Norway best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2017

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Norway best selling cars in the 2017 dominated by electric vehicles, with the Volkswagen eGolf on top of the list ahead of the BMW i3 jumped on the podium. The new Toyota C-HR was already within the top 10.

Norwegian Vehicles Market was stable in the 2017, according to data released by the Opplysningsrådet for Veitrafikken AS with new car passenger’s sold at 158.670, down 0.5%.

As far as the best selling cars ranking, the year ended with the victory of the Volkswagen eGolf (sales between traditional combustion and AFVs have been split in two different models) with 6.058 sales (+28.8%), to which add the traditional Volkswagen Golf with 3.394 (-17.3%).

In second place and up 7 spots the BMW i3 with 5.036 sales (+27.4%) followed by  the Toyota RAV4, up 3 spots with 4.821 units (-2.7%).

In fourth place the Tesla Model X with 4.748 (+232%) ahead of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV with 4.081 units (-15.5%), the Toyota Yaris with 4.071 sales (-4.1%) and the Tesla Model S with 3.712 (+81.0%).

In eight place  the Skoda Octavia with 3.604 sales (-5.0%) followed by the new Toyota C-HR with 3.508 and in 10th place by the Nissan Leaf with 3.374 units (-18.9%).

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Rank 2017Rank 2016Sales 2017Sales 2016Variation 2017
13Volkswagen e-Golf6.0584.70528,8%
29BMW i35.0363.95327,4%
31Toyota RAV44.8214.955-2,7%
434Tesla Model X4.7481.430232,0%
52Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV4.0814.832-15,5%
66Toyota Yaris4.0714.247-4,1%
718Tesla Model S3.7122.05181,0%
810Skoda Octavia3.6043.795-5,0%
9122Toyota C-HR3.5081871775,9%
108Volkswagen Golf3.3944.106-17,3%
117Nissan Leaf3.3744.162-18,9%
124Toyota Auris3.2464.419-26,5%
1313Volkswagen Passat GTE3.0652.55220,1%
1444Mercedes GLC2.7791.124147,2%
1591Volvo V902.727398585,2%
1624Renault Zoe2.5331.81839,3%
17Mercedes GLC350e2.479
1811Volkswagen Tiguan2.4433.233-24,4%
195Volkswagen Golf GTE2.3184.337-46,6%
2089Peugeot 30082.250412446,1%
2119Nissan Qashqai2.0562.0211,7%
22Skoda Kodiaq2.046
23BMW 225xe Act. T. PHEV1.987
2420Skoda Superb1.9032.012-5,4%
2512Mazda CX-51.8192.655-31,5%
2680Kia Niro1.800501259,3%
2726Volvo V401.7341.6882,7%
2871Volvo XC90 PHEV1.691688145,8%
29Hyundai Ioniq Electric1.680
3027Audi A41.5901.663-4,4%
3121Toyota Prius1.5511.985-21,9%
3215Audi A3 e-Tron1.5222.283-33,3%
3317Volvo XC601.5152.259-32,9%
3416Volkswagen Passat1.4792.261-34,6%
3522Mercedes B250e1.4421.895-23,9%
3654Mercedes E Class1.41792353,5%
3725Ford Mondeo1.2811.716-25,3%
3845Ford Kuga1.2731.07318,6%
3935BMW X11.2671.377-8,0%
4031Ford Focus1.2401.526-18,7%
4150Mercedes C350e1.17798719,3%
4214Mazda CX-31.1402.286-50,1%
4336Ford Fiesta1.1391.350-15,6%
44Opel Ampera-e1.121
4528Volkswagen Polo1.1141.645-32,3%
46Audi Q7 e-Tron1.017
47BMW X5 40e1.011
4852Subaru XV1.0019624,1%
4946Suzuki SX4/ S-Cross9871.022-3,4%
5047Peugeot 20089781.003-2,5%