing, the Alza goes for between RM62,500-RM75,500, whereas the Aruz is from RM72,900-RM77,900, the Ativa from RM62,500-RM72,600, and the Myvi (with the 2NR-VE) is from RM50,900-RM59,900. The outdated Alza was priced from RM52,661 to RM60,525, for those who low cost the sub-RM50k guide model.
So, there you may have it. The brand new Alza is costlier than its predecessor to take care of over 5 years/100,000 km, though the whole value doesn’t differ that a lot from Perodua fashions being offered immediately, which is nice to know for those who’re contemplating any of the 4 present fashions in contrast right here. Ideas?