Malaysian new-vehicle sales soared 19.6% year-on-year in September to 54,945 units, with the Malaysian Automotive Assn. predicting October sales will be even higher. MAA data shows new passenger-vehicle deliveries jumped to 48,411 units, up 20.3% from prior-year’s 40,235. Commercial-vehicle sales climbed 14.8% to 6,534 units. The increase, the group says, can be credited to a return to normal market conditions and the launch of several new models. It predicts October’s ...

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