BMW i3 in Number One in Norway
The Norwegian PEV passenger car market was up 11% Year-on-Year in February, having registered 3.904 units last month, with the BMW i3 winning for the second time in a row the Best Seller award, thanks to 497 registrations last month, doubling the result of the same month last year, and earning the #28 position in the general ranking.
In Second Place we have the Volkswagen Passat GTE (433 registrations), while the Nissan Leaf reached Third Place, with a surprising result of 408 units, its best result in 10 months.
A mention for the Fuel Cell market, where the Hyundai ix35 FCEV registered 8 units this year, six more than in the same period last year, while the Toyota Mirai has yet to register its first 2017 unit.
As for the LCV (N1) market, sales were down 39% last month, mostly due to the Renault Kangoo ZE, which was down 89% Year-on-year, to just three units, to the benefit of the Nissan e-NV200 van, winning in February with 18 units, followed by the Peugeot Partner EV (7 registrations) and the Citroën Berlingo EV (5).