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Perodua sells 20,399 vehicles in April

Perodua Ativa

Perodua recently announced that the company has registered an estimated 20,399 vehicles in the month of April 2020.

Out of the total, the newly-launched Ativa makes up 4,624 units or over 22% of that figure, lifting the total units of Ativas registered since its 3 March launch to nearly 9,000. Demand for the Perodua Ativa remains strong with average bookings of nearly 290 daily.

“We thank all Malaysians for their strong support,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

Ativa waiting period

“The waiting period for the Ativa is currently between two and four months, depending on the desired colour and variant. We advise our valued customers to speak to our authorised sales advisors for accurate and up-to-date delivery times of the various variant-colour combinations of the Ativa,” he added.

Perodua Aruz

On a month-to-month comparison, sales dipped by 16.5% to 20,399 units from 24,431 units mainly due to the semiconductor shortage, which is affecting multiple industries globally.

“Despite the global semiconductor chip shortage, Perodua managed to produce 20,278 vehicles in April 2021, pushing our year-to-date production to 80,661 units,” Dato’ Zainal said.

78,304 sales and counting

Perodua’s April 2021 sales figure brings its year-to-date sales tally to 78,304 vehicles. This represents a 74% boost over the 45,034 units sold in the first four months of 2020, due to minimal registrations in April 2020 as the first Movement Control Order hit its stride nationwide.

“The chip shortage is our top priority at present and we are deploying all our resources to deal with it, including working closely with the government and our business partners for viable solutions.

“Perodua remains committed towards timely deliveries, aided by our economies of scale. We thank our valued customers very much for their patience. We are doing all we can to deliver as many cars as possible before the expected expiry of the government’s sales tax exemption in end-June,” he added.

240,000 units sales target

Dato’ Zainal said Perodua is maintaining its 2021 sales target at 240,000 units for now. Perodua’s 2021 sales target represents a 9% increase from the 220,163 units sold in 2020, and is expected to lead to a record purchase of RM6.5 billion worth of locally-sourced components this year.

Perodua also targets production of 272,000 units (+23% from 2020’s 220,968 units) and 2.4 million service intakes (+20% from 2020’s 2 million service intakes) this year.

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Did You Know The Perodua Aruz Costs RM286k in Singapore?

Perodua Aruz

The Perodua Aruz has officially entered its first overseas market – Singapore. At launch, it is priced at SGD92,999 (RM286,409), inclusive of Goods and Services Tax and Certificate of Entitlement (COE).

“The Aruz’s arrival in Singapore marks the first seven-seater offered by Perodua in the island nation,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

“With nearly 58,000 units sold in Malaysia since its debut in 2019, the Perodua Aruz was Malaysia’s best-selling SUV overall in 2019 and 2020. We are looking forward to sharing the Aruz’s space, safety, versatility, durability, practicality and fuel efficiency with our southern neighbours,” he added.

The Aruz

The Perodua Aruz’s aluminium-block 1.5 litre Dual VVT-i four-cylinder engine joins forces with an electronically-controlled automatic transmission and Eco Idle to yield a rated fuel efficiency of up to 15.6 km/l.

Its versatility comes courtesy of 60:40-split second and 50:50-split third rows that can be slid, folded and tumbled for a multitude of seating and loading configurations. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), ISOFIX and six airbags contribute to a full five-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating.

Other standard equipment include LED headlamps, 17-inch two-tone alloys, keyless entry and start, and a touch-screen infotainment system with reverse camera display.

The Perodua Aruz is sold by Perocom Auto Pte Ltd at their sole outlet in Ubi. The sole authorised Perodua distributor in Singapore since 1997, Perocom Auto has sold the Kancil, Kembara, Kelisa, first- and third-generation Myvis, Viva, Axia and Bezza there.

Perodua Ativa

Other export markets

Besides Singapore, Perodua also exports to Brunei, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, the Seychelles, Fiji and Indonesia (where the Myvi is sold as the Daihatsu Sirion).

Back in Malaysia, the Perodua Ativa was the best-selling compact SUV in the country in the month of March. Thanks to the Ativa, Perodua has well surpassed its 3,000-unit monthly delivery target in the first month itself.

“We thank Malaysians for their support and trust. On our end, we are committed towards timely deliveries of every order made,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

A good start to 2021

On production, Dato’ Zainal said that Perodua manufactured 60,383 vehicles in 1Q21 – a 23% boost over the 49,280 units produced in 1Q20.

“For now, our biggest challenge is the semiconductor chip shortage, which is having varying impacts on carmakers on a global scale.

“We are working with our partners to find alternative supply while at the same time monitoring the situation on a daily basis to ensure continued operation of our production lines,” he said.

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Perodua Delivers Close to 5,000 Ativas in Less than a Month

Perodua Ativa

Perodua sold an estimated 57,911 vehicles in the first quarter of 2021 (1Q21) – 29% more than the 44,977 units it sold in the same period last year – as production increased to meet demand for all its models, especially the newly-launched Perodua Ativa.

The Perodua Ativa was officially launched last month with price ranging from RM61,500 to RM72,000 on-the-road before insurance in Peninsular Malaysia. There will be three variants – X, H, and the full-spec AV.

14,574 bookings since February

“March saw a jump in our sales numbers to an estimated 24,433 units, underpinned by strong demand, particularly for the Ativa, which has collected 14,574 bookings since we began order-taking on 19 February,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

Perodua Ativa

Month-on-month, Perodua’s registrations jumped by 47.3% to 24,433 units in March 2021 compared to February 2021’s 16,583 units.

Dato Zainal added that of the 14,574 Ativa bookings garnered so far, 4,345 units have been delivered since the new model’s launch on 3 March, and that Ativa demand is currently skewed 67% towards the range-topping AV, which is within projections.

Best-selling SUV in Malaysia in March

“This makes the Perodua Ativa the best-selling compact SUV in the country in the month of March. We are glad that the Perodua Ativa has gotten off to such a strong start, and that we well surpassed our 3,000-unit monthly delivery target in the first month.

“We thank Malaysians for their support and trust. On our end, we are committed towards timely deliveries of every order made,” Dato’ Zainal said.

On production, Dato’ Zainal said that Perodua manufactured 60,383 vehicles in 1Q21 – a 23% boost over the 49,280 units produced in 1Q20.

“For now, our biggest challenge is the semiconductor chip shortage, which is having varying impacts on carmakers on a global scale.

“We are working with our partners to find alternative supply while at the same time monitoring the situation on a daily basis to ensure continued operation of our production lines,” he said.

Dato’ Zainal said that despite the semiconductor issue, Perodua will still be able to meet its initial 2021 sales target of 240,000 units.

Perodua’s 2021 sales target represents a 9% increase from the 220,163 units sold in 2020, and is expected to lead to a record purchase of RM6.5 billion worth of locally-sourced components this year.

Perodua also targets a production of 272,000 units (+23% from 2020’s 220,968 units) and 2.4 million service intakes (+20% from 2020’s 2 million service intakes) this year.

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Perodua Ativa Variants and Specs Breakdown

Perodua Ativa

After much anticipation, Perodua broke the internet last night after it finally launched the Ativa SUV, setting the whole country into a frenzy. There has been so much hype about the Ativa that even people who don’t usually give a damn about the automotive industry are sharing articles in WhatsApp groups.

In case you’re wondering what the hype is all about, the Perodua Ativa is the model that finally brings the SUV segment closer to the middle class with its super competitive price tag that stands between RM61,500 and RM72,000.

Perodua Ativa X

Just to put things into perspective, a low-spec Toyota Vios 1.5 J costs RM74,623 on the road without insurance. Which one would you go for?

“But bro, does the Ativa give me more features than the Vios?” you may ask… To answer that question, let us have a closer look at the specifications sheet of every variant to see what you will get.

Variants on sale:

  • Ativa X Metallic (Glittering Silver/Granite Grey/Cobalt Blue) – RM61,500
  • Ativa H Metallic (Glittering Silver/Granite Grey/Cobalt Blue) – RM66,100
  • Ativa H Special Metallic (Pearl Diamond White/Pearl Delima Red) – RM66,600
  • Ativa AV Metallic (Glittering Silver/Granite Grey) – RM71,200
  • Ativa AV Special Metallic (Pearl Diamond White/Pearl Delima Red) – RM71,700
  • Ativa AV Two Tone Special Metallic (Pearl Diamond White/Pearl Delima Red) – RM72,000

Standard features

All of the variants above are powered by the same 1KR-VE 1.0-litre turbocharged engine that is paired with a D-CVT gearbox, producing 98 PS and 140 Nm of torque, with a fuel consumption of 18.9 l/km.

Measuring 4,065 mm in length, 1,710 mm in width, and 1,635 mm in height with a 2,525 mm wheelbase, the Ativa X comes with 16-inch tyres, while the Ativa H and Ativa AV come with 17-inch wheels.

Perodua Ativa X interior

Ativa X (RM61,500) gets:

  • Body coloured door handles
  • Manual retractable side mirrors
  • LED headlights with follow me function
  • LED combination tail lights
  • Rear spoiler
  • LCD Multi info display
  • Fabric seats
  • 60:40 split-folding rear seats
  • Keyless entry and push start ignition
  • 11” Radio size with Bluetooth & MP3
  • 4 speakers
  • 2 USB ports
  • Manual air cond
  • 6 airbags (Driver, Passenger, Side, Curtain)
  • ABS & EBD (with BA)
  • Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
  • Traction Control (TRC)
  • Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)
  • Hill Hold Assist (HHA)
  • ISOFIX system with top tether
  • Pre-Collision Warning
  • Pre-Collision Braking
  • Pedal  Misoperation Control
  • Front Departure Alert
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW
  • Lane Departure Prevention (LDP)
  • Rear corner sensor
  • Auto high beam
  • 16-inch tyres
Perodua Ativa H

Ativa H (RM66,100 – RM66,600) gets extras like:

  • 17-inch tyres
  • Electric adjustable side mirrors
  • LED front fog lamps
  • Automatic headlamps with sequential signal lights, auto levelling
  • 7-inch TFT multi info display
  • 9” LCD touch screen with Bluetooth, MP3, Smartlink for Android & Voice Recognition
  • 4 USB ports
  • HDMI port
  • Front corner sensors
  • Reverse camera
  • Adaptive Driving Beam
Perodua Ativa AV

Ativa AV (RM71,200 – RM72,000) gets:

  • Chrome door handles
  • Black and Red leather seats
  • 6 speakers
  • DVR
  • Security window film
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Keep Control
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert

So there you have it – the variant-by-variant specifications breakdown for your reference. Mighty impressive for its price, isn’t it?

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Perodua Ativa Launched – Here’s All the Details

Perodua Ativa

The Perodua Ativa was officially launched earlier today, with price ranging from RM61,500 to RM72,000 on-the-road before insurance in Peninsular Malaysia. There will be three variants – X, H, and the full-spec AV.

Perodua Ativa

The said prices supersede the estimated RM62,500 to RM73,400 announced earlier, and are valid until the government’s sales tax exemption expires on 30 June.

Engine and gearbox

Powering the Perodua Ativa is the 1KR-VE 1.0-litre turbo engine producing 98 PS and 140 Nm of torque, paired with a CVT. Fuel consumption is rated at 18.9 kilometres per litre.  

Perodua Ativa

Debuting on the Perodua Ativa is Advanced Safety Assist (ASA*) 3.0, which is standard across the range for the first time. ASA 3.0 works at higher speeds (up to 120 km/h for vehicles, up to 60 km/h for pedestrians) versus the current ASA 2.0, and can now detect two-wheeled vehicles as well as function at night.

ASA 3.0

On top of ASA 3.0, there is the Perodua Drive Assist and Parking Assist that are offered only in the H and AV variants, with features like Pre-Collision Warning, Pre-Collision Braking, Pedal Misoperation Control, Front Departure Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Departure Prevention, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Control, Blind Spot Monitor, Front Corner Sensor, Rear Corner Sensor, Reverse Camera, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

Perodua Ativa interior

Also on all variants are six airbags, automatic LED headlamps with Auto High Beam, plus Lane Departure Warning and Prevention. H and AV variants get Adaptive Driving Beam, a seven-inch TFT multi-info display and a nine-inch touch-screen infotainment system with voice recognition, while the top AV exclusively gets Lane Keep Control, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control.

5,000 bookings and counting

Perodua Ativa seats

“We have so far received some 5,000 bookings for the Perodua Ativa since we began collecting orders on 19 February. We thank the public very much for their support. Deliveries will begin tomorrow (4 March), and we aim to deliver an average of 3,000 units a month,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

Perodua Ativa boot

According to Dato’ Zainal, the Perodua Ativa’s introduction is significant as it brings Perodua’s collaboration with Daihatsu to a new level and allows Perodua and its suppliers to commonise components and processes for maximum cost efficiency.

“This close collaboration allowed us to include the Malaysian automotive ecosystem in the development of this model, and the suppliers rose to the challenge and were able to reduce their costs,” Dato’ Zainal said.

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Perodua D55L is Here – 3 Variants, From RM62.5k

Perodua D55L

The Perodua D55L – the most advanced Perodua yet – is now open for booking, with X, H and AV variants at prices estimated between RM62,500 and RM73,400, on-the-road before insurance in Peninsular Malaysia.

“The Perodua D55L is the first model under the Perodua Smart Build blueprint, spearheading breakthroughs for Perodua in style, safety, technology, equipment levels and value,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

Features

Among the D55L’s headlining features is Advanced Safety Assist (ASA*). Available on all variants, the latest ASA features higher operating speeds than the current version and is capable of detecting two-wheeled vehicles.

Also available on all variants are Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, while the top AV exclusively gets Lane Keep Control, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control.

All these features make the Perodua D55L the first Perodua model to satisfy Level 2 Autonomous Driving standards.

“True to our aim to continually bring more and more advanced technology to the masses, the Perodua D55L AV is Malaysia’s most affordable Level 2 Autonomous vehicle, bringing state-of-the-art safety and convenience to a wider audience,” said Dato’ Zainal.

“SUVs remain very much in demand, and the Perodua D55L is our trendiest offering in this regard. Its compactness, contemporary style and modern features make it the perfect companion for day-to-day urban lifestyles,” he added.

Perodua D55L

Turbocharged engine

The Perodua D55L is also Perodua’s first turbocharged vehicle, in line with the global downsized forced-induction trend, and the first Perodua to use a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), contributing to a class-leading rated fuel efficiency of 18.9 km/l.

LED headlamps are standard across the range, while H and AV variants get Adaptive Driving Beam, a 7-inch TFT multi-info display and a 9-inch touch-screen infotainment system with voice recognition.

“As the government’s sales tax exemption is set to expire in end-June, don’t wait to book – our authorised sales advisors are eager to serve you and tell you more about the Perodua D55L at all our sales outlets nationwide, where strict COVID-19 guidelines are in place for your health and safety,” Dato’ Zainal said.

Variants and warranty

X and H variants are available in Glittering Silver, Granite Grey and Cobalt Blue, with the H variant also available in Pearl Diamond White and Pearl Delima Red. The last three colours are new for Perodua. The top AV can be had in Glittering Silver, Granite Grey, Pearl Diamond White, Pearl Delima Red, or the last two colours with a black roof. A five-year/150,000 km warranty is offered.

In case you’re wondering why we’re sharing pictures of the Daihatsu Rocky, the D55L is actually a rebadged version of the Daihatsu, and no official images have been shared yet. So, watch this space for more udpates on the D55L.

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Perodua Wants to Sell 240,000 Cars in 2021

perodua myvi

Perodua just announced that it aims to sell 240,000 vehicles in 2021 – a 9% increase from the 220,163 units sold in 2020 – on the back of sustained strong demand for its existing models and the extension of the sales tax exemption announced by the government recently.

By way of comparison, Perodua sold 240,341 vehicles in 2019.

Model breakdown

Of the 220,163 units sold in 2020, Perodua registered 66,330 Myvis, 59,651 Axias, 56,996 Bezzas, 22,494 Aruz, 14,691 Alzas and one other model against a total industry volume (TIV) of 529,434 units, netting a 41.6% market share.

“With the extension of the sales tax exemption to end-June 2021, recent COVID-19 vaccine developments and all our models continuing to be in demand, we believe 2021 will be the year of recovery,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

He added that Perodua, and the Malaysian automotive ecosystem, appreciates the support for the industry and will extend its full cooperation to the government in ensuring that all standard operating procedures are followed in regard to COVID-19.

Dato’ Zainal said that with the estimated recovery of Perodua’s sales volume, the compact car maker is expected to purchase a record RM6.5 billion worth of locally-sourced components in 2021.

“In addition, with 2020 ending better than previously expected for both Perodua and the industry, we are looking to increase our stock by boosting our production target to 272,000 vehicles this year – the highest in our history. This increase will replenish our stock to ensure brisk delivery this year,” Dato’ Zainal said.

Perodua Axia Style

Perodua’s 2021 production target represents a 23% increase over the 220,968 units manufactured in 2020, and with all its models having over 90% local parts content, the carmaker remains the biggest buyer of automotive components in Malaysia.

2021 forecast

According to Dato’ Zainal, Perodua is expecting its service intakes to grow 20% from 2 million units in 2020 to 2.4 million units in 2021, comprising both current and new customers.

“We thank all Malaysians for making us the nation’s best-selling carmaker for 15 successive years.”

“In our efforts to further win our customers’ support, Perodua will transform our approach in every aspect, be it in customer engagement, values or even our operations – especially in our sales arm, Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd,” Dato’ Zainal said.

He said that this approach, called ‘Perodua Smart Build’, will revolutionise Perodua’s offerings while further improving the compact car company’s operational capabilities.

“More information and impact of the Perodua Smart Build initiative on Perodua, our partners, the automotive ecosystem and our valued customers will be announced in the near future,” Dato’ Zainal said.

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Perodua Sells 220,154 Cars in 2020

Perodua Axia Style

Perodua just announced that it registered 220,154 vehicles in the whole of 2020, which is 10,154 units more than its 210,000-unit sales target for the year.

“We thank all Malaysians for choosing Perodua and the government for extending the sales tax exemption under PENJANA to sustain the sales momentum which the automotive industry is now enjoying,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

He added that Perodua manufactured 220,968 vehicles in 2020 despite temporarily halting production between March and May 2020 due to the Movement Control Order (MCO).

“Despite this, the tax exemption introduced in June 2020 succeeded in spurring car buyers’ interest that was able to sustain the players as well as the local automotive ecosystem.

“Perodua also hit the one million Energy-Efficient Vehicle (EEV) milestone in November 2020 – exactly two years after achieving the half-million – further solidifying our position as Malaysia’s largest EEV manufacturer,” said Dato’ Zainal.

Dato’ Zainal said that the better-than-expected sales achievement had a direct positive impact on the Malaysian automotive ecosystem, helping both independent parts suppliers and dealers weather the challenges in 2020.

“We look forward to a better year ahead as there are positive indications that the COVID-19 pandemic would be overcome with the recently-released vaccines. We will announce our 2021 targets and updates later,” he said.

Dato’ Zainal said that for now, Perodua will continue to fulfil outstanding orders and push for higher sales in 2021.

“We wish all Malaysians a safe, healthy and happy 2021. Perodua will never stop improving all aspects of our business to continue to satisfy and surpass all your mobility needs and wants, including continuing to push the fuel-efficiency envelope via advanced technology that will remain affordable,” said Dato’ Zainal.

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Perodua Just Sold 23,119 Cars in November

Perodua Axia Style

Perodua today announced that it sold 23,119 cars in November 2020, including an impressive 5,027 units on the 30th – the most it has ever registered in a single day.

“Our November sales represents a slight normalising from the previous two record months we had – 25,035 units in September and 26,852 units in October,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

“Yet the accomplishment is impressive given the challenging economic climate and new normal operating procedures brought about by COVID-19. And our 5,027-unit one-day record shows what resilience, persistence and adaptability can bring,” he added.

With 6,295 Myvis, 6,318 Axias, 6,224 Bezzas, 2,617 Aruz and 1,665 Alzas finding homes in November, Perodua has sold over 195,000 cars so far this year. Based on its sales momentum, the carmaker is on track to meet its 210,000-unit year-end registration target.

“Perodua’s two main priorities at present are to ensure as many of our valued customers as possible can get their cars before year-end to enjoy the sales tax-exempt prices; and to further bolster the Malaysian automotive ecosystem with our economies of scale in these hard times.

“Over 90% of our components are locally-sourced, and coupled with our sales volume, this generates significant business for Malaysian component suppliers and helps them sustain jobs,” said Dato’ Zainal.

“The completed cars are then distributed through Malaysia’s largest car sales network, the majority of which constitute independent dealers that benefit greatly from the business, and even more if they do servicing and repairs as well,” he added.

“Perodua is proud of its national duty and will continue to serve all Malaysians’ mobility needs with quality vehicles that are safe, practical, efficient and offer the best value, while pushing the boundaries of technology for the masses in the future,” said Dato’ Zainal.

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Perodua Just Sold like 27,000 Cars in October, Setting a New Record

perodua myvi

Perodua recorded its highest-ever monthly sales with 26,852 cars in October 2020, just after setting an all-time monthly sales record of 25,035 units in September 2020.

The company sold 8,052 Myvis, 6,738 Axias, 6,895 Bezzas, 3,193 Aruz and 1,974 Alzas in October. The top three models remain Malaysia’s best-selling cars so far this year.

“In September, we sold more vehicles in a month than in our entire 27-year history and now, we have gone even further,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.

“This milestone is important to us in many ways; it underscores our commitment towards delivering our vehicles to their rightful owners as fast as possible while at the same time doing our part to rejuvenate the automotive eco-system.

“In October alone, we purchased some RM600 million worth of parts from local suppliers, thus creating an enormous economic multiplier effect on the local auto eco-system, who too, has been impacted by the pandemic we are now facing,” he added.

The automotive eco-system includes direct and indirect sectors, such as automotive component suppliers, authorised dealers, stockists, agencies and contractors. Indirect, yet crucial partners include financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies.

“In terms of production capacity, we are on average at 98% in October 2020 with 26,362 vehicles – which is also our highest-ever monthly production figure – produced at our manufacturing facilities here in Sungai Choh,” Dato’ Zainal said.

“These achievements were accomplished under the new standard operating procedures (SOP) followed by Perodua and our partners. These include working from home and mandatory testing for those in red zones – on top of the original SOPs introduced in May.

“With the commitment of the suppliers, our authorised dealers were able to sell more vehicles and more importantly, ensure our customers’ happiness as their Perodua vehicles were delivered in the best possible time,” he added.

“Our strategy moving forward is to further leverage on our value offerings and quality in both our products and services for the Malaysian public. In terms of vehicle maintenance, rest assured that we have sufficient parts to meet your every need as most of them were made locally,” Dato’ Zainal said.

“We are working to maintain this sales and production momentum to ensure that deliveries remain high and our customers are satisfied by providing affordability for all our products and services,” he added.

To further reward its customers, Perodua is introducing a cash redemption of up to RM1,500 for the Perodua Aruz (terms and conditions apply) throughout November, on top of the current tax exemption amount.

In addition, Perodua is also offering cash rebates of up to RM2,000 for its pre-owned vehicles until 31 December 2020. This offer is only available at the Perodua KL sales outlet located on Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur.

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