Perodua Posts Record Sales In July 2020

The Perodua Myvi, Axia and Bezza continue to be Malaysia’s top three best sellers.

Perodua has registered another record sales month in July, with 23,203 Perodua vehicles sold. 

The sales figure in July breaks the record already set last month in June, leading to a total of 97,373 new Peroduas finding owners to date this year. 

Leading the sales charge is the ever-popular Perodua Myvi, with almost 29,313 sold from January to July. This impressive sales figure for Malaysia’s best selling vehicle since 2006 is partly attributed to its latest refresh which includes the Perodua’s latest Advanced Safety Assists (ASA) 2.0 active safety suite. 


Perodua’s smaller models within its lineup also posted healthy sales figures. Both the Axia and Bezza having sold 28,107 and 25,416 units respectively to date this year. These sales figures mean that the Axia and Bezza retain the title of second and third best selling vehicles in Malaysia. 

With both Proton and Perodua both setting sales records this month, the auto industry in Malaysia at least looks to have rebounded pretty fast from having near-zero sales but a few months ago. 

More information can be found in the press release below: 

Perodua registered 23,203 vehicles in July 2020, beating June as its best sales month so far this year by 9.2%, and boosting its year-to-date (YTD) sales total to 97,373 units.

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The carmaker estimates its July and YTD market shares to stand at 40% and 42% respectively, spearheaded by the Myvi, Axia and Bezza, which are Malaysia’s top three best-selling vehicles YTD, selling 29,313, 28,107 and 25,416 units respectively.

“The Perodua Myvi, Malaysia’s best-selling vehicle every year since 2006, has recently been upgraded with the latest Advanced Safety Assist (ASA) 2.0 suite of driver assistance safety systems. It remains one of the most affordable cars with advanced safety features in the country,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.


“Since our operations restarted after a two-month Movement Control Order (MCO) closure, our volume has rebounded swiftly, aided by the government’s sales tax exemption which will run until year-end.

“Should this encouraging trend continue, the healthy volume will enable us to further bolster Malaysia’s automotive eco-system of suppliers and dealers in this time of need,” he added.

According to Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) estimates, a total industry volume (TIV) of at least 500,000 units is needed this year to ensure the continued survival of the automotive eco-system.

“Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, we understand that we must work to our fullest capacity to help shore up the Malaysian economy and ensure jobs are protected.

“As the market leader, Perodua’s utmost priority is to continue providing the best products and services to ensure maximum customer satisfaction. We are committed to continue offering better value propositions to all Malaysians in the forms of affordability, quality, technology and the latest advanced features,” said Dato’ Zainal.

All of Perodua’s current models have over 90% local content and with its economies of scale, service parts are affordable and readily available, giving its valued customers total peace of mind.

Dato’ Zainal added that Perodua embodies the concept of Simple, Slim and Compact in all its operations, including interactions with all its stakeholders, while never forgetting its People First focus.

Joshua Chin

Automotive journalist. Professional work on and Personal writing found at Instagram: @driveeveryday

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