New Zealand vehicles sales accelerated the speed in Q2 and is roaring towards a new all time record, the fourth in a series, High consumer confidence and low unemployment are sustaining the growth. Toyota consolidated the leadership.
New Zealand Vehicles Market in 2015 hit a new all time record, the third in a row, improving sales by 6% and keeping its position of World's 49th. The market leader was again Toyota with Ford Ranger best-selling model.
New Zealand new cars market was shy in the third quarter 2015. However the annual speed is still the best ever. Ford Ranger leadership is solid and followed by the Toyota's Hilux and Corolla. Mazda shines.
New Zealand Light Vehicle Sales at record Q1 with a wonderful +17% over the last year record. On top of the list, three models are fighting for the leadership with Toyota Corolla followed by Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux.
In 2014 New Zealand Vehicles Market hit the New All-time record sales, entering in the Top 50 Global car market ranking. After 32 years, Toyota Hilux lost LCVs leadership overtaken by the Ford Rangers.
New Zealand Vehicle Market scored in September the 34th year on year increase and runs towards a new all-time record. While the market leader is losing share, Holden is booming volumes. All statistics on Brands, Groups & Models.
A phenomenal June for New Zealand car market, LCVs pump up sales with the highest performance since '80. As effect of strong demand for light commercial vehicles, the two top selling models for the month of June were Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger.
New Zealand Car Market runs to a new record and in April 2014 rose 8%, the highest performance in this month ever. This market posted its record in 2013 but it is likely to hit again advancing in the World ranking from the actual 5ast place.
December 2013 reported a new double digit increase with New Zealand car market at new all-time record volume following 25th consecutive growing month. Volkswagen was voted the Brand of the Year ahead of Holden and Isuzu. Ford Ranger the Model of the Year.
November 2013 was the third whopping month and the 24th year-on-year increase in a row, with cumulated data at November already ahead at full year 2012. This year will be the best ever with great advantage for the three market leaders, Toyota, Ford and Holden.
October 2013 was again up keeping live a growing string now near to the end of second year. October figures were up 16.5% reinforcing the year to date performance, now positive by 12.4% from last year with 2013 running to the new all-time record. Toyota shines.