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Malaysia January 2012: Perodua Myvi at 18%, Peugeot shines

Perodua Myvi

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The Malaysian car market starts off 2012 on the wrong foot: down 26% on January 2011 at 39,345 registrations. Leader for the last 6 years, the Perodua Myvi confirms its supremacy this month with a mammoth 18.1% market share thanks to 7,107 sales. In fact the Top 5 is back to its 2011 order after a few turbulences in December: the Proton Saga is #2 at 13.4%, followed by the Perodua Viva (9.1%), Proton Persona (8.2%) and Perodua Alza (7.4%).

Proton Exora

The Proton Exora is up one spot to #6 thanks to the arrival of Bold version, making the 6 best-selling models in Malaysia this month 100% national. Other good performers this month include the Naza Forte up to #11, Ford Fiesta up 28 spots to #15, Nissan Sylphy up 25 ranks to #16 and Hyundai Tucson up 24 spots to #22.

Peugeot 508

Peugeot has a fantastic month, placing 3 models in the Top 40. The 207 is up 8 ranks on January to a best-ever 23rd place (vs. #50 over the Full Year 2011), the 308 is up 10 spots to #39 and the 508 breaks into the Malaysian Top 50 for the very first time at #40 with 90 sales.

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Full January 2012 Top 50 Ranking Table below.

Malaysia January 2012:

1Perodua Myvi7,10718.1%181,90413.6%1
2Proton Saga5,28113.4%374,25812.4%2
3Perodua Viva3,5969.1%260,67510.1%3
4Proton Persona3,2218.2%546,4157.7%4
5Perodua Alza2,9217.4%437,4026.2%5
6Proton Exora2,1765.5%721,0643.5%8
7Toyota Vios2,1455.5%629,8205.0%6
8Toyota Hilux1,4873.8%821,4713.6%7
9Nissan Grand Livina9162.3%1012,2042.0%9
10Proton Inspira7161.8%99,8401.6%11
11Naza Forte4951.3%155,8291.0%17
12Mitsubishi Triton4921.3%128,2991.4%12
13Suzuki Swift4901.2%135,1430.9%19
14Toyota Innova4851.2%144,7670.8%20
15Ford Fiesta3230.8%434,2060.7%24
16Nissan Sylphy2880.7%412,6720.4%30
17Hyundai i102640.7%172,7760.5%29
18Honda Insight2610.7%304,5660.8%21
19Hyundai Sonata2060.5%342,9280.5%28
20Isuzu D-Max1960.5%115,9611.0%16
21Nissan Navara1700.4%163,9110.7%26
22Hyundai Tucson1600.4%462,0040.3%42
23Peugeot 2071570.4%311,6640.3%50
24Chery Eastar1560.4%332,6620.4%31
25Nissan Teana1550.4%254,4300.7%23
26Toyota Avanza1500.4%506,9851.2%14
28Toyota Camry1420.4%297,5751.3%13
29Hyundai Starex1400.4% n/an/an/an/a
30Toyota Fortuner1310.3%361,7610.3%49
31Honda Accord1290.3%404,4870.7%22
32Toyota Hiace1190.3%212,0560.3%41
33Toyota Rush1130.3%232,4760.4%33
34Toyota Corolla Altis1110.3% n/a5,6120.9%18
35Hyundai Santa Fe970.2%47n/an/an/a
36VW Polo960.2%181,7910.3%48
37Ford Ranger950.2%262,3490.4%36
38VW Golf940.2%202,5510.4%32
39Peugeot 308910.2%491,8910.3%45
40Peugeot 508900.2% n/an/an/an/a
41VW Passat890.2%27n/an/an/a
42Chevrolet Cruze850.2%48n/an/an/a
43Kia Sportage810.2%45n/an/an/a
44Naza Citra790.2%391,8960.3%44
45Suzuki Alto780.2% n/an/an/an/a
46Peugeot 3008750.2% n/an/an/an/a
47Kia Sorento750.2% –n/an/an/a
48Lexus CT200h730.2%38n/an/an/a
49Mitsubishi Lancer650.2% n/an/an/an/a
50Suzuki SX4650.2% n/an/an/an/a


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