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National cars maintain lead

National carmakers Proton and Perodua dominate sales over their foreign counterparts in the first half of this year as more customers traded their cars for more competitively-priced sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) despite the uncertain economic conditions.


Auto sales expected to moderate in 3Q19

KUALA LUMPUR: Sales volume in the local auto industry is expected to moderate moving into 3Q19 as customers would have taken advantage of the attractive Raya deals last month, says Affin HWang Capital research.


Affin Hwang downgrades Bermaz Auto on expectations of lower sales volume

KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Capital research expects Bermaz Auto Bhd's sales volume to moderate in FY20 due to competition for the Mazda CX-5 from the all-new Proton X70.


New models, designs to sustain buying interest

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has maintained its 600,000 units total industry volume (TIV) forecast for this year, in light of the economic uncertainties that are expected to remain for the rest of 2019.


Bermaz bullish about new Mazda3

PETALING JAYA: Bermaz Auto Bhd is confident of getting good acceptance for its newly launched Mazda3 model which now comes with higher levels of refinement, performance and connectivity package.


Motor racing - Young Barrichello has passion but must prove talent

TORONTO (Reuters) - Rubens Barrichello sees the family racing connection in his son Eduardo's eyes but for the 17-year-old teenager it is all about the hands.


Sime Darby Motors seeks new partners

KULIM: Sime Darby Bhd’s automotive arm, Sime Darby Motors, is in talks to attract new business partners to set up operations within its 200-acre manufacturing facility here.


TIV likely to contract over next few months, says MIDF Research

PETALING JAYA: The total industry volume (TIV) is expected to contract over the next few months post Hari Raya festivities, especially for June, given the shorter working month.