Malaysian top-seller Myvi could get sedan stablemate.
Mitsubishi and Daihatsu launch a feasibility study of Malaysian national auto maker Perodua’s proposal to build sedan models in the country. “I’ve expressed the intention to produce sedan cars to Perodua's top management and our partners,” Managing Director Aminar Rashid Salleh tells the government’s Bernama news agency. “We've now started the feasibility study. “I've seen the demand in the sedan segment, and I thought, ‘Why ...
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