Isuzu D-max jumps up the sales charts and Toyota leads the market in a strong month for Aussie car sales. Car sales are booming once again following a trough of poor months during the peak of lockdowns when consumer sentiment was wavering. However, sales are now exceeding 100,000 units per
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Holden sales hit zero and Chinese manufactured cars overtook German in a bonza January new car sales boost. New car sales are surging across the board with Aussies purchasing more cars last month than in many recent Januaries. But things have changed significantly in just a few years according to
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March was not a good month for car sales in Australia, though a few car makers bucked the negative trend. THE AUSTRALIAN car market has posted its 24th month of slowing sales, as March 2020 recorded a horror show for most brands, the industry as a whole moving 81,690 units
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August returned another poor month of sales for the Australian automotive sector.
Sales of SUVs and commercial vehicles have seen figures for August this year up by 4.6% against the same month in 2015.
July new car sales suggest the country is heading for another record-breaking year with current sales up 2.8% on the same period last year.
Back in 2007 the Australian new cars industry passed the magic one million sales, and in 2015 another record was set. But is that growth, or keeping pace?
Australian new car sales hit 98,639 vehicles in November, pushing new vehicle sales to 1,055,792 with one month still left in the year.
Australian new car sales rose 3.4% in October with 94,321 new passenger cars, SUVs and commercial vehicles finding driveways to call home.