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Jun 04, 2019

Reported on June 3, 2019, Perodua Malaysia’s sales in January-May 2019 reached 105,743 units, jumped 8.5% from 97,487 units recorded in the first 5 months of 2018. Sales in the month of May 2019 alone was recorded at 22,943 units.
According to the company, Perodua is working to make enough Aruz SUVs to meet demand, and at present, the national carmaker has managed to close the gap between orders and deliveries, as it has fulfilled 52% of the 25,000 bookings, collected since the Aruz was launched in January 2019, with some 13,000 units delivered.
(From an article of Paul Tan on June 3, 2019)

May 02, 2019

Reported on May 2, 2019, Perodua managed to sell 82,700 vehicles in total in January-April 2019. The number is not only 9.5% higher than the same period in 2018, but also recorded as the highest number that Perodua has sold in the first four months of any year in its history.
While Perodua awaits the Malaysian Automotive Association’s (MAA) official total industry volume numbers, the company believes that its market share is above 43% for the four-month period.
According to Perodua, the company has spent MYR 1.8 billion on component purchases from local automotive suppliers from January to end-April 2019, and is set to fulfil its commitment of MYR 5.4 billion in component purchases for 2019.
In the month of April 2019 alone, Perodua’s sales reached 22,100 units, 11% higher than the same month in 2018, led by Myvi with 7,700 units, 5,900 units of Axia, 4,200 units of Bezza and 3,200 units of Aruz.
Aruz recorded the highest number of registrations in April 2019 since it was launched in January 2019. At present, nearly 20,000 bookings have been recorded already.
(From an article of Paul Tan on May 2, 2019)

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)