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

February 2016 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1 Toyota 16,191
2 Mazda 10,205
3 Hyundai 7,701
4 Holden 7,340
5 Mitsubishi 6,681
6 Ford 6,656
7 Nissan 5,989
8 Volkswagen 4,922
9 Subaru 3,538
10 Honda 3,279
11 Mercedes-Benz 3,236
12 Kia 3,067
13 BMW 2,748
14 Audi 2,007
15 Isuzu Ute 1,719
16 Suzuki 1,674
17 Jeep 1,378
18 Land Rover 1,374
19 Lexus 816
20 Renault 654
21 Porsche 536
22 Volvo Car 478
23 Skoda 378
24 Peugeot 338
25 MINI 310
26 Fiat 254
27 Jaguar 242
28 LDV 131
29 Fiat Professional 120
30 Citroen 106
31 Alfa Romeo 85
32 Foton Light 75
33 Ssangyong 59
34 Dodge 56
35 Chrysler 51
36 Infiniti 50
37 Maserati 43
38 Proton 23
39 Ferrari 19
40 RAM 11
41 Aston Martin 9
42 Lamborghini 9
43 Bentley 8
44 Rolls-Royce 4
45 Chery 3
46 Lotus 2
47 McLaren 1
48 Caterham 0
49 Great Wall 0
50 Morgan 0
51 Smart 0

Segment-by-segment breakdown:

Micro (664):

  1. Nissan Micra (229 – 34.5%)
  2. Mitsubishi Mirage (179 – 27%)
  3. Fiat 500 / Abarth (149 – 22.4%)

Light under $25K (7804):

  1. Mazda 2 (1257 – 16.1%)
  2. Toyota Yaris (1198 – 15.4%)
  3. Hyundai Accent (1081 – 13.9%)

Light over $25K (450):

  1. Mini Hatch (219 – 41.2%)
  2. Audi A1 (124 – 27.6%)
  3. Peugeot 208 (71 – 15.8%)

Small under $40K (16,734):

  1. Toyota Corolla (3455 – 20.6%)
  2. Mazda 3 (3354 – 20%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (2461 – 14.7%)

Small over $40K (1700):

  1. Audi A3 (488 – 28.7%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (458 – 26.9%)
  3. BMW 1 Series (296 – 17.4%)

Medium under $60K (3484):

  1. Toyota Camry (1457 – 41.8%)
  2. Ford Mondeo (409 – 11.7%)
  3. Mazda 6 (404 – 11.6%)

Medium over $60K (1936):

  1. BMW 3 Series (403 – 20.8%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz CLA (346 – 17.9%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (344 – 17.8%)

Large under $70K (2933):

  1. Holden Commodore (2331 – 79.5%)
  2. Ford Falcon (421 – 14.4%)
  3. Toyota Aurion (145 – 4.9%)

Large over $70K (331):

  1. Jaguar XF (75 – 22.7%)
  2. Audi A6 (65 -19.6%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (63 – 19%)

Upper Large under $100K (147):

  1. Holden Caprice (97 – 66%)
  2. Chrysler 300 (50 – 34%)

Upper Large above $100K (72):

  1. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (28 – 38.9%)
  2. BMW 7 Series (22 – 30.6%)
  3. Maserati Quattroporte (6 – 8.3%)

People-movers under $60K (1104):

  1. Kia Carnival (465 – 42.1%)
  2. Honda Odyssey (231 – 20.9%)
  3. Hyundai iMax (171 – 15.5%)

People-movers over $60K (57):

  1. Mercedes-Benz Valente (38 – 66.7%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz V-Class (36 – 31.6%)

Sports under $80K (1548):

  1. Ford Mustang (356 – 23%)
  2. Toyota 86 (246 – 15.9%)
  3. Mazda MX-5 (209 – 13.5%)

Sports over $80K (470):

  1. BMW 4 Series (141 – 30%)
  2. Audi TT (59 – 12.6%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Conv (55 – 11.7% )

Sports over $200K (124):

  1. Porsche 911 (31 – 25%)
  2. Ferrari Coupe/Convertible (19 – 15.3%)
  3. Mercedes-AMG GT (16 – 12.9%)

SUV Small under $40K (8395):

  1. Mitsubishi ASX (1621 – 19.3%)
  2. Mazda CX-3 (1381 – 16.5%)
  3. Honda HRV (1152 – 13.7%)

SUV Small over $40K (1196):

  1. Audi Q3 (469 – 39.2%)
  2. BMW X1 (374 – 31.3%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz GLA (297 – 24.8%)

SUV Medium under $60K (11,735):

  1. Mazda CX-5 (2156 – 18.4%)
  2. Hyundai Tucson (1849 – 15.8%)
  3. Nissan X-Trail (1669 – 14.2%)

SUV Medium over $60K (2715):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLC (536 – 19.7%)
  2. Land Rover Discovery Sport (431 – 15.9%)
  3. BMW X3 (394 – 14.5%)

SUV Large under $70K (9595):

  1. Toyota Prado (1295 – 13.5%)
  2. Toyota Kluger (959 – 10%)
  3. Subaru Outback (869 – 9.1%)

SUV Large over $70K (2223):

  1. BMW X5 (451 – 20.3%)
  2. Land Rover Discovery (319 – 14.3%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz GLE Class (251 – 11.3%)

SUV Upper Large under $100K (855):

  1. Toyota LandCruiser (679 – 79.4%)
  2. Nissan Patrol (176 – 20.6%)

SUV Upper Large over $100K (151):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (80 – 53%)
  2. Range Rover (35 – 23.2%)
  3. Lexus LX (20 – 13.2%)

Light Vans (235):

  1. Volkswagen Caddy Van (105 – 44.7%)
  2. Renault Kangoo (39 – 16.6%)
  3. Suzuki APV / Citroen Berlingo (36 – 15.3%)

Medium Vans (1718):

  1. Hyundai iLoad (648 – 37.7%)
  2. Toyota HiAce (566 – 32.9%)
  3. Renault Trafic (113 – 6.6%)

4×2 utes (3479):

  1. Toyota HiLux (901 – 25.9%)
  2. Ford Ranger (480 – 13.8%)
  3. Mazda BT-50 (423 – 12.2%)

4×4 utes (11806):

  1. Toyota HiLux (2360 – 20%)
  2. Ford Ranger (2175 – 18.4%)
  3. Mitsubishi Triton (1895 – 16.1%)



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