We are pretty sure most of you out there have bought an item or two (or in this writer's case, ten) during the whole Movement Control Order (MCO) period.
If you're actively looking for something to buy because your hands are itchy, well, good news for you: Perodua has just reduced the prices for some of their cars.
A pre-sale sale
The local carmaker announced on Tuesday (9 June) that they will be reducing the prices of some of its models by between three to six per cent
The price deduction will be made via cash rebates starting Wednesday (10 June) until Sunday (14 June).
But worry not, though; the new, after discount prices will remain until the end of the year.
Treat Perodua's cash rebate as a member's only, pre-sale offer before the government's 100 per cent sales tax
plan officially kicks in on 15 June.
Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad, president and CEO of Perodua, said in a statement quoted by automotive site Paultan
that the carmaker wants Malaysians to take the opportunity to own a Perodua "without worrying about being left out".
On 5 June, Prime Minister Muhyiddin announced that the government will be introducing a tax break on vehicle sales of up to 100 per cent on locally-assembled (CKD) models and 50 per cent on fully-imported (CBU) models.
So, if you're in the market for a brand new car, take a look at Perodua; who knows they have an offer you can't resist?