True fleet growth in France dropped 2.6% in May, its first dip in 13 months, despite the total market posting a 0.2% increase, according to a report from Dataforce.
Total market registrations in May were at 191,000, according to Dataforce. The top three true fleet vehicles in May were Crossovers/compact SUVs, according to Dataforce. This was led by the Renault Captur, followed by the Peugeot 5008 at No. 2, and the Citroën C3 Aircross in third, according to the report. VW’s Tiguan was fourth and the Mercedes GLC finished out the top five.
Meanwhile, the alternative fuel segment as a whole is up 43.6% for the month of May and 43.2% year-to-date. The top 10 alt-fuel true fleet vehicles include the Renault Zoe; Toyota Yaris, C-HR and Auris; the Ford Mondeo; the Nissan Leaf; BMW i3; Mercedes GLC; and the Lexus NX, according to the report.