Perodua Axia

Perodua Axia News in Malaysia

  • Honours at the highest level, 2024 Perodua Axia (D74A) wins coveted Malaysia Good Design Award

    The 2024 Perodua Axia (D74A) has won the Public Areas and Transportation Products award at the Malaysia Good Design Award, organised by the Malaysian Design Council (MRM) yesterday. This award – think of it as the coveted local alternative as the famous Red Dot Awards – honours the best the country's industrial design segments can offer, spanning 13 categories from crafts to architecture; all the way to fashion and trade shows. It is the highest design recognition from the Malaysian government.

    SanjaySanjay

    Jun 14, 2024

  • Daihatsu safety scandal: Netizens say JPJ is protecting Perodua and Toyota, MoT shares UN-approved re-test results done in the UK, Spain, France

    The Ministry of Transport has confirmed that all Perodua and Toyota cars affected by Daihatsu’s procedural irregularities in vehicle testing meet minimum safety standards, and no recall is required. This was confirmed by independent tests conducted by three United Nations-approved technical services agencies specializing in automotive testing. The agencies are: UTAC (France) Applus+ IDIADA (Spain) Horiba-MIRA (United Kingdom) To address criticisms from netizens, the MoT has also made results of

    HansHans

    May 28, 2024

  • Perodua officially enters Bangladesh with ex-Proton distributor, to sell and CKD Axia, Aruz, Bezza, and Myvi

    Perodua's expansion of its export business now includes Bangladesh, with the Malaysian carmaker inking a partnership with ex-Proton partners PHP Motors. For now, the range includes four models: the Aruz, Axia, Bezza, and Myvi. Managing Director of PHP Motors, Mohammed Akhter Pravez, added that the company will be assembling the models in their Chattogram factory, while working on bringing the full range of Perodua models to Bangladesh. The named models will begin sales there by the end of this m

    SanjaySanjay

    May 10, 2024

  • Perodua aims to boost exports by 79% in 2024, Brunei first foreign market expansion - Axia and Alza joins Bezza

    Perodua is set to increase its exports by 79% in 2024, with Brunei marking its initial expansion into foreign markets this year. From 1, 094 units in 2023, the company aims to export 1,960 units in 2024, reflecting its ambition to diversify its global presence. On 3-May 2024, Perodua introduced the Alza along with the Axia to Brunei, targeting sales of 120 and 40 units respectively. Additionally, the Bezza 1.0L G will be exported to Brunei with a sales goal of 300 units, bringing the total expec

    SanjaySanjay

    May 6, 2024

  • Perodua Alza and Perodua Axia teased for Brunei launch

    One of the few markets where Perodua is being exported is Brunei and its distributor has recently teased the imminent arrivals of the Perodua Axia and Perodua Alza on social media. Perodua is distributed in the small oil-rich kingdom by GHK Motors which also distributes Mitsubishi, Jeep, Alfa Romeo, MG, and Maxus. In Brunei, only the Perodua Bezza is being offered with the single 1.0 G Auto variant priced at BND 19,000 (~RM 67k). It is still unknown which variant will be offered in Brunei but ba

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Apr 9, 2024

  • Perodua on Daihatsu's delivery suspension: Irregularities found but cars still meet regulations, to work with Malaysian authorities

    Perodua has issued a statement concerning Daihatsu's recent announcement on the company's new additional procedural irregularities that has also affected the Axia, Alza, Aruz, Ativa, and Bezza. In summary, this new issue (seperate from what happened back in April and May) stems from a recent investigation by an independent third-party committee that revealed 174 new problems within 25 test categories. As such, the committee has saw the need to immediately suspend deliveries of Daihatsu-developed

    SanjaySanjay

    Dec 20, 2023

  • Shipment of Perodua and Toyota cars in Malaysia to be suspended following latest Daihatsu safety test irregularity fiasco

    Daihatsu is embroiled in another safety compliance issue, this time encompassing a total of 64 models (including currently produced, developed, or discontinued) across its Japan and international markets. Yes, this also involves Toyota and Perodua cars sold in Malaysia. To surmise, this issue is seperate from what happened back in April (door lining irregularity) and May (side collision test irregularity). A recent investigation by an independent third-party committee revealed 174 new problems w

    SanjaySanjay

    Dec 20, 2023

  • Strong demand for Proton and Perodua models, Malaysia's October new car sales is up 10%

    In times of uncertainty, Malaysians are increasingly looking to affordably priced models from Proton and Perodua. Strong demand for national make models is the reason behind a 10 percent jump in October 2023’s new car sales, says MAA (Malaysia Automotive Association). A total of 74,896 units were sold in October 2023, versus September’s 68,156 units. This is the third time this year that Malaysia’s monthly new car sales crossed the 70,000 units mark. October’s number is also the second highest t

    HansHans

    Nov 15, 2023

  • More Malaysians opt for compact, budget cars: Perodua revises 2023 target to 325k, Q4 to be its best in history

    With less than two months left before the year ends, Perodua is revising its sales target for 2023 to 325,000 units, up from the earlier announced figure of 314,000 units. Production targets have been increased in tandem, from 330,000 units to 338,000 units. In case you are wondering on the gap between production target and sales', Perodua’s production target is always slightly higher than its sales targets, to accommodate the need to keep a small number of buffer stock. Perodua says the upward

    HansHans

    Nov 7, 2023

  • The giant won't move, Toyota and Perodua now control over 54 percent of Malaysia's new car sales

    As of August 2023, the UMW Group saw a 16.3 percent increase in the combined, year-to-date sales of Toyota, Lexus, and Perodua vehicles in Malaysia, with 271,515 units vehicles registered. In August alone, 41,386 vehicles were registered, up 12.5 percent from July 2023. Toyota contributed deliveried of 10,275 units in August, up 23.1 percent from July. Cumulative sales from January to August totalled 67,283 units, up 9.2 percent from the same 8-month period in 2022. Toyota’s market share now sta

    HansHans

    Sep 22, 2023

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