Tesla Model Y outsells Ford Ranger ute in Aussie shock


Australia fans in line with European markets as Tesla Model Y outsells most other vehicles including the much loved Ford Ranger Ute.

According to official new-car sales results published by the Federal Chamber of Automobile Industries (FCAI), 124,926 vehicles were registered in June – up 25% from last June.

As EV sales continue to grow, the Tesla Model Y overtook the popular Ford Ranger ute to become the nation’s second-highest selling car.

The trusty Toyota HiLux continues to be the number one seller down under.

In June, Toyota sold 20,948 vehicles – down 7.1% – while Tesla rose to sixth place, beating MG, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen, Subaru and more. Year-to-date, it remains in ninth place with further growth likely.

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Source: https://www.fcai.com.au/




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