In 2022, Toyota sold 231,050 vehicles in Australia.

    Below you will see a visualisation of how those sales compare to a decade ago in 2012.

    In 2012 Toyota sold 218,716 vehicles in Australia. Models like the Aurion and Rukus are no longer on sale but new models like the Corolla Cross, CH-R, Fortuner and Yaris Cross have made up the difference.

    Below is a graphical representation of the top manufacturers sales over the last 25 years (1997 to 2022), inclusive of passenger vehicles, SUVs, and both light and heavy commercial vehicles. This graph is interactive and you can pick to compare any number of manufacturers.

    Toyota Aurion9,0740
    Toyota Camry (4 cyl)27,2309,538
    Toyota C-HR07,977
    Toyota Coaster380311
    Toyota Corolla38,79925,284
    Toyota Corolla Cross02,563
    Toyota FJ Cruiser2,9810
    Toyota Fortuner04,614
    Toyota 862,047212
    Toyota Granvia0156
    Toyota Hiace Bus2,6142,594
    Toyota Hiace Van2,0478,748
    Toyota Hilux 4X211,37917,062
    Toyota Hilux 4X429,26747,329
    Toyota Kluger13,23912,562
    Toyota Landcruiser PU/CC7,91211,390
    Toyota Landcruiser Wagon10,82913,152
    Toyota Mirai014
    Toyota Prado17,04521,102
    Toyota Prius1,79744
    Toyota Prius C1,8830
    Toyota Prius V01
    Toyota RAV414,65134,845
    Toyota Supra0141
    Toyota Tarago1,0310
    Toyota Yaris18,8082,979
    Toyota Yaris Cross08,432
    Toyota Rukus8230
    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. The best way to reach him is via Instagram.

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