|The Renault Kangoo Maxi ZE: A 5 seat electric car with cargo room utility.|
With 1.358 units sold in June, the best monthly performance for a single model since last September, the Renault Zoe had finally a month according to Renault's expectations, with brilliant results in Austria and Switzerland, consolidating the top spot on the European Plug-In Car Charts.
Despite registering its second best performance of the year, with 711 units sold, the Nissan Leaf saw the distance from its french cousin grow, Renault's new baby is now 800 units and 4% share ahead and if it keeps this rhythm, Nissan will need to step up Leaf sales in a big way if it wants to fight again for #1.
Further down the ranking, the Kangoo ZE is, as always, in #3 and behind it the #4 Prius Plug-In is being pressured by the Renault Twizy, profiting from the summer peak sales.
The same is the happening between #8 Volvo V60 Plug-In and #9 Mitsu I-Miev, with just 3 units separating them, and the Chevrolet Volt, now looking to dethrone the Bolloré Blue Car from #12.
On the brands ranking, thanks to the Zoe surge, Renault increased their domination, it's now at 47% share (Up 3%), followed by Nissan, at 19%, and Toyota, losing 2% to 10% share.
|3||Renault Kangoo ZE||453||2.965||15|
|4||Toyota Prius Plug-In||189||1.965||10|
|6||Smart Fortwo ED e)||175||1.292||6|
|8||Volvo V60 Plug-In||47||489||2|
|12||Bolloré Blue Car||0||258||1|
|15||Renault Fluence ZE||29||154||1|
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