Sales cars: Australia – April 2016: Ford surpasses Holden for the first time in 17 years

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Ford has increased its sales by an astonishing 33%

car sales Australia continue at record pace. In the first four months of the year have been achieved to commercialize 372.899 vehicles, 4% more than the previous year, to progress towards a new historical mark in the sales figures. In April were achieved 87.571 enrollment, 7.2% more than in the same month of 2015.

Hyundai i30 is fashion, and in march he was the leader of sales. The secret of their good results are the significant discounts offered and, as we told you in the previous month, the offerings also continued this month so it is not surprising that the i30 has repeated it in the first place.

The Korean model is imposed with authority, and improves its data from April 2015 a spectacular 80%, taking advantage of the stumbling of the two models that usually vying for first place: the Toyota Corolla (which falls back to fourth place) and the Mazda3 (which falls to fifth place).

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The strategy of Hyundai with the i30 is working flawlessly

ahead of these are placed two pick-ups, a segment is very popular in the australian market. This is the Toyota Hilux, which yields the silver, and the Ford Ranger, which is left with the bronze. Both models benefit from its renovations for 2015 and up will demand a 21% and 35% respectively.

In regard to the data of the manufacturers, Toyota maintain a tight first set with Hyundai and Mazda on the podium. Ford has won a brilliant fourth place, a position that he could not from years ago, and that has allowed him to be ahead of Holden in the ranking of manufacturers: it is something that has not happened since January 1999.

Sales model

cars sold on the australian market are:

Ranking Model Sales April’16 Sales 2016 (jan-apr) Ranking 2016 (jan-apr)
1 Hyundai i30 4.143 12.654 4
2 Toyota Hilux 3.384 12.883 1
3 Ford Ranger 2.973 11.006 5
4 Toyota Corolla 2.959 12.784 2
5 Mazda3 2.512 12.733 3
6 Holden Commodore 1.908 8.040 6
7 Volkswagen Golf 1.811 7.119 9
8 Mazda CX-5 1.675 7.833 7
9 Mazda CX-3 1.604 6.131 11
10 Hyundai Accent 1.555 5.334 16
11 Toyota RAV4 1.524 5.945 12
12 Toyota Camry 1.511 5.410 14
13 Toyota Land Cruiser 1.349 3.504 28
14 Toyota Prado 1.329 5.049 18
15 Hyundai Tucson 1.302 6.485 10

Sales by brand

The data of registrations of the trademark are the following:

Ranking Brand Sales, April’16 Sales by 2016 (jan-apr) Ranking 2016 (jan-apr)
1 Toyota 16.567 63.060 1
2 Hyundai 8.643 33.045 3
3 Mazda 8.461 38.911 2
4 Ford 6.842 25.483 5
5 Holden 6.710 29.229 4
6 Volkswagen 4.732 19.311 8
7 Mitsubishi 4.178 22.385 6
8 Nissan 4.044 21.407 7
9 Mercedes 3.303 13.366 10
10 Subaru 3.156 14.924 9
11 Kia 3.025 12.574 11
12 BMW 2.456 9.934 13
13 Honda 2.107 11.705 12
14 Audi 1.726 7.886 14
15 Isuzu 1.598 7.210 15
16 Suzuki 1.328 6.470 16
17 Jeep 1.070 4.857 18
18 Renault 988 3.266 19
19 Land Rover 926 5.019 17
20 Lexus 802 2.988 20
21 Volvo 406 1.889 21
22 Skoda 370 1.433 23
23 Peugeot 365 1.401 24
24 Porsche 336 1.753 22
25 Mini 303 1.211 25
26 Fiat 265 1.059 26
27 Jaguar 189 869 27
28 LDV 110 486 28
29 Citroen 64 332 29
30 Alfa Romeo 63 295 30
31 Foton 60 288 31
32 Infiniti 50 241 32
33 Chrysler 47 182 36
34 Dodge 46 191 33
35 Maserati 44 184 35
36 SsangYong 41 188 34
37 Ram 29 83 38
38 Proton 14 87 37
39 Ferrari 13 59 39
40 Aston Martin 13 42 41
41 Lamborghini 8 52 40
42 Bentley 7 30 42
43 Great Wall 6 7 46
44 Rolls-Royce 3 8 44
45 McLaren 2 10 43
46 Chery 2 8 45