|Norway is "Crazy In love" with the e-Golf|
France - Zoe Shines and...That's pretty much it.
|3||Bolloré Blue Car||112|
|3||Renault Kangoo ZE||107|
|5||Audi A3 e-Tron e)||60|
Germany - BMW i3 back at #1
|2||Audi A3 e-Tron e)||150|
|2||Mitsu Outlander PHEV e)||150|
Norway - Nissan Leaf sinks
|1||VW e-Golf e)||800|
|2||Tesla Model S||230|
|3||Audi A3 e-Tron||181|
Typo there, Jose.ReplyDelete
You have Norway down as Dec sales.
Informations about PHEV in France, April 2015, with Audi A3 e-tron in PP with 138 sales.
Thanks for the tip!Delete
Right, sorry for the massive delay but Irish sales here. Nothing very special, nothing like the 800 e-Golfs Norway has seen. I can't even find a reliable or accurate figure of a few e-Golfs here! So...ReplyDelete
9459 passenger cars.
8 - PHEVs (beepbeep.ie has made this easier with new categories)
2 Audi e-tron
1 Porsche S Cayenne E-Hybrid (makes 1/3 of Cayenne sales)
1 BMW i8
1 BMW i3 REx (also BEV sold added below)
3 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (very few out of 40 Outlanders. It's popular, well reviewed and well advertised. I think it's a lack of supply. The UK is hogging all of them!)
I counted, 37 EVs (including vans)
31 Nissan LEAFS
1 Nissan e-NV200
1 BMW i3 BEV
Now this is where problems begin. Just when things started to get better...
Renault is said to have sold 4 EVs in total, but only 2 ZOEs.
The other two are listed as Twingos (I hope not mistaken for Twizy's since it's no longer selectable and there's no way to proveif this is just a mistake). http://www.beepbeep.ie/stats/?sYear%5B%5D=2015&sYear%5B%5D=&sRegType=1&sMonth%5B%5D=4&sMonth%5B%5D=4&sMake%5B%5D=Renault&sRange%5B%5D=TWINGO&x=47&y=3
Therefore, 2 Renault ZOE
Now, the Volkswagen. It's doing it again. The e-Golf lists 4 units, but two not being in the 0-120g/km of CO2, while 1 is listed as electric. I guess the only proof I found is that there's only one e-Golf (listed as an EV) that has a capacity of 'Not over 1000cc)
Therefore, I'd say 1 VW e-Golf was sold
Lastly, 1 Renault Kangoo Z.E.
The biggest thing to address here was that it did make another sale in January. Just to bump up the score a bit. http://www.beepbeep.ie/stats/lcv.html?sYear%5B%5D=2015&sYear%5B%5D=&sRegType=1&sMake%5B%5D=Renault&sRange%5B%5D=KANGOO%2BCOMM&sEcc%5B%5D=0-1000&sMonth%5B%5D=&sMonth%5B%5D=&x=26&y=2
I think the overall market share for April (including the vans) was 0.475%
Thanks Offib for another great report on Ireland!Delete
Thanks, Jose. Of course, this is nothing! We know what's happening. Silence before the storm. July is going to bring the numbers, while every month after that is going to raise up the market percentage.Delete
It's going to be that. Nothing is going to make significant change. The VW GTE has just been introduced, but not many GTIs are sold in the first place. I think the new recruits have dried up this year.