Very well I agree with the rattling rear seats. Besides, read on Perodua website that Kelisa will have electric side-mirrors, wonder why it is not fitted as standard in the SE. /omar.
I am very interested in buying a limited Edition, any idea if it can be bought in Singapore?
I agree.. mine is red/black limited edition, but it seems I don't have any problem with the rattling rear seats.. everything is seems fine just that the paint is can be easily scratch if it was hit with a small stone while I'm driving.
Its fun to drive with it although it is not powerful like other car.. I hit 140Km/h and it is smooth, stable and quite which make me can't believable.
The Perodua is selling for only RM$34,000 in Malaysia. That's about S$15,000.
In Singapore, we pay S$60,000 for the same car. Why? Do the ones sold in Singapore come with titanium bodies or solid gold bodies, with 24 carat diamonds on the 4 wheel hubs?
I am having a Kelisa Limited Edition black and red too. The car is fun and steady. I went up to 125km/h. But the car can be pretty noisy and you'll have to up the radio volume. It's the first car that I own and I've got friends, neighbours and even airport securities coming up to ask me where to get this car. Definitely an eye catcher!!
I bought Kelisa Special Edition (All Blue) in 2003, I think the car's stock suspensions is very "weak" for aggressive driver like me, so I had it change to racing suspensions , now my car rock solid. I think the engine is very powerful for it size..
I went to a roadshow and glad that I had a drive testing yesterday. Selling at the price of S$51,000. Feeling as if I'm floating when I drove at the the speed of 65km/h. And the dealer told me there is no airbag at the driver seat! Is that true?
Not many comments received regarding Perodua's Kelisa as I would expect. However, it would be good for people to realise the existence of such a make and model to be able to find out more regarding the car. More constructive and beneficial comments should be expected, especially from readers who have owned the car and have well acquaintance with the new make and model.
I own this car already 2 years, but everything just fine, I hit 160kph a couple of time. good handling.value for money.
I own a white automatic transmission Kelisa at about RM41,500. It is a super beautiful car as the colour goes very well with the car size. It doesn't consume much petrol either. It is an ideal car for a family's second car. But if the size is a little bigger, it would be slightly better... Kelisa is a real fun car.
Personally I drive a Perodua Kelisa (automatic transmission). The car performance is great. The pick-up power is there although it is not as powerful as the manual transmission ones. I had no problem in hitting 160kmph with it. The car's petrol consumption is very economical and the size is just nice for a youngster or even family. If you want a more 'sporty' look of it, try adding 'skirtings' to it. I bet it will look better. You'll never know what it is like until you have driven it. Overall, quite a good deal!
I have a bad day with Kelisa. I don't know whether its Kelisa Auto Limited EDT (black and silver) or the dealer whom I purchase it from. After three accidents, the car is still OK, but the color comes out only a month after buying it.: ( (I was so sad, and I learned that its not Limited EDT, but it was UPGRADED car!!! I hate this! No wonder the colour comes out. For the people outside don't be cheated by heartless car dealer-check first if you wanna buy limited edt-especially the roof-black color-they might just spray the black colour and claim its limited EDT!! I'm still fighting for my right.
I bought this car from a friend of mine who had owned this car since 2005 with the mileage of merely 35000 km.
The car is very reliable. I love the nippy performance of the car. I'm using it as my second car. I intend to use the car for a very long time to see whether it will last till my retirement for the 8 next years. To me, it's a perfect and well built city car.