Proton Suprima

Proton

Proton Suprima

Proton Suprima S is equipped with a 1.6L turbo engine with 138 hp /5,000 rpm and 200 Nm / 2000~4000 rpm, matched with a CVT gearbox, with a simulated 7-speed ProTronic function, 0–100km/h in 9.9 seconds, the top speed is 190 km/h. Looking at the data alone, it seems that Suprima S is not like a turbo car. In actual driving, you will not feel the intervention of the turbo at low speeds. The power will be clearly felt at 3,000 rpm. Instead of using enough power, you can say that Suprima S is sensitive. From time to time, you can hear the sound of the turbo operating, and the overall driving feeling is very passionate. Its acceleration power is similar to that of a 1.8L natural engine. This CVT gearbox is smoother than the Iriz, but the power connection is not very good. There will still be a little frustration when you release the throttle at low speed. I believe the software can solve this. The shape and size of the paddle shifters are appropriate, but the gearbox is not agile in the manual mode. The gearbox does not allow you to downgrade two gears continuously. The engine noise is also obvious due to the increased speed. The ability to cope with high-speed overtaking is average. The overall power performance is considered balanced.

Handling performance is the strength of Suprima S. You can feel the charm of Suprima S when you get on the car for a test drive and cornering. It has excellent hardware support, solid chassis and body rigidity, and Proton is proud of it. The Lotus Handling control adjustment, so that Suprima S has an excellent control experience. The suspension setting is fairly soft and hard. With 17-inch wheels, it has a visual sense of shape without sacrificing adaptability. When passing a pier or a road pit, the shock absorption of the shock absorber is obviously felt, providing passengers with a comfortable ride quality. You can’t help but think it’s great to buy Multilink with a budget of 70,000. In the face of corners, it will not be too soft, and you can still feel the support of the shock absorbers. Of course, it is not a fully sports setting. There will still be a certain tilt in the face of difficult corners. If it can be modified A Sport Spring is just right. The steering wheel uses hydraulic hydraulic. The editor of Ray is not the one who thinks that Hydraulic is the most original and best. The hydraulic steering wheel is not enough to drive in urban areas and it is a bit heavy. In addition, the 17-inch rim area is not small, which leads to Turn Ratio is very large and inconvenient, U Turn / 3 Point Turn have become the shortcomings of Suprima S.

Handling performance is the strength of Suprima S. You can feel the charm of Suprima S when you get on the car for a test drive and cornering. It has excellent hardware support, solid chassis and body rigidity, and Proton is proud of it. The Lotus Handling control adjustment, so that Suprima S has an excellent control experience. The suspension setting is fairly soft and hard. With 17-inch wheels, it has a visual sense of shape without sacrificing adaptability. When passing a pier or a road pit, the shock absorption of the shock absorber is obviously felt, providing passengers with a comfortable ride quality. You can’t help but think it’s great to buy Multilink with a budget of 70,000. In the face of corners, it will not be too soft, and you can still feel the support of the shock absorbers. Of course, it is not a fully sports setting. There will still be a certain tilt in the face of difficult corners. If it can be modified A Sport Spring is just right. The steering wheel uses hydraulic hydraulic. The editor of Ray is not the one who thinks that Hydraulic is the most original and best. The hydraulic steering wheel is not enough to drive in urban areas and it is a bit heavy. In addition, the 17-inch rim area is not small, which leads to Turn Ratio is very large and inconvenient, U Turn / 3 Point Turn have become the shortcomings of Suprima S.

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