Australia’s sales leaders by segment, one month left in 2022

Australian new car sales are up 2.3 per cent in 2022, with five successive months of growth suggesting ongoing shortages are easing.

With one month left in the calendar year, here we look at the leading vehicles across Australia’s most popular vehicle segments.

We haven’t chosen all vehicle segments here, just the top eight, which combined make up 85 per cent of the overall market.

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Light car

Light car sales overall are down 3.5 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 41,148 sales equates to a 4.1 per cent share of the total market.

  1. MG 3 – 14,888, up 15.3%
  2. Suzuki Baleno – 6042, up 68.9%
  3. Mazda 2 – 4698, up 18.7%
  4. Kia Rio – 4303, 4303, down 18.8%
  5. Suzuki Swift – 3988, up 4.3%
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Small car

Small car sales overall are down 20.2 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 82,103 sales equates to an 8.3 per cent share of the total market.

  1. Toyota Corolla – 23,441, down 14.8%
  2. Hyundai i30 – 20,014, down 14.2%
  3. Kia Cerato – 12,016, down 30.1%
  4. Mazda 3 – 8445, down 37.3%
  5. Volkswagen Golf – 2865, up 68.3%
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Medium car

Medium car sales overall are up 21.6 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 34,484 sales equates to a 3.5 per cent share of the total market.

  1. Toyota Camry – 9205, down 24.1%
  2. Tesla Model 3 – 9071, no 2021 data
  3. Mercedes-Benz C-Class – 3251, up 17.5%
  4. BMW 3 Series – 2625, down 28.6%
  5. Mercedes-Benz CLA – 1465, up 24.3%
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Light SUV

Light SUV sales overall are down 0.7 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 48,381 sales equates to a 4.9 per cent share of the total market.

  1. Mazda CX-3 – 9839, down 19.1%
  2. Kia Stonic – 8119, up 15.4%
  3. Toyota Yaris Cross – 7686, up 4.9%
  4. Hyundai Venue – 6359, up 17.2%
  5. Suzuki Jimny – 5280, up 81.6%
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Small SUV

Small SUV sales overall are down 2.0 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 130,861 sales equates to a 13.2 per cent share of the total market.

  1. MG ZS – 19,410, up 18%
  2. Mazda CX-30 – 12,875, up 5%
  3. Mitsubishi ASX – 11,976, down 12.7%
  4. Hyundai Kona – 11,082, down 8.9%
  5. Kia Seltos – 8198, up 0.6%
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Medium SUV

Medium sales overall are up 19.6 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 197,342 sales equates to a 19.9 per cent share of the total market – making it the biggest segment overall by sales and share.

  1. Toyota RAV4 – 32,652, down 0.3%
  2. Mazda CX-5 – 24,425, up 11.4%
  3. Mitsubishi Outlander – 17,494, up 32.2%
  4. Kia Sportage – 17,341, up 143.8%
  5. Hyundai Tucson – 16,227, up 23.4%
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Large SUV

Large SUV sales overall are up 4.1 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 129,239 sales equates to a 13 per cent share of the total market.

  1. Toyota Prado – 20,132, up 5.4%
  2. Toyota Kluger – 11,786, up 36.2%
  3. Isuzu MU-X – 10,043, up 2.1%
  4. Ford Everest – 9388, up 21.5%
  5. Subaru Outback – 8937, down 7.6%
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4×4 Utes

4×4 Ute sales overall are up 2.7 per cent this year, while the January to November sales tally of 179,866 sales equates to a 18.1 per cent share of the total market.

  1. Toyota HiLux – 44,217, up 19.5%
  2. Ford Ranger – 39,015, down 7.6%
  3. Mitsubishi Triton – 23,039, up 54.6%
  4. Isuzu D-Max – 18,744, up 9.2%
  5. Toyota LandCruiser 70 – 10,452, down 7.9%

Some previous monthly reports

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