MALAYSIA’S HIGH CLASS YET AFFORDABLE AUTOMOMOBILES
When it comes to choosing car manufacturers, Malaysia is not to be considered. Yet, its car industry hugely contributed to the country’s good fortune. Malaysian automobiles may not be known internationally, yet some of its top manufacturers Bufori, Perodua, NAM, and Proton are to be considered on top.
Top Car Manufacturers in Malaysia
Malaysia’s Statement of Pride, Bufori is a motor car company. It’s one of the country’s luxurious manufacturers. It’s even included among Asia’s ulta-rich item. Bufori has seen joining worldwide competitions like the Macau International Motor Show.
Its known models include the Bufori Geneva (four-door luxury limousine), La Joya (two-seat coupe), and Madison (two-seat convertible).
Another country’s pride is Perodua. It is the Malaysian’s favorite car because of its added class and sporty look. It is also customized into a more space efficient, safer, more secured, and more improved vehicle. These features made Perodua the suggested ride for first time drivers.
Its known models include the Perodua Axia, Myvi (bestselling car), and Kenari (four-seat subcompact car).
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Naza Automotive Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (NAM) is another Malaysia’s boasting product. It is the country’s largest automotive company. It even distributes vehicles in parts of Jakarta, Bangkok, and Kuala Lumpur.
Its known models include the Naza Kia Sportage (a crossover), Peugeot 308 GTi (a compact luxury sports car), and Kia Rio (an award-winning sports vehicle).
Proton completes the list of top Malaysian cars. It is the country’s most affordable ride, which received the “Malaysia Best Employer Brand Awards 2016” title.
Its known models include the Proton Persona (best compact car), Iriz (2016 Best ASEAN Car), and Perdana (best local designed car).
With its prestigious achievements, there’s no doubt Malaysian cars are to be considered one of the world’s top producing rides. Malaysians benefit a lot from the beauty and affordability of its best-selling manufacturers Bufori, Perodua, NAM, and Proton.