Fleet registrations in Germany were down 9.1% in November, though the month saw improvements over what was reported in September and October.
Meanwhile, the share of diesel vehicles registered in as fleet vehicles in November increased by 61.3%, which is the highest percentage the segment has seen since September 2017, according to a report from Dataforce.
The report also noted that larger fleets have more interest in diesel vehicles. Fleets with 10 to 49 vehicles had diesel comprise 59.4% of their operations, and fleets with at least 50 vehicles had diesel percentage of 68.7%.
In the total German fleet market, the top automaker in terms of registrations was Volkswagen. This was followed by BMW and Mercedes-Benz in second and third place, respectively. Škoda was in fourth place and Ford rounded out the fifth spot.
Meanwhile, the Škoda Kodiaq was the No. 1 medium-sized SUV registered fleet vehicle for November.