Thursday, June 6, 2019

Czech Republic May 2019

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Nissan Leaf takes the lead

The PEV Market in Czech Republic is stagnant (-1% YoY), with 390 units sold so far this year, with the PEV Share stable at 0.4%, but beneath the surface, there are significant changes, with PHEVs in the doldrums (-17% YoY), while all-electrics remain positive (+6%).

Looking at the models ranking, the Nissan Leaf has took off to the #1 position, with 56 registrations this year, but the #2 BMW i3 is not far off, so the leadership race isn't yet decided.

The VW e-Golf is in Third Place, but behind it, there are several models closing in, with the #4 Jaguar i-Pace (12 registrations in May, a new record) just 6 units behind, the forever-young #5 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (11 registrations, new PB) separated by only 10 units, and the Hyundai Ioniq PHEV benefiting from the recent restyling to jump out of no where to #6, thanks to a record 16 deliveries a new record for a Hyundai nameplate in this market.

Speaking of the Korean maker, the Ioniq Electric has also shined, joining the ranking in #7, thanks to 6 deliveries, its best result in the last 7 months.

In the brands ranking, competition is the name of the game, with Nissan and BMW running ahead, both with 15% share, but Hyundai (13%), Tesla and Volkswagen (both with 12%) are actively running for #1.


  1. AnonymousJune 06, 2019

    Is the restyled Ioniq already available for deliveries in Europe?? I find very surprising the restyled Ioniq already making impact on sales, let alone being available for delivery in Czech Republic. It looks like old stocks are being registered to clear the house before September.

    1. Checked out this and apparently it's not the new model, but a stock off of the old one.

  2. AnonymousJune 07, 2019

    Unfortunatelly your numbers are not correct. Jaguar, Mitsubishi Ioniq PHEV and more has in total different counts. Also in May there were 103 sold vehicles and in total count the correct number is 383.

  3. Can you provide the source of your data?

    1. You can use reports here:
      For exact Tesla numbers, you have dig through raw data of Ministry of Transportation (no english version):