Mazda was ahead by just 113 units at the close of October, but now finds itself 381 sales behind with one survey remaining in 2014.
Hyundai was one of the few carmakers in the top-ten last month to see a rise in sales over November last year, with an improvement of 0.8 percent.
This sees Mazda with 91,973 sales sitting in fourth place for the year behind Hyundai on 92,354 and Holden with 98,340.
We can safely scratch Toyota’s name on the trophy for best-selling carmaker in Australia for 2014, with a tally of 184,486 sales to the end of November and a lead over second-placed Holden of 86,146.
Hyundai is currently 4652 sales behind its entire tally for 2013, which was the Korean carmaker’s best year for sales in the Australian market.
If Hyundai manages to sell just over half of the units in December that it sold in November, it will break its record from last year.
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