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Norway October 2020: VW ID. 3 leads again with surreal 19.1% share, MG ZS on podium, market up 23.6%

The VW ID.3 holds a surreal 19.1% market share in Norway in October. Picture

As most of Europe returns to negative results, new car sales in Norway continue to fare very well with October figures up 23.6% year-on-year to 12.948 which brings the year-to-date tally down -10.6% to 108.298 units. Volkswagen (+87.2%) almost doubles its sales year-on-year and that’s due to one vehicle as we’ll see further down. Mercedes (+150.6%) and Peugeot (+109.2%) more than double their sales year-on-year just as Hyundai (+22.7%) and Toyota (+19.9%) also sign double-digit gains but stay below the market growth rate. MG is down one spot on September to #9 while Polestar  is down 10 to #14 and 2.7% share, still an outstanding performance. Meanwhile Tesla (-43.5%) sinks 18 ranks on last month to #21.

Over in the models ranking, the VW ID.3 seems to be fulfilling months’ worth of orders at once, climbing to a surreal 19.1% share thanks to 2.475 sales and shooting up from #12 to #3 year-to-date. The Toyota RAV4 (+71.8%) is lofted by its new PHEV variant to #2 while the MG ZS is up two spots on September to score its very first Norwegian podium finish. The Mercedes EQC (+4642.9%) and Hyundai Kona (+319.4%) also manage stunning gains while the Polestar 2 is down 5 spots on a cracking September to still rank at a very honourable 8th spot, the highest in the world by far.

Previous month: Norway September 2020: VW ID.3 lands in pole position, Polestar 2 on podium, electrified sales hit record 88.9%, market up 39.4%

One year ago: Norway October 2019: Audi e-Tron signs first pole position in the world

Full October 2020 Top 43 All-brands and Top 190 All-models below.

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