In conjunction with Teacher’s day on the 16th of May, Perodua is introducing a package to thank and celebrate the country’s educators, tasked with educating the future movers and shakers of Malaysia.

The package, called “Terima Kasih Cikgu” offers a rebate of RM1,000, a personal accident insurance plan worth RM20,000 and highly competitive hire purchase rates from as low as 2.7% for participating banks.

Regarding this promotion, Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh said, “This package is our way of giving back to society’s unsung heroes and their selfless dedication in educating our young – from all of us at Perodua; Thank You”.

“Along with the 3 years free service, we believe that this package offers the best value-for-money proposition on the overall motoring experience,” he added.

The promotion is valid for all Perodua variants including the S SeriesThis “Terima Kasih Cikgu” package will be offered from 16th May to 15th November 2013 and is valid for all Perodua variants including the S series. Those who place bookings on their vehicles between 16th and 31st May will be entitled to receive a RM200 petrol gift card (terms & conditions apply).

The promotion is open to all educators from both public and private institutions of learning. These institutions include those from the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Higher Education, The Ministry of Youth and Sports, community colleges, learning institutions under the Ministry of Rural and Regional development (such as KEMAS, TASKA and TABIKA) as well as other recognised learning institutions (terms & conditions apply)

For further information regarding Perodua cars or about the promotions that they offer, please visit your nearest Perodua showroom or visit the Perodua website at

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