Just like its other bigger siblings, this is a very limited edition model and there would be only 25 units produced and appropriately so. It seems that Proton is very serious about their direction from their first milestone after coming of age on their 25th birthday. It surely does not feel that long.
Hence, this would be quite an expensive model to get your hands on but considering the fact that this is a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ as well as a one of its kind model, it might just drive you to buy it. Well at least the gap between the top of the range model and this one is not as high as the Exora Limited Edition. For the Proton Saga 25th Anniversary Limited Edition, you will have to pay a premium price of RM 54,500 which is about RM10k more than the Proton Saga SE.
So what do you actually get for the additional RM10k? First of all, there is the ‘tiger’ inspired stripes which is the same livery that you get with the Exora which seriously distinguishes you from the other Sagas and associate you with the Limited editions of the Exora and the Persona which will also have a production line of 25 units each. Then there are the Nappa leather which is brown and what you get in the SE, unique 25th Anniversary Edition Alloy wheels as well as dual SRS airbags in front.
Well, apart from that, the rest are pretty much the same. Hence if you are planning to buy this car, then it surely is because you would like to be unique unlike the rest but if you are going for something which is value for money and not so lavish, then perhaps the stock Saga would be good enough. Then again, if you are going for originality perhaps the Exora Limited Edition would be a good choice or the Persona, which we will be reviewing very soon.