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What Car? says

1 out of 5 stars

For Adequate town car for hardly any cash

Against Basic isn't the word - the Nippa comes with practically no equipment at all

Verdict It makes a passable city run-around, but low prices are its only real virtue

Go for… GX

Avoid… EX

Perodua Nippa Hatchback
  • 1. The cabin feels cheap and nasty, and it's short on headroom in the front, and shoulder- and legroom in the back
  • 2. The boot is quite big by the standards of the class
  • 3. The standard car comes with four part-vinyl seats, an engine and that's literally about it. You don't even get a stereo
  • 4. There are only about 70 dealers nationwide, and we've also heard that some parts are hard to come by
  • 5. Service intervals are short, and Nippas really suffer if they're neglected
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