It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the auto industry. Despite the ongoing shortages and waiting lists, some vehicles are actually increasing in sales in 2022.
That goes against the overall market, where sales fell 4.1% mainly due to insufficient shipments – the result of semiconductor shortages and the shutdown of most COVID-led factories. .
Here are 10 relatively popular, mainstream services that show good growth in both percentage and volume in 2022, compared to the same period in 2021. They are listed in alphabetical order.
Revenue 3229 compared to the beginning of the year, up 29.4%
Hyundai as a whole is having a bad year, but its cheapest car is doing well. There are no recent updates, but Venue sales have grown 29.4% this year to 3,229 vehicles, and the market share of the light SUV segment has grown from 10.4% to 14.9%. .
Revenue 1371 compared to the beginning of the year, up 76.2%
Large, high-burning fastbacks and sedans are said to be the dying breed, but not Kia’s rear-wheel drive halo. Sales in Australia are up 76% this year, almost all of which go to the twin-turbo V6, and it outsells both the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class (which aren’t quite the competition). perfect, but it depends on the context).
Revenue 1844 compared to the beginning of the year, up 285.8%
The fast-growing Chinese brand is better known for its low-priced vans and vans, but sales of the D90 seven-seat SUV have skyrocketed this year. That’s mainly because interest rates start at $36,990 to drive and top out for the biturbo diesel option at $49,990.
Revenue 7386 compared to the beginning of the year, up 33.8%
Mazda as a whole is down nearly 10% this year, but the CX-30 compact crossover is a rare bright spot. In fact, its market share (14.9%) makes it the number two best-selling small SUV in the country this year, behind the MG ZS and ahead of the Mitsubishi ASX.
Revenue 3745 compared to the beginning of the year, up 51.8%
Another fast-growing Chinese brand, MG, has produced the best-selling Light Vehicle (MG 3) and compact SUV (ZS), and the third model, HS, is becoming increasingly popular thanks to The supply is good, the price is cheap, and the plug-in hybrid range is growing.
Revenue 4297 compared to the beginning of the year, up 37.1%
Mitsubishi’s affordable, 4×4 based on Triton is having a good year, largely because Aussies have itchy feet. Through the end of May, its sales have outperformed the Isuzu MU-X and Ford Everest, with 4297 units finding buyers interested in its towing and off-road credits.
2835 revenue compared to the beginning of the year, up 117.2%
You should still wait a few months, but the V8 giant Nissan took advantage of the LandCruiser 300 Series shortage by posting a record sale in its Y62 generation – record fuel price hikes with a tendency to be expensive. red. Undeniable value, overall…
Revenue 1443 compared to the beginning of the year, up 153.2%
Renault’s aging, forgotten, Korean-made Koleos midsize SUV is doing business fast, raking in cash as competitors run out of stock and prices keep rising. In doing so, its market share more than doubled from 0.8% to 2.0%.
3651 revenue compared to the beginning of the year, up 104.5%
Along with the similarly cheap and playful MG 3, Suzuki Baleno from India dominated the new car market later this year, more than doubling its share to 19.2%. No frills, but plenty of pocket-friendly metal in the…
Revenue 11,400 compared to the beginning of the year, up 50.8%
Toyota’s dominant Prado isn’t a spring rooster, but it’s the best-selling off-road capable diesel SUV on the market, favored by trailers and explorers (and enthusiasts) trail running expert). Its growth this year, 50.8%, only enhances its market share.