Malaysian automaker Perodua will export its new Axia energy-efficient vehicle after ending shipments of its now-discontinued Viva model. CEO Aminar Rashid Salleh is quoted by The Sun Daily newspaper as saying Perodua is looking at exporting Axia to countries where the Viva city car has been sold, such as Mauritius, Sri Lanka and Brunei, but has made no final decisions. “Right now we are finalizing our plans and we are still negotiating on the pricing,” Aminar says, but adds the ...

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