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Holden Commodore 86,553.
Ford Falcon 73,220.
Toyota Camry 38,540.
Toyota Corolla 36,128.
Toyota Hi Lux 25,883.
Mitsubishi Magna 21,541.
Mazda 323 20,993.
Toyota LandCruiser 20,306.
Ford Falcon Ute 20,212.
Holden Rodeo 19,226.
Nissan Pulsar 18,972.
Mitsubishi Lancer 17,931.
Holden Commodore Ute 17,211.
Toyota Ech0 16,986.
Toyota Prado 14,639.
Mazda 6 12,708.
Nissan X-Trail 12,675.
Ford Focus 12,502.
Nissan Patrol 12,331.
Losers for 2003.
Alfa Romeo sales down 20.18%
Daewoo sales down 13.16%
Daihatsu sales down 19.38%.
Jaguar sales down 18.16%.
Land Rover sales down 13.84%.
MG Rover sales down 19.20%.
Renault sales down 30.28%.
SAAB sales down 18.21%.
Volvo Car sales down 15.05%
Big improvers for 2003.
Citroen sales up 35.43%.
Fiat sales up 217.46%
Honda sales up 30.65%
Ford Sales Up 15.92%.
Holden sales DOWN 1.67%. !
KIA sales up 40.84%.
Lexus sales up 44.33%.
Mazda sales up 35.92%.
Porsche sales up 66.71%.
Proton sales up 51.20%.
VW sales up 24.99%.
Interesting figures. Ford is doing not too badly.
 

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Article doesn't say ,what percentage are fleet or private sales.
Sunday Times today lists models %.
Holden has 40.5% and Ford 38.5% of the large car market. Mitsubishi 9.4%.
Sports car : Monaro 23.2%, Holden Astra Convertible 14.4% and Peugot 260CC Convertible 11.6%.
Prestige car market : Honda Accord 27.7%, FORD FAIRLANE 10.6%, Nissan Maxima
8.9%.
 

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Toyota Corolla 36,128 this is outstanding for a little car, this is where Ford have to try and gain ground, with trying to do more marketing with the Ford Focus 12,502.
good to see the great aussie Ford Falcon Ute 20,212 held up.....
 
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