Malaysian new-vehicle sales climbed 16.8% in April to 48,706 from year-ago, as buyers sought to make purchases ahead of an increase in interest rates. The result left year-to-date deliveries at 196,121 units, up 21% from prior-year’s 162,075, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. reports. New-car sales in April totaled 43,661, up 15.5% from 37,810 year-ago, while commercial-vehicles jumped 30.1% to 5,045, from 3,876. Through the year’s first four months, new-car sales were up 20.1% ...
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