14 February 2020

Norway Passenger Car Sales : 2019

The Leaf sells well here but is facing stiff competition

The average registrations over the past past ten years is about the same as 2019 so all very orderly on overall volume. Where it gets interesting is movement within the whole, due to government intervention to encourage and discourage certain types of car. This is evident when in 2019 Tesla all but knocked VW off its perch, going from 15th to 2nd in just three years. Electric and/or hybrid models are needed to have much impact here.

Below, green is increase and yellow downward. With the total down 3.8%, there is more of the yellow stuff.


16 17 18 19 Brand 2019 % +/-

1 1 1 1 VW 18,949 13.3% -6%

15 7 6 2 Tesla 18,798 13.2% 118%

2 2 2 3 Toyota 14,885 10.5% 1%

3 3 4 4 BMW 10,330 7.3% -16%

5 4 5 5 Volvo 10,056 7.1% -12%

7 10 3 6 Nissan 7,573 5.3% -47%

19 16 12 7 Hyundai 7,430 5.2% 51%

9 8 13 8 Audi 7,393 5.2% 54%

8 6 7 9 Škoda 6,991 4.9% -10%

10 12 11 10 Mitsubishi 5,351 3.8% 7%

6 9 10 11 Ford 3,747 2.6% -26%

12 11 9 12 Peugeot 3,701 2.6% -27%

4 5 8 13 Mercedes 3,363 2.4% -46%

13 13 14 14 Kia 3,343 2.3% -25%

26 26 21 15 Jaguar 3,263 2.3% 140%

11 14 16 16 Mazda 2,732 1.9% -25%

17 17 15 17 Renault 2,457 1.7% -39%

14 15 17 18 Opel 2,419 1.7% -24%

16 18 18 19 Suzuki 2,309 1.6% -5%

20 20 20 20 Citroën 1,562 1.1% -8%

23 23 22 21 MINI 1,065 0.7% 14%

22 22 23 22 Lexus 1,009 0.7% 9%

21 21 24 23 Honda 844 0.6% -8%

18 19 19 24 Subaru 738 0.5% -57%

25 24 25 25 Porsche 585 0.4% -22%

- 36 30 26 Seat 416 0.3% 175%

24 25 27 27 Land Rover 298 0.2% 3%

27 30 28 28 Dacia 164 0.1% -38%

33 27 26 29 Alfa Romeo 159 0.1% -58%

29 28 31 30 Fiat 86 0.1% -34%

28 31 33 30 DS 86 0.1% 13%

32 29 29 32 smart 62
-74%

30 32 32 33 Chrysler 57
-44%


Others 132 0.1%

Total 142,381
-4%

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