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Australia 9 months 2012: Now with Top 293 All-models ranking!

Sales of Nissan X-Trail are up 25% year-on-year in Australia

* NOW UPDATED with the Top 293 All-models ranking! Click on title to see *

Thanks to Autoblog Español and David I can now share with you the sales figures for absolutely all models sold in Australia over the first 9 months of 2012! You can see the September 2012 updated Top 30 models ranking here. As a reminder new vehicle sales in Australia are up 9% year-on-year over the period to 822,674 units, on track to beat the all-time Full Year sales record set in 2007. Outside the familiar Top 10 and the usual suspects (Mazda3, Toyota Hilux and Corolla), notice the Toyota Prado up from #28 in 2011 to #12 with 13,239 sales and 1.6%, the Nissan X-Trail up 7 spots to #15 and the Mazda CX-5 landing directly at #18 with 11,528 units and 1.4%.

While the Holden Commodore is still Holden's best-seller for now at #4, albeit only 335 sales above the Cruze, Ford's top sellers are totally reshuffled this year: the Ford Falcon, the brand's best-seller here for 50 consecutive years, ranks #21 year-to-date and is passed by the Focus at #14 (+5), the Ranger at #16 (-1) and the Territory at #19 (-3). Ford's top sellers brought to you by carsales.com.au.

Sales of Hyundai Elantra have doubled year-on-year

Further down, the Nissan Dualis is up 10 ranks and 31% to #24, the Hyundai i20 up 11 to #25, the Subaru XV arrives at #34, the Honda Civic is up 13 to #35 thanks to the new generation of the model, the Hyundai Elantra up a huge 24 spots to #38, the Great Wall V-Series breaks into the Australian year-to-date Top 50 for the first time, up 12 ranks on 2011 to #44 with 5,920 units and 0.7%, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is up 28 to #47, the Hyundai Accent up 22 to #49 and the VW Amarok up 28 to #59.

The VW Amarok is up 156% year-on-year

The Hyundai Veloster screeches its way directly to #72 and with 2,925 sales it is already the best-selling sportscar in the country. Among other newcomers, the Toyota Prius c arrives at #108 with 1,377 units, the Toyota 86 ranks #118 at 1,150 units, the Audi Q3 is #128 with 1,007 sales, the Ford Kuga is #140 at 805 units...

Nissan Almera

...the Nissan Almera arrives at #179 with 330 sales, the Peugeot 4008 #181 at 305 units, the Subaru BRZ #207 with 148 sales, the Opel Astra #222 at 100 units, the VW Up! #229 at 85 sales, the Opel Insignia #253 at 44, the Citroen C4 Aircross #254 at 42, the Peugeot 208 #256 at 39, the Infinti FX #263 at 31, the Opel Corsa #265 at 30, the McLaren MP4-12C #271 at 19 sales and the Infinti M #274 with 15 units sold.

Previous post: Australia: More detailed 1980's Historical Data now available!

September post: Australia September 2012: Mazda3 and Hyundai i30 at record heights

October 2012 Sydney Motor Show Special:

Part 1: Toyota: "Hilux won't be #1 in 2012", Mazda: "Too close to call"

Part 2: Hyundai gets sporty, Volkswagen and Kia power on

Part 3: Newcomer Opel refines target, Skoda aims at Top 15

Great Wall Australia Special: An interview with Daniel Cotterill from Great Wall

Full 9 months 2012 Top 293 All-models Ranking Table below.

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  1. August 1st, 2013 at 03:32 | #1

    Ive had our VW transporter for about twenty years right now
    and even though I enjoy it lots, it can be a pain.
    Owning an older Transporter is mostly about pre-emptive care…don’t let it get to you before you get to it!

  2. Anthony
    October 27th, 2012 at 08:24 | #2

    This list of all the models sales in Australia is the most interesring of ALL world markets,as there is so much competition,thanks once again Matt,great job.

    • matgasnier
      October 27th, 2012 at 12:46 | #3

      No worries Anthony! Glad you like it.
      cheers
      Matt

  3. Paul
    October 26th, 2012 at 21:46 | #4

    Lexus LS 10? How the mighty have fallen.

  4. David
    October 26th, 2012 at 11:43 | #5

    iLoad is 4766, while Hiace van is 4858 (does not include the Hiace “bus”).

  5. David
    October 26th, 2012 at 11:41 | #6

    Hi Matt, a few corrections – Polo is 3887. Accent is 5629. Amarok is 4649. Ford Ute is 4421. Barina and Spark figures are both wrong – Barina is 9700, while Spark is 1083 (shouldn’t be on list).

    • matgasnier
      October 26th, 2012 at 12:11 | #7

      Many thanks for this David!
      Article and table now corrected.
      Best,
      Matt

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