|Another easy win for the Leaf|
Back to the Right Path Edition
After a dismal year of 2013, with the EV Share going down to just 0.08%, the Irish EV market is back to the growth path, registering a record 258 units and 0.27% Share.
For the fourth time in a row the Nissan Leaf is crowned the best selling plug-in, with 192 units sold, way ahead of the competition, while the runner-up position went to the surprising Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (25 units) and the #3 was for the hot-hatch BMW i3 (16 units).
PHEV's grew significantly, as now they have 12% share, when a year ago they had...Zero, Nada, Nil.
Looking into the future, it looks as if Nissan will continue to rule in the Emerald Island, although at some point the competition will start to run closer to it.
|Mitsu. Outlander PHEV||25||10|
|Tesla Model S||4||2|
Audi A3 e-Tron
Renault Kangoo ZE