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Norwegian Auto Market in September dropped down 21% hit by the post-WLTP effect, with several brands (Volkswagen Group over all) involved in the sales of vehicles registered in August. Nissan continues to navigate fast, doubling sales from the previous year.
Norway Cars Market hit in the 2017 the 3rd highest sales level ever, keeping the fast process to renovate vehicles with traditional combustion with AFVs, actually at 50% of the mix. The leader, Volkswagen, struggles while Tesla and Volvo are the 2017 winners.
Norwegian Cars Market in 2016 hit the fourth increase ina row ranking as the World's 42nd, despite the severe headwinds the economy is facing since the global oil market crisis.EVs segment kept booming hitting a new record.
Norwegian Cars Industry in November recovered the sales losses of the previous month. BMW was 2nd outpacing Toyota while the BMW i3 led the models ranking.
Norwegian car sales up in double-digit in September albeit the country's economy is hit by the low export and low oil price, falling near recession. BMW i3 jumped in the podium.
Norway Auto sales grew moderately during the first half while approaching hard time after Brexit. Volkswagen kept leadership while BMW and Mercedes boomed volumes.
Norway Vehicles in 2016 at record pace. Q1 ends at best eve level, up 5%. Mitsubishi shines with Outlander PHEV second best-selling model behind VW Golf and ahead of the second generation Nissan Leaf.
Norway car market in 2015 hit the new all time record sales, first time over the 150.000 annual units. The record follow the two established in the previous years after the de-taxation of electric vehicles.
Norway new cars sales speed up in Q3. September +7% confirms a record trend albeit slowdown in investment and shy economy due to the low oil price. Volkswagen still leader while Tesla S is the second best-selling model.
Norway Light Vehicle Sales rose 24% in June pushing the first half at best level ever. Albeit in short supply, Volkswagen Golf sales had been tremendous with market share above 10% ahead of Toyota Auris and Tesla S.
Norway Electric Vehicles segment at 13% and Hybrids at 8% in the 2014. Tesla sold over 4.000 units in the year while many EV models are on top of best-selling models list. The full market was up only 1%, at best level in the decade.
In October, Mercedes & BMW Norway sales surged as the domestic auto market kept momentum and the pace for a record year. Volkswagen led the ranking ahead of a struggling Toyota with Golf sales boosted by EV version availability.
Norway to re-think Electric Vehicles policy while car sales slowing in September unchanging the year end projections at new all-time record volume thanks to the EVs sales boom. The country is spending over €500 million sustaining EVs.
Norway car market rose 2% in May despite the underperformance of Volkswagen and reduced speed on the E.V. retails limited by the short supply. The market outlook stands moderately positive thanks to the growing internal demand.
Norwegian Car Market fell 13% in April 2014 due to EVs short supply. Following the record posted by Tesla S Series in March, the American model fell down despite growing customers order. Nissan Leaf was second behind Volkswagen Golf.
In the planet Norway, March car market boomed hit by a green fever. Tesla S-Model landed on top of sales list while Nissan Leaf was fifth, Mitsubishi Outlander 9th and BMW i3 tenth. Ending Q1 with a robust increase, market is chasing new all-time record.
December 2013 put the last stone in a great year, with sales boomed over 20%. The last was the bestselling year for the Norwegian car market in last 2 decades. Mazda was voted the Best Brand of the Year, ahead of Tesla and Nissan. Tesla S the Model of the Year.
November 2013 was flat as total market sales while was full of sensations for the Norwegian car market, the global center of innovation for low emission vehicles. Tesla S Model boomed sales again, the Hybrid Auris was stable and Leaf was in short supply.
October 2013 was again surprisingly in Norway and the small Scandinavian market posted a new milestone in the recent history of car industry. Following the Tesla S September sales boom, Nissan placed the Leaf on top of all vehicles list.
Although the data was influenced by long order bank accumulated in several months, Tesla S leadership in the Norwegian car market represented a little milestone for the entire global sector. It was first time for an EV produced by an only EV car manufacturer.