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The following data are new car sales figures for the month of January 2016. For a detailed analysis, click here.

January 2016 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1 Toyota 12,453
2 Mazda 10,016
3 Hyundai 7,001
4 Holden 6,824
5 Nissan 5,563
6 Ford 5,504
7 Mitsubishi 5,007
8 Volkswagen 4,341
9 Subaru 3,405
10 Kia 3,116
11 Mercedes-Benz 3,099
12 Honda 2,898
13 Audi 2,142
14 BMW 2,075
15 Suzuki 1,642
16 Isuzu Ute 1,384
17 Jeep 1,268
18 Land Rover 1,173
19 Renault 718
20 Lexus 635
21 Porsche 490
22 Volvo Car 475
23 Skoda 315
24 Peugeot 313
25 MINI 263
26 Fiat 169
27 Jaguar 165
28 LDV 108
29 Citroen 72
30 Foton Light 67
31 Fiat Professional 64
32 Alfa Romeo 62
33 Chrysler 55
34 Ssangyong 44
35 Infiniti 38
36 Maserati 36
37 Dodge 29
38 RAM 23
39 Lamborghini 22
40 Proton 20
41 Ferrari 13
42 Aston Martin 12
43 McLaren 5
44 Bentley 4
45 Lotus 4
46 Chery 3
47 Caterham 1
48 Morgan 1
49 Great Wall 0
50 Rolls-Royce 0
51 Smart 0

Segment-by-segment breakdown:

Micro (514):

  1. Nissan Micra (169 – 32.9%)
  2. Mitsubishi Mirage (137 – 26.7%)
  3. Suzuki Celerio (116 – 22.6%)

Light under $25K (7348):

  1. Mazda 2 (1381 – 18.8%)
  2. Toyota Yaris (989 – 13.5%)
  3. Suzuki Swift (883 – 12%)

Light over $25K (468):

  1. Mini (193 – 41.2%)
  2. Audi A1 (180 – 38.5%)
  3. Peugeot 208 (60 – 12.8%)

Small under $40K (15,816):

  1. Mazda 3 (3722 – 23.5%)
  2. Toyota Corolla (2758 – 17.4%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (1852 – 11.7%)

Small over $40K (1720):

  1. Audi A3 (545 – 31.7%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (444 – 25.8%)
  3. BMW 1 Series (218 – 12.7%)

Medium under $60K (2512):

  1. Toyota Camry (503 – 20%)
  2. Mazda 6 (392 – 15.6%)
  3. Subaru Liberty (356 – 14.2%)

Medium over $60K (1786):

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (503 – 28.2%)
  2. BMW 3 Series (389 – 21.8%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz CLA (219 – 12.3%)

Large under $70K (1639):

  1. Holden Commodore (1242 – 75.8%)
  2. Ford Falcon (235 – 14.3%)
  3. Toyota Aurion (69 – 4.2%)

Large over $70K (268):

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (64 – 23.9%)
  2. Audi A6 (47 -17.5%)
  3. BMW 5 Series (41 – 15.3%)

Upper Large under $100K (92):

  1. Chrysler 300 (55 – 59.8%)
  2. Holden Caprice (37 – 40.2%)

Upper Large above $100K (65):

  1. BMW 7 Series (28 – 43.1%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (17 – 26.2%)
  3. Porsche Panamera (8 – 12.3%)

People-movers under $60K (815):

  1. Kia Carnival (280 – 34.4%)
  2. Honda Odyssey (253 – 31%)
  3. Hyundai iMax (87 – 10.7%)

People-movers over $60K (65):

  1. Mercedes-Benz V-Class (36 – 55.4%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz Valente (29 – 44.6%)

Sports under $80K (1540):

  1. Ford Mustang (389 – 25.3%)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (215 – 14%)
  3. BMW 2 Series (205 – 13.3%)

Sports over $80K (407):

  1. BMW 4 Series (125 – 30.7%)
  2. Lexus RC (47 – 11.5%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Conv (87 – 18.4% )

Sports over $200K (159, down 2 per cent).:

  1. Porsche 911 (48 – 30.2%)
  2. Lamborghini Coupe/Convertible (22 – 13.8%)
  3. BMW 6 Series (21 – 13.2%)

SUV Small under $40K (7772):

  1. Mitsubishi ASX (1393 – 17.9%)
  2. Mazda CX-3 (1391 – 17.9%)
  3. Honda HRV (882 – 11.3%)

SUV Small over $40K (758):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLA (288 – 38%)
  2. Audi Q3 (250 33%)
  3. BMW X1 (183 – 24.1%)

SUV Medium under $60K (10,477):

  1. Hyundai Tucson (2065 – 19.7%)
  2. Mazda CX-5 (1750 – 16.7%)
  3. Toyota RAV4 (1440 – 13.7%)

SUV Medium over $60K (2375):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLC (587 – 24.7%)
  2. Land Rover Discovery Sport (339 – 14.3%)
  3. BMW X3 (270 – 11.4%)

SUV Large under $70K (8619):

  1. Toyota Prado (1094 – 12.7%)
  2. Subaru Outback (879 – 10.2%)
  3. Toyota Kluger (761 – 8.8%)

SUV Large over $70K (2126):

  1. Audi Q7 (513 – 24.1%)
  2. Land Rover Discovery (258 – 12.1%)
  3. BMW X5 (254 – 11.9%)

SUV Upper Large under $100K (786):

  1. Toyota LandCruiser (685 – 87.2%)
  2. Nissan Patrol (101 – 12.8%)

SUV Upper Large over $100K (160):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (85 – 53.1%)
  2. Range Rover (40 – 25%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz G-Class (17 – 10.6%)

Light Vans (206):

  1. Renault Kangoo (76 – 36.9%)
  2. Volkswagen Caddy (56 – 27.2%)
  3. Suzuki APV (33 – 16%)

Medium Vans (1276):

  1. Toyota HiAce (489 – 38.3%)
  2. Hyundai iLoad (307 – 24.1%)
  3. Renault Trafic (146 – 11.4%)

4×2 utes (2804):

  1. Toyota HiLux (676 – 24.1%)
  2. Ford Ranger (440 – 15.7%)
  3. Mazda BT-50 (346 – 12.3%)

4×4 utes (10009):

  1. Ford Ranger (1978 – 19.8%)
  2. Toyota HiLux (1665 – 16.6%)
  3. Nissan Navara (1487 – 14.9%)



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