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Toyota and HiLux win November 2017 car sales race

The VFACTS data is in and once again in November it was Toyota claiming the title of Australia’s best-selling vehicle brand.
And it was the Toyota HiLux that recaptured the top-selling model in the month after having to settle for second in October behind the Hyundai i30.
Related: Record Australian sales for Skoda in 2017
Overall, Australian car buyers drove off in 101,365 new vehicles in the month – a total 2.5% up on the same month last year.
Sales across the first 11 months of 2017 are ahead by 0.6%.
November 2017 Car Sales Data – Interesting Points:

Ford slipped out of the top five brands
Small car sales were up 6.4%
Mazda and Toyota each had two cars in the top-five
Small SUVs jumped ahead 31.1%
Medium SUVs were up 7.1%
There were only 3 passenger cars in the top 10
Business purchases of SUVs increased 12.9%

“The momentum built in the market over the past few months appears to be continuing so we’re on target for another record year.” – FCAI CEO, Tony Weber
November 2017 Car Sales Data – Top Five Brands:

Toyota – 18,804 (+3.5%)
Mazda – 9,330 (-5.0%)
Hyundai – 8,781 (+9.9%)
Holden – 7,955 (+2.6%)
Mitsubishi – 6,678 (+13.7%)
Ford – 6,275 (-8.1%)
Volkswagen – 5,364 (+10.3%)
Nissan – 5,077 (-19.9%)
Honda – 4,431 (+26.5%)
Kia – 4,305 (+20.0%)

November 2017 Car Sales Data – Top Ten Models:

Toyota HiLux – 4,103
Ford Ranger – 3,576
Toyota Corolla – 2,959
Mazda3 – 2,464
Mazda CX-5 – 2,358
Hyundai i30 – 2,227
Hyundai Tucson – 2,121
Toyota RAV4 – 1,950
Mitsubishi ASX – 1,948
Hyundai Accent – 1,914

Related: Kia Australia celebrates 50,000 sales in 2017
More November 2017 Car Sales Data/Analysis to follow.
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