BMW i3 in Number One in Norway
The Norwegian PEV passenger car market was up 31% Year-on-Year in May, having registered 4.329 units last month, placing the PEV share in 33%, with the VW e-Golf winning back the Best Seller award, thanks to 457 registrations last month, its best result in over a year, followed by the BMW i3 (410 units) and the Outlander PHEV (343).
In the Year-to-date ranking, the BMW i3 stands firm in the leadership, with 2.349 units, while in Second Place we have the Nissan Leaf (1.818 units), which registered only 272 units last month, its lowest result of the year, with the VW Passat GTE closing the podium, with 1.636 units.
A mention for the Fuel Cell market, where the Hyundai ix35 FCEV registered two units last month, YTD the Hyundai model leads the yearly counting with 14 units against 3 of the Toyota Mirai. Norway is the European market with the FCEV highest share: 0,03%.
As for the LCV (N1) market, sales were down 30% last month, to 35 units, mostly due to the Nissan e-NV200, which registered 23 units, while on the YTD ranking, Nissan’s electric van is also leading, with the Japanese registering 116 units while the Second Placed Peugeot Partner EV has 95 units.