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Perodua sees growth in tough market

11th July 2008 Print
At a time when consumers are finding it hard to part with their money, the latest registration figures show that Perodua have managed to battle it out against the competition and increase June registrations in comparison to 2007.

Kelisa sees a 22.2% increase on registrations in comparison to June 2007 thanks to its inexpensive price tag and best value city car status. Kenari registrations increased by 20% in comparison to June 2007, aided by the current cashback offer. Perodua registrations as a whole are up 6.1% on last year in a market which is 6.1% down on last year.

The Perodua range includes the Myvi supermini, Kelisa city car and Kenari mini-MPV which all represent fantastic value for money, further enhanced by the current offers from Perodua. Myvi has a continued £1000 cashback offer, meaning prices start from just £6799 for the SXI (manual) version. The highly economical Kelisa is Britain’s lowest price new car from just £4499 and has free metallic paint worth £200. Kenari has a £500 cashback offer bringing the GX (manual) version down to just £5630.