1 thing that i believe we should acknowledge is that Proton has done a better job in Quality for the past few years...compared to during its dark time @ early 2000s (era of waja, savvy, gen-2, juara etc.). No coincident that its market share took a sharp dive at that time, which i suspect Proton could never recover from (heck, its annual volume never even really close to touch the 200k units mark ever, again) .
But still, A LOT of things need to be improved if they're really to reach global standard.
Yes they have improved but QC wise still a lot to go. However it's offset with the warranty.
it then followed up with After Sales Services... They are still struggling to standardize and balance the quality of their workshops especially outsourcing too much to outside dealers and doing things without standard.
They did pick up during Myvi's launch that Proton was in a terrible shit.. I bought myself a Proton again and never believed I would continue to own a Proton but I can't say I am too happy with some quality...
let's hope they continue to improve