3 Out Of 100 Nissans Sold In Europe Are All-Electric
Nissan recently announced full year European sales results for 2015 (which ended March 31st).
The Japanese company happily boasted a 9.4% growth, up to record 710,321 cars sold; but our focus of course is to determine the share of all-electric models.
In case of Nissan there were 20,710 BEVs:
- 16,916 LEAFs
- 3,794 e-NV200
Simple math gives us aswer that 2.9% cars sold by Nissan were in past 12 months all-electric. That’s roughly three per 100 sold.
One of the largest markets for Nissan BEVs are in the UK and Norway, where 5,106 and 3,520 LEAFs were sold/registered respectively (around 51% of Europe total).
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