The Nissan X-Trail leads its segment for the first time
If nothing strange happens, 2015 will be the year with the highest volume of car sales Australia. In November, we have enrolled 98.639 units, 6.9% in the same month of the previous year, and raises the annual total to 1.055.792 cars (+3.9 per cent). Very close to the record that was achieved in 2013 with a brand 1.136.227 units.
Mazda3 dates back two positions compared to October to become the third rung of the podium while the Toyota Corolla retrieves the first square and the Toyota Hilux is left with the second place. The Corolla and Mazda3 have been the only two cars that have been all the months of the year inside the Top 5.
One of its rivals in the segment, the Hyundai i30, you lose some of the bellows this month. The Korean has always been shown as the alternative of the compact Mazda and Toyota but this time it has fallen to seventh place despite having been a leader of the market in June and September. Their sales have been reduced 13%.
The all-new Ford Ranger is a step of the podium
In 2015, Toyota will add 13 years in a row as the best-selling brand in Australia
For the first time the Nissan X-Trail (9) has positioned itself as the SUV sold in the country. With regard to the data of November of 2014, sales of the japanese model have almost doubled (+92%), a magnificent figure that has enabled him to overcome the Mazda CX-5 (10th).
it is Not only good news for the manufacturer of Yokohama, which has seen its newly released Nissan NP300 Navara ascends to a brilliant eighth position. Speaking of pick-ups, we should also mention that the Ford Ranger again to equal his best mark, fourth, for the second consecutive month.
The australian public continues to show their distaste with the local brands and have shifted their demand towards cars from the land of the Rising Sun. In fact, seven cars in the Top 10 are japanese, Toyota and Mazda lead the ranking of manufacturers and Nissan is the brand’s fastest-growing (+39%).
Sales by model
The ranking of cars sold in Australia is the following:
|Ranking||Model||Sales November’15||Sales 2015 (jan-nov)||Ranking 2015 (jan-nov)|
|8||Nissan NP300 Navara||2.291||13.029||19|
Sales by brand
enrolment signed by manufacturers are as follows:
|Ranking||Brand||Sales November’15||Sales 2015 (jan-nov)||Ranking 2015 (jan-nov)|