Proton fields Tuah sedan in bid to unseat Perodua as sales leader.
Malaysian new-vehicle sales rose 4.7% to 627,753 units in 2012, breaking the yearly record of 605,156 set in 2009, the Malaysian Automotive Assn. announces. Predicting another record this year, with sales forecast to rise 2% to 640,000 units, the association says it is reviving the annual Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show after a 3-year hiatus. The event is set for Nov. 15-24. “(Last year) was beyond expectations and far better than what we had forecast,” association ...
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