Malaysian new-vehicle sales in January plummeted 17.5% to 37,801 units, from prior-year’s 45,811. New-car sales fell 18.8% to 34,323 units, from 42,267 in like-2008, while commercial-vehicle deliveries slid 1.9% to 3,478, from year-ago’s 3,544, the Malaysian Automobile Assn. says in a statement. February sales are not expected to fare much better, as the market continues to be depressed. The launch of several new models in January, before the Chinese New Year, cushioned the full impact ...
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