Australia New Vehicles Sales moderately up in September

Australia New Vehicles Sales

Australia New Vehicles Sales moderately up in September while economic data are worsening. Among the best brands the Ford speed is really amazing while Mazda3 was back the best model.

Market Outlook

The Australian economy slowed substantially in the second quarter of the year. In Q2, GDP grew 0.5% quarter-on-quarter, less than half the mark achieved in Q1. The poor quarterly result came from lower private consumption and a negative contribution from the external sector.

Nevertheless, Q2’s result marked 25 years of growth without a recession. Early data for Q3 suggest a mild improvement over the previous quarter, with unemployment dropping to a new multi-year low of 5.6% and business confidence bouncing back to its long-term average in August.

The automotive industry keeps the moderate growing speed, navigating over the all time level sales and in September just confirmed the trend with a mild performance.

According to data released by the FCAI, the Federation of Australian Car Manufacturers, the vehicles sold last month had been 102.696, +1.4%. Year to date figures had been 883.159, up 2.4%

Competive Arena

In the last month Toyota led the market selling 16.716 vehicles (+0.7%) with 16.7% of market share. Mazda was second with 12.009 units (+10.5%) ahead of Hyundai with 9.318 (+0.1%), Holden with 8.564 (-8.2%), Ford with 7.280 (+25.0%) and Mitsubishi with 6.701 (-3.4%) .

Nissan was seventh with 5.177 sales (-1.2%) followed by Volkswagen with 4.380 (-14.5%), Subaru with 4.050 (+11.8%) and in 10th place Honda with 3.783 (+5.2%).

As far as the Car Groups performance, Toyota Group was on top with 17.0% of market share, ahead of Hyundai-Kia with 12.7%, Mazda with 11.7% and General Motors with 8.3%.

As far as the best-selling models performance, the Mazda 3 was back on top of the list after several months with 3.491 sales (+30.6%) just over the annual leader, the Toyota Corolla, with 3.243 sales (+6.3%) and the best pick up, the Toyota Hilux, with 3.209 (+64.1%).

In fourth place the Ford Ranger with 2.903 (+38.5%)  followed by the Hyundai i30 with 2.741 (+30.6%), the Mazda CX-5 with 2.662 (+34.4%) and the Holden Commodore with 2.366 units (+10.4%).

To see the best-selling models ranking with top 100 models, read the report we dedicated.

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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 SeptRank 2016BrandSales SeptSales 2016Var SeptVar 2016Share SeptShare 2016
11Toyota16.716155.1750,7%4,1%16,7%17,9%
22Mazda12.00990.70010,5%5,5%12,0%10,5%
33Hyundai9.31977.8080,1%0,5%9,3%9,0%
44Holden8.56471.312-8,2%-7,2%8,5%8,2%
55Ford7.28061.40625,0%18,3%7,3%7,1%
66Mitsubishi6.70155.514-3,4%3,6%6,7%6,4%
77Nissan5.17749.870-1,2%4,2%5,2%5,7%
88Volkswagen4.38042.275-14,5%-9,8%4,4%4,9%
99Subaru4.05034.82911,8%8,9%4,0%4,0%
1012Honda3.78329.7045,2%-2,5%3,8%3,4%
1110Kia3.68732.23822,8%27,3%3,7%3,7%
1211Mercedes3.56530.7215,4%12,6%3,6%3,5%
1313BMW2.42322.5470,6%17,1%2,4%2,6%
1414Audi2.07418.1751,3%6,6%2,1%2,1%
1515Isuzu1.99216.945-1,7%10,4%2,0%2,0%
1616Suzuki1.66014.8261,9%1,2%1,7%1,7%
1719Renault1.0427.3933,5%-15,0%1,0%0,9%
1817Land Rover1.03810.6653,1%26,2%1,0%1,2%
1918Jeep9329.749-56,6%-51,4%0,9%1,1%
2020Lexus7007.0183,6%6,6%0,7%0,8%
2122Porsche5523.81713,3%14,1%0,6%0,4%
2221Volvo4864.5308,2%25,2%0,5%0,5%
2323Skoda3803.407-17,0%-4,6%0,4%0,4%
2424Mini3592.88818,1%14,6%0,4%0,3%
2527Jaguar3232.18890,0%172,1%0,3%0,3%
2626Fiat3142.618-27,1%-39,8%0,3%0,3%
2725Peugeot2062.691-8,4%-16,5%0,2%0,3%
2828LDV1211.17072,9%146,8%0,1%0,1%
2931Infiniti10057881,8%40,0%0,1%0,1%
3029Citroen727612,9%-15,4%0,1%0,1%
3130Foton67721-4,3%-13,5%0,1%0,1%
3232Alfa Romeo52567-67,3%-56,5%0,1%0,1%
3333Maserati46563-22,0%36,7%0,1%
3434Chrysler33380-55,4%-48,3%
3536SsangYong24332-60,0%-59,4%
3640Bentley2111010,5%22,1%
3735Dodge19336-76,5%-66,1%
3837Ram17206
3941Lamborghini1010166,7%21,7%
3939Ferrari10131-28,6%-3,0%
4038Proton9154-35,7%-52,8%
4142Aston Martin788-12,5%-8,3%
4243McLaren55525,0%136,1%
4344Rolls-Royce42433,3%1,7%
4346Chery416-55,6%-90,8%
4448Morgan14-66,7%-77,9%
4449Caterham12

Rank SeptRank 2016GroupSales SeptSales 2016Var SeptVar 2016Share SeptShare 2016
11Toyota17.416162.1930,8%4,2%17,0%18,3%
22Hyundai-Kia13.006110.0465,6%7,1%12,7%12,4%
33Mazda12.00990.70010,5%5,5%11,7%10,2%
44General Motors8.56471.312-8,2%-7,2%8,3%8,1%
55Volkswagen7.41767.885-8,9%-4,4%7,2%7,7%
66Ford7.28061.40625,0%18,3%7,1%6,9%
78Mitsubishi6.70155.514-3,4%3,6%6,5%6,3%
87Renault-Nissan6.31957.8410,2%1,5%6,2%6,5%
99Fuji Heavy Industries4.05034.82911,8%8,9%3,9%3,9%
1011Honda3.78329.7045,2%-2,5%3,7%3,4%

Rank SeptRank 2016ModelSales SeptSales 2016Var SeptVar 2016Share SeptShare 2016
14Mazda33.49127.89830,6%-5,5%3,7%3,2%
22Toyota Corolla3.24330.7686,3%-3,6%3,4%3,5%
31Toyota Hilux3.20930.82764,1%21,8%3,4%3,6%
45Ford Ranger2.90326.94038,5%30,0%3,1%3,1%
53Hyundai i302.74129.67830,6%18,1%2,9%3,4%
67Mazda CX-52.66219.09034,4%0,4%2,8%2,2%
76Holden Commodore2.36619.54110,4%-8,2%2,5%2,3%
88Mitsubishi Triton2.24617.33812,8%-13,1%2,4%2,0%
911Hyundai Tucson2.20914.969#DIV/0!#DIV/0!2,3%1,7%
109Toyota Camry2.00816.543-4,2%-3,6%2,1%1,9%

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