Malaysian Vehicles Market in July kept suffering (-25.9%) with 49.870, dragging year-to-date figures on a negative score. Proton was the only positive Top 10 brand, improving 6% while gaining the second position, a few units ahead of Honda (-41.2%).
Malaysian Vehicles Market in 2018 improved by 3.8% from last year’s performance, closing with registrations at 598.742. Perodua, the market leader with 38% of market share, is followed by Honda and Toyota. Outstanding performance was scored by Mazda, up 64.8%.
Malaysia vehicles sales drop was mitigated in August by new Perodua Brezza. The sedan launched at the end of July boomed with over 10.000 units sold in August.
Malaysia Vehicles Sales in the first half fell in double-digit hit by slow speed in the domestic consumer’s demand. Perodua led the models ranking with Axia, Alza and Myvi in the podium.
Malaysia New Vehicles Registration down in May for the fifth month in a row as the Malaysia’s economy is expanding at the slowest pace in last years. Volkswagen, Mazda and Mitsubishi are shining.
Malaysia Auto Sales in March dropped down 27% keeping the awful trend of the previous month. Proton is collapsing and has lost the second place in favor of Honda. All top manufacturers are sharply losing.
Malaysia Car Market in 2015 hit new all time record, only 209 units more than in the previous year, thanks to the recovery scored in the fourth quarter, Mercedes shine with over 50% improvement.
Malaysia vehicle sales data were negative again in July for the fourth month in a row. Japanese makers are moving fast with Honda, Nissan and Mazda on top. New Honda H-RV joined the top ten club.
Malaysia Vehicle Market fell 22% in April hit by new GST effect and following the sales pull ahead in March. Perodua scored a positive month improving share near 40% while Proton fell 50%. Mercedes shines.
Malaysia Light Vehicle Sales rose in double-digit driven by anticipated sales towards the new Goods & Service Tax introduction scheduled for April 1st.
Malaysia Vehicles Market sales figures reported Toyota and Proton falling down in the first two month of the year while Perodua and Honda kept their brilliant momentum.
Car Market in Malaysia posted a double digit growth in January despite Toyota fell one third from the correspondent month last year. Perodua boomed thanks to new models.
In 2014 Malaysian Vehicles Sales at new all-time record, the third in a row hit thanks to strong GDP trend and aggressive commercial strategy pursued by Toyota and Honda.