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Iceland keeps up with interest in EVs – 27% sold cars in October were Plug-ins

Iceland again shows that it’s the top plug-in market with record market share of 27% in October

Part of the reason behind such a high result is the general decrease of car sales, but anyways, in the first 10 months of 2018. some 18% of cars sold in Iceland were rechargeable.

In October, sales amounted to about 267 plug-ins, which shows how tiny the market is. The biggest player in Iceland is the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV with 66 sales last month and 888 YTD (compared to 3,012 plug-ins overall). There is a chance that the Outlander PHEV will become the first model to pass 1,000 sales in one year.

There is a Volvo XC90 PHEV on second place and Nissan Leaf on third.

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