Australia Best selling cars April. The top 100 models

Australia Best selling cars Mazda-CX-9-2016

Australia Best selling cars ranking in the first four months of the 2017 was again led by the Toyota Hilux, confirming the great score reported last year, ahead of the other pick up, the Ford Ranger, while top sedan are declining

Starting with the second half 2016, the traditional duel on top of the Australian best-selling vehicles is changed.

Indeed, while in the recent years the two fighters were the compact Toyota Corolla and Mazda3, in these last months two pick ups, the Toyota Hilux and the Ford Ranger,  have taken the scene.

This has impacted already the final full 2016 ranking, with the Hilux taking the leadership of the market during the Q4 continued in the first months of this year.

Indeed, after the first four months of 2017, the best-selling model has been the Toyota Hilux with 13.763 sales (+6.8%) followed by the Ford Ranger was fourth with 12.518 units (+13.7%), the Toyota Corolla with 12.464 (-2.5%), the Mazda3 with 11.968 (-6.0%) and the Hyundai i30, fifth with 8.383 (–33.8%).

Behind the Mazda CX-5 with 8.138 units (+3.9%) followed by the Mitsubishi Triton with 7.199 sales (-4.6%), the Holden Commodore with 7.048 units (-12.3%), the Hyundai Tucson with 6.960 (+7.3%) and in 10th place the Holden Colorado with 6.490 sales (+14.1%).

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales YTD April 17 Sales YTD April 16 Variation YTD Apr
1 1 Toyota Hilux 13.763 12.883 6,8%
2 5 Ford Ranger 12.518 11.006 13,7%
3 2 Toyota Corolla 12.464 12.784 -2,5%
4 3 Mazda3 11.968 12.733 -6,0%
5 4 Hyundai i30 8.383 12.654 -33,8%
6 7 Mazda CX-5 8.139 7.833 3,9%
7 8 Mitsubishi Triton 7.199 7.547 -4,6%
8 6 Holden Commodore 7.048 8.040 -12,3%
9 10 Hyundai Tucson 6.960 6.485 7,3%
10 14 Holden Colorado 6.490 5.687 14,1%
11 13 Toyota RAV4 6.374 5.945 7,2%
12 15 Toyota Camry 6.274 5.410 16,0%
13 32 Kia Cerato 6.144 3.432 79,0%
14 12 Nissan X-Trail 5.769 5.948 -3,0%
15 11 Mazda CX-3 5.750 6.131 -6,2%
16 9 Volkswagen Golf 5.438 7.300 -25,5%
17 18 Nissan Navara 5.295 5.312 -0,3%
18 19 Toyota Prado 5.067 5.049 0,4%
19 16 Mitsubishi ASX 5.050 5.349 -5,6%
20 17 Hyundai Accent 4.996 5.334 -6,3%
21 21 Mazda BT-50 4.562 4.763 -4,2%
22 33 Mitsubishi Outlander 4.491 3.235 38,8%
23 34 Kia Sportage 4.386 3.133 40,0%
24 20 Isuzu D-Max 4.204 4.792 -12,3%
24 23 Subaru Forester 4.204 4.498 -6,5%
25 55 Subaru Impreza 4.049 1.871 116,4%
26 22 Mazda2 3.967 4.549 -12,8%
27 24 Nissan Qashqai 3.935 4.229 -7,0%
28 52 Mercedes C Class 3.928 1.998 96,6%
29 31 Toyota Land Cruiser 3.883 3.504 10,8%
30 28 Subaru Outback 3.850 3.748 2,7%
31 27 Honda HR-V 3.732 3.899 -4,3%
32 25 Toyota Yaris 3.729 4.131 -9,7%
33 137 Honda Civic 3.475 483 619,5%
34 26 Holden Captiva 3.471 3.998 -13,2%
35 93 Volkswagen Tiguan 3.406 955 256,6%
36 30 Toyota Kluger 3.384 3.618 -6,5%
37 43 Hyundai Santa fe 2.984 2.345 27,2%
38 134 Mazda CX-9 2.953 515 473,4%
39 35 Volkswagen Amarok 2.764 3.042 -9,1%
40 70 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2.751 1.536 79,1%
41 48 Holden Trax 2.500 2.102 18,9%
42 54 Ford Mustang 2.421 1.917 26,3%
43 49 Toyota Land Cruiser Ute 2.403 2.089 15,0%
44 135 Holden Astra 2.341 509 359,9%
45 40 Subaru XV 2.287 2.668 -14,3%
46 39 Mitsubishi Lancer 2.249 2.700 -16,7%
47 37 Honda Jazz 2.230 2.887 -22,8%
48 50 Toyota Hiace Van 2.188 2.049 6,8%
49 38 Volkswagen Polo 2.166 2.759 -21,5%
49 51 Ford Focus 2.166 2.014 7,5%
50 60 Hyundai iLoad 2.130 1.785 19,3%
51 63 Suzuki Vitara 2.070 1.715 20,7%
52 41 Honda CR-V 2.016 2.480 -18,7%
53 53 Hyundai Elantra 2.001 1.972 1,5%
54 44 Isuzu MU-X 1.956 2.283 -14,3%
55 59 Nissan Pathfinder 1.886 1.790 5,4%
56 47 Kia Rio 1.752 2.138 -18,1%
57 74 Land Rover Discovery Sport 1.724 1.432 20,4%
58 73 Kia Carnival 1.677 1.445 16,1%
59 42 Audi A3 1.636 2.443 -33,0%
60 78 Kia Sorento 1.580 1.303 21,3%
61 65 Mercedes A Class 1.568 1.629 -3,7%
62 45 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1.559 2.231 -30,1%
63 256 Ford Escape 1.428 13
64 70 Mitsubishi Pajero 1.393 1.536 -9,3%
65 57 Mercedes GLC 1.379 1.835 -24,9%
66 36 Suzuki Swift 1.338 2.985 -55,2%
67 46 Ford Territory 1.291 2.224 -42,0%
68 76 Isuzu N-Series (LD) 1.288 1.356 -5,0%
69 Toyota C-HR 1.242
70 99 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 1.229 889 38,2%
71 66 BMW X1 1.223 1.607 -23,9%
72 75 Audi Q3 1.213 1.413 -14,2%
73 77 Ford Everest 1.198 1.314 -8,8%
74 68 Mazda6 1.190 1.562 -23,8%
75 80 Mercedes CLA 1.172 1.165 0,6%
76 100 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 1.162 882 31,7%
77 79 Volkswagen Passat 1.158 1.258 -7,9%
78 64 BMW X5 1.155 1.706 -32,3%
79 85 Ford Mondeo 1.146 1.060 8,1%
80 Holden Utility 1.088
81 72 BMW X3 1.051 1.459 -27,9%
82 Suzuki Baleno 1.043
83 94 Mercedes GLE 1.005 943 6,6%
84 87 Lexus NX 1.000 1.024 -2,3%
84 105 Tesla Model S 1.000 840 19,0%
85 86 Mercedes GLA 986 1.028 -4,1%
86 183 Kia Picanto 985 177 456,5%
87 233 Holden Trailblazer 982 48 1945,8%
88 Suzuki Ignis 973
89 88 Isuzu N-Series (MD) 940 1.008 -6,7%
90 58 BMW 3 Series 914 1.831 -50,1%
91 104 BMW 2 Series 901 868 3,8%
92 56 Holden Barina 870 1.865 -53,4%
93 95 Porsche Macan 868 926 -6,3%
94 119 Toyota Aurion 865 617 40,2%
95 82 Audi Q7 861 1.128 -23,7%
96 164 Renault Koleos 815 280 191,1%
97 108 Subaru WRX 803 822 -2,3%
98 101 Audi A4 799 876 -8,8%
99 84 Subaru Liberty 782 1.071 -27,0%
100 133 Mercedes E Class 779 516 51,0%

 

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