Netherlands best-selling car in 2019 was the new Tesla Model 3 with 6.7% of market share. The country is the second after Norway to be led by a pure EV model. In second place, the Volkswagen Polo, ahead of the Opel Astra and the Ford Focus, which held respectively 2.7% and 2.4%.
Differently from the most of European markets, the Dutch is not dominated by a model or a group of model, and in the recent years the best-selling model has changed any year. In 2019 again the leader was new and for the first time in the history of this market it was not a vehicle with a combustion engine, but is an electric vehicle, the new Tesla Model 3. The Netherlands is the second in the World to have a pure EV on top of the list, after Norway, while in Japan the leader use to be a hybrid model since years.
Tesla Model 3 was on top of the list despite launched during the Q1 of the 2019 and despite the availability is short with monthly sales oscillating from 1.6000 to less than 300, depending on delivery from the US. However this model ended the year on top, with a wide advantage over all others.
In second place the 2018 leader, the Volkswagen Polo, with a market share of 2.9%, declining from last year, and in third the Opel Astra with 2.7% of share. At best level in the decade the fourth model in the ranking as well, the Ford Focus, while the Volkswagen Golf was at the lowest peak in this decade, waiting for next year recovery, with the 8th generation.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for the Top 50 models.