July 2013 Australian New Car Sales Figures
(units sold – market share)
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Supercars (200k+) Segment Winners:
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Pickup 4×2 Segment Winners
Pickup 4×4 Segment Winners
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.
what about the supply of the orphan i45!!
Huge boost for Fiat and Alfa, the price cuts and advertising must be working!
yep and they deserve it! finally their cars are priced appropriately!
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.
Opel sold 111 cars and are leaving town. What chance of Infiniti surviving with just 18 sales?
564 ideots. buy German as now are much cheaper
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.
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
so, the third place for the small car is i30 or Cruze..
So the i30 is 3rd, selling less then the 4th placed Cruze ? Seems legit.
For clarification, who was actually 3rd ? i30 or Cruze ?
Why choose a Morgan over a Saab?
I just don’t understand why somebody would do that.
3 lucky people in mp4-12c’s! how many territory sales were there this month?
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.
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…
Diesel? If I ever wanted to buy a family SUV with diesel then I would buy Santafe without looking further more.
57.8% Total for the big Toyota. They are laughing.
Holden Colorado had a great month, outsold the Ranger
Hope THAT makes you feel better.! lol.