1. Peugeot 3008 (plug-in hybrid)
Unmissable when it debuted in diesel and gasoline versions, the Peugeot 3008 continues to panic sales counters with its new plug-in hybrid versions. With 2,118 registrations, this SUV achieves 28% of its sales to companies in its “plug-in” versions and has occupied the first place in the electrification of fleets since the beginning of the year.
2. Renault Zoe (electric)
Despite the arrival of new electric city cars which have recently come to compete with it, the small Renault Zoe remains the best-selling all-electric company. With 1,614 registrations in three months, it will, in the future, have to share its empire at Renault with the Twingo and the Dacia Spring, both now offered in an electric version.
3. Tesla Model 3 (electric)
Insensitive to the general decline in sales of traditional sedans in France and in Europe, the Tesla Model 3 took the lead in electric car sales in France in March with 4,500 registrations. A real performance, even if, in companies, it achieved only 1,429 sales in three months. This still places it in second place in sales of electric cars in the fleets.
4. The Peugeot e-208 (electric)
Nice rise in power for the electric Peugeot 208. With 1,141 registrations in companies, it occupies the third step of the podium for sales of electric cars to fleets. It also benefits from the performance obtained by the thermal version, number one in sales in Europe at the start of the year. Very dynamic, this e-208 has a range of 340 km and an engine developing 136 hp.
5. DS7 (plug-in hybrid)
With 731 units sold since the start of the year, the DS7 plug-in hybrid is the first premium SUV sold in France. Within Stellantis, he even contributes to the group’s profitability. Chic and high-tech, this model plays the card of French luxury by combining leather, jewelry and even watchmaking. Equipped with a 225 hp engine, it has an electric range of 55 km.
6. Volvo XC40 (plug-in hybrid)
The Volvo XC40 is a perfect illustration of the current corporate craze for electrified SUVs. This plug-in hybrid version has indeed achieved astonishing sales results with 2,066 registrations since the start of the year, including 685 in companies. Recently launched, the 100% electric version of this Volvo XC40 should strengthen its weight in fleet sales.
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