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Mar 06, 2019

Perodua Malaysia revealed that the company managed to deliver nearly 37,400 vehicles in the first 2 months of 2019, which represents a 7.3% year-on-year increase from the corresponding period in 2018.
Following the numbers from the Malaysian Automotive Association, Perodua estimate its year-to-date market share to stand at 41%.
According to the company, 15,000 Myvis, 10,100 Axias, 5,900 Bezzas, 3,600 Aruz and 2,700 Alzas were sold from January to February 2019. Production during this period also saw an increase of 6.2% to 36,500 units, from 34,375 units in the same period in 2018.
The newest model, Aruz, notched up over 13,000 bookings since its launch debut in January 2019.
(From an article of Paul Tan on March 4, 2019)

Feb 13, 2019

On February 12, 2019, Perodua announced that since the third-generation Perodua Myvi was introduced in November 2017, the company has delivered over 100,000 units of the model, which is an average of over 1,560 units per week. The milestone further adds to Myvi’s total sales volume, which now stands at around the 1.1 million mark.
According to Perodua, Myvi is by far the most successful model in the company’s history. The original Myvi was first launched in 2005 into the Malaysia market. By 2013 it had overtaken the Kancil’s all-time sales (708,000 units from 1994 to 2009) and to date, Perodua has sold nearly 1.1 million Myvis altogether.
At present, orders for the latest generation Myvi have reached a cumulative 150,000 units already.
(From an article of Paul Tan on February 12, 2019)

Feb 07, 2019

Perodua Malaysia revealed that in the month of January 2019 alone, the company recorded over 20,100 sales units (up 13.6% year-on-year), of which 1,025 units are contributed by Aruz, Perodua’s recently launched SUV. At present, the company has collected over 8,000 bookings of Aruz.
The company’s market share for January 2019 is estimated to be around 41.7%.
Besides Aruz, other models that strongly support this sales growth of Perodua are Myvi (with 8,400 sales units), Axia (with 5,500 sales units) and Bezza, with 3,400 sales units.
(From an article of Paul Tan on February 4, 2019)