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The 'Perodua Kenari is a small four-seat subcompact car or supermini car produced by Malaysian automotive company Perodua.

Perodua Viva

The Perodua Viva is a city car manufactured by Malaysian automaker Perodua since 10 May 2007. It was originally planned to be the replacement of Perodua's current city cars - the Perodua Kancil and the Perodua Kelisa.

Perodua Rusa

The Perodua Rusa is a microvan manufactured by Malaysian automaker Perodua, and based on the Daihatsu Zebra and Daihatsu Hijet Maxx.