Norway new vehicle registrations Half Yearly Data

Norway New Vehicle Registrations Half Yearly Data

During the past month of June, new vehicle registrations in Norway decreased by 25.5% compared to the same month of the previous year until reaching a total volume of 11,443 units delivered to new users.

As usual in this country, electrics has a very important weight. Specifically, during June they reached 44.1% of the quota until achieving the 5,041 units. 2,546 PHEVs, 1,065 hybrids, 1,397 with unleaded gasoline, and 1,393 units with diesel engines were also sold.

Among the firms that closed positive, we must mention Volvo (+ 93.9%), Mercedes (+ 54.4%), Peugeot (+ 70.4%), Suzuki (+ 52.4%), SEAT (+ 500%) and MG, the latter newly released

RANKING BRANDS JUNE 2020

  1. VW 1,367
  2. Volvo 1,266
  3. Toyota 913
  4. Hyundai 889
  5. Skoda 873
  6. Mercedes 596
  7. Tesla 560
  8. Peugeot 557
  9. Audi 539
  10. BMW 452
  11. Nissan 394
  12. Ford 386
  13. Mitsubishi 341
  14. Kia 332
  15. MG 316
  16. Suzuki 288
  17. Opel 216
  18. Porsche 216
  19. Mazda 183
  20. Renault 171
  21. Polestar 170
  22. SEAT 94
  23. Citroën 82
  24. Jaguar 78
  25. Lexus 71
  26. Subaru 67
  27. Honda 53
  28. MINI 35
  29. DS 28
  30. Land Rover 17
  31. Fiat 15
  32. Dacia 11
  33. Alfa Romeo 8
  34. Smart 8
  35. BYD 6
  36. SsangYong 1
  37. Others 29

TOP 60 MODELS JUNE 2020

  1. VW Golf 724
  2. Hyundai Kona 539
  3. Tesla Model3 527
  4. Volvo XC40 521
  5. Skoda Octavia 459
  6. Audi e-Tron 453
  7. Mitsubishi Outlander 338
  8. Hyundai Ioniq 327
  9. MG ZS 316
  10. Nissan Leaf 303
  11. Volvo XC60 276
  12. Toyota C-HR 221
  13. Mercedes EQC 220
  14. Toyota Corolla 206
  15. Kia Soul 190
  16. VW Up! 187
  17. Volvo V60 187
  18. Porsche Taycan 172
  19. Toyota Yaris 169
  20. Ford Kuga 163
  21. Toyota RAV4 158
  22. Peugeot 2008 155
  23. Polestar1 151
  24. Renault ZOE 148
  25. BMW i3 138
  26. Skoda Citigo 138
  27. Suzuki Swift 132
  28. Peugeot 3008 125
  29. Volvo XC90 123
  30. Peugeot 208 120
  31. Skoda Superb 119
  32. VW Tiguan 109
  33. Toyota Prius 108
  34. VW T-Roc 95
  35. Opel Ampera-e 92
  36. SEAT Mii 89
  37. Skoda Kodiaq 89
  38. Mercedes A-Class 87
  39. Mazda CX-30 86
  40. VW Polo 82
  41. Suzuki Vitara 81
  42. VW Passat 76
  43. Peugeot 5008 75
  44. Volvo V90 75
  45. Volvo S60 73
  46. Ford Explorer 72
  47. Jaguar I-Pace 72
  48. Kia Niro 70
  49. Ford Focus 69
  50. BMW 5 Series 66
  51. Mazda CX-5 66
  52. Suzuki S-Cross 65
  53. Mercedes E-Class 62
  54. Mercedes GLC 61
  55. BMW X3 58
  56. Opel Grandland X 52
  57. Nissan Qashqai 51
  58. VW T-Cross 49
  59. BMW 3 Series 46
  60. Mercedes C-Class 45
  61. Opel Corsa 45

Beyond the first position of the Volkswagen Golf that does not surprise anyone, the surprise this June was the MG ZS that with its electric option has become a commercial success. BYD is also present in this market with Tang, and although only 6 units were sold in June, it promises to get a good part of the segment thanks to a range greater than 500 km.

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Very well Volvo XC40 that with the PHEV versions their numbers have increased considerably. He too Skoda Octavia has managed to sneak into the most demanded in the country thanks to the new generation. the Mercedes EQC, Audi e-Tron, and Porsche TaycanDespite the price, they also stand out.

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