Cumulative Canadian (PH)EV sales (through Nov 2012)

It doesn’t look as if this data has been centralized on the web yet, so I’ll start.

Cumulative Canadian (PH)EV sales through Nov 2012 can be found at this link, here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah8gcGMaITi4dHdoZzJYdHFvZldnZkRCRWxGbjhicEE

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The list is incomplete (for example, no Tesla data yet) but I’ll be trying to add that in, with each monthly update.  I’ll also try to get a province-by-province breakdown of the numbers, if and where possible.  Nothing like a little internecine rivalry to accelerate EV adoption eh?

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Various notes include:

  • Canadian (PH)EV sales are currently running at about 4% the US rate.  Given the 9:1 population ratio, one would expect sales to run at roughly 11% the US rate.  Part of the reason for the lower run-rate is that most models seem to’ve launched first in the US, and arrived in Canada only later.
  • the Chevy Volt holds an “iPod”-like dominance in the Canadian EV market, comprising roughly 75% of sales.  (The Volt looks to have about a 40% market share in the US.)  Who a few years ago would have thought that the company that brought out the Hummer, would have a sales lead in an eco-category, any eco-category?
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