Perodua has had a successful start to 2010 as registrations for January are up by an impressive 67.6% in comparison to the same month last year, in a market which is up 29.8% on last year.
2009 proved to be a good year for Perodua too, despite the market being extremely tough for most of the year. Total registrations for Perodua in 2009 were up 4.2% in a market which was down 6.4%. The Perodua Myvi super-mini has been the key to Perodua's success and total registrations for Perodua Myvi in 2009 were up 44.3% on the previous year. Perodua Myvi registrations in January 2010 increased by an impressive 121% compared to last year giving Perodua a great start to 2010.
The Perodua Myvi offers fantastic value for money without compromising on specification and can be purchased from as little as £5,799 through the Government Scrappage Scheme. With features such as air conditioning, four electric windows, electric mirrors, central locking and power steering all as standard, the Perodua Myvi represents great value to customers looking for a new vehicle. Available in a choice of free metallic paint and high gloss finishes, the Perodua Myvi also looks the part with body coloured bumpers, door handles and mirrors with integral indicators and is surprisingly spacious inside.
The Perodua Kenari mini-MPV is also available from only £4,799 when purchased through the Government Scrappage Scheme and has central locking, power steering and electric windows all as standard. The Perodua Kenari continues to be popular proven by a 100% increase in registrations during January in comparison to the same month last year.
Those customers who do not qualify for the Government Scrappage Scheme can take advantage of the continued £1,000 cash back offer from Perodua which is available on both Perodua Myvi and Perodua Kenari models. With the Perodua Myvi available from only £6,799 and the Perodua Kenari just £5,799, Perodua continue to offer Britain's best value cars.Published 15 February 2010