|Production period:||since 2014|
|Body versions :||Station wagon|
Otto engines :
1.0 liter (50 kW)
|Wheelbase :||2455 mm|
|Empty weight :||820-865 kg|
|Previous model||Perodua Viva|
The vehicle was presented on September 15, 2014 as the successor to the Perodua Viva and is the manufacturer's first model to be built in the Rawang ( Selangor ) plant. A revised version of the Axia was presented on January 20, 2017 and September 20, 2019.
In other markets in Southeast Asia, the microcar is also sold as Daihatsu Ayla , Toyota Agya or Toyota Wigo .
|Construction period||since 09/2014|
|Engine type||R3 petrol engine|
|Max. power||50 kW (68 PS) at 6000 rpm|
|Max. Torque||91 Nm at 4400 rpm|
|Drive, as standard||Front wheel drive|
|Gearbox, as standard||5-speed manual transmission|
|Gearbox, optionally||4- speed automatic transmission|
|Top speed||155 km / h|
0-100 km / h
over 100 km (combined)
|4.4 l super
(4.6 l super)
|Tank capacity||33 l|
* Values in brackets apply to models with an optional gearbox
- Anthony Lim: Perodua Axia launched - final prices lower than estimated, from RM24,600 to RM42,530 on-the-road. In: paultan.org. September 15, 2014, accessed June 20, 2018 .
- Hafriz Shah: 2017 Perodua Axia facelift in showrooms, from RM25k. In: paultan.org. January 17, 2017, accessed June 20, 2018 .
- Danny Tan: 2019 Perodua Axia launched - 6 variants, new SUV-inspired 'Style' model, VSC and ASA, RM24k to RM43k. In: paultan.org. September 20, 2019, accessed November 8, 2019 .