Malaysian new-vehicle deliveries fell 6.7% in November to 40,865 units, from 43,783 prior-year, and the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says it expects lower sales again in December. November’s result was an increase from October’s sales tally of 37,512 units, but well below September’s 50,729 deliveries. The passenger-car segment declined 9.5% in November to 36,254 units, from 40,053 year-ago, while commercial-vehicle sales increased to 4,611 from 3,730, the MAA says in a statement. ...
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