For a small car, it can be considered very spacious and comfortable
Generally the car was running very well, the only problem is the light inside the cabin fail to turn on while the door is opened. But it is repaired by the perodua service when the car is sent to service for its first 1000 km.
The engine is running quite smooth and a bit noisy even at around 3000 rpm.
Generally I like the car because of its space and tall body, the 1.0 DOCH engine is running smooth.
My Kenari is special edition type with automatic transmission. The only thing that didn't meet my expectation is the car is vibrating while it is slowing down or driving at slow speed, especially during traffic jams. The changing of the auto gears from 2nd to 1st is not smooth or slow, the feeling is just like we are late to push the clutch if we drive a manual car. The automatic gears for the Kenari is only D4, 3 and 2, so I believe that it will be better if the driver can control the 1st and 2nd gear like some of the automatic transmission cars in order to reduce the vibration at low speeds.
Anyway, the Kenari is really a good car that is value for money.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th October, 2002