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85% of all March vehicle sales in Norway were electric, with less than 10% gas/diesel and 5.6% hybrid



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6 thoughts on “85% of all March vehicle sales in Norway were electric, with less than 10% gas/diesel and 5.6% hybrid”
  1. With enough subsidies, many Americans would also buy them. It’s only anecdotal, but many people I know want an EV, but they’re scared off by the price. The price is getting better, but EVs are still too expensive for millions.

    My next vehicle will definitely be an EV, but anything over $25k is out of my reach.

  2. Would be interesting to know how much of the total kilometers driven each month is with a BEV already in Norway? Because the more you drive the cheaper it is to drive an EV.

    Here in Finland PHEVs and EVs account for a very small percentage of total cars on the road, but they also get driven quite a lot so they are a common everyday sight.

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