The leading manufacturer for fleets in Norway, year-to-date, is Volvo, which saw 17.1% growth so far this year.
 - Data courtesy of Dataforce.

The leading manufacturer for fleets in Norway, year-to-date, is Volvo, which saw 17.1% growth so far this year.

Data courtesy of Dataforce.

Fleet registrations in Norway reported from January 2018 to September 2018 were only 400 assets short of what was reported from the same period of time last year, despite the total market showing a 4.2% decline, reports Dataforce.

The leading manufacturer for fleets in Norway, year-to-date, is Volvo, which saw 17.1% growth so far this year, according to a report from Dataforce. This was followed by BMW in second, then Toyota, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz.

Nissan, which was in sixth place, saw major volume increases via a 34.7% growth versus last year. This was driven heavily by the Leaf, the X-Trail, and passenger car version of the utilities NV200 and NV300.

The report also observed that Norway has the highest share of medium-sized SUVs, when considering the entirety of Europe, with approximately 15% of company cars belonging to this segment. The country also reported a robust amount of fleets utilizing alternative fuels so far this year, which was at 51.3%. The leading alt-fuel vehicle was the battery-electric Nissan Leaf.

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