Australia - Automotive Sales volume, 2022



Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2022

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Flash report, Nov 2022

Dec 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales increase 17.9% in November
On December 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 95,080 units in November 2022 represented an increase 17.9% over November 2021.
The automotive sector is continuing to recover from pandemic related shutdowns, a global shortage of microprocessors and the general supply chain uncertainty it experienced over the last two years. While this is positive news, many customers are still facing extended wait times for their vehicle, with expected delivery dates for some models beyond 12 months.
New vehicle sales of 993,509 units in the first eleven months of the year represented an 2.3% increase from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 16,692 units in November represented a 0.8% decrease from the same period in 2021,
SUV sales of 52,395 units represented an 31.9% increase, LCV sales of 21,449 units represented an 6.1% increase and MHCV sales of 4,544 units represented an 18.0% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 31.9% to 20,107 units, Mazda sales increased 42.6% to 7,549 units, Ford sales increased 15.3% to 7,165 units, Kia sales increased 24.5% to 6,120 units and Mitsubishi sales decreased 2.8% to 5,559 units, compared to November 2021.
The best-selling cars in November 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux , Ford Ranger and Toyota Corolla.


New vehicle sales by type
Type Nov. 2022 Nov. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Nov.
2022
Jan.-Nov.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 16,692 16,832 -0.8% 188,115 207,060 -9.1%
SUV 52,395 39,733 31.9% 525,537 491,351 7.0%
Commercial Vehicles 21,449 20,222 6.1% 236,837 233,338 1.5%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,544 3,852 18.0% 43,020 39,680 8.4%
Total 95,080 80,639 17.9% 993,509 971,429 2.3%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands
- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Nov. Share Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share
1 Toyota 20,107 21.1% 15,239 18.9% 31.9% 214,776 21.6% 207,405 21.4% 3.6%
2 Mazda 7,549 7.9% 5,295 6.6% 42.6% 87,218 8.8% 94,041 9.7% -7.3%
3 Ford 7,165 7.5% 6,215 7.7% 15.3% 60,463 6.1% 65,946 6.8% -8.3%
4 Kia 6,120 6.4% 4,915 6.1% 24.5% 72,700 7.3% 63,084 6.5% 15.2%
5 Mitsubishi 5,559 5.8% 5,720 7.1% -2.8% 72,064 7.3% 62,075 6.4% 16.1%
6 Hyundai 5,519 5.8% 6,854 8.5% -19.5% 68,911 6.9% 67,138 6.9% 2.6%
7 MG 5,497 5.8% 3,743 4.6% 46.9% 44,388 4.5% 35,757 3.7% 24.1%
8 Subaru 3,701 3.9% 2,712 3.4% 36.5% 31,965 3.2% 34,211 3.5% -6.6%
9 Volkswagen 3,045 3.2% 3,098 3.8% -1.7% 27,887 2.8% 38,325 3.9% -27.2%
10 GWM 2,914 3.1% 1,972 2.4% 47.8% 21,747 2.2% 16,864 1.7% 29.0%
  Others 27,904 29.3% 24,876 30.8% 12.2% 291,390 29.3% 286,583 29.5% 1.7%
Total 95,080 100.0% 80,639 100.0% 17.9% 993,509 100.0% 971,429 100.0% 2.3%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, Oct 2022

Nov 4, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales increase 16.9% in October
On November 4, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 87,299 units in October 2022 represented an increase 16.9% over October 2021.
New vehicle sales of 898,429 units in the first ten months of the year represented an 0.9% increase from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 13,321 units in October represented a 16.5% decrease from the same period in 2021,
SUV sales of 48,463 units represented an 37.1% increase, LCV sales of 21,447 units represented an 10.9% increase and MHCV sales of 4,068 units represented an 1.4% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 18.6% to 18,259 units, Ford sales increased 43.2% to 7,823 units, Kia sales increased 31.5% to 6,380 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 42.3% to 5,982 units and Mazda sales increased 11.5% to 5,775 units, compared to October 2021.
The best-selling cars in October 2022, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux and Toyota Rav4.


New vehicle sales by type
Type Oct. 2022 Oct. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Oct.
2022
Jan.-Oct.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 13,321 15,952 -16.5% 171,423 190,228 -9.9%
SUV 48,463 35,343 37.1% 473,142 451,618 4.8%
Commercial Vehicles 21,447 19,344 10.9% 215,388 213,116 1.1%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,068 4,011 1.4% 38,476 35,828 7.4%
Total 87,299 74,650 16.9% 898,429 890,790 0.9%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Oct. Share Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share
1 Toyota 18,259 20.9% 15,395 20.6% 18.6% 194,669 21.7% 192,166 21.6% 1.3%
2 Ford 7,823 9.0% 5,462 7.3% 43.2% 53,298 5.9% 59,731 6.7% -10.8%
3 Kia 6,380 7.3% 4,853 6.5% 31.5% 66,580 7.4% 58,169 6.5% 14.5%
4 Mitsubishi 5,982 6.9% 4,203 5.6% 42.3% 66,505 7.4% 56,355 6.3% 18.0%
5 Mazda 5,775 6.6% 5,181 6.9% 11.5% 79,669 8.9% 88,746 10.0% -10.2%
6 Hyundai 5,289 6.1% 6,115 8.2% -13.5% 63,392 7.1% 60,284 6.8% 5.2%
7 MG 5,031 5.8% 3,136 4.2% 60.4% 38,891 4.3% 32,014 3.6% 21.5%
8 Volkswagen 3,199 3.7% 2,912 3.9% 9.9% 24,842 2.8% 35,227 4.0% -29.5%
9 Isuzu Ute 2,865 3.3% 2,365 3.2% 21.1% 30,020 3.3% 30,802 3.5% -2.5%
10 GWM 2,462 2.8% 1,692 2.3% 45.5% 18,833 2.1% 14,892 1.7% 26.5%
  Others 24,234 27.8% 23,336 31.3% 3.8% 261,730 29.1% 262,404 29.5% -0.3%
Total 87,299 100.0% 74,650 100.0% 16.9% 898,429 100.0% 890,790 100.0% 0.9%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, Sep 2022

Oct 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Australian new vehicle sales increase 12.3% in September
On October 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 93,555 units in September 2022 represented an increase 12.3% over September 2021.
New vehicle sales of 811,130 units in the first nine months of the year represented a 0.6% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 17,490 units in September represented a 5.6% decrease from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 49,643 units represented an 21.6% increase, LCV sales of 22,252 units represented an 11.1% increase and MHCV sales of 4,170 units represented an 6.5% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales decreased 26.5% to 14,852 units, Kia sales increased 41.4% to 7,290 units, Mazda sales increased 10.7% to 7,259 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 47.3% to 6,784 units and Ford sales increased 15.2% to 6,635 units, compared to September 2021.
The best-selling cars in September 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hi-Lux , Ford Ranger and Tesla Model Y .

New vehicle sales by type
Type Sep. 2022 Sep. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep.
2022
Jan.-Sep.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 17,490 18,531 -5.6% 158,102 174,276 -9.3%
SUV 49,643 40,832 21.6% 424,679 416,275 2.0%
Commercial Vehicles 22,252 20,035 11.1% 193,941 193,772 0.1%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,170 3,914 6.5% 34,408 31,817 8.1%
Total 93,555 83,312 12.3% 811,130 816,140 -0.6%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Sep. Share Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share
1 Toyota 14,852 15.9% 20,216 24.3% -26.5% 176,410 21.7% 176,771 21.7% -0.2%
2 Kia 7,290 7.8% 5,155 6.2% 41.4% 60,200 7.4% 53,316 6.5% 12.9%
3 Mazda 7,259 7.8% 6,555 7.9% 10.7% 73,894 9.1% 83,565 10.2% -11.6%
4 Mitsubishi 6,784 7.3% 4,605 5.5% 47.3% 60,523 7.5% 52,152 6.4% 16.1%
5 Ford 6,635 7.1% 5,759 6.9% 15.2% 45,475 5.6% 54,269 6.6% -16.2%
6 Hyundai 6,501 6.9% 5,457 6.6% 19.1% 58,103 7.2% 54,169 6.6% 7.3%
7 Tesla 5,969 6.4% - -% -% 14,023 1.7% - -% -%
8 Volkswagen 3,698 4.0% 3,791 4.6% -2.5% 21,643 2.7% 32,315 4.0% -33.0%
9 MG 3,261 3.5% 3,010 3.6% 8.3% 33,860 4.2% 28,878 3.5% 17.3%
10 Subaru 3,167 3.4% 3,062 3.7% 3.4% 25,946 3.2% 28,763 3.5% -9.8%
  Others 28,139 30.1% 25,702 30.9% 9.5% 241,053 29.7% 251,942 30.9% -4.3%
Total 93,555 100.0% 83,312 100.0% 12.3% 811,130 100.0% 816,140 100.0% -0.6%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, Aug 2022

Sep 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales increase 17.3% in August
On September 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 95,256 units in August 2022 represented an increase 17.3% over August 2021.
New vehicle sales of 717,575 units in the first eight months of the year represented a 2.1% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 19,997 units in August represented an 15.3% increase from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 48,571 units represented an 18.5% increase, LCV sales of 22,472 units represented an 16.8% increase and MHCV sales of 4,216 units represented an 15.7% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 3.3% to 20,616 units, Mazda sales increased 15.4% to 8,824 units, Kia sales increased 33.9% to 6,780 units, Hyundai sales increased 32.4% to 6,643 units and Mitsubishi sales increased 32.9% to 6,380 units, compared to August 2021.
The best-selling cars in August 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger and Toyota RAV4.

New vehicle sales by type
Type Aug. 2022 Aug. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2022
Jan.-Aug.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 19,997 17,339 15.3% 140,612 155,745 -9.7%
SUV 48,571 40,981 18.5% 375,036 375,443 -0.1%
Commercial Vehicles 22,472 19,236 16.8% 171,689 173,737 -1.2%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,216 3,643 15.7% 30,238 27,903 8.4%
Total 95,256 81,199 17.3% 717,575 732,828 -2.1%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Aug. Share Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share
1 Toyota 20,616 21.6% 19,959 24.6% 3.3% 161,558 22.5% 156,555 21.4% 3.2%
2 Mazda 8,824 9.3% 7,645 9.4% 15.4% 66,635 9.3% 77,010 10.5% -13.5%
3 Kia 6,780 7.1% 5,065 6.2% 33.9% 52,910 7.4% 48,161 6.6% 9.9%
4 Hyundai 6,643 7.0% 5,016 6.2% 32.4% 51,602 7.2% 48,712 6.6% 5.9%
5 Mitsubishi 6,380 6.7% 4,802 5.9% 32.9% 53,739 7.5% 47,547 6.5% 13.0%
6 Ford 5,839 6.1% 5,058 6.2% 15.4% 38,840 5.4% 48,510 6.6% -19.9%
7 Tesla 3,397 3.6% - -% -% 8,054 1.1% - -% -%
8 MG 3,074 3.2% 3,011 3.7% 2.1% 30,599 4.3% 25,868 3.5% 18.3%
9 Subaru 2,960 3.1% 3,232 4.0% -8.4% 22,779 3.2% 25,701 3.5% -11.4%
10 Volkswagen 2,868 3.0% 3,793 4.7% -24.4% 17,945 2.5% 28,524 3.9% -37.1%
  Others 27,875 29.3% 23,618 29.1% 18.0% 212,914 29.7% 226,240 30.9% -5.9%
Total 95,256 100.0% 81,199 100.0% 17.3% 717,575 100.0% 732,828 100.0% -2.1%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, July 2022

Aug 3, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Australian new vehicle sales increase 0.4% in July

On August 3, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 84,461 units in July 2022 represented an increase 0.4% over July 2021.
New vehicle sales of 622,319 units in the first seven months of the year represented a 4.5% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 16,023 units in July represented a 9.1% decrease from the same period in 2021,
SUV sales of 44,704 units represented an 6.4% increase, LCV sales of 20,064 units represented a 4.4% decrease and MHCV sales of 3,670 units represented an 4.0% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 10.9% to 19,565 units, Mazda sales decreased 11.7% to 7,879 units, Hyundai sales increased 34.2% to 6,792 units, Kia sales increased 29.0% to 6,711 units and Mitsubishi sales increased 5.8% to 5,611 units, compared to July 2021.
The best-selling cars in July 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hi-Lux, Ford Ranger and Toyota RAV4.

New vehicle sales by type

Type Jul. 2022 Jul. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2022
Jan.-Jul.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 16,023 17,619 -9.1% 120,590 138,406 -12.9%
SUV 44,704 42,020 6.4% 326,465 334,462 -2.4%
Commercial Vehicles 20,064 20,994 -4.4% 149,242 154,501 -3.4%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,670 3,528 4.0% 26,022 24,260 7.3%
Total 84,461 84,161 0.4% 622,319 651,629 -4.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Jul. Share Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share
1 Toyota 19,565 23.2% 17,643 21.0% 10.9% 140,942 22.6% 136,596 21.0% 3.2%
2 Mazda 7,879 9.3% 8,919 10.6% -11.7% 57,811 9.3% 69,365 10.6% -16.7%
3 Hyundai 6,792 8.0% 5,062 6.0% 34.2% 44,959 7.2% 43,696 6.7% 2.9%
4 Kia 6,711 7.9% 5,202 6.2% 29.0% 46,130 7.4% 43,096 6.6% 7.0%
5 Mitsubishi 5,611 6.6% 5,302 6.3% 5.8% 47,359 7.6% 42,745 6.6% 10.8%
6 Ford 4,439 5.3% 5,569 6.6% -20.3% 33,001 5.3% 43,452 6.7% -24.1%
7 MG 3,018 3.6% 3,313 3.9% -8.9% 27,525 4.4% 22,857 3.5% 20.4%
8 Subaru 2,822 3.3% 2,376 2.8% 18.8% 19,819 3.2% 22,469 3.4% -11.8%
9 Isuzu Ute 2,748 3.3% 3,403 4.0% -19.2% 21,537 3.5% 22,208 3.4% -3.0%
10 Mercedes-Benz Cars 2,479 2.9% 2,385 2.8% 3.9% 16,935 2.7% 18,526 2.8% -8.6%
  Others 22,397 26.5% 24,987 29.7% -10.4% 166,301 26.7% 186,619 28.6% -10.9%
Total 84,461 100.0% 84,161 100.0% 0.4% 622,319 100.0% 651,629 100.0% -4.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, June 2022

Jul 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales decrease 9.7% in June
On July 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 99,974 units in June 2022 represented a decrease 9.7% over June 2021.
New vehicle sales of 537,858 units in the first six months of the year represented a 5.2% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 18,450 units in June represented a 21.0% decrease from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 52,507 units represented a 2.3% decrease, LCV sales of 23,852 units represented a 16.5% decrease and MHCV sales of 5,165 units represented a 3.5% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 7.0% to 22,561 units, Kia sales increased 7.5% to 8,480 units, Hyundai sales increased 12.3% to 8,259 units, Mazda sales decreased 48.9% to 6,245 units and Mitsubishi sales increased 3.6% to 5,846 units, compared to June 2021.
The best-selling cars in June 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hi-Lux, Hyundai Tucson and Ford Ranger.


New vehicle sales by type
Type Jun. 2022 Jun. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2022
Jan.-Jun.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 18,450 23,361 -21.0% 104,567 120,787 -13.4%
SUV 52,507 53,761 -2.3% 281,761 292,442 -3.7%
Commercial Vehicles 23,852 28,550 -16.5% 129,178 133,507 -3.2%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 5,165 4,992 3.5% 22,352 20,732 7.8%
Total 99,974 110,664 -9.7% 537,858 567,468 -5.2%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands
- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Jun. Share Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share
1 Toyota 22,561 22.6% 21,076 19.0% 7.0% 121,377 22.6% 118,953 21.0% 2.0%
2 Kia 8,480 8.5% 7,890 7.1% 7.5% 39,419 7.3% 37,894 6.7% 4.0%
3 Hyundai 8,259 8.3% 7,357 6.6% 12.3% 38,167 7.1% 38,634 6.8% -1.2%
4 Mazda 6,245 6.2% 12,225 11.0% -48.9% 49,932 9.3% 60,446 10.7% -17.4%
5 Mitsubishi 5,846 5.8% 5,641 5.1% 3.6% 41,748 7.8% 37,443 6.6% 11.5%
6 Ford 4,972 5.0% 8,456 7.6% -41.2% 28,562 5.3% 37,883 6.7% -24.6%
7 MG 4,403 4.4% 4,303 3.9% 2.3% 24,507 4.6% 19,544 3.4% 25.4%
8 Mercedes-Benz Cars 3,909 3.9% 3,330 3.0% 17.4% 14,456 2.7% 16,141 2.8% -10.4%
9 Subaru 3,575 3.6% 3,021 2.7% 18.3% 16,997 3.2% 20,093 3.5% -15.4%
10 Isuzu Ute 3,457 3.5% 3,964 3.6% -12.8% 18,789 3.5% 18,805 3.3% -0.1%
  Others 28,267 28.3% 33,401 30.2% -15.4% 143,904 26.8% 161,632 28.5% -11.0%
Total 99,974 100.0% 110,664 100.0% -9.7% 537,858 100.0% 567,468 100.0% -5.2%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)

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Flash report, May 2022

Jun 3, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales decrease 6.4% in May
On June 3, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 94,383 units in May 2022 represented a decrease 6.4% over May 2021.
New vehicle sales of 437,884 units in the first five months of the year represented a 4.1% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 17,252 units in May represented a 14.7% decrease from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 51,459 units represented a 4.0% decrease,
LCV sales of 21,528 units represented a 7.1% decrease and MHCV sales of 4,144 units represented an 8.8% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 7.8% to 22,813 units, Kia sales increased 2.6% to 7,307 units, Hyundai sales increased 9.5% to 7,063 units, Mazda sales decreased 38.7% to 6,474 units and Mitsubishi sales decreased 6.1% to 6,086 units, compared to May 2021.
The best-selling cars in May 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hi-Lux , Toyota RAV4 and Ford Ranger.

New vehicle sales by type
Type May 2022 May 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2022
Jan.-May
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 17,252 20,218 -14.7% 86,117 97,426 -11.6%
SUV 51,459 53,605 -4.0% 229,254 238,681 -3.9%
Commercial Vehicles 21,528 23,177 -7.1% 105,326 104,957 0.4%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,144 3,809 8.8% 17,187 15,740 9.2%
Total 94,383 100,809 -6.4% 437,884 456,804 -4.1%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
May Share May Share Jan.-May Share Jan.-May Share
1 Toyota 22,813 24.2% 21,156 21.0% 7.8% 98,816 22.6% 97,877 21.4% 1.0%
2 Kia 7,307 7.7% 7,124 7.1% 2.6% 30,939 7.1% 30,004 6.6% 3.1%
3 Hyundai 7,063 7.5% 6,450 6.4% 9.5% 29,908 6.8% 31,277 6.8% -4.4%
4 Mazda 6,474 6.9% 10,554 10.5% -38.7% 43,687 10.0% 48,221 10.6% -9.4%
5 Mitsubishi 6,086 6.4% 6,478 6.4% -6.1% 35,902 8.2% 31,802 7.0% 12.9%
6 Ford 5,233 5.5% 6,493 6.4% -19.4% 23,590 5.4% 29,427 6.4% -19.8%
7 MG 4,064 4.3% 3,506 3.5% 15.9% 20,104 4.6% 15,241 3.3% 31.9%
8 Subaru 3,626 3.8% 3,547 3.5% 2.2% 13,422 3.1% 17,072 3.7% -21.4%
9 Isuzu Ute 3,494 3.7% 3,946 3.9% -11.5% 15,332 3.5% 14,841 3.2% 3.3%
10 Nissan 2,970 3.1% 4,307 4.3% -31.0% 13,342 3.0% 19,946 4.4% -33.1%
  Others 25,253 26.8% 27,248 27.0% -7.3% 112,842 25.8% 121,096 26.5% -6.8%
Total 94,383 100.0% 100,809 100.0% -6.4% 437,884 100.0% 456,804 100.0% -4.1%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, April 2022

May 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales decrease 12.2% in April
On May 4, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 81,065 units in April 2022 represented a decrease 12.2% over April 2021.
New vehicle sales of 343,501 units in the first four months of the year represented a 3.5% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 15,444 units in April represented a 14.5% decrease from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 42,370 units represented a 13.8% decrease, LCV sales of 19,636 units represented a 9.6% decrease and MHCV sales of 3,615 units represented an 6.5% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales decreased 11.1% to 17,956 units, Mazda sales decreased 26.6% to 7,378 units, Mitsubishi sales decreased 14.0% to 6,463 units, Kia sales increased 8.3% to 6,180 units and Hyundai sales decreased 3.8% to 5,552 units, compared to April 2022.
The best-selling cars in April 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux , Ford Ranger and Toyota RAV4.

New vehicle sales by type
Type Apr. 2022 Apr. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2022
Jan.-Apr.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 15,444 18,064 -14.5% 68,865 77,208 -10.8%
SUV 42,370 49,176 -13.8% 177,795 185,076 -3.9%
Commercial Vehicles 19,636 21,714 -9.6% 83,798 81,780 2.5%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,615 3,393 6.5% 13,043 11,931 9.3%
Total 81,065 92,347 -12.2% 343,501 355,995 -3.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Apr. Share Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share
1 Toyota 17,956 22.2% 20,208 21.9% -11.1% 76,003 22.1% 76,721 21.6% -0.9%
2 Mazda 7,378 9.1% 10,052 10.9% -26.6% 37,213 10.8% 37,667 10.6% -1.2%
3 Mitsubishi 6,463 8.0% 7,513 8.1% -14.0% 29,816 8.7% 25,324 7.1% 17.7%
4 Kia 6,180 7.6% 5,707 6.2% 8.3% 23,632 6.9% 22,880 6.4% 3.3%
5 Hyundai 5,552 6.8% 5,772 6.3% -3.8% 22,845 6.7% 24,827 7.0% -8.0%
6 Ford 4,974 6.1% 7,146 7.7% -30.4% 18,357 5.3% 22,934 6.4% -20.0%
7 MG 4,773 5.9% 3,007 3.3% 58.7% 16,040 4.7% 11,735 3.3% 36.7%
8 Isuzu Ute 3,032 3.7% 2,849 3.1% 6.4% 11,838 3.4% 10,895 3.1% 8.7%
9 Mercedes-Benz Cars 2,307 2.8% 2,151 2.3% 7.3% 8,265 2.4% 10,285 2.9% -19.6%
10 Nissan 2,050 2.5% 3,500 3.8% -41.4% 10,372 3.0% 15,639 4.4% -33.7%
  Others 20,400 25.2% 24,442 26.5% -16.5% 89,120 25.9% 97,088 27.3% -8.2%
Total 81,065 100.0% 92,347 100.0% -12.2% 343,501 100.0% 355,995 100.0% -3.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, March 2022

Apr 5, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales increase 1.2% in March
On April 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 101,233 units in March 2022 represented an increase 1.2% over March 2021.
New vehicle sales of 262,436 units in the first three months of the year represented a 0.5% decrease from the same period in 2021.  
Passenger car sales of 21,999 units in the first three months of the year represented an 3.0% increase from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 50,893 units represented a 1.6% decrease, LCV sales of 24,194 units represented an 4.0% increase and MHCV sales of 4,147 units represented an 12.5% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 2.4% to 21,828 units, Mazda sales increased 4.3% to 11,248 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 40.1% to 9,007 units, Hyundai sales decreased 4.9% to 6,516 units and Kia sales increased 4.3% to 6,051 units, compared to March 2022.
The best-selling cars in March 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux, Toyota RAV4 and Mitsubishi Triton.


New vehicle sales by type
Type Mar. 2022 Mar. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2022
Jan.-Mar.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 21,999 21,360 3.0% 53,421 59,144 -9.7%
SUV 50,893 51,705 -1.6% 135,425 135,900 -0.3%
Commercial Vehicles 24,194 23,255 4.0% 64,162 60,066 6.8%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,147 3,685 12.5% 9,428 8,538 10.4%
Total 101,233 100,005 1.2% 262,436 263,648 -0.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Mar. Share Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share
1 Toyota 21,828 21.6% 21,319 21.3% 2.4% 58,047 22.1% 56,513 21.4% 2.7%
2 Mazda 11,248 11.1% 10,785 10.8% 4.3% 29,835 11.4% 27,615 10.5% 8.0%
3 Mitsubishi 9,007 8.9% 6,430 6.4% 40.1% 23,353 8.9% 17,811 6.8% 31.1%
4 Hyundai 6,516 6.4% 6,852 6.9% -4.9% 17,293 6.6% 19,055 7.2% -9.2%
5 Kia 6,051 6.0% 5,802 5.8% 4.3% 17,452 6.7% 17,173 6.5% 1.6%
6 Tesla 4,417 4.4% - -% -% 4,417 1.7% - -% -%
7 Ford 4,245 4.2% 5,977 6.0% -29.0% 13,383 5.1% 15,788 6.0% -15.2%
8 MG 3,962 3.9% 3,303 3.3% 20.0% 11,267 4.3% 8,728 3.3% 29.1%
9 Isuzu Ute 3,306 3.3% 3,173 3.2% 4.2% 8,806 3.4% 8,046 3.1% 9.4%
10 Nissan 3,168 3.1% 4,559 4.6% -30.5% 8,322 3.2% 12,139 4.6% -31.4%
  Others 27,485 27.2% 31,805 31.8% -13.6% 70,261 26.8% 80,780 30.6% -13.0%
Total 101,233 100.0% 100,005 100.0% 1.2% 262,436 100.0% 263,648 100.0% -0.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, February 2022

Mar 3, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.

Australian new vehicle sales increase 1.6% in February
On March 3, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 85,340 units in February 2022 represented an increase 1.6% over February 2021. New vehicle sales of 161,203 units in the first two months of the year represented a 1.5% decrease from the same period in 2021.
Passenger car sales of 15,685 units in the first two months of the year represented a 18.3% decrease from the same period in 2022.
SUV sales of 44,935 units represented an 5.4% increase, LCV sales of 21,709 units represented an 12.3% increase and
MHCV sales of 3,011 units represented an 7.3% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 13.7% to 20,886 units, Mazda sales increased 5.5% to 8,782 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 26.0% to 7,813 units, Kia sales increased 0.2% to 5,881 units and Hyundai sales decreased 9.6% to 5,649 units, compared to February 2021.
The best-selling cars in February 2022, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux, Toyota RAV4 and Mitsubishi Triton. 


New vehicle sales by type
Type Feb. 2022 Feb. 2021 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2022
Jan.-Feb.
2021
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 15,685 19,194 -18.3% 31,422 37,784 -16.8%
SUV 44,935 42,651 5.4% 84,532 84,195 0.4%
Commercial Vehicles 21,709 19,326 12.3% 39,968 36,811 8.6%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,011 2,806 7.3% 5,281 4,853 8.8%
Total 85,340 83,977 1.6% 161,203 163,643 -1.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
1 Toyota 20,886 24.5% 18,375 21.9% 13.7% 36,219 22.5% 35,194 21.5% 2.9%
2 Mazda 8,782 10.3% 8,322 9.9% 5.5% 18,587 11.5% 16,830 10.3% 10.4%
3 Mitsubishi 7,813 9.2% 6,202 7.4% 26.0% 14,346 8.9% 11,381 7.0% 26.1%
4 Kia 5,881 6.9% 5,871 7.0% 0.2% 11,401 7.1% 11,371 6.9% 0.3%
5 Hyundai 5,649 6.6% 6,252 7.4% -9.6% 10,777 6.7% 12,203 7.5% -11.7%
6 Ford 4,610 5.4% 4,712 5.6% -2.2% 9,138 5.7% 9,811 6.0% -6.9%
7 MG 3,767 4.4% 3,017 3.6% 24.9% 7,305 4.5% 5,425 3.3% 34.7%
8 Subaru 3,151 3.7% 2,639 3.1% 19.4% 5,873 3.6% 5,862 3.6% 0.2%
9 Nissan 2,820 3.3% 3,824 4.6% -26.3% 5,154 3.2% 7,580 4.6% -32.0%
10 Isuzu Ute 2,785 3.3% 2,510 3.0% 11.0% 5,500 3.4% 4,873 3.0% 12.9%
  Others 19,196 22.5% 22,253 26.5% -13.7% 36,903 22.9% 43,113 26.3% -14.4%
Total 85,340 100.0% 83,977 100.0% 1.6% 161,203 100.0% 163,643 100.0% -1.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, January 2022

Feb 3, 2022

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Australian new vehicle sales decrease 4.8% in January
On February 3, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 75,863 units in January 2022 represented a decrease 4.8% over January 2021.
Passenger car sales of 15,737 units in January represented a 15.3% decrease from the same period in 2021, SUV sales of 39,597 units represented a 4.7% decrease, LCV sales of 18,259 units represented an 4.4% increase and MHCV sales of 2,270 units represented an 10.9% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales decreased 8.8% to 15,333 units, Mazda sales increased 15.2% to 9,805 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 26.1% to 6,533 units, Kia sales increased 0.4% to 5,520 units and Hyundai sales decreased 13.8% to 5,128 units, compared to January 2021.
The best-selling cars in January 2021, in order of popularity, were Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger and Mazda CX-5.

New vehicle sales by type
Type Jan. 2022 Jan. 2021 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 15,737 18,590 -15.3%
SUV 39,597 41,544 -4.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 18,259 17,485 4.4%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 2,270 2,047 10.9%
Total 75,863 79,666 -4.8%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2022 2021 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
1 Toyota 15,333 20.2% 16,819 21.1% -8.8%
2 Mazda 9,805 12.9% 8,508 10.7% 15.2%
3 Mitsubishi 6,533 8.6% 5,179 6.5% 26.1%
4 Kia 5,520 7.3% 5,500 6.9% 0.4%
5 Hyundai 5,128 6.8% 5,951 7.5% -13.8%
6 Ford 4,528 6.0% 5,099 6.4% -11.2%
7 MG 3,538 4.7% 2,408 3.0% 46.9%
8 Subaru 2,722 3.6% 3,223 4.0% -15.5%
9 Isuzu Ute 2,715 3.6% 2,363 3.0% 14.9%
10 Nissan 2,334 3.1% 3,756 4.7% -37.9%
Others 17,707 23.3% 20,860 26.2% -15.1%
Total 75,863 100.0% 79,666 100.0% -4.8%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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