What is CPS in Proton?

What is CPS in Proton?

The Cam Profile Switching (CPS) system uses a tri-lobe camshaft to switch between two different cam profiles. One cam profile provides low valve lift, while the other cam profile has a high valve lift.

Is Proton Gen 2 a good car?

Proton Gen-2 Overview The ride is pretty good and handling is also impressive, yet the quality of the cabin and the comfort levels are a bit of a let-down. Protons have a reputation as cheap cars geared towards bargain seeking buyers.

What engine is in a Proton Gen 2?

Proton GEN•2
Engine 1.3 L CamPro S4PE DOHC I4 1.5 L 4G15 I4 (China) 1.6 L CamPro S4PH DOHC I4 1.6 L CamPro IAFM DOHC I4 1.6 L CamPro CPS DOHC I4
Transmission 4-speed automatic 5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,600 mm (102.4 in)

What is IAFM?

Acronym. Definition. IAFM. Integrated Air-Fuel Module.

Are Proton cars reliable?

Other than servicing, there were no faults and it was 100 per cent reliable.

How long can a Proton car last?

New Proton X50 engine designed to last for 15 years or a distance of 350k km.

How long can a proton car last?

Do they still make proton cars?

Proton cars are currently sold in at least 15 countries, the majority of which are in Asia; its largest export market was the United Kingdom, where its cars were sold until 2016. In May 2017, DRB-HICOM announced plans to sell a 49.9% stake in Proton and a 51% stake in Lotus to Geely Automobile Holdings.

Is Proton CVT reliable?

Since the introduction of the revised transmission, there has been a reduction in warranty claims of over 80%, said Adzrai, and therefore the CVT has proven to be reliable. Of these, Proton had benchmarked the Toyota Vios and the Honda City, which also use stepless transmissions.

Are Proton cars good?

Protons from 2000 – 2006 aren’t exactly renowned for their reliability. I’ve owned a 2005 Proton Gen-2 and I’ve experienced corrosion of my muffler tips as well as poor fuel consumption. However, Proton cars from 2007 have seen better reliability as new management took over.

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