The Tesla Model X is the 2nd best-selling nameplate in Norway in June. Picture dn.no
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Thanks to sales up 4% in June to 14.228 units, the Norwegian new car market edges into positive territory over the First Half of 2017 at +0.3% to 77.983 registrations. This is the largest June volume in Norway since 1986 (16.064). 27.7% of total registrations this month are full-Electric cars, and when we add PHEV vehicles this share soars to 42.2%, confirming Norway is well ahead of the curve when it comes to environmentally-friendly car sales. Volkswagen remains master in command with a strong 15.6% share despite a 3% drop, followed by Toyota falling harder at -14% to 9.7% share. In contrast, Mercedes surges 34% to third place, BMW is up 28% to #4, Skoda up 30% to #5 and, most impressively, Tesla is up 3-fold to #6. Further down, notice Opel up 59%, Hyundai up 84%, Suzuki up 43% and Porsche up 28%.
Model-wise, after a difficult start of the year, the VW Golf posts its first double-digit gain of 2017 at +19% to 8.8% share, with the e-Golf representing 69% of its sales for the month and the PHEV variant 13%. The surprise of the month is the Tesla Model X up 34 spots on May to land in 2nd place overall for the second time in its one-year career, the first being in September 2016. In fact, there are many changes atop the Norwegian models ranking this month. The Renault Zoe is up 38 ranks to #3, the BMW i3 is up 8-fold on June 2016 to #4 and the Opel Ampera-e continues to progress, up 9 spots on May to break into the Top 10 for the first time at #6. Notice also the Skoda Kodiaq up to #12.
Previous month: Norway May 2017: Opel Ampera-e up to #15
Full June 2017 Top 37 All-brands and Top 224 All-models below.