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The Ford Ranger started the new year on a high. – Dubai Car News

Ford’s next-generation Ranger continues to attract buyers, with the Blue Oval ute posting its strongest sales figures in January 2023 on both the overall and 4×4 charts.

The Ranger shifted a total of 4250 4×4 units for the month – 4749 when you combine 4×2 and 4×4 sales – positioning it with a healthy sales buffer over its perennial rival, the Toyota HiLux.

Despite the arrival of the new model, Toyota’s aging Hilux continues to sell well, finishing second on both the 4×4 (3044 sales) and overall (4131) charts.

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Isuzu’s D-MAX was the third best-selling 4×4 in Australia in January, posting 1637 deliveries, up 12.6 per cent on the same time last year.

The Ford Everest also posted a strong start to 2023, with a total of 1,230 next-generation deliveries in new driveways – representing a 68.5 percent sales increase over January 2022 and making the Everest the highest Positioned as the largest SUV on sale. Australia.

GWM’s Ute is the most popular of the budget utes available in Australia, with 716 sales of the Chinese ute in the top 10 this month. It is ahead of LDV T60 with 587 sales and SsangYong Musso with 308 sales.

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In the $100K+ battle between the Chevrolet Silverado and the RAM 1500, the RAM was more popular with buyers – 405 sales vs. 225.

Total vehicle sales in January 2023 increased by 11.9 percent, compared to the same month last year, with a total of 84,873 new vehicles delivered for the first month of the year.

Of these sales, SUVs (46,698) and LCVs (18,546) delivered a combined 76.9 percent. The LCV market in particular grew by 1.6 percent (287 sales) compared to January 2022.

“This data is the best January result since 2018 and shows that the industry is recovering after years of supply chain disruptions and delays,” FCAI chief executive Tony Weber said.

January 2023: Australia’s top 10 new 4×4 sales

1 Ford Ranger 4250
2 Toyota Hilux 3044
3 Isuzu D-MAX 1637
4 Ford Everest 1230
5 Toyota Prado 1182
6 Mazda BT-50 1169
7 Mitsubishi Triton 1051
8 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 996
9 Isuzu MU-X 828
10 GWM UT 716

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