Malaysia auto sales in 2017 moderately declined, for the second consecutive year, with domestic brands still losing terrain and Japanese gaining. Perodua still market leader while the stars of the year had been Honda and BMW.
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 Vehicles Sales in 2016 scored an awful start with volumes down over 20% after two months. All top manufacturers reported heavy lost. Perodua place all models on podium with Axia, Myvi and Alza in a row.
Malaysia new cars market runs for the record after the positive performances scored in September and October having reduced the gap from the last year record at only 0.4%. In October Proton dropped in 4th place.
Malaysia Automotive Market slipped in the first half hit by new taxation introduced on April 1st. Perodua and Proton held near 50% of market share. Best selling model was the Proton Saga ahead of two models made by Perodua.