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
Last chance to get a V8 Landcruiser before they all run out… Toyota dominated Vfacts reporting for Australian car sales in March 2021 with four of the top ten selling models all belonging to the Japanese brand. While it is no surprise that the omnipresent Hilux ute took out number
The Australian new car sales chart is quickly changing with 2021 showing that China and in particular SAIC Motor brand MG and competitor GWM are fast becoming popular options for buyers. As we reported last month, January saw China become the fourth largest country of origin for new car sales
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
Toyota Rav4 climbs to the top of the sales chart for the first month since going on sale in Australia. But sales across the board continue to sink. Toyota’s Rav4 topped the sales chart last month, the first time the SUV has ever taken the number one spot in Australia
Car sales in April 2020 fell off a cliff, as lockdowns and job losses took their hold on the Australian economy. THE LATEST Vfacts results clearly demonstrate that Australia is enduring one of the hardest economic moments of its history, with car sales for April 2020 the lowest ever recorded
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
The FCAI has released its Vfacts report for February and none of it’s good news unless you were one of the brands which bucked the downward sales trend. There were close to 300 fewer cars sold every day last month compared to February 2019, making February 2020 the 23rd month
August returned another poor month of sales for the Australian automotive sector.
The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries has released new car sales for April showing an 8.9% drop compared to April 2018 sales.
The new car market might have softened in October but sales of SUVs has continued to strengthen at the expense of passenger car sales, according to figures from VFACTS.
Australian new car sales are continuing apace and, in May, sales of SUVs overtook passenger car sales…