Well most of us Malaysian own a Proton car, roughly according to one of the statistics 60% to 80% of Malaysian are using Malaysian made car either from Proton or Produa. I myself own two of Proton car namely the Iswara & Perdana.
Most of the service center requires you to make an appointment to attend and service your car. If you know the date you wanted to service your car, make sure you call them one week earlier, if not you might get disappointed!
Some of the popular service center like Mutiara Damansara Service Center will be fully booked if you call one week before, so plan early to get from the best!
Yesterday I’ve serviced my Perdana at
I’m sure people who stayed in
Before proceed into the service center, get your number from the guard house, it took me two hours of waiting before I was attending to at the counter.