Australia Best selling cars ranking in the 2018 again with the Toyota Hilux on top of the list, while Toyota Corolla controlling the car passenger’s segment and the Mazda CX-5 leader of the SUV segment. Great jump of Nissan X-Trail gaining the 9th position.
In the 2018 the Australian vehicles market is moderately negative, despite a quite positive start. Indeed, having ended the Q1 with 291.538 sales (+4.4%) and the Q2 with 316.605 (-1.1%), the Q3 reported 275.492 sales (-4.9%). October opened the Q4 with 90.718 (-5.3%), while in November sales were at 93.860 (-10.5%). Now the market has been in decline for 8 consecutive months, a negative streak unseen in 4 years.
The Year to Date figures are at 1.065.592 (-1.9%) with full year projection at 1.166.826 units
Looking at the ranking of best 100 selling cars, the year to date leader is again the Toyota Hilux with 47.835 sales (+10.9%) followed by the Ford Ranger with 38.776 units (-1.3%) and the best passenger’s car the Toyota Corolla with 33.009 units (-4.9%).
In fourth place the Mazda3 with 28.780 (-3.7%) followed by the Hyundai i30 with 26.416 (-3.3%), the Mazda CX-5, best SUV in the market, with 24.183 units (+2.0%) and the Mitsubishi Triton with 22.896 sales (+9.2%)
In eight place the Toyota RAV4, up 3 spots, with 20.436 units (+6.1%) ahead of the Nissan X-Trail, up 7 spots with 19.531 (+13.4%) and in 10th place the Volkswagen Golf with 18.689 units (+7.7%)
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for top 100 models.