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UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has recently launched the new 2022 Toyota Veloz, and it's time to compare it with its donor car, the equally-new D27A Perodua Alza. If you are in the market for a B-segment MPV, you might be wondering which car to choose. While both cars share similarities, there are some key differences between them that might sway your decision. One of the most significant differences is the price. The D27A Perodua Alza has a price range that tops out at RM 75,500, while the Toyota Velo
If you are in the market for a brand-new Perodua, be prepared to wait for several months before you can receive the keys to your new car. Wapcar.my recently checked with several Perodua dealers and found out that the waiting period for several popular Perodua models stretches past the 1-year mark. At the moment, the D27A 2023 Perodua Alza has the longest waiting period if you’ve booked your MPV today, the waiting period is anything between 9 months to 13 months, depending on variant. For outstan
What do the netizens think about the all-new Perodua Alza D27A? The Perodua Alza D27A was unveiled last year, there have been a lot of mixed feelings about the Perodua Alza. Let’s see what the netizens have to say about the Perodua Alza! This time, we went around social media to collect some interesting comments from the readers about the Perodua Alza after its launch. Best valued car of all time? @ Kwk “if budget wasnt big deal, get the AV variant! EPB, PSDA, DNGA platform and so on… no rivals
In what seems like a blink of an eye, another year has passed and 2022 is now behind us. While we took a look at what SUVs and MPVs that will be coming soon (sedan to follow next), let’s take a look and see which cars were axed last year. Compared to 2021, last year witnessed fewer cars that were discontinued. Regardless, the departure of some of these models leave a void that may or may not be filled in the near future. BMW X2 The F39 BMW X2 was launched in Malaysia back in 2018 as an imported
25 percent of production capacity to be taken up by D74A 2023 Perodua Axia 330,000 units will be produced at Perodua’s two plants in Rawang Around 6,600 units of Toyota Veloz will be produced for 2023 Perodua has two vehicle manufacturing subsidiaries in Malaysia, operating two plants in Rawang - Perodua Global Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd. (PGMSB) and Perodua Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd. (PMSB). Both are managed by Daihatsu Motor via the holding company Perodua Auto Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (PCSB), itself 41
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