September 2010 Australian Car Industry Figures

1Toyota16,185
2Holden10,718
3Mazda8,850
4Ford8,288
5Hyundai6,120
6Mitsubishi5,314
7Nissan4,689
8Volkswagen3,225
9Subaru3,105
10Honda2,582
11Mercedes-Benz2,310
12Suzuki2,173
13Kia2,014
14BMW1,709
15Audi1,110
16Great Wall Motors668
17Jeep472
18Isuzu463
19Land Rover411
20Peugeot409
21Volvo407
22Lexus318
23Renault204
24Porsche194
25Skoda187
26MINI175
27Dodge170
28Proton156
29Citroen145
30Fiat112
31Ssangyong95
32Alfa Romeo72
33Chrysler68
34Jaguar65
35Ferrari15
36Smart15
37Maserati11
38Aston Martin9
39Bentley5
40Lotus5
41Saab5
42Rolls-Royce4
43Hummer3
44Lamborghini2
45Morgan1

Light Car Segment Winners :

  • Mazda2
  • Hyundai Getz
  • Toyota Yaris

Small Car Segment Winners:

  • Mazda3
  • Toyota Corolla
  • Holden Cruze

Medium Car Segment Winners:

  • Toyota Camry
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class
  • Mazda6

Large Car Segment Winners:

  • Holden Commodore
  • Ford Falcon
  • Toyota Aurion

Upper Large Car Segment Winners:

  • Holden Caprice
  • Chrysler 300C
  • Audi A8 / BMW 7 Series (tied)

People Mover Segment Winners:

  • Kia Carnival
  • Hyundai iMAX
  • Toyota Tarago

Sports Segment Winners:

  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cpe/Conv
  • Volkswagen EOS
  • Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class

SUV Compact Segment Winners:

  • Toyota RAV4
  • Subaru Forester
  • Mazda CX-7

SUV Medium Segment Winners:

  • Toyota Prado
  • Holden Captiva
  • Ford Territory

Large Segment Winners:

  • Toyota Landcruiser Wagon
  • Nissan Patrol Wagon

SUV Luxury Segment Winners:

  • BMW X5
  • Mercedes-Benz M-Class
  • BMW X1