Australia Best selling cars in 2019 confirmed the leadership of the two pick ups made by Toyota and Ford, while the growing availability of the last generation allowed to the Toyota Corolla to take back a place in the podium. The Mazda3 slipped down in 7th position.
Australian best selling car ranking, in 2019 did not show many surprises towards the usual ranking, with the market dominated by pick-ups and sedan, although we must highlight the Mazda3’s sharp drop.
Looking at the 2019 ranking, the leader was again the Toyota Hilux with 4.6% of market share, followed by the Ford Ranger – which has grown by over 2 points of share since 2010 – with 3.9% and the Toyota Corolla, which finally benefited from the new generation availability and is back on podium with 2.9% share.
In fourth position, the Hyundai i30, up one spot from the previous year, with 2.7% of share, ahead of the Mitsubishi Triton at 2.5% and Mazda3, which after reaching 4.3% in 2011 has steadily decline, ending the 2019 at 2.4%.
In fifth place the Hyundai I30 with 16.628 units (-3.1%) ahead of the Mazda CX-5 with 16.116 (+0.2%) and the Mitsubishi Triton with 14.281 sales (-6.2%).
Fast-growing cars were the Kia Cerato, the Mitsubishi Outlander and the Subaru Forester.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for top 50 models.