BMW is rising in The Netherlands
The Dutch PEV passenger car market is back to 2013 levels, dropping 67% Year-on-Year, having registered 641 units in May, something that can be explained by the drop of incentives for plug-in hybrids.
For the first time, the BMW 330e was the Best Selling model last month, with 144 units, a new personal best, followed by the Volvo XC90 T8 PHEV (116 registrations), with the Third Position belonging to another BMW, the 225xe Active Tourer.
This performance from its two newest models allowed BMW to climb to the Second Position in the Year-to-date automakers ranking, with 719 units, displacing Tesla (695 units) to Third Place. With the leader Volvo (839 units) not too far ahead, we could see the Bavarian automaker lead this market until year end.