July Car Sales: New Models and Price Changes Galore!
Are you ready to rev up your engines and check out the hottest new cars hitting the Australian market?
Get ready for a wild ride as the Australian car market experiences near-record sales! As we gear up for July, car manufacturers are pulling out all the stops with a slew of new models and price changes. Whether you’re a fan of classic brands like Ford and Toyota or prefer something a bit more exotic like Lamborghini or Rolls Royce, there’s something for everyone. So, buckle up and let’s dive into the exciting world of July car sales!
Alfa Romeo is introducing new Ti variants of the Giulia and Stelvio with exciting upgrades.
Ford is adding the Everest Wildtrak 3.0 V6 and the E-Transit 420L electric van to its lineup.
GWM has three new models: the Tank 300 Petrol 4×4, the Cannon XSR dual cab fourbie, and the Lux and Ultra versions of the Tank 300.
Hyundai has made tweaks to the Venue and Tucson models, increasing their prices but offering minor changes.
Isuzu Ute has made its range-topping MU-X LST 4×4 available as a drive-away option.
Jeep has introduced the PHEV version of its SWB Summit Reserve Grand Cherokee.
Kia has released the MY24 Seltos with no price change and the MY24 Niro with minor price increases.
Lamborghini is launching the new Huracan Sterrato Coupe variant.
Lexus has upgraded and repriced some models in its UX range.
Mahindra is introducing the XUV700 petrol FWD medium SUV.
Mazda has made numerous changes, including price increases for the Mazda 2 and Mazda 3.
MG has introduced the MG4 Excite 51 BEV and the MG5 petrol 1.5.
Porsche is releasing the 718 Spyder and Cayman GT4, as well as dropping the prices of Panamera Platinum models.
Renault has announced a special edition Koleos Iconic medium-size SUV.
Rolls Royce has an electric model called the Spectre, although the price is unknown.
Toyota has unveiled the GR Corolla Morizo hot hatch.
Volkswagen has increased the prices of the Polo and Golf hatch, while introducing new variants of their other models.
Volvo has launched the new EX 30 small electric SUV.
- New car sales are booming in Australia
- Importers have made pricing changes to make consumers happy
- Manufacturers are focusing on their most profitable and popular models
- Supply issues continue to impact importers
July is shaping up to be a thrilling month for car enthusiasts in Australia. With a wide range of new models and price changes, there’s something for every type of driver. Whether you’re in the market for a sleek Alfa Romeo or a powerful Porsche, now is the time to make your move. So, get ready to hit the road in style and enjoy the ride!