Australia Best selling cars ranking in 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. The best sedan was the Toyota Corolla, only third.
Australia Best selling cars 2016 was the Toyota Hilux, emerged on top thanks to he last quarter rush, overtaking the traditional leader, the Toyota Corolla and the emerging compact Hyundai i30. Ford Ranger in fourth.
Australian Auto Sales in March shy. Reporting a little lost the market has broken the winning series after 15 months. Hyundai defended the third place doubling sales of the i30, jumped on top of models ranking.
Australia auto industry in 2016 starts growing again albeit falling commodities prices. Mazda roars hitting the record share with the Mazda3 leader in the models list. Toyota and Holden starter slow while Nissan fast.
Australian new vehicle market keeps the pace in July and August and a new all time record is now in the air following 8 months of growth. Hyundai outpaced Holden in the podium while Ford sales were down.
Australia Cars Market in June hits the new all time best at 125.850 units while the signage of a strategic agreement between Australian and Chinese government will open doors to Chinese brands invasion. Hyundai i30 was the new best-selling model.
2014 Australian Vehicle Market ends flat while Corolla beats Mazda3 at the end of an entire year of battle and despite Mazda3 was ahead in the last quarter. Just two years after the landing, the European Opel quite the market.
Corolla & Mazda3 rush for leadership into Australian best-selling cars when only one month stands in front of the two competitors.The Market was down in November and the options for a new all-time record are over.
Peugeot & Renault are invading the Australian Vehicle Market and in October performed a strong sales increase gaining terrain in the battle-field. However, Toyota was again on top of the list with a wide gap over Hyundai.
Australian Auto Market in September welcomed Jeep in top 10 first time ever thanks to huge success of last generation of the Grand Cherokee and the booming SUVs trend. Mazda3 was back on top of the list in a little growing month.
Australian Vehicle Sales decelerated in August with volume down 5% from the correspondent month last year. Mazda dropped over 28 percent, followed by Holden and Toyota, all in bad shape. Hyundai advanced in third place.
Australian Vehicle Market is ready for a year-end rush. Following a first half down two points from year ago, July sales have been flat compared to 2013 keeping the market in line with a potential new record, achievable with a strong year end.