Toyota also managed to rank at No. 10 with regards to fleet registrations in the month of...

Toyota also managed to rank at No. 10 with regards to fleet registrations in the month of November, due to the strength of the C-HR.

Infographic courtesy of Dataforce.

Registrations in the Italian fleet market continued its several-month decline, falling 16.4% in November after posting declines of 15.7% and 33.8% in October and September, respectively, reports Dataforce.

The leading auto manufacturer regarding fleet registrations for the month was Fiat, which also held the No. 1 spot in 2017, according to Dataforce. This was followed by Volkswagen which saw a 37.8% growth on the month, which was driven by the strength of the T-Roc, Tiguan, and Polo. Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz held the third place spot, which was followed by Peugeot in fourth place and Audi in fifth.

In the compact SUV segment, the Volkswagen Tiguan claimed the No. 1 spot, which saw a 29% growth, reported Dataforce. This was followed by the Jeep Compass, the Peugeot 3008, and the Toyota C-HR. Toyota also managed to rank at No. 10 with regards to fleet registrations in the month of November, due to the strength of the C-HR.

Meanwhile, in the true fleet market, Italy is now one of six countries where alternative fuels make up for more than 10% of registrations, reports Dataforce.

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