Hyundai Kona Electric was #1 this time, as the Tesla Model 3 slowed down. The third most popular was the Nissan LEAF.
In total, some 2,776 new plug-ins were registered (up 37% year-over-year), which was enough for 8.1% market share. Interestingly, PHEVs increased by 68%, while BEVs by "just" 33%.
After 10 months of 2019, YTD sales stand at 36,434. The average market share remains around 10%.
Plug-in electric car sales in the Netherlands – October 2019
October was a slow month for the Tesla Model 3 (in terms of deliveries) as 298 registrations are just a shadow of the 5,768 record in September. However, demand remains strong and after 11 days of November, already almost 1,400 Model 3 were registered.
In such circumstances, the top-selling model for the past month was the Hyundai Kona Electric with 469 new registrations. Kona Electric can feel safe in second place for the year.
Source: EV Sales Blog