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7 of Australia’s Top Selling Vehicles

On the lookout for your next car and not sure where to start? These days, the endless options for vehicles in different brands, models, sizes, specs, and features can definitely be overwhelming! So, if you are looking for some advice, here are seven of Australias top selling vehicles.

Australias top selling vehicles

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1. Toyota Hilux

The Toyota Hilux has dominated the charts as Australia’s top-selling car for 4 consecutive years and is popularly known as the most reliable dual-cab pickup on the market!

This awesome vehicle offers comfort, a powerful 2.8-litre engine, excellent steering and a sleek interior with all the trimmings, safety features, and infotainment you could wish for.

It’s easy to see why this vehicle is a winner!

2. Ford Ranger

Australian drivers clearly love utes, as number 2 on this list is another high-quality dual-cab pickup!

The Ford Ranger offers style, an incredibly smooth driving experience (on any terrain), and top-class features, like smart keyless entry, adaptive cruising control, lane departure alert, and lane-keep assist.

The wide variety of models in this range makes the Ranger a suitable option for anyone and everyone! These include the XL, XLS, XLT, WildTrak and Raptor models.

3. Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla has long remained the car of choice for many Australian drivers.

Why? Simply because it’s a decent, practical, reliable car with good fuel economy.

This vehicle has a reputation for being affordable and easy to maintain.

Whether you go for the hatch, sedan or hybrid, in the Ascent Sport, SX or ZR models, the Toyota Corolla is always sure to be stylish, and solid in quality!

In terms of safety, the Corolla has a high rating, thanks to its array of standard safety features.

4. Hyundai i30

Australia’s most popular small car, the Hyundai i30 has won the hearts of Australian drivers as a reliable car that consistently serves its purpose.

The i30 is available with petrol, diesel, or a turbo engine, and boasts fantastic features such as dual climate control, full LED daytime running lamps, panoramic glass sunroof, wireless phone charging and a twin-tip exhaust – depending on which model you choose.

5. Mitsubishi Triton

Don’t be surprised to see yet another dual cab ute on this list!

The Mitsubishi Triton is industrious in every aspect, and with one of these, you’re sure to get any job done!

This great vehicle not only has a really powerful engine, but it offers a smooth, quiet ride at the same time.

If you’re looking for space – the Triton has plenty of room in the cabin, so even taller passengers can ride in comfort in the back seats.

With a 5-star ANCAP safety rating, seemingly limitless power and performance, you won’t be disappointed owning a car like this one!

6. Mazda CX-5

When it comes to the most popular medium-sized SUVs in Australia, the Mazda CX-5 has taken the grand prize.

Thanks to its sleek and practical design, spacious interior, excellent fuel economy and performance on the road, this SUV has been a top-seller for years.

Every version in the range offers advanced safety features, such as ABS Brakes, Dynamic Stability Control, 6 Airbags, and Emergency Brake Assist.

7. Mazda 3

The sporty, reliable Mazda 3 has been a favourite among Australians for good reason.

Whether you prefer it in a hatchback or a sedan, you’re sure to enjoy the stylish designs of both its exteriors and interiors.

The Mazda 3 is known to be highly reliable due to its solid, powerful engine, fantastic brakes, and great suspension.

When compared to its rivals, this car leads the way for compact cars in terms of road handling, precise steering, and fuel economy.

The Verdict

If you’re looking to purchase a new car and you’re feeling overwhelmed with all the options on the market, it’s always a good idea to see what other people are buying (and loving)!

The perfect car for you will be unique to your preferences and budget, but this list is an excellent place to start.

If you’re looking for a suitable family car, you might want to consider an SUV like the Mazda CX-5.

On the other hand, if you’re searching for a car to take you on offroad adventures, something like the Toyota Hilux or Ford Ranger would be ideal.

And if a small car for zooming around town is all you need, the Hyundai i30 won’t let you down!

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