Proton Saga BLM 1.3 (Manual)

On January 18, 2008, Proton unveiled the successor to the 2007 Saga, which was planned to be phased out in June 2008. Retaining the Saga name, the new car is an indigenous design, designed to outperform and outengineer the old Saga compact sedan and aeroback in every way. It's bodywork is essentially based on a stretched Proton Savvy. The new model is an in-house design developed in collaboration with Korea's LG CNS and Lotus Engineering. This model enables the Malaysian company play to its strength in the home market i.e. the three-box sedan. The Proton Saga is not planned for U.S. launch but will be sold throughout Southeast Asia, in China, India and Australia.

As of February 2008, approximately 23,000 customer bookings had been made for the car since its launch and the corresponding waiting time for delivery during that same period stretched up to 5 months.

On July 16, 2009, an electrical version of the Proton Saga was demonstrated at the University Sains Malaysia, Penang.

Specification


Engine
Engine capacity 1,332 cc
Engine type 4-cylinder in-line 16-valve DOHC
Compression ratio 10
Bore x Stroke (76 x 73.4) mm
Power 94 bhp
Torque 120 Nm
Performance
Acceleration 13s (0-100kmh)
Top speed 160kmh
Fuel consumption 16.6 km\L
Misc technical data
Transmission 5-speed (M)
Drive type FWD
Measurements
Body type Sedan
Dimensions (L x W x H) (4257 x 1680 x 1502)mm
Wheelbase 2,465mm
Min turning radius 5,300mm
Kerb weight 1,035kg
Fuel tank capacity 40L
Brakes
Brakes (Front) Ventilated disc
Brakes (Rear) Drum
Suspension
Suspension (Front) MacPherson strut with coil spring and stabilizer bar
Suspension (Rear) Torsion beam with coil spring and absorber



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Top Speed
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Make     : Proton
Model     : Saga BLM 1.3 (Manual)

Tyre Size             : 185/60R14 (57.76 cm)
Redzone RPM         : 6500

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Gear Ratio
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1st     : 3.333
2nd     : 1.954
3rd     : 1.285
4th     : 0.926
5th     : 0.755

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Final Reduction Gear Ratio
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1st     : 4.705
2nd     : 4.705
3rd     : 4.705
4th     : 4.705
5th     : 4.705

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Speed & RPM
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1st     : 45.13Kmh / 28.03Mph @ 6500 RPM
2nd     : 76.98Kmh / 47.81Mph @ 6500 RPM
3rd     : 117.05Kmh / 72.70Mph @ 6500 RPM
4th     : 162.43Kmh / 100.89Mph @ 6500 RPM
5th     : 199.22Kmh / 123.74Mph @ 6500 RPM


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110 KM/H
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Make     : Proton
Model     : Saga BLM 1.3 (Manual)

Tyre Size             : 185/60R14 (57.76 cm)
Redzone RPM         : 6500

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Gear Ratio
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1st     : 3.333
2nd     : 1.954
3rd     : 1.285
4th     : 0.926
5th     : 0.755

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Final Reduction Gear Ratio
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1st     : 4.705
2nd     : 4.705
3rd     : 4.705
4th     : 4.705
5th     : 4.705

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Speed & RPM
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1st     : 110.00Kmh / 68.32Mph @ 15840 RPM
2nd     : 110.00Kmh / 68.32Mph @ 9280 RPM
3rd     : 110.00Kmh / 68.32Mph @ 6100 RPM
4th     : 110.00Kmh / 68.32Mph @ 4400 RPM
5th     : 110.00Kmh / 68.32Mph @ 3580 RPM


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  2. can anyone tell me..for a 1.3 car..gear D is 4th or 3rd?

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  3. This will probably sell well in Southeast Asia.

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  4. Car Gears allow a car to be driven with the minimum strain on the engine. Modern cars usually have five forward and one reverse gear, although some cars now have a sixth forward which gives greater fuel economy when driving at higher speeds over longer distance

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