Ok, let’s cut straight to the chase.
Taking out pole position in 2021 was the Toyota HiLux with 52,801 new vehicles sold, very closely followed by the Ford Ranger (50,279 new vehicles sold).
And get this: with 1,049,831 new vehicles sold across Australia in 2021, those two particular models made up almost 10% of all new vehicles that hit the road over the past 12 months, according to Australia’s peak body for the automotive industry, the FCAI.
While the HiLux took out the top spot, it must be noted that the Ranger is closing the gap – in 2020 a total of 40,973 new Rangers were sold, compared to 45,176 Toyota HiLuxes.
So it’ll be interesting to see what happens in 2022!
While light commercial vehicles, including utes, have dominated the top two spots in recent years, far more SUVs are sold across the board.
In fact, a total of 531,700 SUVs were sold in 2021, compared to 253,254 light commercial vehicles.
The highest selling SUV in 2021 was the Toyota RAV4 (35,751), which came in at 3rd place overall.
Rounding out the top five was the fourth-placed Toyota Corolla (28,768) and the Toyota Landcruiser (26,633) in fifth.
And yep, as you might’ve noticed, Toyota impressively took out four of the top five spots.
Below is a full list of the top 20 models sold in Australia throughout 2021, including the number of vehicles sold (got your eye on anything below?).
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