The Perodua Myvi is a car produced by our very own Malaysian manufacturer, Perodua since 2005. It was targeted for the B-segment market; Based on the Daihatsu Boon (also commonly known as the Daihatsu Sirion, Passo & Subaru Justy), the Perodua Myvi was a collaboration with both Toyota and Daihatsu. The Perodua Myvi has been the best-selling car in Malaysia for a astonishing 8 consecutive years between 2006 to 2013 respectively.


Amongst many of us, the Perodua Myvi would most likely be our first car as it was at the more affordable end of the pay scale and also with a solid built. The design of the car and also the nimble handling has placed it as one of the most desired cars for youngsters as well.


In today’s feature, we have Jaycee’s pride, joy and dream Perodua Myvi. Jaycee is no stranger in the car scene in Malaysia. His Myvi has been in and out of shows and is well known in the stance community as well. Like many of us, Jaycee’s Perodua Myvi is his first car.


The Perodua Myvi has always took to his attention as it has many similarities to it’s JDM counterpart which is the Toyota Passo / Daihatsu Boon. And upon graduating high school, Jaycee got his 1st set of wheels. This Perodua Myvi that is gracing our pages right now.



Prior to this build, Jaycee has been tracking his Myvi for about 2 years. (back in 2012-2014). He had a k3vet (turbo setup) engine and was having a blast tracking his beloved and learning the ropes of racing with his Myvi.



Right about that time when Jaycee was looking for a fresh rebuild for his Myvi, the stance scene was picking up steam. Jaycee hung up his racing days behind him and took a huge step into rebuilding his beloved Myvi into a stance machine.


Jaycee’s concept for this build focuses on the wheel fitment. As he went for a wide body treatment with a set of rims that you would only normally see on 4x4s, he tried to maintain a simple and minimalistic approach to the paint department.



His reasoning was that the wide arches and wheels would already grab the attention of everyone; hence to maintain a balance look to his ride, he went for a simple ice grey color. The outcome was no doubt a perfect combination of aggressive yet subtle. Kudos Jaycee. What a wonderful job well executed.



Jaycee already has another setup in his mind moving forward with his Myvi. He mentioned that he might reshape the arches to go for a smoother look or just dropped the idea of the wide body kit entirely and slam the car as low as possible and scrape whatever speed bumps our roads could offer.



I really admire his dedication to the low life. It is really tough going low especially with our road conditions here in Malaysia and also the always-preying eyes of our Malaysian Law authorities. No matter what it is, we will always be on a lookout with the changes coming to Jaycee’s Myvi.


Not everyday is a Sunday when you have such an extremely modded ride. Jaycee mentioned that he once was stopped by our local authority for the extensive mods he did to his ride but he said he always look at things on the brighter side of live.


He is happy to have gotten to know a bunch of awesome and amazing friends. A very supportive crew that constantly keeps him moving forward with his ideas. His crew, “Stance Fitment Style”.


We cannot wait for the next idea that Jaycee has in stored for his beloved Myvi. Nonetheless, we would like to wish you all the best in all creative ideas that you have. Never let the spirit die we say!