Perodua

Established in 1993, Perodua is Malaysia's second national car manufacturer that is in a partnership with Daihatsu Motor Company of Japan. Perodua’s headquarters sits on a 522-acre site in Sungai Choh, Rawang, comprising its corporate building, two vehicle manufacturing facilities as well as a research and development facility with test track. Popular models are the Myvi, Axia, Bezza and Aruz. Find the latest news, reviews, car prices, specifications and promos for all Perodua models here.

brands.newCarPriceTableTitle

Perodua Cars ListPrice
Perodua Axia PriceRM 24,090 - 43,190
Perodua Bezza PriceRM 34,580 - 49,980
Perodua Myvi PriceRM 46,500 - 59,900
Perodua Alza PriceRM 62,500 - 75,500
Perodua Ativa PriceRM 62,500 - 73,400
Perodua Aruz PriceRM 72,900 - 77,900
Read More

Perodua Cars in Malaysia

AllSedanHatchbackMPVSUV

Perodua News in Malaysia

Perodua to launch 2 more new models after D74A 2023 Perodua Axia, what could they be?

Earlier today during Perodua’s media conference, the second Malaysian car maker reiterated that they are capable of launching one all-new model (FMC, full model change in Perodua’s terminology) and two facelift models in one year’s time. "Still valid. Our current capability is one FMC and two MC (per year). Because of Covid-19 - 2019 and 2020, 2021 - it was distrupted. Last year was our recovery, this year we'll go back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of capacity," said Perodua President and CEO

Close to half of Malaysia's TIV - Perodua targets 314k unit sales and 44.5% market share for 2023

2023 sales target of 314,000 units, up 11.3 percent from 2021 2023 production target of 330,000 units, which is 103% of the available capacity Perodua forecasts Malaysia’s TIV to be at 705,000 units, higher than MAA’s 650,000 units Buoyed by strong demand for budget-friendly cars that the general public can trust, Perodua saw its best-ever sales in 2022 with 282,019 cars sold and along the way, became the 4th largest automotive brand in ASEAN's Top 5 biggest markets. This year, Perodua is target

Perodua: 220k backlog orders remain but will absorb SST for orders made before 30-June 2022

At the recent Perodua media conference, the second Malaysian carmaker revealed that it has 220,000 backlog orders remaining. Around 15,000 of those orders were made during the sales tax (SST) exemption which ended on 30-June 2022. Perodua CEO Dato' Sri Zainal Abidin Ahmad told the media that some of the cars might not be able to meet the registration cutoff time which ends on 31-March 2023. However, the carmaker said it will absorb the SST for those cars that would not be delivered in time for t

Perodua: Record high sales for 2022 but economic headwinds in 2023 could erase gains made

Perodua targets 11.3 percent increase in sales for year 2023, to 314,000 units TIV to stay above 700,000 units but economic headwinds remain a risk No increase in prices of existing models, as increase in raw materials cost is already absorbed by Perodua After ending 2022 with a record breaking 282,019 cars sold, Perodua is now the fourth largest car brand in the Southeast Asia’s ASEAN trade bloc’s five largest markets of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, and Vietnam. Starting the new

Perodua confirmed D74A 2023 Perodua Axia to be a bigger car, hints to crossover previewed by X Concept?

Bookings for the D74A 2023 Perodua Axia are now opened, with prices of the new A-segment hatchback estimated to be between RM 38,600 to RM 49,500. During a media conference with Perodua earlier today, a question was raised regarding the D74A Perodua Axia, asking if the Perodua X Concept previews the next-gen Axia. Perodua’s President and CEO Dato’ Sri Zainal Abidin Ahmad didn’t confirm the X Concept as the next-gen Axia, but he did mention that dimensions of the model will be much bigger than th

Priced between RM 38.6k-49.5k, 2023 D74A Perodua Axia is up to 13% pricier than before but loaded with more features

2018 Perodua X Concept shown On the same day Perodua announced that bookings for the 2023 D74A Perodua Axia are open, the second Malaysian carmaker also just announced the tentative prices. The next-gen Axia is estimated to be priced between RM 38,600 and RM 49,500 (without insurance, OTR West Malaysia). 1.0 G - RM 38,600 1.0 X - RM 40,000 1.0 SE - RM 44,000 1.0 AV - RM 49,500 The D74A Axia is offered in four variants which are the G, X, SE, and AV. It is also two variants fewer compared to the

Perodua Videos in Malaysia

My Pro Drifter Friend Bought a 2022 Perodua Alza AV!

2022 Perodua Alza Review in Malaysia, Real World Fuel Consumption & 0-100 km/h Test

2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 AV Review in Malaysia, The Only Car You Should Buy for Under RM80k

2022 Perodua Alza 1.5 AV in Malaysia, Best 7-Seater MPV for under RM80k!

2022 Perodua Myvi Facelift GearUp Body kit in Malaysia, Too Much is Just Right?

Perodua Comparison

Perodua User Reviews

4.3

2018 Perodua Myvi 1.5 AV AT

Pros
My car 2016 av model. Very nice and tiny litter small car. am using this car for 5 years very good quality.
Cons
ngt much didin have canter arm rest for pass and drive. the brake pet not very stornge.
Read More
4.5

2021 Perodua Ativa 1.0L Turbo H

Pros
1. Value for money. Many advanced features at low pricing. Maintenance cost is also affordable. 2. Ride comfort is superior than other Perodua models. 3. D-cvt and turbo gives the car a bit of performance and fun riding.
Cons
1. Just average fuel consumption unlike claimed. 2. No android or apple car play for a new generation car. Stock head unit using smartlink, is old technology.
Read More
1.5

2021 Perodua Ativa 1.0L Turbo AV Special Metallic

Pros
It looks buggy. Very Small engine, not powerful and bulky. It is much suitable if we call it car
Cons
Small engine. SUV? It is just a car with a raised floor
Read More
3.5

2018 Perodua Bezza 1.0 Standard G AT

Pros
Fuel economy. Low service fees. Large boot space. Good second hand value.
Cons
Steering wheel can't adjust. Uncomfortable rear seat. Poor handling in high speed. Poor soundproof.
Read More
4.2

2019 Perodua Aruz 1.5 AV

Pros
1. The performance is enough but can be underpowered sometimes. 2. Decently quiet cabin 3. Excellent safety features 4. Led headlight 5. Exterior design ( look like expensive cars during nightime)
Cons
1. The sound system 2. Can be bouncy if driving alone 3. The boot space light is fitted quite low. Higher luggage will block the light.
Read More

Recommended Cars

Top 10 Hatchback CarsTop 10 Money-Saving Cars10 Best-Selling Cars
VR
Perodua

Perodua Myvi

RM 46,500 - 59,900

View Model
Hot
Toyota

Toyota Yaris

RM 69,576 - 82,475

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Axia

RM 24,090 - 43,190

View Model
Hot
Honda

Honda City Hatchback

RM 78,600 - 109,800

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton Iriz

RM 40,300 - 54,000

View Model
Honda

Honda Civic Type R

RM 330,002

View Model
Not On Sale
Honda

Honda Jazz

TBC

View Model
Not On Sale
Suzuki

Suzuki Swift

TBC

View Model
Mazda

Mazda 3 Hatchback

RM 143,320 - 161,059

View Model
Mazda

Mazda 2 Hatchback

RM 100,870 - 101,310

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Axia

RM 24,090 - 43,190

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton Saga

RM 34,800 - 44,800

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Bezza

RM 34,580 - 49,980

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton Iriz

RM 40,300 - 54,000

View Model
VR
Perodua

Perodua Myvi

RM 46,500 - 59,900

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Alza

RM 62,500 - 75,500

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Ativa

RM 62,500 - 73,400

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton Persona

RM 45,200 - 54,900

View Model
Hot
Toyota

Toyota Yaris

RM 69,576 - 82,475

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Aruz

RM 72,900 - 77,900

View Model
VR
Perodua

Perodua Myvi

RM 46,500 - 59,900

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton Saga

RM 34,800 - 44,800

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Axia

RM 24,090 - 43,190

View Model
Hot
Proton

Proton X50

RM 79,200 - 103,300

View Model
New Variant
Toyota

Toyota Vios

RM 74,623 - 95,284

View Model
Hot
Honda

Honda City

RM 77,600 - 108,800

View Model
Hot
Honda

Honda Civic

RM 130,700 - 166,500

View Model
Hot
Toyota

Toyota Corolla Cross

RM 123,000 - 136,550

View Model
Hot
Perodua

Perodua Ativa

RM 62,500 - 73,400

View Model
Hot
Toyota

Toyota Yaris

RM 69,576 - 82,475

View Model

Perodua Car FAQs in Malaysia

How much is a Perodua car in Malaysia?

The cheapest Perodua car price is the Perodua Axia RM 24,090 and the highest price is the Perodua Aruz RM 77,900

How many models does Perodua have?

Perodua has 6 models and 26 variants for you to choose from.

Does Perodua have an SUV model?

Perodua SUV Cars: Perodua Aruz, Perodua Ativa