Based on total new vehicle sales breakdown by brand data up to October 2021 by the Malaysian Automotive Association and CGS-CIMB Research, Perodua led the list with a 38.4% market share, followed by Proton (22%), Toyota (14.1%), Honda (9.8%), Nissan (2.4%), Mazda (2.1%), Isuzu (1.9%), and BMW (1.2%).aws全区号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
KUALA LUMPUR: The sluggish performance of the automotive sector for the better part of this year due to market uncertainties brought on by the Covid-19 risk and enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) finally revved up to full throttle in the final quarter (Q4) of 2021.
Car factories and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) ramped up production and deliveries of vehicles to fulfil backlog and new orders as showrooms gradually resume operations after the nationwide lockdown was lifted in August.
The first full month of restored market conditions after MCO was a productive one for both national car makers and several OEMs as the local automotive ecosystem, production, and exports gathered momentum.
Delivery of Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd’s (Perodua) vehicles grew by 102% month-on-month (m-o-m) to 14,160 units in September from 6,988 units in August as the supply situation gradually improved, while Proton Holdings Bhd (Proton) garnered 10,380 unit sales to retain its hold of second place in Malaysia’s automotive sales table.
Perodua broke new monthly sales and its own production records with a registration of 27,858 vehicles in October, while Proton sold 13,362 units.“We are humbled by this achievement and are now confident of ending the year with an increase in total sales,” Proton Edar Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Roslan Abdullah said.The highest sales month in Perodua’s history came with improved production and swift deliveries of vehicles to customers as the car manufacturer aimed to deliver as many vehicles as it could in Q4 2021.UMW Toyota Motor which ranked third in Malaysia’s automotive sales, also experienced sales recovery following the easing of the full MCO restrictions with sales of 8,500 units registered in October, a 5.8% increase from the 8,033 units sold in September.
Based on total new vehicle sales breakdown by brand data up to October 2021 by the Malaysian Automotive Association and CGS-CIMB Research, Perodua led the list with a 38.4% market share, followed by Proton (22%), Toyota (14.1%), Honda (9.8%), Nissan (2.4%), Mazda (2.1%), Isuzu (1.9%), and BMW (1.2%).
For November, Perodua registered 20,299 sales (minus 27.1% m-o-m) as intermittent disruption from Covid-19 cases and semiconductor chip shortages reportedly impacted its production.