Car sales in September
In September 10,620 new passenger cars were registered, 2864 fewer (-21.2%) than in September 2017. Average CO2 emissions for all new passenger cars registered in September were 55 g / km.
"The car market in September was particularly special, new Norway records and a new world record were introduced for the sale of electric cars," says Øyvind Solberg Thorsen, director of the Swedish Road Traffic Advisory Board. For the first time in history, electric cars stood for almost half of passenger car sales for a month. New electric cars had a market share of 45.3 per cent, including imports of almost new electric cars, the proportion was 47.7 per cent.
"Such a large electric car caused a record low CO2 emission of 55 g / km. Although we in Norway are accustomed to average CO2 emissions falling from month to month, this is the lowest level we have ever measured.
An explanation of the new records is, among other things, to be found in the transition to a new and stricter measurement method for consumption and emissions, WLTP. The new measurement method means higher consumption and CO2 emissions and therefore entails that taxes increase on most passenger cars with internal combustion engines, including rechargeable hybrids, "says Solberg Thorsen.
Here are the main figures for September 2018:
|new||10 620||– 21.2%|
|used Imported||2 072||+2.1%|
|Owner Shifts (Used Car Selling)||41 183||– 0.3%|
Business share 46.3%
The share of personal car sales in September was 46.3 per cent, which is 3.1 lower than in September 2017. The business share of passenger car sales also includes private leasing. The increase in the business share is largely due to the increase in private leasing.
2970 new vans in September
|Vans / campers||Number of
|New vans total||2 970||-0.1%|
|New camping cars||153||-3.8%|
|New vans u / camper vans||2 817||+ 0.1%|
CO2 emissions for new passenger cars in September
Average CO2 emissions for all first-time registered new passenger cars in September were 55 g / km, which is 16 g / km lower than September 2017.
|Cars||CO2 emissions in
|All passenger cars||55 g / km||– 16 g / km|
|Petrol cars (all, including petrol-charged hybrids)||93 g / km||+ 3 g / km|
|Diesel cars (all including diesel-charged hybrids)||132 g / km||+ 4 g / km|
CO2 emissions from vans class 2
Average CO2 emissions for vans class 2 registered in September were 150 g / km, 6 g / km lower than September 2017.
Very low dieselandel
In September 2018, 12.4 percent of all newly registered passenger cars had only diesel engines. In September 2017, 18.0 percent of the new passenger cars had only diesel engines. 16.1 percent of the new passenger cars registered in September had only petrol engines, while the share in 2017 was 22.0 percent.
26.2 % passenger cars with hybrid operations in September
There were 2779 new hybrid cars registered in September. It is 1455 fewer (-34.4%) than in September 2017. Hybrids passenger cars had 26.2 percent market share in September this year, while market share in September 2017 was 31.4 percent. Among the hybrid cars, 1585 charged hybrids, 1089 fewer (- 40.7%) than in September 2017. No hybrid cars were registered either in September this year or in September last year (petrol diesel / electric hybrid operation).
4810 new zero-emission passenger cars in September
In September, 4810 new passenger cars were registered with zero emissions. There are 954 more (+ 24.7%) than in September 2017. The zero-emission cars had 45.3 percent market share among passenger cars in September, in September 2017, the market share was 28.6 percent. 8 of the new registered passenger cars in September were hydrogen cars, the rest were electric cars.It used to import 1252 cars with zero emissions in September, there are 199 more (+ 18.9%) than in September 2017.
In total, first-registered (new and used-imported) 6062 cars with zero emissions in September, in September 2017, 4909 new zero-emission passenger cars were first registered.
174 new vans with zero emissions
There were 174 new vans with zero emissions in September, 101 more (+ 138.4%) than in September 2017. 12 zero-emission goods were imported in September this year, 4 fewer (-25%) than in September 2017.
47.8 percent four-wheel drive
In September, 5075 new passenger cars were registered with four-wheel drive, a 47.8 percent share. In the same month in 2017, the four-wheel drive share was 45.9 percent.
Trucks and buses
There were 600 new trucks registered in September, this is 103 more (+ 20.7%) than in September 2017. If we keep campers registered as trucks outside of (115 – 38 more than in September 2017), it became registered 485 new trucks in September. In September 2017 the number of registered lorries without the caravans was 420. 47 new buses were registered in September. This is 88 fewer (-65.2%) than in September 2017.
Mopeder and MC
It was first registered 285 new mopeds in September, 160 fewer (-36.0%) than in September 2017. In September, 208 light motorcycles were registered, 36 of them (+20.9%) than in September last year. There were 302 new heavy motorcycles registered in September, 87 more (+ 40.5%) than in September 2017.
Tractors, snowmobiles and ATV
242 new tractors were registered in September, 4 fewer (- 1.6%) than in September 2017. 19 snowmobiles (Beltemotorcycle) were registered in September, which is 26 fewer (- 57.8%) than in September 2017. In September 611 new ATVs were registered, which is 94 fewer (- 13.3%) than in September 2017. There were 20 registration days in September this year, one less than September 2017.
Basic figures are provided by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.