Proton Exora

Proton Exora

Roomy and seats seven. With prices starting at just £13,000, we’ll forgive the uninspiring drive

Proton Gen-2 2004-2012
The Proton Gen-2 offers a C-segment hatchback for the price of a supermini

Proton Gen-2 2004-2012

The Proton Gen-2 is a hugely disappointing effort, despite its low price

From £8,9752
Proton Savvy 2005-2012
The Proton Savvy offers a small amount of design flair, but driving dynamics are poor

Proton Savvy 2005-2012

The Proton Savvy is a cheap Fiesta-sized hatchback, but the compromise in quality isn't worth the saving

From £7,8254
Proton Satria Neo
The Satria Neo is handsome, but its interior is cramped and filled with cheap plastics

Proton Satria Neo

The Proton Satria Neo is certainly the best car the company has ever built, but it is still unjustifiable

From £8,2754

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