National carmaker reboots operations throughout the country
Can ASA 2.0 really justify a RM10k premium over the highest-spec Proton Saga?
A quick breakdown of how the year will shape up for Malaysia's two national carmakers
Perodua’s purported hot hatch is still being evaluated for production
Local carmaker invests RM7 million to outsource this function with IQM Sdn Bhd
Unnamed new Daihatsu’s may have given us an early look at a future Perodua compact SUV
Six variants, single 1.0L engine option, manual gearbox available. And ASA 2.0 makes it sweet! From RM24,900.
Move will further improve Perodua’s sales and contribute to meeting year-end export target.
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52 per cent of 25,000 Aruz bookings already delivered.