The GPS map is provided by Telekom Malaysia. One can also search for TM WiFi hotspots, Perodua outlets and search the Yellow Pages via the ICE system, which supports mini USB, SD cards, DVD (only when stationary for safety), Bluetooth and MP3/WMA.
Apart from the headline ICE system, the latest Alza Advanced comes with new leather seats with what Perodua calls Luxvelvet finish. All glass panels are tinted. The film is Smart Tag and GPS friendly, and has a three-year warranty. PVC coil mats are also in the package.
As for the exterior, the Advanced comes with the familiar bodykit consisting of front and rear bumper extensions, side skirts and a tailgate spoiler. There’s also a new Advanced Version grade mark, P2 speak for emblem.