The Toyota Camry goes up to the fourth position
enrolments for the australian market have barely grown a modest 0.3% in November with 98.937 cars registered. Despite this the figures are still at record pace, with a total of 1.079.370 units sold (+2.2%) in the first 11 months of the year.
The three first positions of the ranking models are identical to those obtained in October. In this way, it repeats the duel pick-ups at the top of the table with the Toyota Hilux again over Ford Ranger. Both vehicles stand out from the rest of the components of the segment thanks to their new generations.
Tony Weber, chief executive of the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industry (FCAI), explains the popularity of this type of cars in Australia: “private buyers are increasingly using pick-ups double cab as a work vehicle during the work week and as a recreational vehicle the weekend. Positioned as an alternative to traditional tourism. Most participants in this market of light commercial vehicles are on the way in the next few years, so we can only expect this segment to grow”.
The Ford Ranger equals its best historical position in this market
The silver medal in the classification is attributed to the non-combustible Toyota Corolla. The Toyota Camry has gone up positions standing in the fourth place, and in this way, the japanese manufacturer has given clear signs of their strength in the australian market: three of the four models sold in Australia are yours.
Among the manufacturers, as was expected Toyota keeps his ruthless leadership with nearly double the sales than his immediate pursuer, Mazda. The third position is for Hyundai and follows behind Holden, one more month seeing as how your claim is significantly reduced (-13% in comparison with November of 2015).
The most popular cars on the australian market are:
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Sales by brand
The brands with the most sales in Australia are:
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