New Zealand June. Running towards new records

New Zealand vehicles sales Toyota-Highlander-2017

New Zealand vehicles sales accelerated the speed in Q2 and 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 economy has entered a mature stage in the economic cycle. The economy expanded 0.5% on a quarter-on-quarter basis in the January-to-March period, slightly above the preceding quarter’s reading. The primary sector expanded solidly thanks to a recovery in the dairy sector and the quarterly downturn in construction and transportation is expected to be temporary. Likewise, other indicators from Q1 signal that the economy remains in good shape and suggest that healthy growth dynamics are set to continue. In the first quarter, the unemployment rate dropped below 5.0%, retail sales expanded solidly and consumers remain optimistic about the country’s economic outlook.

The automotive industry in the 2016 has scored the new record volume, very close to 150.000 units (including HCVs), hitting the third record in a row and is projected to a new record this year as well

According to data released by the M.I.A., the Motor Industry Association of New Zealand, the start of the year was moderately positive with first quarter total vehicles sales at 39.476 (+5.6%). Then market grew 7% in April, 17.5% in May and 16.7% in June.

First half sales have been 79.227, up a huge 14.6%.

Toyota consolidated the leadership with 13.846 sales (+19.5%) ahead of Ford with 8.863 sales (+7.6%), Holden with 7.132 (+14.6%), Mazda with 6.021 (+10.7%) and Mitsubishi with 5.633 units (+24.6%).

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 Jun Rank 2017 Brand Sales I Half Sales Jun Var I Half Var Jun 17 Share Jun Share I Half
1 1 Toyota 13.846 3.310 19,5% 24,2% 20,7% 17,5%
2 2 Ford 8.863 1.689 7,6% 14,3% 10,6% 11,2%
3 3 Holden 7.132 1.352 14,6% 6,1% 8,5% 9,0%
4 4 Mazda 6.021 1.142 10,7% 11,4% 7,1% 7,6%
5 5 Mitsubishi 5.633 1.133 24,6% 26,9% 7,1% 7,1%
6 6 Hyundai 4.342 913 3,2% -2,2% 5,7% 5,5%
9 7 Nissan 4.105 652 0,4% -5,1% 4,1% 5,2%
7 8 Suzuki 3.838 683 43,7% 37,7% 4,3% 4,8%
10 9 Kia 3.414 626 37,3% 13,2% 3,9% 4,3%
8 10 Volkswagen 3.147 662 23,8% 35,7% 4,1% 4,0%
12 11 Honda 2.203 440 17,7% 4,8% 2,8% 2,8%
11 12 Isuzu 2.109 501 15,0% 19,6% 3,1% 2,7%
14 13 Mercedes 1.748 365 16,2% 29,0% 2,3% 2,2%
13 14 Subaru 1.663 387 23,8% 84,3% 2,4% 2,1%
15 15 Audi 1.088 190 18,5% 14,5% 1,2% 1,4%
16 16 BMW 1.008 163 4,6% 32,5% 1,0% 1,3%
18 17 SsangYong 787 128 -30,4% -48,2% 0,8% 1,0%
17 18 Skoda 640 154 -7,2% 9,2% 1,0% 0,8%
20 19 Land Rover 629 123 -13,2% 19,4% 0,8% 0,8%
19 20 LDV 604 127 32,2% 51,2% 0,8% 0,8%
19 21 Jeep 597 127 7,8% 42,7% 0,8% 0,8%
22 22 Fiat 546 93 8,5% 32,9% 0,6% 0,7%
24 23 Volvo 512 80 13,3% 11,1% 0,5% 0,6%
21 24 Foton 409 119 46,6% 213,2% 0,7% 0,5%
23 25 Fuso 349 86 0,5% 0,4%
25 26 Mini 348 73 22,1% 65,9% 0,5% 0,4%
28 27 Lexus 339 60 2,4% 9,1% 0,4% 0,4%
26 28 Peugeot 320 68 -28,4% -20,9% 0,4% 0,4%
27 29 Hino 314 65 -0,3% -11,0% 0,4% 0,4%
32 30 Porsche 208 29 -20,9% -31,0% 0,2% 0,3%
29 31 Renault 178 39 67,9% 143,8% 0,2% 0,2%
34 32 Jaguar 167 26 2,5% -7,1% 0,2% 0,2%
31 33 Dodge 163 31 -28,8% -46,6% 0,2% 0,2%
40 34 Mitsubishi Fuso 153 12 -34,1% -66,7% 0,1% 0,2%
36 35 Scania 152 22 105,4% 175,0% 0,1% 0,2%
30 36 DAF 133 32 29,1% 300,0% 0,2% 0,2%
44 37 FACTORY BUILT 130 6 -2,3% -93,4% 0,0% 0,2%
38 38 UD Trucks 125 19 7,8% 0,0% 0,1% 0,2%
35 39 Iveco 117 24 30,0% 100,0% 0,2% 0,1%
35 40 Kenworth 111 24 19,4% 242,9% 0,2% 0,1%
30 41 Tesla 105 32 854,5% 3100,0% 0,2% 0,1%
33 42 Citroen 101 28 -26,3% -20,0% 0,2% 0,1%
34 43 Great Wall 92 26 513,3% #DIV/0! 0,2% 0,1%
41 43 Maserati 92 10 130,0% 233,3% 0,1% 0,1%
39 44 Man 88 16 -9,3% 14,3% 0,1% 0,1%
37 45 Alfa Romeo 65 21 -22,6% 250,0% 0,1% 0,1%
42 46 Mahindra 57 9 -21,9% -59,1% 0,1% 0,1%
46 47 YAMAHA 41 4 -10,9% -55,6% 0,0% 0,1%
47 48 Infiniti 38 3
46 49 Aston Martin 36 4
44 50 Ram 32 6
42 51 Mack 31 9
43 52 Freightliner 26 7
43 53 ALEXANDER DENNIS 24 7
54 BCI 23
48 54 Bentley 23 2
45 55 Ferrari 17 5
48 55 Can-am 17 2
50 56 McLaren 14
49 57 Lamborghini 13 1
48 58 Chrysler 12 2
47 58 International 12 3
50 59 Higer 11
47 60 Western Star 10 3
61 Sinotruck 9
50 62 King Long 6
46 62 Other 6 4
63 Chevrolet 4
48 63 LIEBHERR 4 2
48 63 Rolls-Royce 4 2
50 64 Piaggio 3
50 64 Grove 3
64 YOUNGMAN 3
50 65 Lotus 2
65 REWACO 2
65 Chery 2
65 Cadillac 2
49 66 Jac 1 1
49 66 Dennis Eagle 1 1
66 Caterpillar 1
66 BYD 1
66 DESIGNLINE 1
50 66 MG 1

Rank Jun Rank 2017 Group Sales I Half Sales Jun Var I Half Var Jun 17 Share Jun Share I Half
1 1 Toyota 14.499 3.435 18,5% 22,9% 21,5% 18,3%
2 2 Renault-Nissan 9.954 1.827 14,2% 14,5% 11,4% 12,6%
3 3 Ford 8.863 1.689 7,6% 14,3% 10,6% 11,2%
4 4 Hyundai-Kia 7.756 1.539 15,9% 3,5% 9,6% 9,8%
5 5 General Motors 7.138 1.352 14,7% 6,1% 8,5% 9,0%
6 6 Mazda 6.021 1.142 10,7% 11,4% 7,1% 7,6%
7 7 Volkswagen 5.359 1.076 16,1% 24,4% 6,7% 6,8%
8 8 Suzuki 3.838 683 43,7% 37,7% 4,3% 4,8%
10 9 Mercedes D. 2.250 463 29,6% 45,1% 2,9% 2,8%
11 10 Honda 2.203 440 17,7% 4,8% 2,8% 2,8%

Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Model Sales I Half 2017 Sales June Variation I Half 2017 Variation June
1 1 Ford Ranger 4.980 1.178 24,4% 40,9%
2 2 Toyota Hilux 4.074 964 24,8% 18,9%
3 4 Holden Colorado 2.388 650 34,2% 58,5%
4 3 Toyota Corolla 2.337 508 12,5% 64,4%
5 5 Mitsubishi Triton 2.132 466 26,8% 42,1%
6 6 Toyota RAV4 2.005 412 22,5% 4,0%
7 9 Kia Sportage 1.817 297 32,6% -6,0%
8 7 Nissan Navara 1.708 289 13,2% -4,6%
9 8 Mazda CX-5 1.563 309 10,8% 32,1%
10 11 Toyota Hiace 1.552 306 21,7% 10,9%
11 26 Mitsubishi Outlander 1.476 314 85,0% 61,0%
12 14 Isuzu D-Max 1.374 335 19,0% 16,7%
13 10 Suzuki Swift 1.295 296 -0,6% 15,6%
14 17 Toyota Highlander 1.245 451 15,2% 8,9%
15 20 Holden Captiva 1.233 182 39,8% -27,5%
16 57 Volkswagen Tiguan 1.228 192 264,4% 241,8%
17 15 Hyundai Tucson 1.190 225 4,9% -4,7%
18 12 Holden Commodore 1.171 227 -7,6% 0,0%
19 13 Mazda3 1.053 278 -12,6% 0,0%
20 23 Mazda BT-50 1.046 202 21,2% 10,4%
21 16 Hyundai Santa fe 1.023 228 -9,6% -18,0%
22 19 Mitsubishi ASX 1.018 177 15,2% -4,8%
23 24 Toyota Yaris 948 217 11,0% 44,7%
24 21 Honda Jazz 896 185 3,0% 0,0%
25 18 Nissan Qashqai 886 129 -2,3% 0,0%

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