Already 373 km when first acquired. It must be the traveling for the dealer to bring the car to my town. Not many Malaysians prefer French cars. Mostly go for Malaysian, Korean and Japanese cars.
The car has a great power with a comfortable ride. Fun while overtaking, climbing hills and accelerating.
Hard cornering feels a bit risky, but what to compare with my Mitsubishi Galant... MPV vs. CAR.
Suspension is good, but not excellent. I am expecting more fun riding through pot holes from a Citroen. I was not even impressed during the test drive, but my wife and I decided to buy it for its safety features.
Tiptronic transmission technology from Porsche feels great.
Interior feels roomy and spacious. A lot of useful compartments.
Safety is terrific. Equipped with (ESP) Electronics Stability Programme, ABS, Driver's and Side Passenger's Airbag with both having side airbag. Three-point seat belt for all three rear passengers.
Braking is fun with the newly developed ABS technology. Not using the widely used ABS.
Comes with a 3-year warranty / or 100,000 km - whichever comes first.
Comes with a single CD player. Have no idea whether it could be upgraded to CD Changers or DVD Changers. Dealer said to leave it be as the electrical wiring is "somewhat" different from a Japanese car. No idea whether it is true.
RARE specialty - No RPM meter! Could only guess during running in.
BUT of its entire specialty, I personally am not confident with all the electronics gadgets to last after the warranty expires.
Possibilities of electronics failures or problems - ESP, ABS, CD Player, Airbags, Automatic Lighting, Automatic Wiping, Auto-locking, Engine's ECU, Tiptronic Transmission, Sensors (Fuel Gauge, Engine Temperature, Battery Charging)... so far that I could think of.
The car has clocked 6,500++ KM now, with no problems at all. Fuel consumption is excellent for a 2.0 cc engine.
Under mixed traffic condition, the car recorded around 8.0 liter/100 km @ about 12.5 km per liter of petrol.
Max petrol tank is 55 liters (14.5 gallons).