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New Zealand June 2018: 5 pickups in Top 6, LDV T60 breaks into Top 30

LDV sales are up 109% year-on-year in June, boosted by the T60 now in the Top 30.

* See the Top 70 All-brands and Top 30 models by clicking on the title *

The New Zealand new vehicle market dips 5.1% year-on-year in June to 15.172 units yet the comparison set was exceptionally high since June 2017 was an all-time record monthly volume (15.985). Passenger cars are down 4.5% to 9.725 and commercial vehicles are down 6.1% to 5.447. Year-to-date, sales are up 1.1% to a new record 80.036 registrations, the first time in New Zealand history that the half-year mark crosses the 80.000 milestone. This time passenger cars are up 1.9% to 53.036 and commercials gain 3.1% to 27.000. Toyota (-26%) continues to dominate the brands ranking despite a steep decline, with Ford (-4%) and Holden (-6%) rounding up the podium ahead of Mitsubishi (+9%) and Mazda (-7%). Nissan (+16%) is the only Top 10 brand posting a double-digit gain with LDV (+109%), Jeep (+33%), Honda (+18%), Audi (+12%) and Skoda (+10%) also making themselves noticed. Model-wise, the Ford Ranger (-11%) posts its third ever month above 1.000 sales after June 2017 and May 2018, keeping the Toyota RAV4 (+65%) at a comfortable distance while the Toyota Hilux (-33%) drops to #3. The Holden Colorado (-13%), Mitsubishi Triton (+9%) and Nissan Navara (+26%) make it five pickups in the Top 6 like last month. Excellent performances of the Holden Captiva (+55%) and Mitsubishi ASX (+50%) just as the Hyundai Kona (#19) tops recent launches ahead of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (#26) and LDV T60 (#30) breaking into the NZ Top 30 for the very first time.

Previous month: New Zealand May 2018: Ford Ranger posts 2nd ever four-digit sales figure

One year ago: New Zealand June 2017: Ranger hits highest volume in record market

Full June 2018 Top 70 All-brands and Top 30 models below.

New Zealand June 2018 – brands:

PosBrandJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1Toyota2,45816.2%-26%113,98617.5%-11%11
2Ford1,62910.7%-4%28,75210.9%-13%22
3Holden1,2768.4%-6%46,4308.0%-20%33
4Mitsubishi1,2348.1%9%55,9207.4%-10%55
5Mazda1,0647.0%-7%36,1897.7%-12%44
6Hyundai8795.8%-4%64,0335.0%-16%76
7Nissan7595.0%16%74,1615.2%-12%67
8Volkswagen6574.3%-1%102,9963.7%-17%1010
9Kia6394.2%2%83,6594.6%-8%89
10Suzuki5663.7%-17%93,4394.3%-21%98
11Honda5213.4%18%112,8093.5%5%1111
12Isuzu4543.0%-9%132,0592.6%-17%1212
13Subaru3232.1%-17%121,8282.3%-6%1314
14Mercedes3042.0%-17%141,6012.0%-22%1413
15LDV2651.7%109%161,0391.3%52%1618
16Audi2131.4%12%151,0691.3%-15%1515
17BMW1701.1%4%171,0201.3%-13%1716
18Skoda1701.1%10%208241.0%10%1820
19Jeep1691.1%33%187771.0%14%1921
20Land Rover1240.8%1%195510.7%-22%2122
21Fuso1220.8%24%244530.6%-20%2423
22SsangYong920.6%-28%236610.8%-28%2017
23Peugeot790.5%16%215470.7%34%2224
24Hino700.5%8%283480.4%-6%2728
25Fiat680.4%-27%224780.6%-25%2319
26Lexus660.4%10%253950.5%-1%2525
27Foton610.4%-49%273310.4%-26%2826
28Mini560.4%-23%263800.5%-5%2627
29Volvo530.3%6%293110.4%-5%2929
30Mahindra510.3%467%421470.2%96%3644
31Haval490.3%n/a302510.3%12450%3047
32Jaguar480.3%85%361930.2%-1%3333
33Renault390.3%0%332000.2%-8%3230
34Scania370.2%68%371250.2%-24%4138
35Porsche330.2%14%352090.3%-9%3132
36Tesla320.2%0%541470.2%18%3739
37BCI290.2%n/a300.0%-21%5554
38DAF240.2%-25%411520.2%-1%3537
39UD Trucks230.2%21%401180.1%-22%4236
40Kenworth220.1%-8%381420.2%15%3941
41MAN220.1%38%321090.1%1%4342
42Alfa Romeo220.1%5%48590.1%-29%4746
43Alexander Dennis200.1%186%46430.1%79%4959
44Volvo Trucks160.1%-47%311590.2%-35%3431
45Iveco160.1%-33%341420.2%4%3834
46Great Wall160.1%-38%43890.1%-17%4443
47Seat160.1%new45680.1%new4666
48Citroen150.1%-46%391270.2%-4%4040
49Maserati100.1%0%44690.1%-32%4545
50Freightliner70.0%0%49350.0%21%5149
51Aston Martin70.0%75%57300.0%-27%5451
52Dodge50.0%-84%52330.0%-81%5235
53Yamaha40.0%0%51460.1%-4%4848
54Can-Am40.0%100%53230.0%0%5755
55Mack30.0%-67%55410.1%3%5050
56Ram30.0%-50%62160.0%-58%5952
57Lamborghini30.0%200%64110.0%-15%6264
58Infiniti30.0%0%6070.0%-83%6453
59Chevrolet30.0%n/a50.0%67%6777
60Ferrari20.0%-60%47330.0%560%5360
61Bentley20.0%0%50280.0%0%5656
62McLaren20.0%n/a56200.0%5%5857
63International20.0%-33%61150.0%15%6062
64Sinotruk20.0%-50%63140.0%-18%6158
65MG10.0%n/a5870.0%75%6567
66King Long10.0%n/a20.0%-67%7769
67Tadano10.0%n/a10.0%n/a8281
68Zhongtong10.0%new10.0%new84 –
69Western Star00.0%-100%110.0%0%6361
70Rolls-Royce00.0%-100%5960.0%20%6668

New Zealand June 2018 – models:

PosModelJun-18%/17May2018%/17PosFY17
1Ford Ranger1,0496.9%-11%15,1706.5%4%11
2Toyota RAV46784.5%65%72,0682.6%3%74
3Toyota Hilux6464.3%-33%23,9344.9%-3%22
4Holden Colorado5673.7%-13%62,4423.1%2%35
5Mitsubishi Triton5073.3%9%52,2682.8%6%56
6Nissan Navara3652.4%26%42,0732.6%22%69
7Toyota Corolla3602.4%-29%102,3262.9%0%43
8Mazda CX-53282.2%6%81,9022.4%22%88
9Kia Sportage2931.9%-1%91,6302.0%-10%97
10Isuzu D-Max2861.9%-15%141,2961.6%-5%1213
11Holden Captiva2821.9%55%111,1511.4%-3%1418
12Mitsubishi ASX2651.7%50%278091.0%-20%2514
13Hyundai Tucson2551.7%13%n/a9151.1%-23%2216
14Suzuki Swift2431.6%-18%121,5662.0%21%1015
15Honda Jazz2411.6%n/a191,0131.3%n/a18n/a
16Toyota Hiace2271.5%-25%171,1261.4%-27%1510
17Mitsubishi Outlander2221.5%-29%181,1771.5%-20%1311
18Mazda BT-502021.3%0%151,0321.3%-1%1617
19Hyundai Kona1941.3%new209661.2%new20n/a
20Nissan Qashqai1901.3%n/a331,0171.3%n/a1721
21VW Tiguan1881.2%-2%218961.1%-27%2323
22Hyundai Santa Fe1621.1%-29%13n/an/an/an/a26
23Ford Escape1491.0%n/an/a5810.7%#DIV/0!n/a25
24Nissan X-Trail1481.0%-3%286710.8%-24%n/a24
25Subaru Outback1430.9%-19%31n/an/an/an/an/a
26Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross1380.9%new257470.9%newn/a –
27Honda CR-V1370.9%n/a328471.1%n/a24n/a
28Ford Transit1370.9%n/a295930.7%n/an/an/a
29Mazda31360.9%13%221,0121.3%13%1922
30LDV T601350.9%newn/a4900.6%newn/an/a

Source: MIA, Autotalk

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