Based on the 1.3-litre Premium AT variant, the Saga Anniversary Edition is priced at RM39,300 (on-the-road without insurance or sales tax) - without the sales tax rebate, the car would cost an additional RM500.
The first Saga was launched on July 9, 1985.
The Saga Anniversary Edition comes in black paint that's accented by yellow external wing mirrors.
The yellow colour is also found on the strips of the front upper grille garnish and rear bumper garnish.
Sporty gunmetal grey alloy wheels differentiate this Saga from the regular ones.
Inside the cabin, the yellow stripes are applied on the air conditioning vents, centre console as well as the pair of rings that make up the rev-counter and speedometer in the instrument cluster (with staging).
Also included is an N95 cabin filter that filters out 95% of particles down to 0.3 microns and 98% of PM2.5 dust particles, which includes smoke particulates, dust, bacteria and other airborne pollutants.
Existing Saga owners can buy the filter for RM50.15 but after Oct 9, the price increases to RM59.
The Saga gets an optional accessories package that's compatible with all 2019 Saga model variants.
This includes a front lip, side skirts, door visors, boot tray and insulation for the front hood and rear trunk lid.
The package is priced at RM2,035 but if bought separately, it would cost RM815 more at RM2,350.
The Saga Anniversary Edition is currently available at all Proton showrooms nationwide as well as online on the company's website.
“The past 35 years have been a testament to Proton’s dedication towards producing products the ‘rakyat’ desire. For the decades to come, we are focused on delivering products, services and experiences of even higher quality,” said Proton deputy CEO Datuk Radzaif Mohamed.
In June, Proton revealed that it managed to sell 4,447 units of the A-segment Saga alone and over 4,150,035 units have been produced since it was first launched 35 years ago.