Sales cars: Norway – November 2016: the BMW i3, the leader for the first time

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the First time that the BMW i3 is a leader in any world market

enrolment in the Norwegian market are still on the rise. In November, it was sold 13.194 cars, which implies a growth of 4.7% in comparison with the same month of the previous year. In the absence of a month to the end of the year, in 2016, will have sold a total of 141.001 units, being an increase of 2.5% compared to the previous year.

you don’t need to rub the eyes to observe the ranking of models, you are looking well: for the first time in two and a half years the Volkswagen Golf does not occupy the first position in the sales table. Must go back until march of 2014 to find another leader. What we were saying in the last few months, the domain of the compact German was starting to slacking and in the end has been surpassed. Possibly when your restyling it snaps into the dealerships, the Golf course re-conquer the market.

The new ruler of the “country of the electric car” is the BMW i3. The model bavarian already achieved its record last October with a superb second position, and now is the first time that you lead this or any other market in the world. Without a doubt, the recent arrival of the BMW i3 battery is 33 kWh, which increases the autonomy of the electric German up to 300 km, has been a great incentive.

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The Hyundai Ioniq has gone all out in Norway

models SUV rounded out the Top 5. The Toyota RAV4 is left with the last step of the podium driven by sales of the RAV4 Hybrid, the Mitsubishi Outlander is fourth with the Outlander PHEV as the tip of the spear and the Volkswagen Tiguan manages to be fifth thanks to its new generation.

In its second month in showrooms in the scandinavian country, the Hyundai Ioniq manages to get into the Top 10 with absolute solvency. The seventh square has obtained predicts that the winner of the award for Best Car of 2016 for Engine.it is going to achieve a good acceptance in this market.

In the ranking of manufacturers, Volkswagen holds the first place despite the fact that their sales have fallen by 10% in comparison with November of 2015 and that BMW (+78%) clipped distances. The result of the Ioniq serves Hyundai to duplicate their registrations in Norway (+99%), a success.

Sales model

The list of cars most sold in Norway is:

Ranking Model Sales nov’16 Sales 2016 (jan-nov) Ranking 2016 (jan-nov)
1 BMW i3 1.014 3.540 8
2 Volkswagen Golf 905 12.427 1
3 Toyota RAV4 513 4.581 3
4 Mitsubishi Outlander 406 5.332 2
5 Volkswagen Tiguan 406 2.583 11
6 Skoda Octavia 348 3.508 9
7 Hyundai Ioniq 321 524 68
8 Toyota Auris 320 4.213 5
9 Volkswagen Passat 316 4.514 4
10 Toyota Yaris 311 3.955 6
11 Audi A3 270 2.615 10
12 BMW Series 2 250 1.773 19
13 Nissan Leaf 238 3.905 7
14 Volvo V40 233 1.416 29
15 Mercedes B-Class 232 2.071 14
16 Volvo XC60 225 1.657 21
17 Nissan Qashqai 218 1.869 17
18 Mazda CX-5 170 2.415 12
19 Subaru XV 157 789 53
20 Mazda CX-3 156 2.133 13

Sales by brand

enrolment in the Norwegian market are as follows:

Ranking Brand Sales nov’16 Sales by 2016 (jan-nov) Ranking 2016 (jan-nov)
1 Volkswagen 2.106 24.335 1
2 BMW 1.663 11.232 3
3 Toyota 1.375 16.214 2
4 Mercedes 807 8.380 4
5 Volvo 754 7.542 6
6 Ford 690 7.599 5
7 Skoda 665 7.248 8
8 Audi 645 6.826 9
9 Nissan 571 7.528 7
10 Mitsubishi 472 6.218 10
11 Peugeot 427 4.528 12
12 Mazda 420 6.062 11
13 Hyundai 400 2.317 18
14 Kia 343 3.886 13
15 Opel 317 3.336 14
16 Subaru 279 2.264 19
17 Suzuki 269 2.719 17
18 Renault 202 2.725 16
19 Tesla 170 2.793 15
20 Citroën 161 1.736 20
21 Honda 109 1.715 21
22 Lexus 89 1.081 22
23 Mini 78 790 23
24 Jaguar 33 321 26
25 Land Rover 32 380 25
26 Dacia 31 225 27
27 Porsche 29 390 24
28 Jeep 23 84 30
29 SsangYong 13 77 31
30 Fiat 12 113 29
31 Alfa Romeo 4 40 33
32 Smart 2 55 32
33 Nilsson 2 25 34
34 DS 1 194 28