Top 10 Passenger Cars – September 2017

The best-selling passenger cars from the month of September

Top 10 Passenger Cars – September 2017

The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling passenger vehicle in the country for the month of September, but its tally has dipped compared with the same point in 2016.

Toyota’s Corolla pipped the Mazda3 for the top spot, with 3055 examples of Toyota’s hatch rolling off showroom floors compared with Mazda’s 2776. However, both cars are down on numbers from the same month last year where they recorded 3423 and 3491 sales respectively.

The Holden Commodore ranks third in its final full month of sales before local production ceases on October 20.

Next is the Hyundai i30 with 2300 registrations, while the Toyota Camry rounds-out the top five with 2251.

In sixth place is Hyundai’s Accent with 1763 finding Australian homes, ahead of the new Volkswagen Golf, Kia Cerato, Honda Civic, and Mazda2.

Of the top 10 passenger cars for the month, the Commodore, Camry, Golf, Cerato, and Civic were the only vehicles to register an increase year on year.

Toyota, Mazda, and Hyundai can claim extra honours for having two models each in the top 10.

1.            Toyota Corolla – 3055

2.            Mazda3 – 2776

3.            Holden Commodore – 2547

4.            Hyundai i30 – 2300

5.            Toyota Camry – 2251

6.            Hyundai Accent – 1763

7.            Volkswagen Golf – 1592

8.            Kia Cerato – 1588

9.            Honda Civic – 1497

10.          Mazda2 – 1312

 

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