06 January 2014

Australia Sales By Brand : 2013

The Toyota Hilux is popular down these parts

Vehicle sales were up 2.2% in 2013 in Australia. This figure includes all commercial vehicles too, data for exclusively commercial brands is not available. So I have listed all sales by the brands as seen below, which includes commercial sales within those brands. When you're upside down, you do things like that.

Holden Commodore SS-V is a mean machine

Yellow is for brands that decreased sales, blue for increase but market share loss and the coveted green for increased share and sales. The top listed brands didn't go that well while Toyota maintained its large advantage. Neither Chinese brands of Great Wall and Chery had a good year. Renault jumped five places and Fiat ten.


11 12 13
Sales +/-

1 1 1 Toyota 214,630 -2%

2 2 2 Holden 112,059 -2%

4 3 3 Mazda 103,144 -1%

5 4 4 Hyundai 97,006 6%

3 5 5 Ford 87,236 -4%

6 6 6 Nissan 76,733 -4%

7 7 7 Mitsubishi 71,528 22%

8 8 8 VW 54,892 0%

9 9 9 Subaru 40,200 0%

10 10 10 Honda 39,258 10%

11 11 11 Kia 29,778 -3%

13 13 12 Mercedes 27,547 23%

16 14 13 Chrysler 26,444 24%

12 12 14 Suzuki 22,075 -8%

14 15 15 BMW 20,522 11%

15 16 16 Audi 16,009 10%

19 19 17 Isuzu Ute 10,209 31%

21 18 18 Land Rover 8,350 5%

25 24 19 Renault 7,016 40%

20 21 20 Lexus 6,920 1%

17 17 21 Great Wall 6,105 -45%

22 22 22 Volvo 5,174 -4%

33 33 23 Fiat 5,088 255%

23 23 24 Peugeot 4,413 -13%

26 26 25 Skoda 3,555 2%

28 28 26 MINI 2,535 6%

38 40 27 Alfa Romeo 2,373 162%

36 34 28 Porsche 1,905 39%

- 45 29 Opel 1,610 198%

32 32 30 Ssangyong 1,507 -5%

35 31 31 Citroen 1,180 -31%

43 42 32 Jaguar 1,105 41%

29 36 33 Chery 903 -20%

34 37 34 Proton 611 -39%

- 55 35 Infiniti 304 258%

50 52 36 Maserati 134 8%

46 49 37 smart 126 -11%

55 57 38 Bentley 121 86%

Picture source: The Motor Report.

Data source: Car Advice.

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