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July 2013 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1 Toyota 17,433
2 Holden 10,137
3 Mazda 8,525
4 Hyundai 8,009
5 Ford 6,733
6 Mitsubishi 5,655
7 Nissan 5,074
8 Volkswagen 3,705
9 Subaru 3,102
10 Honda 2,746
11 Kia 2,410
12 Mercedes-Benz 1,952
13 Jeep 1,765
14 BMW 1,713
15 Suzuki 1,518
16 Audi 1,325
17 Isuzu 855
18 Land Rover 780
19 Renault 607
20 Lexus 564
21 Fiat 468
22 Volvo 427
23 Great Wall 381
24 Alfa Romeo 320
25 Skoda 308
26 Peugeot 280
27 MINI 226
28 Chrysler 172
29 Porsche 166
30 Ssangyong 134
31 Citroen 130
32 Dodge 119
33 Opel 111
34 Chery 92
35 Jaguar 89
36 Proton 25
37 Infiniti 18
38 Smart 11
39 Aston Martin 10
40 Ferrari 9
41 Maserati 9
42 Bentley 4
43 Lotus 4
44 McLaren 3
45 Lamborghini 1
46 Morgan 1
47 Caterham 0
48 Rolls-Royce 0
49 Saab 0

(units sold – market share)

Light Car Segment Winners :

  1. Hyundai i20 (1,262 – 13%)
  2. Toyota Yaris (1,156 – 11.9%)
  3. Mazda2 (1,106 – 11.4%)

Small Car Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Corolla (3,945 – 18.8%)
  2. Mazda3 (3,464 – 16.5%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (2,467 – 11.7%)

Medium Car Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Camry (2,061 – 43.4%)
  2. Mazda6 (762 – 16.1)
  3. BMW 3 Series (487 – 32% of medium car segment over 60k)

Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Holden Commodore (2,827 – 67.6%)
  2. Toyota Aurion (604 – 14.4%)
  3. Ford Falcon (594 – 14.2%)

Upper Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Chrysler 300 (166 – 66.4% of upper large under 100k)
  2. Holden Caprice (84 – 33.6% of upper large under 100k)
  3. Porsche Panamera (16 – 29.1% of upper large over 100k)

People Mover Segment Winners:

  1. Hyundai iMAX (277 – 31.2%)
  2. Kia Carnival (264 – 29.7%)
  3. Toyota Tarago (113 – 12.7%)

Sports Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota 86 (589 – 38.9%)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (340 – 22.4%)
  3. Subaru BRZ (118 – 7.8%)

Supercars (200k+) Segment Winners:

  1. Porsche 911 (20 – 22%)
  2. BMW 6 Series (18 – 19.8%)
  3. Aston Martin Coupe (10 – 11%)

SUV Small Segment Winners:

  1. Hyundai ix35 (1,401 – 29.1%)
  2. Nissan Dualis (944 – 19.6%)
  3. Mitsubishi ASX (841 – 17.5%)

SUV Medium Segment Winners:

  1. Mazda CX-5 (1,638 – 18.9%)
  2. Toyota RAV4 (1,521 – 17.6%)
  3. Subaru Forester (888 – 10.3%)

SUV Large Segment Winners:

  1. Jeep Grand Cherokee (1,196 – 14.5%)
  2. Toyota Prado (1,059 – 12.8%)
  3. Holden Captiva 7 (1,016 – 12.3%)

SUV Upper Large Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Landcruiser Wagon (686 -77.6%)
  2. Nissan Patrol Wagon (198 – 22.4%)

Pickup 4×2 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×2 (873 – 22.1%)
  2. Holden Utility (590 – 14.9%)
  3. Ford Ranger 4×2 (565 – 14.3%)

Pickup 4×4 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×4 (2,098 – 22.6%)
  2. Mitsubishi Triton (1,410 – 14.2%)
  3. Holden Colorado (1,374 – 13.8%)



  • MisterZed

    How come Toyota last year said that supply of the 86 was restricted in 2013 to 2500, yet they’ve already sold 4000 in the first half of this year. Sounds like rubbish hype to me. Seems to me like supply is unlimited.

    • Han

      what about the supply of the orphan i45!!

  • Diddums

    Huge boost for Fiat and Alfa, the price cuts and advertising must be working!

    • Zaccy16

      yep and they deserve it! finally their cars are priced appropriately!

    • Tone

      Fiat (and Alfa) are ones to watch. If they keep going like this for the next 2 or 3 years, VW will need to watch out.

  • Des KSA

    Opel sold 111 cars and are leaving town. What chance of Infiniti surviving with just 18 sales?

  • opelCD

    564 ideots. buy German as now are much cheaper

    • awal

      *idiots

      awkward typo.

      • $29896495

        Gotta laugh

  • Awal

    Fiat sold 90 cars in July 2012 and lifted that to 468 in July 2013. Alfa did 82 sales in July 2012 and lifted that to 320 in July 2013. Both of them have done that with two passenger models

    What’s your excuse Opel? Fiat/Alfa’s performance proves that Opel could have done a LOT more to lift themselves sales wise in a year – good on Fiat/Alfa – they’re the Euro brands to watch this year i reckon.

    • Dave

      And compare that to Peugeot! A brand that has 9 models on sale in Australia and can only manage 280 sales. They need to switch to a factory distributor asap and take Citroen with them

  • kakome

    so, the third place for the small car is i30 or Cruze..

  • Andy Whitby

    So the i30 is 3rd, selling less then the 4th placed Cruze ? Seems legit.

    For clarification, who was actually 3rd ? i30 or Cruze ?

  • Dan

    Why choose a Morgan over a Saab?
    I just don’t understand why somebody would do that.

  • Zaccy16

    3 lucky people in mp4-12c’s! how many territory sales were there this month?

  • too

    i don’t understand why more people are buying the CX-5 over the luxury CX-9 considering how they jacking up the price of the small CX5 that’s approaching CX-9 territory.

    I test drove both the 2.2L diesel CX5 and the 3.7L CX9 and the CX9 was superior in every way. ANd duel economy was close.

    but damn people don’t know what they’re missing out on, like Falcon, very good car, but no one is buying it.

    Any small vehucle with 4-cyl that cost upwards of $40,000 is an insult to society.

    • Sydlocal

      Fuel economy was close? I call BS….
      Are you sure it was a CX5 diesel you were driving? Your driving style between the two would had to have varied significantly for the fuel economy to be close (ie full throttle all the time in the CX5 and egg shells under the throttle for the CX9). If both were driven the same way the CX5 diesel would be close to burning half the amount of fuel of a CX9, especially around town…

    • pol

      Diesel? If I ever wanted to buy a family SUV with diesel then I would buy Santafe without looking further more.

  • $29896495

    57.8% Total for the big Toyota. They are laughing.

  • BV

    Holden Colorado had a great month, outsold the Ranger

    • Taz

      Hope THAT makes you feel better.! lol.