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Here are last month’s Australian new car industry sales figures. Apologies for delay. You can read CarAdvice’s analysis of the winners and losers for February 2014 here.

Feburary 2014 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1 Toyota 16,200
2 Mazda 9,171
3 Holden 8,697
4 Hyundai 7,802
5 Ford 6,287
6 Mitsubishi 4,683
7 Nissan 4,458
8 Volkswagen 4,376
9 Subaru 3,121
10 Honda 2,662
11 Kia 2,391
12 Mercedes-Benz 2,376
13 Jeep 2,145
14 BMW 1,579
15 Audi 1,553
16 Suzuki 1,232
17 Isuzu 967
18 Land Rover 967
19 Renault 583
20 Lexus 566
21 Fiat 538
22 Volvo 430
23 Great Wall 297
24 Peugeot 283
25 Skoda 226
26 Porsche 192
27 MINI 190
28 Alfa Romeo 186
29 Opel 146
30 Dodge 120
31 Ssangyong 113
32 Proton 106
33 Chrysler 103
34 Fiat Professional 102
35 Jaguar 83
36 Citroen 71
37 Chery 63
38 Infiniti 31
39 Maserati 16
40 Ferrari 10
41 Aston Martin 7
42 Lotus 6
43 Bentley 5
44 Smart 4
45 Lamborghini 2
46 Morgan 1
47 Rolls-Royce 1
48 Caterham 0
49 McLaren 0

(units sold – market share)

Micro Car Segment Winners :

  1. Mitsubishi Mirage 2 (1,143 – 63.3%)
  2. Fiat 500 / Abarth (247 – 13.7%)
  3. Nissan Micra (127 – 7%)

Light Car Segment Winners :

  1. Mazda 2 (1,242 – 16.2%)
  2. Hyundai i20 (1,165 – 15.2%)
  3. Toyota Yaris (954 – 12.5%)

Light Car – above $25,000 – segment Winners :

  1. Audi A1 (168 – 45.8%)
  2. Mini Hatch/Clubman (130 – 35.4%)
  3. Peugeot 208 (47 – 12.8%)

Small Car Segment Winners:

  1. Mazda 3 (3,969 – 20.6%)
  2. Toyota Corolla (3,332 – 17.3%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (2,372 – 12.3%)

Small Car – above $40,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (326 – 27.1%)
  2. Audi A3 (326 – 25.4%)
  3. BMW 1 Series (193 – 15.1%)

Medium Car Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Camry (1,891 – 45.7%)
  2. Mazda 6 (616 – 14.9%)
  3. Ford Mondeo (307 – 7.4)

Medium Car – above $60,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (512 – 31.8%)
  2. BMW 3 Series (260 – 16.1%)
  3. Audi A4 (225 – 14%)

Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Holden Commodore (2,777 – 75%)
  2. Ford Falcon (549 – 14.8%)
  3. Toyota Aurion (321 – 8.7%)

Large Car – above $70,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-class (123 – 30.7%)
  2. BMW 5 Series (70 – 17.5%)
  3. Jaguar XF (67 – 16.7%)

Upper Large Car Segment Winners:

  1. Holden Caprice (129 – 57.1%)
  2. Chrysler 300 (97 – 42.9%)

Upper Large Car – above $100,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (18 – 33.3%)
  2. BMW 7 Series (8 – 14.8%)
  3. Porsche Panamera / Jaguar XJ (7 – 13%)

People Mover Segment Winners:

  1. Honda Odyssey (231 – 26%)
  2. Hyundai iMAX (191 – 21.5%)
  3. Kia Carnival (137 – 15.4%)

People Mover – above $60,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz Viano (17 – 35.4%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz Valente (25 – 52.1%)
  3. Chrysler Voyager (6 – 12.5%)

Sports Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota 86 (453 – 33.8%)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (273 – 20.4%)
  3. BMW 1 Series Coupe/Conv (111 – 8.4%)

Sports – above $80,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-class Coupe (224 – 30.2%)
  2. BMW 4 Series Coupe/Convertible (145 – 19.5%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-class Coupe/Convertible (135 – 17.9%)

Supercars (200k+) Segment Winners:

  1. Porsche 911 (31 – 32%)
  2. BMW 6 Series (22 – 22.7%)
  3. Ferrari & Maserati Coupe/Convertible (10 each – 10.3%)

SUV Small Segment Winners:

  1. Hyundai ix35 (1,491 – 26.6%)
  2. Nissan Dualis (727 – 13%)
  3. Subaru XV (678 – 12.1%)

SUV Small – above $40,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Audi Q3 (263 – 56.8%)
  2. BMW X1 (157 – 33.9%)
  3. Mini Countryman (41 – 8.9%)

SUV Medium Segment Winners:

  1. Mazda CX-5 (1,752 – 21.1%)
  2. Toyota RAV4 (1,614 – 19.4%)
  3. Subaru Forester (1,164 – 19.4%)

SUV Medium – above $60,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Range Rover Evoque (298 – 32.8%)
  2. BMW X3 (212 – 23.1%)
  3. Audi Q5 (208 – 22.7%)

SUV Large Segment Winners:

  1. Jeep Grand Cherokee (1,370 – 16.9%)
  2. Toyota Prado (1,275 – 15.8%)
  3. Holden Captiva 7 (801 – 9.9%)

SUV Large – above $70,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Land Rover Discovery (233 – 15.9%)
  2. BMW X5 (226 – 15.4%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz M-Class (207 – 14.1%)

SUV Upper Large Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Landcruiser Wagon (771 -82.9%)
  2. Nissan Patrol Wagon (159 – 17.1%)

SUV Upper Large – above $100,000 – Segment Winners:

  1. Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (53 – 53.3%)
  2. Range Rover (27 -27.3%)
  3. Lexus LX (15 -15.2%)

Vans <= 2.5T Segment Winners:

  1. Volkswagen Caddy Van (154 – 65.8%)
  2. Suzuki APV (40 -17.1%)
  3. Renault Kangoo (26 -11.1%)

Vans 2.5-3.5T Segment Winners:

  1. Toyota Hiace Van (495 – 39.8%)
  2. Hyundai iLoad (427 – 34.4%)
  3. Renault Trafic (81 -6.5%)

Pickup 4×2 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×2 (793 – 25.4%)
  2. Holden Utility (458 – 12.6%)
  3. Ford Ranger / Mitsubishi Triton 4×2 (436 – 11.9%)

Pickup 4×4 Segment Winners

  1. Toyota Hilux 4×4 (2,374 – 24.2%)
  2. Ford Ranger (1,465 – 14.9%)
  3. Nissan Navara 4×4 (1,177 – 12%)



  • Doctor

    I can’t understand why the Rav4/7 outsells the Forester and how Tojo manages to sell so many Lolux 4×2/4s.

    • GAZ

      Easy TOYOTA is what every manufacture strives to be and the public love them, whatever has the TOYOTA badge is bound to be a winner!

    • Something Right

      Says alot for a vehicle that’s 10yrs old if private and fleets are still buying them over the Ranger, BT50, Amarok or Colorado.

      They’re obviously doing something right. 3500kg doesn’t seem to be the bee’s knees people make it out to be.

      Whether you agree or disagree with it, it is what it is.

      • Phil

        A breakdown into private and fleet numbers would be interesting, especially 4×2 sales. I’d imagine Holden ute sales are almost entirely private, something borne out in the high retained resale values.

        With Toyota having simplified the model range, and dropped SR5 models except in double cab, private buyers aren’t really important to them.

  • Neil_Way

    Holden sales have plunged off a cliff. Commodore the shining light amongst some otherwise dismal numbers.

  • Bmn

    Proton is getting there with its new turbo models. 5 years free service it is really value for money.

  • henry

    Infiniti doing well with 31 cars so far

    • LP

      yep, the Q50 has really helped with their numbers, things are looking up!

    • Smart US

      31 cars sold to pay wages, rents… id wonder whats the margin on their product

  • F1orce

    Add the Elantra to the i30 numbers.

    In USA both the i30 (Elantra GT) & Elantra are counted as the same. Just like how here the Corolla hatch & sedan are counted as one..