06 July 2016

New Zealand Sales - Brand / Jan-Jun 2016


New Zealand passenger car sales were up 1.8% in June (9,186) and 3% YTD (47,759). Not much difference as a percentage but most growth is in light commercials, which are up 10.9% for the year. One of the big growth areas in that category is pick up trucks, and they are not counted here. 72,262 used imported cars were also sold YTD so Kiwis can't seem to get enough cars.

Toyota remains top but lost market share from 18.9% in 2015 to 14.6% this year so far. Fleet sales later in the year may redress that but we will have to see. Mazda passed a falling Holden as Ford did to Hyundai. Suzuki moved ahead of Nissan and Kia arrived in the top ten at ninth.


15 16 Brand 2016 % +/-


1 1 Toyota 6,970 14.6% -23%
+20% or

3 2 Mazda 4,577 9.6% 5%
more

2 3 Holden 4,326 9.1% -16%


5 4 Ford 3,847 8.1% 26%
+1 to +19%

4 5 Hyundai 3,766 7.9% -2%


6 6 Mitsubishi 2,838 5.9% 0%
-19 to 0%

8 7 Suzuki 2,660 5.6% 21%


7 8 Nissan 2,579 5.4% 8%
-20% or

11 9 Kia 2,485 5.2% 52%
less

10 10 Honda 1,871 3.9% 3%


9 11 VW 1,859 3.9% -2%


12 12 Subaru 1,343 2.8% 18%


14 13 Mercedes 1,213 2.5% 15%


15 14 BMW 964 2.0% -2%


16 15 Audi 918 1.9% 4%


13 16 Chrysler 799 1.7% -25%


18 17 Škoda 690 1.4% 36%


17 18 Ssangyong 654 1.4% -15%


19 19 Land Rover 636 1.3% 37%


21 20 Peugeot 401 0.8% 5%


22 21 Lexus 331 0.7% 3%


24 22 Volvo 315 0.7% 24%


23 23 MINI 285 0.6% -8%


25 24 Porsche 263 0.6% 18%


20 25 Fiat 220 0.5% -45%


30 26 Jaguar 163 0.3% 85%


28 27 Isuzu 138 0.3% 37%


27 28 Citroën 137 0.3% 22%


28 29 Chery 102 0.2% 1%


32 30 Alfa Romeo 84 0.2% 59%


26 31 Renault 53 0.1% -54%


31 32 Yamaha 46 0.1% -15%


33 33 Maserati 40 0.1% 21%


34 34 Can Am 35 0.1% 34%


48 35 LDV 26 0.1% n/a


40 36 Ferrari 19 0.0% 99%


37 37 Bentley 19 0.0% 26%


36 38 Mahindra 18 0.0% 2%


41 40 Lamborghini 12 0.0% 99%


42 41 Mclaren 12 0.0% 165%


35 39 Aston Martin 12 0.0% -34%


39 42 Tesla 11 0.0% 4%


38 43 SAIC MG 5 0.0% -64%




Others 17




Total 47,759
-49.8


Source: MIA.
Picture source: Toyota NZ.

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