Australia - Automotive Sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2024

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Flash report, March 2024

Apr 5, 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 12.7% in March
On April 4, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 109,647 units in March 2024 represented an increase 12.7% over the last March.
New vehicle sales of 304,452 units in the first three months of the year represented an 13.2% increase YoY.
Passenger car sales of 17,611 units in March represented an 2.5% increase YoY, SUV sales of 64,631 units represented a 20.7% increase, LCV sales of 23,061 units represented a 4.8% increase and MHCV sales of 4,344 units represented a 4.1% decrease. Battery electric vehicles accounted for 9.6% of sales in March.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 43.4% YoY to 18,961 units, Ford sales increased 35.3% to 8,776 units, Mazda sales of 8,246 units were similar to last year, Mitsubishi sales increased 34.2% to 7,866 units and Kia sales increased 10.4% to 7,070 units.
The best-selling cars in March 2024, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota RAV4, and Tesla Model Y.

New vehicle sales by type

Type Mar. 2024 Mar. 2023 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2024
Jan.-Mar.
2023
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 17,611 17,182 2.5% 53,655 50,219 6.8%
SUV 64,631 53,526 20.7% 172,234 148,112 16.3%
Commercial Vehicles 23,061 22,012 4.8% 67,427 59,308 13.7%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,344 4,531 -4.1% 11,136 11,363 -2.0%
Total 109,647 97,251 12.7% 304,452 269,002 13.2%

Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands
- Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Mar. Share Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share
1 Toyota 18,961 17.3% 13,223 13.6% 43.4% 56,238 18.5% 40,918 15.2% 37.4%
2 Ford 8,776 8.0% 6,485 6.7% 35.3% 22,675 7.4% 19,131 7.1% 18.5%
3 Mazda 8,246 7.5% 8,243 8.5% 0.0% 23,761 7.8% 25,317 9.4% -6.1%
4 Mitsubishi 7,866 7.2% 5,863 6.0% 34.2% 20,188 6.6% 16,639 6.2% 21.3%
5 Kia 7,070 6.4% 6,403 6.6% 10.4% 18,918 6.2% 18,409 6.8% 2.8%
6 Tesla 6,017 5.5% 3,578 3.7% 68.2% 12,789 4.2% 10,407 3.9% 22.9%
7 Hyundai 5,985 5.5% 5,369 5.5% 11.5% 17,850 5.9% 16,682 6.2% 7.0%
8 Nissan 4,976 4.5% 3,404 3.5% 46.2% 14,293 4.7% 8,425 3.1% 69.6%
9 Isuzu Ute 4,351 4.0% 4,534 4.7% -4.0% 12,801 4.2% 10,361 3.9% 23.5%
10 MG 3,949 3.6% 4,007 4.1% -1.4% 12,429 4.1% 12,385 4.6% 0.4%
  Others 33,450 30.5% 36,142 37.2% -7.4% 92,510 30.4% 90,328 33.6% 2.4%
Total 109,647 100.0% 97,251 100.0% 12.7% 304,452 100.0% 269,002 100.0% 13.2%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)


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Flash report, February 2024

Mar 7, 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 20.9% in February
On March 5, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 105,023 units in February 2024 represented an increase 20.9% over the last February.
New vehicle sales of 194,805 units in the first two months of the year represented an 13.4% increase YoY.
Passenger car sales of 19,610 units in February represented an 19.3% increase YoY, SUV sales of 57,773 units represented a 20.6% increase, LCV sales of 23,765 units represented a 26.7% increase and MHCV sales of 3,875 units represented a 1.8% increase. Battery electric vehicles accounted for 9.6% of sales in February.
Among the companies, Toyota sales increased 35.2% YoY to 19,374 units, Mazda sales decreased 4.1% to 7,350 units, Ford sales increased 20.8% to 7,275 units, Nissan sales increased 157.2% to 6,617 units and Mitsubishi sales increased 16.6% to 6,411 units.
The best-selling cars in February 2024, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux, and Tesla Model 3.

New vehicle sales by type
Type Feb. 2024 Feb. 2023 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2024
Jan.-Feb.
2023
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 19,610 16,435 19.3% 36,044 33,037 9.1%
SUV 57,773 47,888 20.6% 107,603 94,586 13.8%
Commercial Vehicles 23,765 18,750 26.7% 44,366 37,296 19.0%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,875 3,805 1.8% 6,792 6,832 -0.6%
Total 105,023 86,878 20.9% 194,805 171,751 13.4%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2024 2023 Y-o-Y 2024 2023 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
1 Toyota 19,374 18.4% 14,332 16.5% 35.2% 37,277 19.1% 27,695 16.1% 34.6%
2 Mazda 7,350 7.0% 7,667 8.8% -4.1% 15,515 8.0% 17,074 9.9% -9.1%
3 Ford 7,275 6.9% 6,022 6.9% 20.8% 13,899 7.1% 12,646 7.4% 9.9%
4 Nissan 6,617 6.3% 2,573 3.0% 157.2% 9,317 4.8% 5,021 2.9% 85.6%
5 Mitsubishi 6,411 6.1% 5,500 6.3% 16.6% 12,322 6.3% 10,776 6.3% 14.3%
6 Kia 6,141 5.8% 6,000 6.9% 2.4% 11,848 6.1% 12,006 7.0% -1.3%
7 Hyundai 5,703 5.4% 5,504 6.3% 3.6% 11,865 6.1% 11,313 6.6% 4.9%
8 Tesla 5,665 5.4% 3,516 4.0% 61.1% 6,772 3.5% 6,829 4.0% -0.8%
9 Isuzu Ute 4,692 4.5% 3,156 3.6% 48.7% 8,450 4.3% 5,827 3.4% 45.0%
10 MG 4,474 4.3% 4,363 5.0% 2.5% 8,480 4.4% 8,378 4.9% 1.2%
  Others 31,321 29.8% 28,245 32.5% 10.9% 59,060 30.3% 54,186 31.5% 9.0%
Total 105,023 100.0% 86,878 100.0% 20.9% 194,805 100.0% 171,751 100.0% 13.4%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)


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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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