Australian New Car sales Figures 2013

Toyota Corolla 2013 best selling car

Toyota Corolla 2013 best selling car

VFACTS released the Australian car sales figures for 2013, with a total of 1,136,227 in Australia making it another year of record sales in this country.
Top Vehicle sold in 2013 goes to the Toyota Corolla followed by Mazda3, Toyota HiLux, Hyundai i30, Holden Commodore, Toyota Camry, Mitsubishi Triton, Holden Cruze, Nissan Navara and the Ford Ranger rounds out the top 10.
You can also tell how fragmented the Australian market is, as while the SUV segment continues to grow with sales which now accounting for nearly 30% of new cars sold in Australia still no SUV’s are able to crack the top 10 sellers list, the boomed parts of the SUV segment is the small and medium SUV’s with sales rising 23.3% and 8.6% respectively from 2012.
Large car sales continued to fall in 2013 with sales down by over 14% compared to 2012, although sales dropped the Commodore still managed 5th on the top 10 sellers list despite being down 9% on 2012 although part of that can attributed to the drop in sales before the new VF Commodore was released.
As expected small car sales continue to rise up by 5.6% on 2012 while Medium car sales were down 12.6%.

Top 10 Sellers 2013
1 Toyota Corolla      – 43,498
2 Mazda3              – 42,082
3 Toyota HiLux        – 39,931
4 Hyundai i30         – 30,582
5 Holden Commodore    – 27,766
6 Toyota Camry        – 24,860
7 Mitsubishi Triton   – 24,512
8 Holden Cruze        – 24,421
9 Nissan Navara       – 24,108
10 Ford Ranger        – 21,572

Top 10 manufacturers 2013
1 Toyota      – 214,630
2 Holden      – 112,059
3 Mazda       – 103,144
4 Hyundai     – 97,006
5 Ford        – 87,236
6 Nissan      – 76,733
7 Mitsubishi  – 71,528
8 Volkswagen – 54,892
9 Subaru      – 40,200
10 Honda      – 39,258

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