2013 Australian New Car Sales Figures in Total

1 Toyota 214,630
2 Holden 112,059
3 Mazda 103,144
4 Hyundai 97,006
5 Ford 87,236
6 Nissan 76,733
7 Mitsubishi 71,528
8 Volkswagen 54,892
9 Subaru 40,200
10 Honda 39,258
11 Kia 29,778
12 Mercedes-Benz 27,547
13 Jeep 22,170
14 Suzuki 22,075
15 BMW 20,522
16 Audi 16,009
17 Isuzu 10,209
18 Land Rover 8,350
19 Renault 7,016
20 Lexus 6,920
21 Great Wall 6,105
22 Volvo 5,174
23 Peugeot 4,413
24 Fiat 3,854
25 Skoda 3,555
26 Chrysler 2,676
27 MINI 2,535
28 Alfa Romeo 2,373
29 Porsche 1,905
30 Dodge 1,661
31 Opel 1,610
32 Ssangyong 1,507
33 Fiat Professional 1,234
34 Citroen 1,180
35 Jaguar 1,105
36 Chery 903
37 Proton 611
38 Infiniti 304
39 Maserati 134
40 Smart 126
41 Bentley 121
42 Ferrari 106
43 Aston Martin 99
44 Lotus 71
45 Lamborghini 47
46 McLaren 26
47 Rolls-Royce 16
48 Morgan 15
49 Caterham 2
50 Saab 0

(units sold – market share)

Light Car Segment Winners :

  1. Mazda 2 (15,167 – 11.8%)
  2. Toyota Yaris (14,437 – 11.2%)
  3. Hyundai i20 (14,100 – 10.9%)

Small Car Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Corolla (43,498 – 17.4%)
  2. Mazda 3 (42,082 – 13.1%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (30,582 – 12.3%)

Medium Car Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Camry (24,860 – 42.2%)
  2. Mazda 6 (7,701 – 13.1%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (5,963 – 31.2% of medium segment above 60k)

Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Holden Commodore (27,766 – 59%)
  2. Ford Falcon (10,610 – 22.5%)
  3. Toyota Aurion (6,839 – 14.5%)

Upper Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Chrysler 300 (2,508 – 69.3% of upper large under 100k)
  2. Holden Caprice (1,113 – 30.7% of upper large under 100k)
  3. Bentley (121 – 19.6% of upper large over 100k)

People Mover Segment Winners:

  1. Kia Carnival (2,874 – 35.1%)
  2. Hyundai iMAX (1,455 – 18%)
  3. Honda Odyssey (1,001 – 12.4%)

Sports Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota 86 (6,706 – 34.4%)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (3,928 – 20.2%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe (2,403 – 10.5%)

Supercars (200k+) Segment Winners:

  1. Porsche 911 (276 – 22.5%)
  2. BMW 6 Series (240 – 19.5%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz SL-Class (155 – 12.6%)

SUV Small Segment Winners:

  1. Hyundai ix35 (19,098 – 27.6%)
  2. Nissan Dualis (12,434 – 17.9%)
  3. Subaru XV (10,764 – 15.5%)

SUV Medium Segment Winners:

  1. Mazda CX-5 (20,129 – 18.6%)
  2. Toyota RAV4 (16,983 – 15.7%)
  3. Subaru Forester (13,649 – 12.6%)

SUV Large Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Prado (14,568 – 13.4%)
  2. Ford Territory (14,261 – 13.1%)
  3. Holden Captiva 7 (13,282 – 12.2%)

SUV Upper Large Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Landcruiser Wagon (9,311 -79.8%)
  2. Nissan Patrol Wagon (2,364 – 20.2%)

Pickup 4×2 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×2 (10,587 – 23.6%)
  2. Holden Utility (5,941 – 13.3%)
  3. Ford Ranger 4×2 (4,839 – 10.8%)

Pickup 4×4 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×4 (29,344 – 21.3%)
  2. Nissan Navara 4×4 (21,758 – 15.8%)
  3. Mitsubishi Triton (20,549 – 14.9%)



  • Jon

    Typo with the Mazda 3 sales figures

    • http://www.caradvice.com.au/ Alborz Fallah

      thanks, fixed.

      • pal

        Hi Alborz, you said sometime this year that the Dodge Journey is classified as a people mover. If thats the case shouldn’t it be in the top three base on Dodges sales? Thanks

        • http://www.caradvice.com.au/ Alborz Fallah

          It has been classified as a “SUV Large” according to VFACTs hence why it didn’t show up in People mover, though you are indeed correct and I do agree that it’s a people mover, in which case it would place it in second place.

          • pal

            OK thanks for your reply Alborz. BTW i enjoy this site, keep up the good work.

  • TG

    Is that the first time Mazda has cracked 100K? Getting bigger and better!!!

    • matt

      no they just past it last year too.

  • Rick

    Once the commodore and falcon are gone , both Holden and ford will be lucky to make the top 10. Jeep and Chrysler have had good years , along with Nissan, hyundai and Mazda .
    How Toyota make top spot is beyond me

    • GAZ

      EASY they make cars that people want to buy unlike HOLDEN & FORD, that’s not rocket science buddy!

      • Rick

        Take another look , every car built in Australia is a top 5 or better seller in their respective class . The only car that’s not in the top 10 overall is the falcon which is no surprise . half of Australia already thinks they’ve ceased building the falcon.
        After my recent experience with the 2 local ford dealers , I’m surprised ford have even sold one falcon . They all but refused to sell me one

        • Bernie

          Hi Rick,I work for a Ford dealer here in Melbourne. I can get you a Falcon if you want one.Come see me at Essendon Ford.

          • Rick

            Thanks Bernie , I’ve ordered a FPV GS ute from newcastle . Should be here next week

  • Martin

    Any way that we can have the total sales numbers by each name plate? Or know where I can access this? Cheers

  • Zaccy16

    106 lucky new Ferrari owners!

  • DAVIDZ

    I REALLY SCRATCH MY HEAD WITH THE NUMBER OF KOREAN CARS SOLD, ARE THE PUBLIC REALLY THAT STUPID?

    • delcotexas

      take the Korean & other non G.M. actual name plate split on badge engineered Holdens and it will look a lot worse

    • Bmn

      I think Australians confused between Hyundai and Honda. Pronunciation wise they sound similar.

    • johnniesazzler

      Davidz, drive a current Kia or Hyundai and you might feel stupid for making that comment. They’re much closer to a Japanese level of quality than you probably realise, and ahead of GM Daewoo in most respects.

    • Sydlocal

      Sorry, I didn’t hear you over all the shouting…. ;-)

  • Farid

    Please could you publish all models sales figures? Or when could I find it?

  • LC

    SUV Upper Large Segment Winners:

    Toyota Landcruiser Wagon (9,311 -79.8%)
    Nissan Patrol Wagon (2,364 – 20.2%)

    And that, kids, is why we offer DIESELS in our SUVs.