Looks like the Perodua Axia is set to continue its strong form as the marque has just announced that its latest model has raked up a total of 119,000 bookings since its launch in September 2014. The nation’s second car manufacturer has also delivered a total of 75,300 units of the Axia at the end of May.
The achievement is all the more significant when one takes into account that the order books for the hatch was first opened in August last year. Earlier this year, Perodua president and CEO, Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh, told members of the media that the marque was facing a bit of struggle trying to keep up with demand – talk about first world problems.
From the looks of it, Perodua might not have a problem in achieving its 2015 sales target of 208,000 units, a notion further augmented by the launch of the facelifted Myvi. Additionally, potential owners of the Axia might be enticed with the introduction of its accessories range, dubbed GearUp.
GALLERY: Perodua Axia Standard G
GALLERY: Perodua Axia Advance