Australia’s best-selling cars in June

The best sellers from June, segment by segment

Australia’s best-selling cars in June
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Aussies can’t seem to get enough new cars, with sales figures showing continued growth overall both year-to-date and month–on-month compared to 2017.

In total, a record-breaking 134,171 cars were sold in June, bringing the year-to-date tally to 599,552 nationally and putting Australia on track for a  circa-1.2 million total for the 2017 calendar year.

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Private sales accounted for 68,150 cars being sold last month, but business/fleet sales boomed to 52,039.

To help decipher the figures, we’ve crunched the data and listed every segment, its top three sellers, and how many units were sold for each last month. Enjoy.

Top 10 outright

  1. Toyota Hilux (5461)
  2. Ford Ranger (5051)
  3. Toyota Corolla (3830)
  4. Hyundai Tucson (3741)
  5. Mazda 3 (34910)
  6. Hyundai i30 (3471)
  7. Toyota Camry (3191)
  8. Mitsubishi Triton (2995)
  9. Mazda CX-5 (2487)
  10. Toyota RAV4 (2460)
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Micro cars

  1. Kia Picanto (380)
  2. Holden Spark (99)
  3. Fiat 500 / Abarth (94)

Light under $25k

  1. Hyundai Accent (1874)
  2. Mazda 2 (1399)
  3. Toyota Yaris (1299)

Light car over $25k

  1. Mini Hatch (218)
  2. Audi A1 (118)
  3. Mini Clubman (35)

Small car under $40k

  1. Toyota Corolla (3830)
  2. Mazda 3 (3490)
  3. Hyundai i30 (3471)
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Small car over $40k

  1. Mercedes-Benz A-Class (666)
  2. Audi A3 (524)
  3. BMW 1 Series (307)

Medium car under $60k

  1. Toyota Camry (3191)
  2. Mazda 6 (377)
  3. Volkswagen Passat (322)

Medium car over $60k

  1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class (993)
  2. Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class (389)
  3. BMW 3 Series (291)
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Large car under $70k

  1. Holden Commodore (2054)
  2. Toyota Aurion (358)
  3. Skoda Superb (123)

Large car over $70k

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-Class (231)
  2. BMW 5 Series (107)
  3. Audi A6 (59)

Upper Large car under $100k

  1. Holden Caprice (34)
  2. Chrysler 300 (30)

Upper Large car over $100k

  1. BMW 7 Series (24)
  2. Mercedes-Benz S-Class (16)
  3. Porsche Panamera (16)

People mover under $60k

  1. Kia Carnival (551)
  2. Honda Odyssey (115)
  3. Volkswagen Multivan (124)

People mover over $60k

  1. Mercedes-Benz V Class (83)
  2. Mercedes-Benz Valente (49)

Sports car under $80k

  1. Ford Mustang (1276)
  2. Hyundai Veloster (322)
  3. Toyota 86 (173)
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Sports cars over $80k

  1. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Cabriolet (272)
  2. Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe/Cabriolet (107)
  3. BMW 4 Series Coupe /Cabriolet (87)

Sports car over $200k

  1. Porsche 911 (42)
  2. Ferrari Coupe/Convertible (22)
  3. Lamborghini Coupe/Convertible (14)

Small SUV under $40K

  1. Mitsubishi ASX (2247)
  2. Mazda CX-3 (1974)
  3. Honda HR-V (1606)

Small SUV over $40k

  1. BMW X1 (464)
  2. Audi Q3 (336)
  3. Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class (291)

Medium SUV under $60k

  1. Hyundai Tucson (3741)
  2. Mazda CX-5 (2487)
  3. Toyota Rav4 (2460)
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Medium SUV over $60k

  1. Land Rover Discovery Sport (517)
  2. BMW X3 (448)
  3. Lexus NX (434)

Large SUV under $70k

  1. Toyota Prado (1971)
  2. Toyota Kluger (1464)
  3. Subaru Outback (1180)

Large SUV over $70k

  1. BMW X5 (359)
  2. Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class (315)
  3. Audi Q7 (304)

Upper Large SUV under $100k

  1. Toyota Landcruiser Wagon (1255)
  2. Nissan Patrol Wagon (68)

Upper Large SUV over $100k

  1. Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class (92)
  2. Land Rover Range Rover (43)
  3. Lexus LX (24)

4x4 dual cab utes

  1. Ford Ranger (4449)
  2. Toyota Hilux (3938)
  3. Mitsubishi Triton (2657)
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4x2 dual cab utes

  1. Toyota Hilux (1523)
  2. Isuzu Ute D-Max (645)
  3. Mazda BT-50 (607)

 

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