11 January 2014

NZ Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Auckland - main city of NZ. A beautiful city too.

For a nation that imports large numbers of used imports each year (mainly from Japan), the growth in new cars coming across the docks is impressive. 7.2% increase for new cars after a 20% growth spurt last year has got dealers talking overseas holidays.

Toyota has a stranglehold on the market, managed very carefully is how I will put it. It has been top for decades now, in fact there are young adults that know nothing else. Holden did well, especially in promoting it's Korean sourced cars. Ford had a poor result as it's Falcon model declines. Suzuki overachieved in NZ for year, so a decline there was overdue.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Toyota 16,182 19.6% 8%

2 2 2 Holden 9,081 11.0% 15%

3 4 3 Hyundai 7,186 8.7% 1%

4 3 4 Ford 7,140 8.7% -7%

5 6 5 Mazda 5,830 7.1% 13%

6 5 6 Suzuki 4,732 5.7% -11%

7 8 7 Mitsubishi 3,988 4.8% 24%

10 10 8 VW 3,769 4.6% 30%

8 7 9 Nissan 3,645 4.4% -1%

9 9 10 Honda 3,130 3.8% 4%

11 11 11 Kia 2,755 3.3% -5%

14 13 12 BMW 1,910 2.3% 16%

13 14 13 Audi 1,821 2.2% 18%

12 12 14 Subaru 1,749 2.1% 1%

15 15 15 Chrysler 1,511 1.8% 7%

16 16 16 Mercedes 1,482 1.8% 35%

17 17 17 Peugeot 1,093 1.3% 9%

20 19 18 Ssangyong 812 1.0% 63%

18 18 19 Skoda 690 0.8% 19%

19 20 20 Lexus 551 0.7% 12%

22 21 21 MINI 490 0.6% 14%

21 22 22 Land Rover 460 0.6% 13%

25 26 23 Chery 370
63%

23 24 24 Citroen 302
22%

27 29 25 Porsche 284
72%

31 23 26 Daihatsu 261
-19%

24 25 27 Volvo 234
-4%

28 27 28 Great Wall 217
9%

26 28 29 Alfa Romeo 195
2%

30 32 30 Fiat 173
116%

29 31 31 Renault 131
22%

33 30 32 Jaguar 130
8%

34 34 33 Aston Mart 25
56%

36 34 34 Ferrari 20
25%

37 34 35 Bentley 19
19%

35 33 36 Maserati 14
-26%

- 44 37 SAIC MG 12
140%




Others 39




Total 82,433
7%

Data source: Thanks to MIA.

Corolla keeps on winning in NZ

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