Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Sweden June 2014

Celebrating Summer, the Theme of the Month is:
Summer activities, like going for a swim in the river...

You Give Me Fever Edition

It looks that the Outlander PHEV fever in Sweden isn't giving signs of slowing down, another record month for the japanese SUV, with 439 sales, enough to put it in #16 in the Swedish global ranking with 1,5% share, while also being the second best selling SUV of the country, only behind the Volvo XC60.

As a consequence of this, the Swedish EV market shattered the previous sales record (467 sales last April), with a brilliant result of 624 units sold and an EV Share of over 2% this month (1,52% YTD), this last number is particularly important because it places this market right behind Norway and Holland regarding plug-ins importance in the overall market. 

The rest of the competition had also good numbers, with the Volvo V60 Plug-In selling 71 units and the Model S from Tesla beating its own sales record with 45 registrations, climbing three positions to #5.  


PlSwedenJuneYTD '14%'13Pl
1Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV4281.194526
2Volvo V60 Plug-In71272121
3Toyota Prius Plug-In613962
4Renault Kangoo ZE2112964
5Tesla Model S45123514
5BMW i3 *18123511
7Nissan Leaf611953
8Volkswagen e-Up!2010248
9Renault Zoe7311N/A
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
16
Renault Twizy
Opel Ampera
Volvo C30 Electric
Mitsubishi I-Miev
Porsche Panamera Plug-In
Citröen C-Zero
Peugeot iOn
Ford Focus Electric
Porsche 918




1


1

25
13
12
6
5
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
9
7
10
N/A
12
N/A
15
N/A

TOTAL6232.303100


* - 1 BEV + 17 Rex

Source: bilsweden.se; 

11 comments:

  1. AnonymousJuly 02, 2014

    Norway online, 1446 EVs, 12.6% share, The numbers of the eGolf would be interesting. :-)

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  2. I keep forgetting about Sweden. It's doing very well, largely because of Mitsubishi. 1900 sales made in all of 2013, now EVs made 2300 sales.

    And if you want Irish sales, 5 EVs were sold in June, obviously by the Nissan LEAF. While small and journalists love to poke fun at the number, that's actually good because sales for EVs weren't really made in the summer in previous years. It also made 0.3% which is slightly above the year's average because the whole Irish market shrunk to 1690 sales last month.

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    1. 1690 sales? How do you get around the Island? By bike and bus or how does it work?
      Is it still the bad finance that is crippeling you?

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    2. AnonymousJuly 04, 2014

      It's only 4.6 million people... Recalculated for the US population (~ 300 million) it would be 110.200 Cars... Also Ireland is/was in a financial crisis.

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    3. AnonymousJuly 04, 2014

      ... and clearly not ervery country is buying a much cars as the US ^^

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    4. That is like 1/10 of sales per million inhabitants compared to most EU countries. So it's extremely low.
      But it was also an extreme month for some reason, I just checked Ireland stats and on average 11 000 cars have been sold per month so far this year, which makes much more sense.

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  3. It's nice to see that the sales are already 20% higher than in the whole of 2013. Am I optimistic if I'm hoping on a 200%(!) increase for 2014 compared to 2013? ;)

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  4. AnonymousJuly 03, 2014

    BilSweden is also reported 2 copies of the Porsche 918 Spyder registered during the first half of 2014. See her: http://www.bilsweden.se/statistik/arkiv-nyregistrering_per_manad_2014/nyregistreringar-juni-2014

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    1. Updated, thanks for the tip!

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  5. AnonymousJuly 03, 2014

    536 Tesla Model S sold in Norway June 2014. Plus results for other electric cars.
    .

    http://bestsellingcarsblog.com/2014/07/03/norway-june-2014-tesla-model-s-back-up-to-2nd-place/

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  6. AnonymousJuly 04, 2014

    Germany Data arrived EVs are: 100 tesla, 200 i3, 80 leaf, 120 zoe = 500, the rest (=310) is probably some small, eUp and eGolf.

    PlugIns where 317. This makes 1127 overall and around 0.4 % Marketshare

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