Tesla Model 3 once again leads the Canadian plug-in market.
Plug-in electric car sales for September in Canada are estimated by at approximately 4,396, which translates to year-over-year growth of 93% at a market share of over 2.5%.
The pace of growth slowed down as the generous $14,000 CAD incentive to purchase EVs in Ontario comes to an end (for cars ordered on or before July 11, the delivery needs to be completed by September 10). It means that October will bring much lower numbers.
So far this year, sales amounted to roughly 33,879 (up 159%).
The best selling model is the Tesla Model 3, at least according to preliminary estimations, with some 1,300 deliveries (about 1,000 less than its peak of 2,329 in June). Tesla deliveries are usually highest in the last month of the quarter.
The best selling plug-ins in Canada in September:
- Nissan LEAF – 605 (4,481 YTD)
- Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV – 554 (4,402 YTD)
- Tesla Model 3 – expected 1,300 (4,295 YTD)
Source: Green Car Reports