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Perodua continues growth in tough market

26th September 2008 Print
As the market continues to get tougher, Perodua has kept its head above the water and managed to increase August registrations by 2.63% in comparison with 2007. The market as a whole is down 18.58% on last year but Perodua, who offer Britain’s best value cars, continue to impress and are one of the few manufacturers to see growth in such a difficult market.

Perodua, which also reported increased registrations for June, has seen a particularly exciting result with Kelisa. The great value city car from just £4499 has increased registrations for August by 66% compared to last year, no doubt thanks to it being Britain’s lowest price new car.

The Perodua range also includes the Myvi supermini and Kenari mini-MPV which both represent fantastic value for money with the current offers available from Perodua. Myvi has a continued £1000 cashback offer, meaning prices start from just £6799 for the SXI (manual) version. Kenari has a £500 cashback offer bringing the GX (manual) version down to just £5630.