EagleAID thunders that Volkswagen e-Golf dethroned Nissan LEAF as the best-selling electric car in the first two months of 2015 in Europe.
2,150 e-Golfs to 1,750 LEAFs.
Seems bold, but data from 17 West European markets is not saying the whole story.
Volkswagen e-Golf is booming in Norway, where they sold 80% of the total – 1,718 registrations.
In the same two-month period, Nissan had 556 registrations of LEAFs in Norway, which must mean that sales are more diversified – or at least that Nissan doesn’t see cramming the country with inventory ahead of the potential tax incentive expiration (at 50,000 EVs sold) a necessity.
On the 16 other markets e-Golf / LEAF ratio is different: 432 / 1,194.
According to the latest report on EV Sales Blog, Nissan sold worldwide almost 7,000 LEAFs in the first 2 months of 2015, while Volkswagen soldjust over 2,350 e-Golfs.
Anyway, competition continues and we now looking forward to March data to see how the situation progressing.
Source: Inside EVs