Australia - Automotive Sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, January 2024

Feb 6, 2024

*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 5.8% in January
On February 6, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 89,782 units in January 2024 represented an increase 5.8% over January 2023.
Passenger car sales of 16,434 units in January represented an 1.0% decrease from the same period in 2023, SUV sales of 49,830 units represented an 6.7% increase, LCV sales of 20,601 units represented an 11.1% increase and MHCV sales of 2,917 units represented a 3.6% decrease.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 34.0% to 17,903 units, Mazda sales decreased 13.2% to 8,165 units, Ford sales is flat at 6,624 units, Hyundai sales increased 6.1% to 6,162 units and Mitsubishi sales increased 12.0% to 5,911 units, compared to January 2023.
The best-selling cars in January 2024, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota Hi-Lux, Toyota Land Cruiser and Isuzu D-MAX.

New vehicle sales by type

Type Jan. 2024 Jan. 2023 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 16,434 16,602 -1.0%
SUV 49,830 46,698 6.7%
Light Commercial Vehicles 20,601 18,546 11.1%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 2,917 3,027 -3.6%
Total 89,782 84,873 5.8%



Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
1 Toyota 17,903 19.9% 13,363 15.7% 34.0%
2 Mazda 8,165 9.1% 9,407 11.1% -13.2%
3 Ford 6,624 7.4% 6,624 7.8% 0.0%
4 Hyundai 6,162 6.9% 5,809 6.8% 6.1%
5 Mitsubishi 5,911 6.6% 5,276 6.2% 12.0%
6 Kia 5,707 6.4% 6,006 7.1% -5.0%
7 MG 4,006 4.5% 4,015 4.7% -0.2%
8 Isuzu Ute 3,758 4.2% 2,671 3.1% 40.7%
9 GWM 3,124 3.5% 2,503 2.9% 24.8%
10 Subaru 3,068 3.4% 3,601 4.2% -14.8%
Others 25,354 28.2% 25,598 30.2% -1.0%
Total 89,782 100.0% 84,873 100.0% 5.8%

Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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