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Grand Livina vs Exora

Overview Nissan Grand Livina Proton Exora
Off Road Price*
(Kuala Lumpur)
RM 99,800
RM 59,800
Available Color(s)
Grand Livina Colors
Exora Colors
Fuel Type
Petrol
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Vehicle Type
MPV
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From The Experts

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Nissan Grand Livina

The Nissan Grand Livina, for a compact MUV, has a generous cabin which is spacious enough to seat all seven passengers in all the three rows with ease. Thanks to a boxy design, the Grand Livina has impressive headroom, apart from good knee room and legroom in both second and third row. The dual-tone black and beige interior theme, as well as large glasses on the sides, further enhance the airiness of the cabin

The suspension, both front, and rear, of the Nissan Grand Livina, is setup on a softer side, which along with large 15-inch wheels do make it a comfortable and stable place to be in.

Proton Exora

For a compact MUV of its size, the Proton Exora has brilliant levels of space and comfortable interiors. The seats do offer good support, whereas they also come with a variety of adjustments and configurations, which do make the Proton Exora very versatile and practical to use.

The roof-mounted AC vents for all the three rows of seats in Proton Exora is capable enough of cooling the entire cabin in a very short span of time. But that’s not all, as apart from the presence of AC vents in all the rows, the Proton Exora comes with a total of ten bottle holders for all passengers as well.

The Proton Exora does offer a warranty of 5 years or 1,50,000 kms (whichever comes earlier), which is easily the best in automobile industry right now. In addition to it, the vehicle also comes with a 5-year free labour service package, which aids in additional peace of mind to the customer.

Nissan Grand Livina

Both the exterior as well as interior styling of the Nissan Grand Livina feel very dated for an MUV of its class. The boxy design, lack of modern features in and out and a dated theme for the interior dashboard design makes it look outdated.

The 1.6-litre petrol engine in the Nissan Grand Livina isn’t as powerful and technically advanced as it seems on the paper. Also, the fuel efficiency too isn’t quite up to the mark.

Proton Exora

At a time when MUVs are focusing a lot on the way they visually appeal to the people, the Proton Exora looks slightly dated. The aerodynamic frontal stance, as well as the presence of machined alloy wheels and daytime running LEDs, do try to make the Exora look youthful, however, the MUV looks boxy from side and rear.

The interior cabin of the Proton Exora is spacious and very comfortable, however, it does not feel as modern and contemporary as how it should have been. The dashboard looks basic and too simple, and the all-black theme further accentuates its boring appeal even more. Also, apart from a touchscreen infotainment system, there is no other premium feature which catches one’s fancy.

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