The Netherlands have registered 490 plug-in passenger cars last month, up 10% Year-on-Year, with the market share at 1.44%.
In the Year-to-date ranking for now the Tesla Model S is in leadership, with 218 units, the BMW i3 is second with 160 units, while the Nissan Leaf is in third place with 142 units, with the fourth placed Renault ZOE not far behind, with 120 registrations.
In the manufacturers ranking, Tesla is in the lead (25% share, up 9%), displacing BMW (15%, down 2%), now followed by Nissan (13%).
Meanwhile, the Belgian plug-in vehicle market registered 755 plug-in cars last month, up 17% Year-on-Year.
Breaking down sales by model, the best-selling models were the Mercedes GLC350e, with 117 units (New personal best), the second place went for the Volvo XC90 PHEV, with 78 registrations and the third place to the BMW X5 PHEV, with 66.
In the Light Commercial Vehicles (N1) category, sales are down 55% this year, to 15 units, with the Nissan e-NV200 leading the ranking, with 13 registrations.[source: EAFO]