Where this is concerned, the second quarter of the year would usually be better with stronger demand from the market. Hence, it would surely aid in helping to achieve the target of course where ever possible, they would be more than happy to over hit their target. He said “Perodua would be happy to maintain its market share of 31.1 per cent in tandem with the forecasted total industry volume (TIV) of 550,000 announced by the Malaysian Automotive Association recently.”

Aminar Rashid also said that the company had for the first quarter of 2010 produced 49,725 units as compared to last year’s first quarter where they rolled out 37,867 units which is translated to 31.3%. On top of that, the company hit an all times high sales of 18,500 units sold for the month of March, 2010. The highest sales every recorded by the company was in July 2008, when they sold some 17,050 units.

At the moment, the best selling model for Perodua is its Myvi and they have only recently launched their own MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle), the Perodua Alza. So far, the response to the new model has been overwhelming and Perodua is confident that they will be able to mount a serious challenge in the competing segment which is dominated by almost every car maker brand in the industry including Proton’s Exora.