In October, Mercedes & BMW Norway sales surged.

Mercedes & BMW Norway

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.

In October 2014 according to data released by Opplysningsrådet for Veitrafikken AS, the Norwegian Road Federation, total new Car Passengers sold in Norway have been 12.963, up 0.5% compared with the correspondent month last year. Hybrid vehicles have been 1.159, with a percentage of 8.9% of total registrations.

Year-to-date October sales in Norway have been 120.067, up 1.1% from the correspondent period last year.

Focus2move full year 2014 Car Market volume projection was unchanged at 143.500 representing a +1% increase from 2013, the new all-time record volume.

Light commercial vehicles market figures in October have been 2.757, up 6.4% from the correspondent month last year with cumulative sales at 24.293, down 4.1% from a year ago.

Volkswagen reinforced the leadership with 2.061 sales in October and 17.720 year to date with share respectively at 15.9% and 14.8%, with sales volume up 33% compared with last year.

Toyota struggled losing 23.2% of the volume performed previous year with sales at 1.451 and market share of 11.2%, while Volvo confirmed third place of the ranking year to date with 1.039 registrations in October and 8.0 market share.

In October great performances have been posted by BMW (6th with 778 sales, + 34.4%), Mercedes (8th with 622 units, +40.1%) and Citroen (14th with 347 sales, +92.8%).

Looking at the recently introduced report on Car Groups, the October leader was Volkswagen Group with 27.7% of market share, ahead of Toyota with 11.4% and PSA with 9%.

As far as model ranking report, the Volkswagen Golf was again on top with 1.038 sales (+60.7%) ahead of Skoda Octavia with 483 units and Toyota Auris with 480.

Among the fastest growing model, there was the Volkswagen Up (9th with 326 units, +131.2%) with Peugeot 308, Kia Rio, Volvo V70 and Nissan Qashqai.

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 OctRank YtDBrandSales OctYTD OctOct YoY VarYTD YoY VarShare SepShare OctShare YtD
11Volkswagen2.06117.72033,0%11,4%14,7%15,9%14,8%
22Toyota1.45113.704-23,2%-11,9%12,6%11,2%11,4%
33Volvo1.0398.303-9,4%-7,0%7,8%8,0%6,9%
45Nissan8677.871-19,3%13,1%6,1%6,7%6,6%
57Skoda7906.2002,2%15,4%4,8%6,1%5,2%
64BMW7788.08834,4%38,2%5,8%6,0%6,7%
76Ford6916.578-20,0%-22,7%5,2%5,3%5,5%
811Mercedes6225.20240,1%5,4%4,3%4,8%4,3%
98Audi6065.957-8,7%-8,9%3,9%4,7%5,0%
109Peugeot6015.52229,8%20,8%4,9%4,6%4,6%
1110Mazda5255.27616,9%-1,7%5,1%4,0%4,4%
1212Mitsubishi4524.57012,7%-8,4%4,2%3,5%3,8%
1313Kia4083.607-11,1%-13,7%3,9%3,1%3,0%
1417Citroen3472.32792,8%8,2%1,5%2,7%1,9%
1516Suzuki2732.505-28,2%41,0%2,2%2,1%2,1%
1618Subaru2622.054-8,1%-25,5%2,5%2,0%1,7%
1715Opel2582.57427,7%-16,2%2,2%2,0%2,1%
1821Renault1951.31978,9%82,4%1,0%1,5%1,1%
1920Honda1811.8065,8%-19,6%1,6%1,4%1,5%
2019Hyundai1501.979-50,5%-48,4%1,8%1,2%1,6%
2123Lexus12359880,9%30,6%0,8%0,9%0,5%
2222Mini92786-23,3%-3,9%0,8%0,7%0,7%
2326Porsche42337110,0%19,1%0,2%0,3%0,3%
2414Tesla363.573-63,3%295,2%0,9%0,3%3,0%
2527Fiat26329-25,7%-41,8%0,2%0,2%0,3%
2624Land Rover25466-52,8%2,6%0,2%0,2%0,4%
2728Jeep1916746,2%160,9%0,1%0,1%0,1%
2825Chevrolet15358-72,7%-22,0%0,4%0,1%0,3%
2929Dacia1112010,0%-28,6%0,1%0,1%0,1%
3030Alfa Romeo781-58,8%-43,8%0,1%0,1%0,1%
3132Maserati3170,0%0,0%0,0%
3131Jaguar343-62,5%-28,3%0,0%0,0%0,0%
3235Ferrari12#DIV/0!0,0%0,0%0,0%
3235SsangYong12-66,7%-90,5%0,0%0,0%0,0%

Rank OctRank YtDGroupSales OctYTD OctOct YoY VarYTD YoY VarShare SepShare OctShare YtD
11Volkswagen3.49930.21416,4%7,5%23,6%27,0%25,2%
22Toyota1.57414.302-19,6%-10,7%13,4%12,1%11,9%
33Renault-Nissan1.0739.310-10,1%18,6%7,2%8,3%7,8%
45Geely Group1.0398.303-9,4%-7,0%7,8%8,0%6,9%
56PSA9487.84947,4%16,7%6,4%7,3%6,5%
64BMW8708.87424,5%33,0%6,6%6,7%7,4%
77Ford6916.578-20,0%-22,7%5,2%5,3%5,5%
810Daimler6225.21138,8%5,1%4,3%4,8%4,3%
98Hyundai-Kia5585.586-26,8%-30,3%5,7%4,3%4,7%
109Mazda5255.27616,9%-1,7%5,1%4,0%4,4%

Rank OctRank YtdModelSales OctSales YtdOct YoY Var.Share I HalfShare Q3Share OctShare Ytd
11Volkswagen Golf1.0387.81960,7%5,0%9,1%8,0%6,5%
24Skoda Octavia4833.674-10,6%3,0%2,9%3,7%3,1%
32Toyota Auris4804.647-29,3%3,7%4,2%3,7%3,9%
48Toyota Yaris4403.218-1,3%2,7%2,4%3,4%2,7%
53Nissan Leaf3724.117-48,0%3,7%3,1%2,9%3,4%
613Volvo V703432.25617,9%1,7%2,1%2,6%1,9%
712Volvo V403372.5725,6%2,0%2,2%2,6%2,1%
87Mazda CX-53313.26210,7%2,6%3,0%2,6%2,7%
96Volkswagen Up!3263.308131,2%2,8%2,9%2,5%2,8%
1010Nissan Qashqai2962.63823,3%2,3%1,9%2,3%2,2%
119Toyota RAV42793.116-7,0%2,7%2,6%2,2%2,6%
1221Peugeot 3082601.508195,5%1,2%1,1%2,0%1,3%
1311Mitsubishi Outlander2292.59529,4%2,1%2,4%1,8%2,2%
1416Volkswagen Tiguan2271.9331,8%1,7%1,4%1,8%1,6%
1515Audi A32211.9609,4%1,6%1,6%1,7%1,6%
1617Suzuki SX42081.874-24,9%1,6%1,5%1,6%1,6%
1714Volkswagen Passat1691.968-29,3%1,8%1,4%1,3%1,6%
1819Ford Focus1391.730-45,9%1,6%1,3%1,1%1,4%
1918BMW i31301.764#DIV/0!1,6%1,4%1,0%1,5%
2026Kia Sportage1231.229-20,1%1,0%1,0%0,9%1,0%

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