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New Zealand 4 months 2010: Suzuki Swift on podium

Car sales are up 10% in New Zealand over the first 4 months of the year at 25,037 registrations. The Toyota Corolla holds onto its pole position but see its market share slip slightly from 6.7% over the Full Year 2009 to 5.5% now.

The Toyota Hilux is stable at #2 with 4.5% whereas the Suzuki Swift gains one spot in 3rd with 1,079 sales and 4.3%, ahead of the Holden Commodore at 846 sales and 3.4%. The Holden Cruze delivers a remarkable entrance in the Top 10 in 6th with 692 sales and 2.8%.

Other good performances include the 11th place of the Mitsubishi Outlander, the Mitsubishi Triton at #15 and the VW Golf at #17. Full Top 20 Ranking Table below.

New Zealand 4 months 2010:

Pos Model 2010 pdm 2009 pdm Pos
1 Toyota Corolla 1,389 5.5% 4,699 6.7% 1
2 Toyota Hilux 1,124 4.5% 3,047 4.3% 2
3 Suzuki Swift 1,079 4.3% 2,333 3.3% 4
4 Holden Commodore 846 3.4% 2,875 4.1% 3
5 Mazda3 823 3.3% 1,960 2.8% 6
6 Holden Cruze 692 2.8% n/a n/a n/a
7 Ford Falcon 616 2.5% 2,242 3.2% 5
8 Mazda6 581 2.3% 1,515 2.2% 7
9 Nissan Navara 570 2.3% 1,375 2.0% 11
10 Ford Ranger 455 1.8% 1,462 2.1% 9
11 Mitsubishi Outlander 421 1.7% n/a n/a n/a
12 Ford Mondeo 420 1.7% 1,454 2.1% 10
13 Toyota Yaris 420 1.7% 1,486 2.1% 8
14 Holden Colorado 395 1.6% 1,040 1.5% 18
15 Mitsubishi Triton 384 1.5% n/a n/a n/a
16 Toyota Hiace 363 1.4% 1,090 1.6% 15
17 Volkswagen Golf 362 1.4% n/a n/a n/a
18 Hyundai i30 357 1.4% 1,053 1.5% 17
19 Toyota Rav4 346 1.4% 997 1.4% 19
20 Holden Captiva 341 1.4% n/a n/a n/a

Source: MIA

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