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Norway June 2018: Nissan Leaf back in charge, BMW X5 up to #7

The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling vehicle in Norway both in June and YTD.

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New car sales in Norway rally back up 11.4% year-on-year in June to 15.845 units, yet because of a difficult start of the year, H1 registrations are down 1.6% to 76.745. Volkswagen vastly underperforms – contrary to most European markets this month – at +1% to 14.1% share, however one percentage point above its YTD level at 13.2%. Toyota is up 13% to 9.9% in second place ahead of four great performers: BMW (+40%), Nissan (+103%), Tesla (+31%) and Volvo (+49%). Year-to-date, Nissan (+75%) and Tesla (+71%) post the largest year-on-year gains in the Top 10. In June, Jeep (+450%), Alfa Romeo (+252%), Dacia (+167%), Mini (+82%), Smart (+60%), Mitsubishi (+54%) and Citroen (+41%) impress whereas Renault (-40%), Opel (-39%), Honda (-31%) and Skoda (-26%) disappoint.

Over in the models ranking, after being outsold by the VW Golf in May, the Nissan Leaf reclaims the top spot it holds year-to-date with deliveries up 3-fold on June 2017 thanks to the new model. The Leaf has now topped the Norwegian charts for four of the past five months. Golf sales are down a steep 30% year-on-year with the electric variant representing 70% of its June volume. The Tesla Model X is up 11 spots on May to land on the third step of the podium for June, with Tesla scores always at their highest at end-of-quarters. The Mitsubishi Outlander soars 68% year-on-year to #4 (98% PHEV), distancing the Mercedes GLC up 65% (75% PHEV), the Tesla Model S up 93%, the BMW X5 up a flamboyant 367% (99% PHEV) with the Volvo XC60 up 254% to #9 (92% PHEV) and the Toyota C-HR up 47% to #11 (100% hybrid). The VW T-Roc is up 10 spots on May to break its Norwegian ranking record at #14.

Previous month: Norway May 2018: VW Golf back above Nissan Leaf in market down 8%

One year ago: Norway June 2017: Tesla Model X shoots up to 2nd place overall

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Norway May 2018: VW Golf back above Nissan Leaf in market down 8%

The VW Golf and Nissan Leaf add up to 14% of the Norwegian market so far in 2018. Picture motor.no

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The Norwegian new car market drops a stiff 8% year-on-year in May to 13.046 registrations, sending the year-to-date volume down 4.5% to 60.900 units. Volkswagen (-13%), Toyota (-14%) and BMW (-13%) top the brands ranking this month but all drop even faster than the market. Volvo limits its fall to -4% but drops one spot to #4 while Nissan, also down one rank on April to #5, surges 43% to 6.3%, however well below its YTD level of 8.9% (+69%). Peugeot (+24%) also shines inside the Top 10 whereas Skoda (-38%), Mercedes (-26%) and Audi (-21%) are all hit full frontal. Further down, Jeep (+1200%), Dacia (+167%), Tesla (+130%), Alfa Romeo (+129%), DS (+100%), Kia (+40%), Renault (+34%) and Lexus (+25%) all go against the grain, posting spectacular gains.

Model-wise, the VW Golf (-19%) manages to end two months of spectacular domination by the Nissan Leaf (+137%) despite dropping painfully itself to 7% share, 68% of which is the e-Golf electric variant. The Leaf is related to #2 and 4.9% but remains in the YTD pole position at 7.6% (+155%) vs. 6.5% (-4%). The Toyota Yaris (+15%) is up four spots on April to #3 with 458 of its 459 May sales being hybrid, knocking the BMW i3 (-1%) down to #4. The Mercedes GLC soars 54% to brilliantly break into the Top 5 for the 2nd time after July 2017, this month 77% of sales are the PHEV variant. Notice also the Tesla Model X (+209%), BMW X5 (+85%), Tesla Model X (+79%), Renault Zoe (+55%) and Volvo XC60 (+51%) posting large gains.

Previous month: Norway April 2018: Nissan Leaf triumphs once again

One year ago: Norway May 2017: Opel Ampera-e up to #15

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Norway April 2018: Nissan Leaf triumphs once again

The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling model in Norway for the third straight month.

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New car sales in Norway soar 24% year-on-year in April to 14.055 registrations, yet the YTD tally remains in negative at -3.5% to 47.854 units. After a March ladder heavily impacted by the Japanese end-of-financial year and US end of quarter (for Tesla), the brands ranking returns to normal with Volkswagen (-0.2%) on top at 14% share above Toyota (+9%) at 10.2% and Volvo (+32%) at 9.3%. Nissan surges 130% to 8.2% thanks to the Leaf accounting for 87% of the brand’s April sales with BMW (+3%) rounding up the Top 5 ahead of Skoda (+6%) and Mercedes (-2%). Tesla stuns once again with a 855% year-on-year gain to #8 with Dacia (+520%), Jaguar (+383%), Mini (+181%), Renault (+135%), Kia (+98%), Peugeot (+59%), Opel (+47%), Subaru (+41%), Lexus (+26%) and Ford (+20%) all posting spectacular improvements.

Model-wise, the Nissan Leaf is the best-seller in Norway for the third consecutive month, posting its second-highest monthly volume ever at 997 units and 7.1% share, up 247% on the previous generation a year ago. The VW Golf drops 8% to #2 with 59% of its sales coming from the electric e-Golf. It is followed by the BMW i3 (+23%), Volvo XC60 (+166%) the best-selling PHEV nameplate in the country accounting for 97% of its April sales, the Tesla Model X (up 13-fold), Mercedes GLC (+91%) at 75% PHEV, Toyota Yaris (+91%) at 99% hybrid, Toyota RAV4 (+8%) at 100% hybrid and Toyota C-HR (-20%) at 99% hybrid. The Tesla Model S (+614%), Renault Zoe (+238%) and Kia Niro (+125%) also shine in the Top 20, the VW T-Roc (#17) tops all recent launches ahead of the Volvo XC40 (#19) making Norway the 2nd country in the world after Sweden to welcome the XC40 in its Top 20.

Previous month: Norway March 2018: Nissan Leaf shoots up to extravagant 15.3% share

One year ago: Norway April 2017: Toyota C-HR, Volvo V90 and Skoda Kodiaq impress

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Norway March 2018: Nissan Leaf shoots up to extravagant 15.3% share

No other nameplate has hit such a high market share in Norway this decade.

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The Norwegian new car market rallies back up 7.5% year-on-year in March to 14.401 units, yet the year-to-date tally remains frankly in negative at -11.6% to 33.799 registrations. Norway is the world’s green car kingdom, and this month confirms this status in an impressive way. Electric cars are up 89.4% to 5.362 (up 38.7% to 9.686 YTD), Plug-in hybrids are up 45.7% to 2.673 (down 0.1% to 6.488 YTD) but Regular hybrids are down 37.8% to 1.178 (down 33.4% to 3.613 YTD). Add 4 hydrogen cars and that’s a total of 9.217 green cars registered in Norway in March, up 40% year-on-year to an incredible 64% market share vs. 49% a year ago and 52.2% over FY2017.

One big event eclipses everything else this month: the confirmed pole position of the Nissan Leaf with an extravagant 15.3% share and 2.172 sales, that’s a staggering 335% improvement on the previous generation a year ago and the highest market share hit by any vehicle in Norway this decade (previous best: 12.9% by the VW Golf last October). It’s also, and by far, the highest ever share hit by the Leaf in Norway, almost doubling its previous record established just last month at 7.7%, and a new volume record, almost 3-fold its previous benchmark of 781 also hit last month. It is the fourth time the Leaf ends the mont at # 1 in Norway after October 2013, January 2014 and February 2018 but judging by this month’s performance we are about to see a lot more of the Leaf atop the Norwegian charts. Adequately, the Leaf leapfrogs the Golf to become #1 YTD with 8.9% share, up 138% on the same period in 2017.

As a result, Nissan brilliantly takes the lead of the brands ranking, up a mammoth 163% year-on-year to 16.2% share, 93% of which going to the Leaf. Tesla has gotten us used to stunning performances in end-of-periods and this March is no exception: the US carmaker is up 89% year-on-year to #2 overall with 9.7% share  outselling Volkswagen (-14% to 9.4%) for the second time in the past four months after last December. Volvo also shines with sales up 31% to 8.6% in 4th place, distancing BMW (+4%), Toyota (-39%) and Mercedes (-30%). Smart (+650%), Jeep (+600%), Alfa Romeo (+200%), Dacia (+164%), Porsche (+64%), Mini (+38%), Mitsubishi (+25%) and Peugeot (+12%) also post very vigorous gains.

Back to the models ranking where the Tesla Model X leaps 63% year-on-year and 50 spots on last month to #2 and 5% share, ahead of the VW Golf up 12% to 4.8%. The Tesla Model S (+128%) is up 72 ranks on February to make it two Teslas in the Top 4. The BMW i3 (+34%), Mitsubishi Outlander (+17%, 95% PHEV), Volvo V90 (+64%) and Volvo XC60 (+169%) also impress in the Top 10. Further down, the VW T-Roc tops all recent launches at #19 (+5) above the Skoda Karoq at #38 (+11), the Volvo XC40 at #61 (-2) and the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross at #64 (+36).

Previous month: Norway February 2018: Nissan Leaf best-seller in market down 13.5%

One year ago: Norway March 2017: Toyota C-HR up to #3, Tesla Model X up to #4

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Norway February 2018: Nissan Leaf best-seller in market down 13.5%

The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling vehicle in Norway for the first time in over 4 years.

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The Norwegian new car market continues to struggle in this start of 2018 with February sales down a steep 13.5% year-on-year to 10.191 units, leading to a YTD total down 21.9% to 19.398. This sharp decline is due to higher taxes from January 1, 2018 that triggered anticipated sales at the end of 2017. Market leader Volkswagen is hit particularly hard this month at -29% to just 12.5% share vs. 13.7% so far in 2018 and 14.6% over the FY2017. Volvo on the other hand ignores the surrounding gloom with a 25% year-on-year surge to 10.9% in second place, and is accompanied in the Top 10 by Nissan up 41% to #5 and Skoda up 26% to #6. In the remainder of the Top 10, only Peugeot (-3%) and BMW (-12%) post declines smaller than the market but Ford (-36%), Mercedes (-31%), Audi (-29%) and Toyota (-19%) freefall. Dacia (+273%), Porsche (+152%), Alfa Romeo (+50%), Mini (+49%), Hyundai (+37%), Land Rover (+37%) and Subaru (+11%) resist well further down.

We witness a rare change atop the Norwegian models ranking this month: thanks to the new generation now in dealerships, the Nissan Leaf leaps up 57 spots on January and 91% year-on-year to snap the pole position with 781 sales and 7.7% share. This is the third time the Leaf nameplate is the best-selling vehicle in Norway after October 2013 and January 2014 but this month’s performance is a new volume and share record, beating the 716 units of October 2013 and 5.7% share of January 2014. Leader for the past 10 years in a row, the VW Golf (+2%, 72% electric) is knocked down to #2 but remains #1 YTD. The Volvo V90 soars 53% to a record third place (80% PHEV), distancing the BMW i3 (-24%), Toyota Yaris (+9%, 99.7% hybrid), RAV4 (-27%, 98% hybrid) and Mitsubishi Outlander (-40%, 96% PHEV). The Hyundai Ioniq (+163%), Volvo XC60 (+143%, 87% PHEV), BMW 2 Series (+52%, 99% PHEV) and Skoda Octavia (+23%) also impress. The VW T-Roc tops all recent launches at #24 (+4) ahead of the Skoda Karoq at #49 (+88) and Volvo XC40 at #59 (+79).

Previous month: Norway January 2018: Zoe pulls Renault up 19% in market down 29.5%

One year ago: Norway February 2017: Volvo V90 breaks into Top 10

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Norway January 2018: Zoe pulls Renault up 16% in market down 29.5%

The Renault Zoe is up to #3 overall in Norway in January. 

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Just as January 2017 was boosted by delayed sales due to lower taxes in 2017 compared to 2016, this month the opposite is true: higher taxes from January 1, 2018 triggered forward sales in December and a dismal -29.5% year-on-year freefall to 9.207 registrations. The top three carmakers fall slower: Volkswagen (-18%), Toyota (-24%) and BMW (-27%) contain their decline but Volvo (-44%) and Skoda (-42%) implode. Both Ford and Peugeot drop 17% in 5th and 6th places respectively while Renault actually gains 16% and ranks 9th vs. 17th over the Full Year 2017. Notice also Land Rover (+111%), Subaru (+79%), Opel (+12%), Mini (+6%) and Citroen (+3%) also going against the grain and posting year-on-year improvements. Tesla, #1 in December for the first time in history with 15.3% share, drops 41% to #16 in January. Over in the models ranking, the VW Golf reclaims the top spot it has held for 10 consecutive years, even managing a 2% year-on-year gain to 8.2% share, ahead of the BMW i3 (-1%) while the Renault Zoe surges 39% to #3 overall vs. #15 in FY2017. The Volvo V90 (+12%) is the only other Top 10 model to gain ground at #6. The Peugeot 5008 is up 82-fold (!) to #13, just below its smaller brother the 3008 at #11. The VW T-Roc (#28) leads all recent launches (<12 months) ahead of the Hyundai Kona (#62), Opel Ampera-e (#73) and Opel Grandland X (#74).

Previous post: Norway Full Year 2017: Green cars hold world-record 52.2%, Tesla #7

One year ago: Norway January 2017: BMW up 41%, threatens VW for 1st place

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Norway Full Year 2017: Green cars hold world-record 52.2%, Tesla #7

Tesla was the best-selling carmaker in Norway in December with 15.3% market share.

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The Norwegian new car market hits its third highest ever annual volume in 2017 thanks to deliveries up 2.6% to 158.650 units. Only in 1986 (167.352) and 1985 (159.079) were there more new cars purchased in a single year in Norway. Local association OFV forecasts a stable market in 2018 at 157.700 units (-0.6%). Even more so than in 2016, Norway reaffirms its world domination when it comes to green car sales, becoming the first country in the world to see more than half of its annual new car sales go to eco-friendly vehicles. In 2017, 82.758 new green cars were registered in Norway or 52.2% of the market, up 33.2% from 62.144 and 40.2% in 2016 and just 7% share only five years ago in 2012. Of these, 33.025 were electric, up 36.3% for a 20.8% market share (the highest in the world) and OFV forecasts 25% in 2018, 29.233 were plug-in hybrids, up 41.5% for a 18.4% market share and 20.500 were regular hybrids, up 18.8% for a 12.9% share.

Evolution of green car sales in Norway, 2012-2017 

Evolution of total car sales in Norway, 1960-2017

Volkswagen remains the most popular carmaker in the county despite a 13% drop to just 14.6% share vs. 17.2% a year ago, followed like last year by Toyota (+3%) and BMW (+8%). Volvo (+34%) overtakes Mercedes (+18%) for 4th place overall, with Skoda (+16%) and most strikingly Tesla (+143%) also outpacing the market. Let’s pause on Tesla for a minute as its overall 7th place – the highest in the world (it ranks #4 in Hong Kong which is technically not a country) – hides wildly varying volumes month-on-month. The U.S. luxury electric carmaker thus broke its monthly volume and market share record twice in 2017 and became for the first time ever in any country in the world the best-selling carmaker in Norway in December with a record 2.455 sales and 15.3% share, with its previous records dating back to just three months before: September 2017 when it sold 2.003 units for a 14.9% share. That month, the Model X (1.429 sales, a new record) and Model S (1.026) were the 2 best-selling models in the country. Further down, Alfa Romeo (+449%), Aston Martin (+200%), Maserati (+191%), Smart (+154%), Ferrari (+100%), Porsche (+64%), Hyundai (+38%) and Renault (+19%) also impress.

The VW Golf has now been the best-selling vehicle in Norway for 10 consecutive years.

Model-wise, the VW Golf celebrates ten consecutive years in the annual Norwegian pole position despite a 7% drop, with 55% of its sales electric and 20% PHEV. That’s still more than double the amount of the #2, the BMW i3 up 27% to 3.2% while the Toyota RAV4 (-3%, 99.7% hybrid) holds onto its #3 ranking. The Tesla Model X shoots up 232% to #4 overall vs. #34 in 2016, needless to say this is its highest annual ranking anywhere in the world, the VW Passat is down 6% to #5 (71% PHEV) and the Mitsubishi Outlander down 25% to #6 (95% PHEV). The Tesla Model S is up 81% to also break into the Top 10 at #8 and the Toyota C-HR, launched in late 2016, ends its first full year on the Norwegian market at a stunning 10th place (90% hybrid). Other great performers include the Volvo V90 up to #11 also for its first full year (24% PHEV), the Mercedes GLC up 147% to #14 (94% PHEV), the Renault Zoe up 39% to #15, Hyundai Ioniq up 175% to #19, Peugeot 3008 up 446% to #21, Volvo XC90 up 42% to #23 (93% PHEV) and the Kia Niro up 259% to #28. The Skoda Kodiaq (#24) is the best-seller new launch for 2017, ahead of the Opel Ampera-e (#45) and the Toyota Proace (#128).

Previous month: Norway November 2017: Tesla Model S and X both inside Top 4

Previous year: Norway Full Year 2016: VW Golf #1, Mitsubishi Outlander and BMW i3 shine

Two years ago: Norway Full Year 2015: e-variant boosts Golf up 69% to 10.9% share

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Norway November 2017: Tesla Model S and X both inside Top 4

The Tesla Model X is up to #4 in Norway in November. 

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The Norwegian new car market up 4.2% year-on-year in November to 13.743 registrations, lifting the year-to-date tally up 1.1% to 142.573 units. Volkswagen holds onto the brands pole position in spite of a 22% implosion to 11.9% share, whereas Toyota gains 15% to 11.6%. BMW (-29%) remains in third place followed by Volvo gaining an impressive 54%, Tesla shooting up 486%, Skoda (+26%) and Audi (+14%). Peugeot (+32%), Kia (+56%), Renault (+41%), Mini (+32%), Porsche (+131%) and Land Rover (+50%) also impress. Model-wise, the VW Golf remains on top despite a 14% year-on-year drop to 5.6% share (46.4% electric), followed by the Toyota RAV4 (+1%, 100% hybrid) while both the Tesla Model S (+944%) and Model X (+306%) rank within the Top 4 this month. Other great performers include the Volvo XC60 (+50%, 95% PHEV), Volvo V90 (+187%, 49.8% PHEV), Toyota C-HR (up 32-fold on its inaugural month in November 2016, 88.5% hybrid), Peugeot 3008 (+298%), Renault Zoe (+113%), Volvo XC90 (+442%, 95.6% PHEV) and Kia Niro (+266%).

Previous month: Norway October 2017: VW Golf up 87%, Volvo XC60 up 133%

One year ago: Norway November 2016: BMW i3 triumphs, Hyundai Ioniq in Top 10

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Norway October 2017: VW Golf up 87%, Volvo XC60 up 133%

The VW e-Golf represents 73% of total Golf sales in Norway this month. 

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New car sales in Norway are up 4.5% year-on-year to 12.472 registrations, pushing the year-to-date total up 0.8% to 128.830 units. Volkswagen remains the most popular carmaker in the country, beating the market with sales up 12% to 17.9% share ahead of Toyota also in great shape at +22% to 12%. BMW recedes 1% but stays in third position at 8% share above Volvo (+36%) and Skoda (+14%) both posting excellent results. Mitsubishi (+15%) is the only other Top 10 carmaker to sign a double-digit gain, while further down Opel (+23%), Hyundai (+28%), Land Rover (+81%), Porsche (+114%), Mini (+125%), Tesla (+137%), Jeep (+300%), Alfa Romeo (+333%) and Smart (+1550) shine.

Volvo XC60 sales are up 133% year-on-year in October.

Model-wise, the VW Golf shoots up a stunning 87% year-on-year to 12.9% share, with 73% of its sales coming from the e-Golf. The Toyota RAV4 is up 14% to #2 (99.8% hybrid!), the Mitsubishi Outlander up 16% to #3 (97.4% PHEV) whereas the BMW i3 is down 17% to #4. The Toyota Yaris (99% hybrid), Auris (99% hybrid also) and VW Passat (67% PHEV) round up the Top 7. The Volvo XC60 is up 133% to #8, with 93% of its sales coming from the PHEV variant. The Toyota C-HR is back inside the Top 10 at #9, the BMW 2 Series is up 53% to #11, the Skoda Kodiaq up 4 spots on September to #14, the Hyundai Ioniq up 96% to #15, the Volvo XC90 up 181% to #16 and the Peugeot 3008 up 234% to #17. Heroes in September, the Tesla Model S is down 19 spots to $21 but up 315% year-on-year and the Model X is down 26 ranks to #29 but up 55% on October 2016. Finally, notice the Opel Crossland X up 96 spots on last month to #60.

Previous month: Norway September 2017: Tesla snaps staggering 15% share

One year ago: Norway October 2016: BMW i3 surges to world-best 2nd place

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Norway September 2017: Tesla snaps staggering 15% market share

The Model X posts a record month in Norway, pushing the Tesla brand to record heights.

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The Norwegian new car market is down 2.7% year-on-year in September to 13.484 units, leading to a year-to-date total up just 0.4% to 116.358 registrations. The performer of the month in Norway is without a doubt electric carmaker Tesla, striking again but this time with even more strength. September results show the U.S. carmaker broke the 2.000 monthly sales barrier for the first time in its history – the brand launched here in July 2013 – at 2.003 units, only 80 below market leader Volkswagen. This equals to a staggering 14.9% share of the Norwegian market. For perspective, its previous bests in Norway were 1.493 sales and 10.8% share in March 2014 when it also ranked #2 and when the Model S was by far the best-seller in the country, this for the third time after September and December 2013. Tesla had only managed to break the 1.000 monthly unit barrier once more: in March 2015 when it sold 1.140 for a 8.1% share and third place overall.

The Volvo V90 is up to 4th place in Norway this month thanks to its PHEV variant. 

This month Tesla places both its two nameplates on the Norwegian podium: below the VW Golf up 37% to 10.1% share (69% for the e-Golf), the Model S is up 4-fold on September 2016 to 1.007 sales and 7.5% share, its best result in 2.5 years – since March 2015, while the Model X is up 66% year-on-year to smash its volume and share records at 996 units and 7.4%, previous best being 609 and 4.3% last June. It’s fair to say Norwegian customers cannot wait for the new Model 3… Other great performers in Norway this month include Volvo up 26%, Porsche up 38%, Hyundai up 42% and Mini up 158%. Model-wise, notice the Volvo V90 shooting up 10 spots on August to #4 pushed by the PHEV variant accounting for 60% of its sales this month, the Mercedes GLC up 82% to #20, the Peugeot 3008 up 7-fold to #23, the BMW 5 Series up 176% and the Mini Countryman up 10-fold.

Previous month: Norway August 2017: e-Golf pushes Golf sales above 10% share

One year ago: Norway September 2016: Tesla Model X soars to 2nd place

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