How many cars did Mitsubishi Malaysia sell in 2021?

How many cars did Mitsubishi Malaysia sell in 2021?

KUALA LUMPUR: Today Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) released its 2021 sales report and the figures paint an impressive picture of the Japanese brand.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How many cars did MMM sold in FY2021?

    In FY2021, MMM sold a total of 19,217 cars, compared to the same period last year it accounts for a 66 percent growth.
  • Which is MMM's best selling model for FY2021?

    Mitsubishi Xpander leads the sales for the brand with a total of 9,420 units sold in 2021.
  • Mitsubishi Malaysia FY2021 sales report detail

    After two years of dullness due to the pandemic, 2021 proved to be a pretty fruitful year for the automaker. On this the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Shinya Ikeda said, “In general, the past two years have been tough on the automotive industry, not only with the rising cases of Omicron but floods that affected the Klang Valley and East Coast region, as well as parts or chips shortage. There were many hurdles for the industry to overcome, thus for our sales performance to grow is a significant triumph for us. We take this chance to thank the Malaysian government for initiating and extending the SST exemption these last couple of years. With this, our customers could enjoy extra savings while it also gives us the time to fulfill all booking orders made. ”

    Mitsubishi Malaysia FY2021 sales report

    In FY2021, MMM sold a total of 19,217 cars, compared to the same period last year it accounts for a 66 percent growth. Thus, putting Mitsubishi Malaysia in the top-three spots of best performing non-national automotive category.

    Which Mitsubishi model contributed the most to the FY2021 sales?

    Mitsubishi Xpander sales

    Mitsubishi Xpander leads the sales for the brand with a total of 9,420 units sold in 2021. Thus contributing to 47.2 percent of the company’s overall sales. Also, the Xpander like before continues to dominate the non-national MPV segment in Malaysia.

    As for the Triton pick-up, a total of 9,420 units were sold last year, so that is a 24 percent hike over 2020. As for its overall market share, the Mitsubishi pick-up maintained solid ground with a share close to 21.4 percent.

    Mitsubishi Triton sales

    On the company’s growth, Mr Ikeda added, “The company will continue to charge forward with strong momentum for 2022. We are aware that a large number of our customers aim to purchase their cars before the SST exemption expires by end of June. We are continuing our best efforts to meet the booking numbers, and we have already increased our production capacity while maintaining a high level of product quality. Our customers are the ones that put us here, thus providing them with utmost convenience and confidence towards the brand is our utmost priority.”

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