EVs represented 0.25% of vehicle registrations in France in February; diesels gain 4 points of share
Challenge Bibendum. Electric vehicles represented 0.25% (406 registrations) of the vehicle market in France in February.
290 Bolloré BlueCars were registered in February, almost double the January figure, representing 71.4% of the electric vehicle registrations. The Renault Fluence was well behind with 28 registrations, followed by the Mia (27 units), the Nissan Leaf (24 units), the Citroën C-Zéro (21 units) and Peugeot iOn (15 units).
The Think City, which registered 102 units in February 2011 as courtesy vehicles for the Norauto centers, is no longer on sale.
Hybrid vehicles represented 0.7% of the market in February, with 1,174 registrations. Gasoline-engined vehicle lost 4 share points in the month, while diesels gained 4 points to reach 73.6%.