The Toyota Hilux has again claimed the top spot in February, while its close rival, the Ford Ranger, drops to fourth as an all-new model looms
The monthly VFACTS report has been released and the results for February ’22 are interesting.
The Toyota Hilux continues its dominance as the best-selling vehicle in Australia for February, shifting 4803 units. And following supply constraints, the Toyota RAV4 rebounded into the second spot on the ladder with 4454 units, supported by a refreshed range entering showrooms mid-month.
That being said, the Ford Ranger is still sitting in second place behind the Hilux in terms of year-to-date sales with 6700 units sold so far in 2022, followed by the Triton (6648) and RAV4 (5879).
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