Perodua markets Myvi XT as youth brand.
Malaysia’s new-vehicle sales edged up 2.2% year-on-year to 58,919 units in March, and the industry is predicting demand will continue at this level. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says in a statement it sees April sales remaining at the current level and credits the improving market to new-model introductions, a push for deliveries from companies with a financial year ending March 31 and a longer working month. Among the new offers is Perodua’s Myvi XT compact car. The Malaysian ...
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