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The July’s sales were made up with a total of 52, 119 units of passenger vehicles and 5,433 commercial vehicles.
Based on the recent vehicle sales data released by the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), the vehicle sales in July 2020 amounted to 57,552, an increase of 13 per cent from the 50,854 units in the same month last year. The July’s sales were made up with a total of 52, 119 units of passenger vehicles and 5,433 commercial vehicles.
As compared to sales in June that amounted to 57,552 units, sales in July has increased 28.8 per cent to 57,552 units.
MAA has attributed the increase to the sales tax exemption incentive for both CKD and CBU vehicles, aggressive promotional campaign by car companies, as well as longer working month in a statement.
Registration of new passenger vehicles for year-to-date (YTD) July was 210,995 units against 317,050 units, with a reduction of 106,005 units or 33.4 per cent.
YTD July new vehicle production of new passenger vehicles dropped 35 per cent to 202,002 units from 311,230 units a year ago.
MAA added that the sales volume in August 2020 is expected to be maintained at the July 2020 level, driven by sales tax exemption incentive and ongoing promotional campaigns by car companies.
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