Perodua Alza helps industry rebound from January sales slump.
Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 8.1% year-on-year to 44,013 units in February as the market adjusts to stricter requirements for auto loans. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says passenger-car deliveries increased 6.6% to 38,867 units, while commercial-vehicle sales jumped 30.9% to 5,146. The government news agency Bernama quotes MAA as saying the return of buying interest among consumers, a longer work month and strong performance by the CV segment were the main factors in the ...
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