Malaysian new-vehicle sales reach 58,732 units in April, up 11.9% from year-ago, when deliveries of 52,489 units were affected by the country’s general election. Malaysian Automotive Assn. data shows passenger-vehicle deliveries rose 15.2% to 52,488 units, while commercial vehicles eased 9.8% to 6,244. The result leaves year-to date sales up 4.0% to 218,642 units, with passenger-vehicle volume up 5.2% to 195,016 and CV sales off 5.1% to 23,626. The MAA says April’s vehicle ...

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