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Proton Savvy

  • tickAffordable to buy
  • tickReasonably well equipped
  • tickNippy around town

Proton Savvy Hatchback (2005 - )

The Proton Savvy looks and feels like a car from a bygone era. Yes, it's cheap, but countless rivals are just as cheap and offer you much, much more. Go for one of those instead.
Our verdict

Is the Proton Savvy a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Proton Savvy interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Proton Savvy performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

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Our expert review

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The Savvy’s interior is awash with hard, grey plastics, and this makes it an extremely dull and uninspiring place to sit. The only colour highlights are bright yellow rev counter and speedo dials, but they only serve to make the cabin look even cheaper. The Clarion CD player has chunky buttons that are easy to use, but the seats don’t provide enough support. The whole thing looks and feels as though it has been lifted straight out of a 1980s hatchback and, to be honest, that’s just not good enough these days, not when cars such as the Sandero and Up can be had for similar cash.

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