Norway best selling models 2016. The top 100

Norway best selling models Mitsubishi-Outlander_PHEV-2017

Norway best selling models 2016 ranking shows many new stars behind the usual leader, the Volkswagen Golf. EVs and Hybrids models dominate the scene with BMW i3 jumped in 8th.

According to data released by Opplysningsrådet for Veitrafikken AS, the Norwegian Road Federation, during the 2016 the best-selling car in Norway was the Volkswagen Golf, confirming the position acquired last year thanks to 13.149 units sold (-19.9%) almost the double than the first follower.

In second place was again the Mitsubishi Outlander, with 5.687 units (+43.8%) followed by the Toyota RAV4, up 4 spots with 4.955 (+32.0%), the Volkswagen Passat, up 5 spots,with 4.813 (+50.1%), and the Toyota Auris, down 3 spots with 4.419 (-9.6%).

In sixth place the Toyota Yaris with 4.247 (+0.8%) ahead of the Nissan Leaf up 3 spots with 4.162 units (+30.5%), the BMW i3, up 8 spots with 3.953 (+64.5%),  the Skoda Octavia with 3.795 sales (-11.5%) and in 10th place the Volkswagen Tiguan, up 23 spots, with 3.233 (+123%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2016 Rank 2015 Best Sales 2016 Sales 2015 Variation 2016
1 1 Volkswagen Golf 13.148 16.388 -19,8%
2 6 Mitsubishi Outlander 5.687 3.955 43,8%
3 7 Toyota RAV4 4.955 3.755 32,0%
4 8 Volkswagen Passat 4.813 3.207 50,1%
5 2 Toyota Auris 4.419 4.890 -9,6%
6 4 Toyota Yaris 4.247 4.214 0,8%
7 9 Nissan Leaf 4.162 3.189 30,5%
8 15 BMW i3 3.953 2.403 64,5%
9 3 Skoda Octavia 3.795 4.280 -11,3%
10 29 Volkswagen Tiguan 3.233 1.446 123,6%
11 13 Audi A3 3.018 2.776 8,7%
12 10 Mazda CX-5 2.655 3.168 -16,2%
13 33 Mazda CX-3 2.286 1.359 68,2%
14 20 Mercedes B Class 2.271 1.883 20,6%
15 16 Volvo XC60 2.259 2.231 1,3%
16 5 Tesla Model S 2.051 4.039 -49,2%
17 12 Nissan Qashqai 2.021 2.808 -28,0%
18 28 Skoda Superb 2.012 1.602 25,6%
19 44 Toyota Prius 1.985 1.045 90,0%
20 38 BMW 2 Series 1.883 1.247 51,0%
21 25 Renault Zoe 1.818 1.634 11,3%
22 14 Ford Mondeo 1.716 2.549 -32,7%
23 26 Mercedes C Class 1.702 1.624 4,8%
24 22 Volvo V40 1.688 1.797 -6,1%
25 46 Audi A4 1.663 994 67,3%
26 23 Volkswagen Polo 1.645 1.741 -5,5%
27 82 Opel Astra 1.620 442 266,5%
28 17 Volkswagen Up! 1.589 2.039 -22,1%
29 74 Ford S-max 1.565 501 212,4%
30 19 Volvo V60 1.498 1.895 -20,9%
31 21 Peugeot 308 1.478 1.847 -20,0%
32 27 Toyota Avensis 1.469 1.620 -9,3%
33 47 Volvo XC90 1.438 988 45,5%
34 Tesla Model X 1.430
35 18 Ford Focus 1.418 2.012 -29,5%
36 86 BMW X1 1.377 401 243,4%
37 31 Ford Fiesta 1.350 1.365 -1,1%
38 30 Suzuki Vitara 1.329 1.378 -3,6%
39 11 Volvo V70 1.255 2.814 -55,4%
40 34 BMW 3 Series 1.244 1.353 -8,1%
41 24 Kia Sportage 1.212 1.703 -28,8%
42 45 Kia Soul 1.208 1.020 18,4%
43 87 BMW X5 1.195 376 217,8%
44 90 Mercedes GLC 1.124 338 232,5%
45 36 Ford Kuga 1.073 1.297 -17,3%
46 42 Suzuki SX4/ S-Cross 1.022 1.133 -9,8%
47 59 Peugeot 2008 1.003 709 41,5%
48 37 Nissan X-Trail 991 1.249 -20,7%
49 41 Skoda Fabia 988 1.139 -13,3%
50 39 BMW X3 974 1.244 -21,7%
51 65 Subaru XV 962 604 59,3%
52 58 Hyundai Tucson 958 739 29,6%
53 62 Mercedes E Class 923 662 39,4%
54 43 Opel Mokka 922 1.094 -15,7%
55 Hyundai Ioniq 863
56 56 Audi Q5 827 804 2,9%
57 35 Subaru Forester 817 1.322 -38,2%
58 60 Peugeot 208 766 697 9,9%
59 50 Mercedes CLA 745 899 -17,1%
60 90 Volkswagen Touran 732 338 116,6%
61 40 Honda CR-V 725 1.206 -39,9%
62 48 Audi A6 705 932 -24,4%
63 51 Mazda6 694 898 -22,7%
64 58 Mercedes A Class 684 739 -7,4%
65 53 Hyundai i20 676 850 -20,5%
66 32 Subaru Outback 656 1.364 -51,9%
67 124 Honda HR-V 609 130 368,5%
68 55 Opel Corsa 596 824 -27,7%
69 71 Citroen C4 Cactus 554 547 1,3%
70 63 Lexus NX 535 656 -18,4%
71 77 Mini 512 461 11,1%
72 Kia Niro 501
73 61 Mercedes GLA 487 696 -30,0%
74 52 BMW 5 Series 475 891 -46,7%
75 131 Audi Q7 465 99 369,7%
76 54 Mazda3 439 828 -47,0%
77 79 Skoda Rapid 426 459 -7,2%
78 70 Suzuki Swift 418 566 -26,1%
79 49 Mitsubishi ASX 414 909 -54,5%
80 72 Peugeot 3008 412 520 -20,8%
81 80 Audi A1 409 445 -8,1%
82 Volvo V90 398
83 81 Kia Cee’d 392 444 -11,7%
84 68 Skoda Yeti 380 572 -33,6%
85 73 Renault Captur 376 506 -25,7%
86 89 Citroen C4 Picasso 368 350 5,1%
87 84 Mazda2 360 416 -13,5%
88 76 Audi Q3 351 466 -24,7%
89 114 Renault Kadjar 348 171 103,5%
90 69 Peugeot ION 335 570 -41,2%
91 57 BMW 1 Series 326 749 -56,5%
92 96 Ford C-max 320 301 6,3%
93 85 Kia Rio 318 405 -21,5%
94 122 Dacia Duster 303 139 118,0%
95 78 Peugeot 508 298 460 -35,2%
96 Ford Edge 288
96 88 BMW X4 288 372 -22,6%
97 64 Kia Picanto 283 635 -55,4%
98 86 Mitsubishi Space Star 276 401 -31,2%
99 97 Subaru Levorg 275 298 -7,7%
100 75 Mitsubishi i-MiEV 273 490 -44,3%

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