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3rd June 2015

Toyota HiLux - topping the sales charts ahead of an all-new model to be launched later this year. (HiLux SR5 double cab shown)

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Toyota's HiLux was Australia's best-selling vehicle in May as the rugged workhorse marked a significant milestone by passing 850,000 sales in this country.

Corolla also maintained its overall lead as Australia's best-selling car in 2015 and now has a margin of almost 1,300 sales over its closest rival.

Continued popularity of HiLux and Corolla - the country's most popular ute and passenger car - lifted Toyota to a total of more than 15,900 sales last month.

The market leader's May tally was 82.7 per cent higher than any other brand and lifted Toyota to a 2015 total of more than 80,000 sales - a lead of more than 35,000 vehicles over its nearest competitor.

Toyota's May total included 3,173 HiLux single, extra and double cabs - almost 300 sales ahead of any other vehicle in the market.

It is the 14th time HiLux has topped the monthly sales charts - and HiLux remains the only vehicle of its type to have achieved that distinction.

Early in the month, Toyota registered its 850,000th Australian HiLux customer since the nameplate was born in 1968. The grand total now includes more than 478,800 HiLux 4x4 variants and 373,500 in 4x2 guise.

Other segment leaders for Toyota in May were Camry following the introduction of an upgraded range with bold new styling, the 86 sports car, LandCruiser 200, HiAce van and HiAce bus. LandCruiser Prado and Kluger were the top selling large SUVs.

Toyota Australia's executive director sales and marketing Tony Cramb said HiLux is a global and Australian success story with more than 16 million sold around the world.

"HiLux has been a long-time favourite in Australia with 850,000 sales and is now more popular than ever as confirmed by its best-selling status last month," Mr Cramb said.

"Renowned for its 'unbreakable' tag, HiLux has delivered the size, capabilities and performance demanded by customers for more than 47 years," Mr Cramb said.

"The current model line-up continues to out-perform its rivals, which gives Toyota a great launching pad for introducing an all-new HiLux to the market later this year," he said.