New Zealand Auto September Sales at record speed

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New Zealand Auto September Sales at record speed again in double-digit fueled by a robust domestic demand. Holden ranked second while Nissan advanced one spot with an amazing score.

Market Outlook

A strengthening labor market, accommodative credit conditions and net wealth gains suggest that domestic demand remains strong in the second half of the year. In September, the business confidence index rose to an over one-year high, adding to the list of indicators such as consumer confidence whose performance suggests that the economy remains on a solid footing in Q3.

Meantime,the cars sales kept the momentum in September with a sharp increase. It was the 14th growth in a row.

Indeed, according to data released by the M.I.A., the Motor Industry Association of New Zealand, the total vehicles sales in September had been 13.865, up 13.4%.

The total new vehicles sold year to date September had been 108.163, up 10.4%.

Competitive Arena

Market leader in September was, of course, Toyota with 2.422 (+4.5%) with market share at 17.5%, followed by Holden with 1.636 units (+16.7%), Ford with 1.454 sales (+0.3%), Mazda with 1.075 (+9.6%) and Mitsubishi with 919 (+10.9%). In sixth place Nissan with 818 sales (+30.9%), followed by Hyundai with 805 (+8.9%).

Toyota dominated the performance by group with market share at 18.4%, followed by General Motors with 11.8%, Ford with 10.5%, Hyundai-Kia with 9.4% and Mazda with 7.7%.

The Ford Ranger confirmed the first position among the best-selling models with 761 (+2.4%) followed by the Toyota Hilux with 554 (-4.2%), the Toyota Corolla  with 481 (-30.0%),  the Holden Colorado with 422 (+31.9%) and the Hyundai Tucson with 345.

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 report year to date data updated.

Rank Sept Rank 2016 Brand Sales Sept Sales 2016 Var Sept Var 2016 Share Sept Share 2016
1 1 Toyota 2.422 18.514 4,50% 1,80% 17,50% 17,10%
2 3 Holden 1.636 9.888 16,70% -4,40% 11,80% 9,10%
3 2 Ford 1.454 12.703 0,30% 25,00% 10,50% 11,70%
4 4 Mazda 1.075 8.353 9,60% 11,00% 7,80% 7,70%
5 5 Mitsubishi 919 6.680 10,90% 5,90% 6,60% 6,20%
6 7 Nissan 818 6.354 30,90% 5,50% 5,90% 5,90%
7 6 Hyundai 805 6.389 8,90% -2,00% 5,80% 5,90%
8 9 Suzuki 504 4.045 52,30% 22,10% 3,60% 3,70%
9 8 Kia 503 4.090 88,40% 67,80% 3,60% 3,80%
10 10 Volkswagen 499 3.863 16,90% -5,30% 3,60% 3,60%
11 12 Honda 395 3.014 11,90% 4,30% 2,80% 2,80%
12 13 Isuzu 346 2.903 16,90% 24,80% 2,50% 2,70%
13 14 Mercedes 317 2.462 1,60% 18,70% 2,30% 2,30%
14 11 Subaru 214 3.405 -17,10% 92,60% 1,50% 3,10%
15 15 SsangYong 207 1.616 25,50% 0,60% 1,50% 1,50%
16 16 BMW 161 1.384 -11,50% -4,70% 1,20% 1,30%
17 19 Jeep 155 980 18,30% -9,90% 1,10% 0,90%
17 17 Audi 155 1.360 -17,10% -6,50% 1,10% 1,30%
18 21 Fiat 151 837 -26,70% -14,20% 1,10% 0,80%
19 18 Land Rover 100 1.007 31,60% 25,20% 0,70% 0,90%
20 23 Peugeot 72 643 30,90% 6,60% 0,50% 0,60%
20 28 Foton 72 422 35,80% 9,00% 0,50% 0,40%
21 22 LDV 70 649 159,30% 167,10% 0,50% 0,60%
22 25 Lexus 68 494 19,30% 4,40% 0,50% 0,50%
23 20 Skoda 66 937 -18,50% 18,30% 0,50% 0,90%
24 24 Hino 61 515 24,50% 2,00% 0,40% 0,50%
24 27 Mini 61 435 -3,20% -7,40% 0,40% 0,40%
25 29 Mitsubishi Fuso 58 386 -30,10% -21,40% 0,40% 0,40%
26 34 Renault 54 185 285,70% -8,00% 0,40% 0,20%
27 31 Dodge 52 353 -49,00% -31,50% 0,40% 0,30%
28 26 Volvo 51 475 -8,90% 36,90% 0,40% 0,40%
29 32 Jaguar 36 270 140,00% 97,10% 0,30% 0,20%
30 30 Porsche 33 364 6,50% -5,90% 0,20% 0,30%
31 38 Man 29 156 190,00% 11,40% 0,20% 0,10%
32 42 Scania 25 111 0,20% 0,10%
32 39 Iveco 25 136 400,00% 61,90% 0,20% 0,10%
33 37 DAF 24 163 26,30% -4,70% 0,20% 0,20%
34 35 UD Trucks 20 180 -20,00% -7,70% 0,10% 0,20%
35 44 Great Wall 18 77 0,00% -79,70% 0,10% 0,10%
35 40 Mahindra 18 133 350,00% -17,90% 0,10% 0,10%
36 40 Kenworth 17 133 -15,00% -2,20% 0,10% 0,10%
37 36 Volvo Truck 16 168 0,00% 16,70% 0,10% 0,20%
38 33 Citroen 15 191 -6,30% 6,10% 0,10% 0,20%
39 41 Chery 9 122 -25,00% -22,80% 0,10% 0,10%
40 52 Lamborghini 7 20 600,00% 66,70% 0,10% 0,00%

Rank Sept Rank 2016 Group Sales Sept Sales 2016 Var Sept Var 2016 Share Sept Share 2016
1 1 Toyota 2.551 19.523 5,2% 1,9% 18,4% 18,0%
2 4 General Motors 1.636 9.889 16,7% -4,5% 11,8% 9,1%
3 2 Ford 1.454 12.703 0,3% 25,0% 10,5% 11,7%
4 3 Hyundai-Kia 1.308 10.479 30,0% 17,0% 9,4% 9,7%
5 5 Mazda 1.075 8.353 9,6% 11,0% 7,7% 7,7%
6 6 Mitsubishi 977 7.066 7,1% 4,0% 7,0% 6,5%
7 8 Renault-Nissan 872 6.539 36,5% 5,0% 6,3% 6,0%
8 7 Volkswagen 762 6.569 4,1% -2,7% 5,5% 6,1%
9 9 Suzuki 504 4.045 52,3% 22,1% 3,6% 3,7%
10 13 FCA 398 2.516 -14,4% -11,2% 2,9% 2,3%

Rank Sept Rank 2016 Model Sales Sept Sales 2016 Var Sept Var 2016 Share Sept Share 2016
1 1 Ford Ranger 761 6.409 2,4% 28,4% 10,5% 6,5%
2 2 Toyota Hilux 554 4.790 -4,2% 25,4% 7,6% 4,8%
3 3 Toyota Corolla 481 3.580 -30,0% -11,8% 6,6% 3,6%
4 4 Holden Colorado 422 2.770 31,9% 2,0% 5,8% 2,8%
5 12 Hyundai Tucson 345 1.900 4,7% 1,9%
6 6 Kia Sportage 288 2.331 193,9% 195,4% 4,0% 2,4%
7 5 Toyota RAV4 284 2.515 36,5% -0,7% 3,9% 2,5%
7 7 Nissan Navara 284 2.320 42,0% -7,5% 3,9% 2,3%
8 18 Holden Captiva 271 1.471 12,4% -15,4% 3,7% 1,5%
9 28 Toyota Camry 259 976 259,3% 50,5% 3,6% 1,0%
10 13 Holden Commodore 254 1.834 -29,8% -13,8% 3,5% 1,8%
11 17 Toyota Yaris 241 1.474 40,1% -14,7% 3,3% 1,5%
12 9 Mazda CX-5 235 2.118 11,9% 10,1% 3,2% 2,1%
13 10 Suzuki Swift 225 1.948 74,4% 13,1% 3,1% 2,0%
14 15 Isuzu D-Max 221 1.807 63,7% 57,1% 3,0% 1,8%
15 21 Nissan X-Trail 215 1.378 49,3% 25,2% 3,0% 1,4%
16 23 Mitsubishi Outlander 202 1.271 10,4% -12,6% 2,8% 1,3%
17 19 Mazda BT-50 192 1.393 74,5% 30,1% 2,6% 1,4%
17 14 Mazda3 192 1.832 -21,3% -1,9% 2,6% 1,8%
18 11 Toyota Hiace 175 1.914 -16,2% 1,8% 2,4% 1,9%
19 35 Volkswagen Tiguan 172 745 206,2% 47,4% 2,4% 0,8%
20 45 Mazda6 167 575 227,5% 25,3% 2,3% 0,6%
21 22 Nissan Qashqai 156 1.354 3,3% 13,5% 2,1% 1,4%
22 24 Holden Cruze 149 1.209 1,4% 0,2% 2,0% 1,2%
23 16 Hyundai Santa fe 146 1.597 -23,6% -1,5% 2,0% 1,6%
24 27 Mazda CX-3 145 986 -3,3% 52,6% 2,0% 1,0%
25 55 Fiat Ducato 137 502 200,5% 22,3% 1,9% 0,5%
26 20 Toyota Highlander 106 1.387 -45,4% -2,9% 1,5% 1,4%

 

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