Saturday, 15 July 2017

2004 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.

Honda Accord Euro 2004

Leading model GM Commodore was up 350 units, but the Falcon fell 900 from 2003. This was a the start of a long fall for the blue oval model. The Corolla was up just over 500 sales, as it steadily closed in on the top spot. The Honda Accord did well climbing 20 places in two years, but fell away quickly after 2004. The Australian built Ford Territory SUV made a splash, despite coming without any desiel engines which are popular in that sort of vehicle.  

Asian brands retained their hold, due to undervalued currencies and a reputation for reliability. 

1Holden Commodore7,299-

2Ford Falcon5,611-
33 models

3Toyota Corolla4,902-
Up 2

4Honda Accord2,628+8

5Mazda 62,316-1

6Ford Mondeo2,305-
10 Models

7Toyota Camry1,961-2

8Nissan Pulsar1,897+6

9Nissan Maxima1,838+1

10Mitsubishi Lancer1,803-3
7 Models

11Toyota Echo1,556+2
Down 2

12Mitsubishi Diamante1,485-4

13Ford Territory1,392na

14Holden Astra1,348-5

15Toyota Rav41,324-4

16Ford Focus1,119-

17Mazda 31,119+31

18Hyundai Getz1,100+14

19Honda Jazz1,097-4

20Toyota Prado1,065-3

21Holden Vectra1,033-3

22Mitsubishi Colt928+15

23Honda Civic878-4

24VW Golf/Jetta691+2

25Peugeot 307668-5

26Daihatsu Sirion651

27Subaru Legacy646

28Subaru Outback640

29Honda CR-V605

30Toyota Avensis598

31Nissan X-Trail566

32M-Benz C-Class533

33Subaru Impreza507

34Nissan Primera479

35Hyundai Elantra476

36Mitsubishi Pajero465

37Mitsubishi Airtrek463

38Suzuki Grand Vitara444

39Ford Fiesta438

40Holden Barina432

41BMW 3 Series426

42Suzuki Liana419

43Audi A/S4410

44Daihutsu Charade396

45MINI Cooper394

46Nissan Micra389

47Toyota Highlander384

48Ford Explorer364

49BMW 5 Series354

50Mitsubishi Challenger343

Data source: Thanks to LTSA NZ

Nissan Pulsar 2004

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