Published on April 15th, 2019 | by Subhash Nair0
Singapore Gets the New Myvi for SGD65K-SGD70K
Perodua has officially started exporting and selling the 3rd-generation Myvi in Singapore. They launched the vehicle there on Saturday (13th April 2019) with their sole authorised Singaporean distributor, Perocom Auto. This Myvi was launched locally in late 2017 and has sold over 110,000 units since then.
Singapore will be the new Myvi’s first export destination. Perodua already exports these to Indonesia, but they are sold as the Daihatsu Sirion there.
Only 2 options are being offered, the Myvi 1.3
The Myvi 1.3 X AT comes with these key features.
- Auto Start Stop
- 4 Airbags (front and side for front occupants)
- Steering-mounted audio controls
- Front parking sensors
- Hill Start Assist
- Folding Wing Mirrors
- Bluetooth Audio
- Keyless entry and push to start
The Myvi 1.5 H AT adds these:
- 1.5L Dual
- Goodyear Assurance Triplemax tyres
- 15″ 5 double spoke dual tone alloy rims
- Built-in Toll Reader
This means the base model Myvi 1.3 G MT and AT as well as the full-spec Myvi 1.5 Advance AT models are not being offered there.
For more information on the new Myvi and Perocom, check out the press release below.
The third-generation Perodua Myvi has been officially launched in
Singapore. Two variants are available, 1.3 X AT and 1.5
The launch event was held last Saturday at Perocom Auto Pte Ltd’s outlet in Ubi, attracting some 250 customers.
“The current-generation Myvi’s foray into Singapore is significant in terms of brand presence despite the high barriers for entry into this mature market. This also marks the model’s first export destination under the Perodua brand,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.
Although Perodua has already begun exporting the current-generation Myvi to Indonesia, the model is badged as a Daihatsu there and is called the Sirion.
The number of new cars registered in Singapore varies a fair amount from year to year, numbering 80,281 units in 2018, 91,922 in 2017, 87,504 in 2016 and 57,589 in 2015, according to Land Transport Authority (LTA) statistics.
Although small, the Singaporean automotive market is among the most highly-regulated in the region.
“The Perodua Myvi has been very well received by Malaysians, and the enthusiasm has also found its way to Singapore, where there is a niche yet loyal cult following eagerly awaiting the arrival of the third-generation model,” said Perocom Auto Pte Ltd Managing Director Mr John Ng.
Launched in its home market of Malaysia in November 2017, the third-generation Perodua
It is also among the most independently-designed vehicles in Perodua’s history, with an