The Kelisa is Perodua’s inexpensive hatchback that provides an economic and zippy ride. The Kelisa is not a spacious car but it provides an effective and affordable means of transportation for those on a budget or for buyers who desire a dependable commuter car.
The Kelisa is available with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine. The little Perodua runs great on city streets and through crowded parking lots, but the Kelisa doesn’t perform as well on more challenging terrain. The base level price is mirrored with base levels of equipment and the Perodua’s cabin provides limited space but should be sufficient for most average sized passengers.
The Kelisa’s interior design is basic with no frills, but its practical design is functional and user friendly. As long as the Kelisa is kept within its element the Perodua hatchback is a dependable and economical choice for city driving.
The Perodua Kelisa is bargain priced and designed to appeal to buyers who are on a budget. The Kelisa provides good gas mileage and repairs should be reasonable. The Kelisa will not enjoy high resale values and provides only basic levels of equipment.
The Kelisa is limited on space. Front seat passengers should have an adequate amount of passenger space but rear seat passengers will find head and legroom in short supply. Boot space is also limited even with the rear seats folded down.
The Kelisa’s controls and dials are basic but have a sturdy feel. The cabin layout is practical and user friendly. The Kelisa’s controls and displays are large and easy to read.
The Perodua Kelisa provides adequate levels of comfort. The steering-wheel and seats are not adjustable. The ride is much smoother than expected and the seats provide decent levels of comfort. Front seat passengers will find it easier to get comfortable and rear seat passengers will feel more cramped due to very limited head and legroom.
The Kelisa is an easy car to park thanks to the cars small size and good all-round vision. The Kelisa provides adequate accessibility for front seat passengers but limited rear space also limits accessibility somewhat.
The Kelisa provides plenty of grip and a decent ride. Body roll is prevalent but the Kelisa delivers enough power to navigate down city streets. The Kelisa is bargain priced and trim levels reflect the car’s asking price but the build quality and dependability exceed the Kelisa’s asking price.
The Kelisa is an unlikely family car due to its small size and limited load lugging capabilities. The Kelisa would make a decent second car to a family or a very practical and economical commuter car.
The Perodua-Kelisa would make an excellent first car. It’s inexpensive to purchase and provides good fuel economy. Insurance rates are low and upkeep is inexpensive as well. The Kelisa is easy to park and drive.
The Kelisa’s material reflects its bargain origins. The cabin materials have an inexpensive look and feel but seem to be sturdy and durable. The Kelisa runs and drives well despite its bargain price.
Security and Safety
The Kelisa’s standard security features include central door locks and child protective locks.
The Perodua Kelisa’s standard safety features include twin air bags, side impact beams, and seat belt pretentioners. The Kelisa offers only the basic safety and security features as standard and a very limited options list as well.
The Finishing Touches
The Kelisa does not come fitted with a standard audio device but a radio is listed on the option list for a small fee. The Kelisa is available in three different trim levels and the audio system will vary according to the buyer’s choice of trim.
The Kelisa also comes standard with electric front windows and split-fold rear seats. Metallic paint, a radio, and a sunroof are offered on the options list.
The Perodua Kelisa is an inexpensive hatchback. Buyers will appreciate the Kelisa’s low asking price, low insurance, drivability, and dependability. The Kelisa has a lot to offer new drivers and/or families as a second car or commuter vehicle.