Saturday, 15 July 2017

2001 Car Sales New Zealand By Model: Top 50


A series of articles on the top 50 models in New Zealand from 2001 to the present.


#1 in 2001, the GM Holden Commodore.

Back in 2001, large cars were king. The top ten were all sizable vehicles except for the Civic and Pulsar. You will see as the series progresses how that changes. The GM Commodore had 10.8% of the market, the top 10 models 46.3% share.

Japanese models dominated the scene, and combined with Korean ones, took 68% of the top 50 spaces on this list. US makes did well at the top of the list, while Euro marques struggled to have much impact on the car scene in New Zealand.


1Holden Commodore6,284
Asia

2Ford Falcon4,340
34 models

3Toyota Corolla3,495
68%

4Ford Mondeo2,594


5Toyota Camry2,415
USA

6Nissan Maxima1,890
10 Models

7Honda Civic1,641
25%

8Holden Vectra1,587


9Nissan Pulsar1,333
Europe

10Mazda 6261,314
6 Models

11Ford Laser1,300
12%

12Nissan Primera1,217


13Mitsubishi Diamante1,122


14Holden Astra1,107


15Toyota Echo990


16Mitsubishi Galant938


17Honda Accord901


18Holden Barina840


19Toyota Rav4824


20Mitsubishi Lancer773


21Ford Escape767


22Suzuki Grand Vitara751


23Honda CR-V663


24VW Golf621


25BMW 3 Series579








26Subaru Legacy547


27Toyota Landcruiser524


28Hyundai Accent512


29Toyota Previa465


30Peugeot 206463


31Mitsubishi Pajero449


32Toyota Prado440


33Hyundai Lantra398


34Ford Explorer397


35Mercedes C-Class376


36Ford Ka370


37VW Beetle364


38Hyundai Elantra360


39Hyundai Sonata352


40Mazda 323344


41Honda Odyssey339


42Subaru Impreza314


43Subaru Outback312


44Suzuki Ignis302


45Mitsubishi Challenger298


46Mazda Tribute286


47Toyota Avalon282


48L Rover Freelander260


49Daewoo Nubira252


50Daihatsu Sirion247



Data source: Thanks to LTSA NZ

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