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

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May 2016 Australian New Car Sales Figures

1Toyota17,201
2Mazda9,608
3Hyundai9,005
4Holden7,405
5Ford6,584
6Mitsubishi6,154
7Nissan5,585
8Volkswagen4,565
9Subaru4,002
10Kia3,542
11Mercedes-Benz3,373
12Honda2,663
13BMW2,565
14Audi2,002
15Isuzu Ute1,883
16Suzuki1,712
17Land Rover990
18Jeep975
19Lexus810
20Renault779
21Volvo Car490
22Skoda440
23Porsche424
24MINI319
25Peugeot234
26Jaguar176
27Fiat175
28LDV139
29Fiat Professional109
30Citroen90
31Foton Light68
32Infiniti56
33Alfa Romeo52
34Maserati49
35Dodge38
36Ssangyong38
37Chrysler30
38Lamborghini21
39RAM21
40Bentley19
41Proton15
42Ferrari14
43McLaren11
44Aston Martin9
45Great Wall4
46Chery1
47Morgan1
48Rolls-Royce1
49Caterham0
50Lotus0
51Smart0

Micro (704, down 23.9 per cent):

  1. Kia Picanto (189)
  2. Holden Spark (140)
  3. Mitsubishi Mirage (140)

Light under $25K (6729, down 29.1 per cent):

  1. Hyundai Accent (1242)
  2. Mazda 2 (1069)
  3. Toyota Yaris (1067)

Light over $25K (458, up 1.1 per cent):

  1. Mini hatch (207)
  2. Audi A1 (138)
  3. Peugeot 208 (68)

Small under $40K (16,549, up 3.2 per cent):

  1. Hyundai i30 (3771)
  2. Toyota Corolla (3333)
  3. Mazda 3 (3243)

Small over $40K (1447, up 11.7 per cent):

  1. Audi A3 (498)
  2. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (331)
  3. BMW 1 Series (210)

Medium under $60K (3359, down 6.7 per cent):

  1. Toyota Camry (1446)
  2. Mazda 6 (384)
  3. Volkswagen Passat (256)

Medium over $60K (1998, down 9.4 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (547)
  2. BMW 3 Series (379)
  3. Mercedes-Benz CLA (317)

Large under $70K (3173, up 0.5 per cent):

  1. Holden Commodore (2255)
  2. Ford Falcon (521)
  3. Toyota Aurion (305)

Large over $70K (275, down 28.4 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (62)
  2. BMW 5 Series (59)
  3. Maserati Ghibli (37)

Upper Large under $100K (77, down 52.8 per cent):

  1. Holden Caprice (47)
  2. Chrysler 300 (30)

Upper Large above $100K (81, up 19.1 per cent):

  1. BMW 7 Series (26)
  2. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (24)
  3. Jaguar XJ (10)

People-movers under $60K (1161, up 21.3 per cent):

  1. Kia Carnival (460)
  2. Honda Odyssey (258)
  3. Hyundai iMax (180)

People-movers over $60K (72, up 800 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz V-Class (43)
  2. Mercedes-Benz Valente (29)

Sports under $80K (1351, up 33.2 per cent):

  1. Ford Mustang (309)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (198)
  3. BMW 2 Series (192 each)

Sports over $80K (627, down 9.1 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe (208)
  2. BMW 4 Series (160)
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (58)

Sports over $200K (161, up 15.8 per cent):

  1. Porsche 911 (41)
  2. Lamborghini Coupe/Conv (21)
  3. Audi R8 (16)

SUV Small under $40K (8247, up 1.5 per cent):

  1. Mazda CX-3 (1451)
  2. Mitsubishi ASX (1244)
  3. Honda HRV (1149)

SUV Small over $40K (926, up 45.1 per cent):

  1. BMW X1 (372)
  2. Mercedes-Benz GLA (268)
  3. Audi Q3 (253)

SUV Medium under $60K (11484, up 17 per cent):

  1. Mazda CX-5 (2117)
  2. Toyota RAV4 (1695)
  3. Hyundai Tucson (1643)

SUV Medium over $60K (2410, up 33.5 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLC (418)
  2. Audi Q5 (387)
  3. BMW X3 (299)

SUV Large under $70K (9613, up 4.2 per cent):

  1. Toyota Prado (1174)
  2. Toyota Kluger (1072)
  3. Subaru Outback (1055)

SUV Large over $70K (2196, up 17.1 per cent):

  1. BMW X5 (419)
  2. Audi Q7 (302)
  3. Range Rover Sport (281)

SUV Upper Large under $100K (1133, up 18.3 per cent):

  1. Toyota LandCruiser (982)
  2. Nissan Patrol (151)

SUV Upper Large over $100K (221, up 132.6 per cent):

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLS (119)
  2. Range Rover (46)
  3. Mercedes-Benz GL / Lexus LX (15)

Light Vans (345, down 17.7 per cent):

  1. Volkswagen Caddy Van (180)
  2. Renault Kangoo (91)
  3. Suzuki APV (37)

Medium Vans (1838, up 16.8 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiAce (668)
  2. Hyundai iLoad (572)
  3. Volkswagen Transporter (164)

4×2 Utes (4208, up 19.6 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiLux (939)
  2. Mitsubishi Triton (762)
  3. Ford Ranger (498)

4×4 Utes (12,635, up 8.2 per cent):

  1. Toyota HiLux (2736)
  2. Ford Ranger (2617)
  3. Nissan Navara (1501)