Wednesday, 26 July 2017

New Zealand Top 50 By Model: 2011


I'm not big on sales by model, but for the NZ market, I'll make an exception as it isn't that readily available elsewhere. For some notes on the top of the list, the Corolla is top because of fleet sales. The Swift is next because it works well as a second car and is well priced, but there are more practical small hatches to be had. The Commodore was top until 2008 ans is still as high as third because some NZers like to have a big car. As fuel goes up in price, sales will fall.

In the list below, the first number is the 2010 position on the market and the second is the 2011 one.

1 1 Toyota Corolla 4166
2 2 Suzuki Swift 2892
3 3 Holden Commodore 2381
9 4 Hyundai i30 2300
5 5 Mazda 3 1977
11 6 Toyota Yaris 1897
16 7 Holden Captiva 1704
10 8 Toyota Rav4 1599
4 9 Ford Falcon 1416
7 10 Holden Cruze 1353
15 11 Toyota Highlander 1292
6 12 Mazda 6 1238
8 13 Toyota Camry 1224
13 14 Ford Mondeo 1176
17 15 Ford Fiesta 1149
18 16 Hyundai Santa Fe 1117
22 17 Ford Territory 1044
14 18 Mitsubishi Outlander 1039
12 19 Ford Focus 1017
27 20 Honda Jazz 1013

25 21 Hyundai iX35 837
23 22 Nissan Qashqai 818
38 23 Kia Sportage 786
19 24 VW Golf/Jetta 776
24 25 Mazda 2 753
53 26 Mitsubishi ASX 638
54 27 VW Polo 637
30 28 Mazda CX7 630
37 29 Nissan X-Trail 611
41 30 Hyundai iX45 590
26 31 Suzuki SX4 589
29 32 Holden Barina 555
28 33 Mitsubishi Lancer 550
35 34 Honda Accord 524
78 35 Honda Insight 523
34 36 Toyota Aurion 508
58 37 Holden Epica 480
21 38 Toyota Prado 457
43 39 Kia Cerato 450
64 40 VW Passat 447

New 41 Suzuki Kizashi 438
33 42 Subaru Legacy 435
32 43 Nissan Tiida 429
20 44 Hyundai Getz 416
31 45 Subaru Outback 406
56 46 Nissan Micra 374
49 47 Kia Rio 344
36 48 Subaru Forester 341
46 49 Suzuki Gnd Vitara 333
42 50 Kia Sorento/R 324


Source: Thanks to LTSA NZ

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