Top 10 most popular cars in Australia

Mobile phones and cars are two categories in which there are frequent updates. If you're thinking of buying a vehicle, then you must be searching for the best model which can meet your requirements. The availability of new cars in Australia make it pretty confusing to pick the right one.

Here is our list of top ten most popular cars in Australia.

Popular Cars in Different Segments

UTE

 Ford Ranger

Ford Ranger

Toyota Hilux is available with various engine configurations, the 2.4L turbo-diesel, 2.8L turbo-diesel and Hilux 4.0L V6 Petrol Engine. The Ford Ranger is available in 2.2L and 2.4L five-cylinder turbo diesel engines. Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger are UTE with ample space in the interior and exterior side of the cabin. They have high ground clearance, large wheels and sturdier frame which is perfect for off the road driving.

Micro Car

 Kia Picanto

Kia Picanto

In the micro car segment, we like the Kia Picanto as it is ideal for commuting shorter distances and parking within the city. It's a good budget car as the price range begins at $14,000. The new Picanto has a sportier style and has many features like the tiger nose grille, rear parking sensors, daytime running lights and dusk-sensing automatic headlamps. It is also available in manual and automatic transmission.

Small Car

 Mazda 3

Mazda 3

Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3 and Hyundai i30 are fantastic small size vehicles with lots of sales in the Australian market. The petrol engine on Toyota Corolla is a 1.8L, four-cylinder whereas the Mazda 3 and Hyundai i30 carry a 2.0L four-cylinder petrol engine.

The warranty period on Corolla and Mazda 3 is 3 Years or 100,000 km, but Hyundai i30 has five years/ unlimited kilometres warranty. Hyundai i30 has features like a rear camera, dual zone climate control, cruise control and Apple CarPlay.

The Corolla has safety functions like lane departure alert, pre-collision safety system and automatic high beam. The Mazda 3 has a stylish exterior, and all the variants include standard features which are blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and smart city brake support. It offers sufficient cabin space and good phone, Bluetooth connectivity. You can also connect to DAB+ radio on the Mazda 3. All three models are doing well in the small size car segment and are worth your attention.

Mid-Size Car

 Holden Commodore Evoke

Holden Commodore Evoke

 

Holden Commodore offers sleek midsize cars with smart features like head up display, forward collision alert and lane departure warning. If you’re looking for some room space within the cabin, then checking out Commodore would be worth your time. The Commodore has three models for you to explore the Evoke, SV6 and SS.

Small-Medium SUV

 Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail

 

The Toyota C-HR, Mazda CX-5 and Nissan X-Trail are reliable SUVs in the small and mid-segment SUV category. All pricing of all three vehicles starts off at around $27,000 and is worth considering if you want to purchase an SUV.

We hope that you enjoy reading the list and it helps you with your vehicle search.