The list of the best-selling hybrid vehicles in 2022, not including plug-in hybrids, was dominated by Toyota.

The Japanese brand accounted for almost 90 percent of all hybrid sales in the country.

The number of hybrid vehicles sold in 2022 totalled 81,673 (of which 72,814 belonged to Toyota), with the top seven hybrids all carrying a Toyota badge.

Number eight was the Lexus NX, with the best-selling product not from the Toyota Motor Corporation being the GWM Haval H6 with 1194 sales. Closing out the top ten was the Kia Niro with 1153 sales.

The number of standard hybrid vehicles sold was more than double that of full-electric vehicles (33,416) and dwarfed the 5937 plug-in hybrids sold.

Below is an interactive treemap of all electrified vehicles (Battery EV, PHEV, Hybrid, FCEV etc) sold in Australia:

Below is the full list of hybrids and their sales in 2022:

Model2022 Sales
Toyota RAV426,547
Toyota Corolla17,585
Toyota Kluger8,413
Toyota Camry7,654
Toyota Yaris Cross6,394
Toyota C-HR3,517
Toyota Corolla Cross1,984
Lexus NX1,398
GWM Haval H61,194
Kia Niro1,153
Subaru Forester882
GWM Haval Jolion755
Subaru XV685
Toyota Yaris676
Lexus ES543
Lexus UX519
Lexus RX495
Honda HR-V416
Hyundai Santa Fe315
Maserati Levante181
Kia Sorento123
Honda Civic71
Hyundai Ioniq60
Honda Accord50
Toyota Prius44
Lexus LS9
GWM Tank 3003
Lexus IS3
Maserati Ghibli2
Lexus LC1
Toyota Prius V1
Grand Total81,673

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Alborz Fallah

Alborz is the founder of CarAdvice (sold to Nine and now Drive) and co-founder of CarExpert. He is an honourary adjunct professor & entrepreneur in residence at the University of QLD. He loves naturally-aspirated V8s, V10s and V12s and is in denial about the impending death of the internal combustion engine.

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