Malaysian new-vehicle sales reached 46,092 units in October, a healthy 23% jump from year-ago’s 37,512. Increases were seen across all vehicle segments, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. says in a statement. “The higher volume in October year-on-year was due to improved sales of (multipurpose vehicles), passenger cars, buses, SUVs, 4x4 pickups and window vans,” the group says. The month narrowed the year-to-date sales gap to 5% from like-2008, an improvement from the 8% shortfall recorded ...
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