The following data are new car sales figures for the month of November 2015. For a detailed analysis, click here.
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November 2015 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1 Toyota 18,402
2 Mazda 9,807
3 Holden 8,889
4 Hyundai 8,416
5 Nissan 7,229
6 Ford 6,332
7 Mitsubishi 5,169
8 Volkswagen 4,441
9 Subaru 3,884
10 Honda 3,067
11 Mercedes-Benz 3,034
12 Kia 3,011
13 BMW 2,066
14 Audi 2,018
15 Isuzu Ute 1,831
16 Jeep 1,540
17 Suzuki 1,415
18 Land Rover 1,111
19 Renault 1,087
20 Lexus 712
21 Volvo Car 520
22 Skoda 388
23 MINI 280
24 Fiat 265
25 Peugeot 251
26 Porsche 242
27 Jaguar 159
28 Fiat Professional 125
29 LDV 102
30 Citroen 82
31 Chrysler 75
32 Dodge 75
33 Infiniti 75
34 Alfa Romeo 73
35 Foton Light 72
36 Ssangyong 57
37 Maserati 36
38 Proton 36
39 Bentley 22
40 Chery 15
41 Aston Martin 8
42 Ferrari 7
43 Great Wall 4
44 Rolls-Royce 4
45 McLaren 2
46 Caterham 1
47 Lotus 1
48 Lamborghini 0
49 Morgan 0
50 Opel 0
51 Smart 0

Segment-by-segment breakdown:

Micro (618, down 40.1 per cent):

  1. Mitsubishi Mirage (150 - 24.3%)
  2. Suzuki Celerio (146 - 23.6%)
  3. Fiat 500/Abarth (123 - 19.9%)

Light under $25K (8300, down 6.9 per cent):

  1. Hyundai Accent (1371 - 16.5%)
  2. Mazda 2 (1222 - 14.7%)
  3. Toyota Yaris (1051 - 12.7%)

Light over $25K (435, up 8.2 per cent):

  1. Mini (199 - 45.7%)
  2. Audi A1 (164 - 37.7%)
  3. Peugeot 208 (40 - 9.2%)

Small under $40K (16,846, down 19.9 per cent

  1. Toyota Corolla (3430 - 20.4%)
  2. Mazda 3 (3104 - 18.4%)
  3. Hyundai i30 (2499 - 14.8%)

Small over $40K (1500, up 1.2 per cent):

  1. Audi A3 (519 - 34.6%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (290 - 19.3%)
  3. BMW 1 Series (224 - 14.9%)

Medium under $60K (4959, up 26.5 per cent):

  1. Toyota Camry (3025 - 61%)
  2. Mazda 6 (382 - 7.7%)
  3. Subaru Liberty (314 - 6.3%)

Medium over $60K (1957, down 11.8 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (666 - 34%)
  2. BMW 3 Series (314 - 16%)
  3. Mercedes-Benz CLA (277 - 14.2%)

Large under $70K (3576, up 17.6 per cent):

  1. Holden Commodore (2614 - 73.1%)
  2. Toyota Aurion (502 - 14%)
  3. Ford Falcon (401 - 11.2%)

Large over $70K (307, down 21.7 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (116 - 37.8%)
  2. BMW 5 Series (57 - 18.6%)
  3. Maserati Ghibli (30 - 9.8%)

Upper Large under $100K (144, up 2.2 per cent):

  1. Chrysler 300 (75 - 52.1%)
  2. Holden Caprice (69 - 47.9%)

Upper Large above $100K (86, up 43.3 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (33 - 38.4%)
  2. BMW 7 Series (30 - 34.9%)
  3. Audi A8 (9 - 10.5%)

People-movers under $60K (1139, up 52.7 per cent):

  1. Kia Carnival (449 - 39.4%)
  2. Honda Odyssey (245 - 21.5%)
  3. Hyundai iMax (222 - 19.5%)

People-movers over $60K (53, up 20.5 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz Valente (27 - 50.9%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz V-Class (26 - 49.1%)

Sports under $80K (1237, up 4.7 per cent):

  1. Mazda MX-5 (221 - 17.9%)
  2. Toyota 86 (209 - 16.9%)
  3. BMW 2 Series (176 - 14.2%)

Sports over $80K (473, down 30.3 per cent):

  1. BMW 4 Series (140 - 29.6%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Conv (87 - 18.4% )
  3. Audi TT (85 - 18%)

Sports over $200K (96, down 2 per cent).:

  1. BMW 6 Series (20 - 20.8%)
  2. Bentley Continental (18 - 18.6%)
  3. Porsche 911 (13 - 13.5%)

SUV Small under $40K (7581, up 1.4 per cent):

  1. Mazda CX-3 (1397 - 18.4%)
  2. Mitsubishi ASX (1123 - 14.8%)
  3. Honda HRV (863 - 11.4%)

SUV Small over $40K (1069, up 46.4 per cent):

  1. Audi Q3 (298 27.9%)
  2. Mercedes-Benz GLA (291 - 27.2%)
  3. Lexus NX (249 - 23.3%)

SUV Medium under $60K (11,344, up 19.9 per cent):

  1. Nissan X-Trail (2225 - 18.6%)
  2. Mazda CX-5 (2169 - 18.1%)
  3. Hyundai Tucson (1838 - 15.3%)

SUV Medium over $60K (1719, up 40.3 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLC (321 - 18.7%)
  2. Audi Q5 (319 - 18.6%)
  3. Land Rover Discovery Sport (294 - 17.1%)

SUV Large under $70K (10,456, up 21.9 per cent):

  1. Toyota Prado (1257 - 12%)
  2. Toyota Kluger (1200 - 11.5%)
  3. Subaru Outback (962 - 9.2%)

SUV Large over $70K (2035, up 29 per cent):

  1. BMW X5 (348 - 17.1%)
  2. Land Rover Discovery (288 - 14.2%)
  3. Range Rover Sport (279 - 13.7%)

SUV Upper Large under $100K (1076, up 29.3 per cent):

  1. Toyota LandCruiser (938 - 87.2%)
  2. Nissan Patrol (138 - 12.8%)

SUV Upper Large over $100K (143, up 78.8 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (69 - 48.3%)
  2. Lexus LX (37 - 25.9%)
  3. Range Rover (25 - 17.5%)

Light Vans (265, up 22.1 per cent):

  1. Renault Kangoo (101 - 38.1%)
  2. Volkswagen Caddy (75 - 28.3%)
  3. Suzuki APV (47 - 17.7%)

Medium Vans (1327, up 1.6 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiAce (581)
  2. Hyundai iLoad (313)
  3. Renault Trafic (124)

4×2 utes (3995, up 32.2 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiLux (838)
  2. Mitsubishi Triton (623)
  3. Ford Ranger (591)

4×4 utes (12,147, up 13.7 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiLux (2531)
  2. Ford Ranger (2437)
  3. Nissan Navara (1857)