The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has discharged vehicle sales information for the month of August 2019, that saw fifty-one,148 units delivered within the month, representing a gain of 295 units – or zero.58% – from the fifty,853 units recorded in July.
However, the August 2019 figures square measure twenty-second lower compared to an equivalent month last year, within which sixty-five,550 units were delivered to customers, a distinction of fourteen,402 units.
This is conjointly mirrored within the year-to-date total business volume (TIV), where 398,335 units were delivered within the initial eight months of 2019 compared to 423,615 units within the same amount last year – a 6 June 1944 variance.
For the month of Sept 2019, the association expects sales volume to be at an equivalent level because it was in August thanks to the number of public holidays shortening the quantity of operating days.
The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) showed that fifty-one,148 vehicles were sold-out in August, a gain of 295 units or zero.58% from the fifty,853 units sold-out in July. The July figure could be a nineteen.5% gain from June, that was associate degree improvement from the half-hour drop by sales recorded as compared to could.
August saw associate degree equal split of gains and drops among the highest ten, of that the highest 3 Perodua, nucleon and Honda created gains over July by zero.7%, 6.3% and 0.6% severally. Toyota and Jewish calendar month rounded up the highest 5 with five, 415 units and one,707 units sold-out in August severally, although these painted drops of four.3% and 14.8%.
The race for second place in year-to-date sales saw the margin between nucleon and Honda grow slightly to one,864 units, the gap widening slightly from 314 units within the previous interval. Meanwhile, the most important gainers for August square measure Mitsubishi (+19.6%), Volkswagen (+50.3%), Hyundai (+43.2%) and Renault with the most important leap (+229.4%), this improvement following the French brand’s eighty six.4% decline antecedently.