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The Japanese EV market started the year on good note, with sales up 45% regarding January 2015, with the 3.500 units representing the best month since September '14, placing the EV Share at 0.93%, will this mean that the Japanese EV market is back on track?
The 30kWh version of the Nissan Leaf arrived in a big way and propelled Nissan's hatch to near record levels, with 2.503 units (Record was 2.593 units, made in Feb. '11), leaving behind the Outlander PHEV by a wide margin, Mitsu's SUV recorded 801 units, dropping 3% YoY.
|2||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||801||801||22|
|3||BMW i3 e)||100||100||3|
|4||Nissan e-NV200 / Evalia e)||50||50||1|
|5||Toyota Prius Plug-In||46||46||1|
Tesla Model S e)
Mitsubishi Minicab Miev
Mit. Minicab Miev Truck
BMW i8 e)
So nice to see Leaf taking Japan's sales to new heights.ReplyDelete
3,574 is very impressive. Small island nation like Japan can accelerate electric vehicle sales much faster.
Toyota Prius Plug-in 46 unitReplyDelete
Thank you for the update.Delete
Japanese February HV/PHEV/EV numbers
Just one thing, are imports and the Miev family (Mitsu I-Miev, Minicab...) included on the list?
My japanese is not very good... :-)
No, the above table (reported by https://twitter.com/cybermagazinex ) is for Japanese domestic passenger vehicle only.Delete
For Mitsubishi K-cars are listed below site;
The February data is shown at;
Mitsubishi I-Miev (アイ・ミーブ) 39
Mitsubishi Minicab Miev (ミニキャブ・ミーブ) 71
Mit. Minicab Miev Truck (ミニキャブミーブトラック) 20
I have no data about the imports.