Perodua curently exports to 5 countries, Singapore, Mauritius, Brunei, Sri Lanka and Fiji. The National carmakers also export the Myvi to Indonesia as the Daihatsu Sirion (under the Daihatsu badge).
The trade to Brunei has already been established in 1996 with the Perodua Kancil. Approximately 2,300 units have been shipped to the Kingdom of Brunei, from 1996 until 2015.
Perodua MyVi 1.5SE was refreshed in January 2015 and took on a fresh front bumper with foglights, along with projector headlights with DRLs. Looking at the side, there’s a chrome-finish moulding and chrome door handles. From the rear, the MyVI SE gets reflectors on the bumper and a diffusor, along with LED lights and a spoiler. Dimensions-wise, the MyVI SE has a 10 mm shorter wheelbase compared to the other versions.
Perodua’s President and CEO Dato’Aminar Rashid commented, “This is a major step forward for Perodua to strengthen our brand presence in the region as we strive to become a player in ASEAN auto market in the years to come. We believe that there is demand for the MyVi and Alza 1.5SE models in this country is gradually growing.”
The Perodua Myvi and Alza were launched by Brunei Minister of Communications, Dato Paduka Awang Haji Mustappa bin Haji Sirat, Pehin Kapitan Lela Diraja Dato Paduka Goh, Aminar and Kurinami Takamasa, Perodua Executive Director. “Both the Myvi 1.5SE and the Alza 1.5SE made a debut at the Brunei Motoring BN – Auto Show 2016 and their on-the-road price is expected to be unveiled at our showroom,” GHK Motors Managing Director, Pehin Kapitan Lela Diraja Dato Paduka Goh King Chin said.
Perodua’s major distributor in Brunei is none other than GHK Motors.