BMW i3 Absolute leader in November in Norway
The Norwegian PEV passenger car market had its third best month ever, having registered 4.293 units in November, up 45% regarding the same month last year and the market share hitting 33% last month.
The BMW i3 was the best selling car in November, with an impressive 1.014 deliveries, being only the second PEV to reach four digits (The first was the Tesla Model S in March 2014), followed from a far by the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, with 387 registrations and the Volkswagen Golf GTE, with 378.
In the Year-to-date ranking, the Japanese SUV has cemented its leadership (4.877 units) over the Second Placed VW e-Golf (4.480), while the Third Placed VW Golf GTE (4.032 units) could be displaced from the last place of the podium in December by the surging BMW i3, 501 units behind.
In the Light Commercial Vehicles (N1) class, the Nissan e-NV200 is ahead with 293 units sold this year, followed by the Peugeot Partner EV (135 units) and Renault Kangoo ZE (127).
Finally, looking at Fuel Cell vehicles, the Hyundai ix35 FCEV registered three additional units in November, increasing the lead over the Toyota Mirai to six units (13 vs 7), while this year YTD registrations, 20 in total, represent a 33% increase over the 15 units registered in the same period last year.