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The Spanish true fleet market continues to expand at a double-digit rate, according to latest figures from Dataforce.
The UK true fleet market missed out on a third positive month in a row by just 29 registrations in June.
The French true fleet sector saw its first downturn in 13 months, latest figures for May from Dataforce show.
May brought the first negative result for the Italian true fleet market in 2018 while the overall market also saw a slight downturn.
Germany’s true fleet channel was hit by a 12.0% decline in May on the back of a decrease in the number of working days and a record month last year.
The true fleet market in Spain continued to see strong growth in May, recording another month of double-digit growth, at 16.1%.
The UK’s true fleet sector was up for the second month running in May, while alternatively fuelled vehicles put in a strong performance.
The French true fleet market continued to rise in April, marking its 12th consecutive month of growth.
Italy’s true fleet market saw double-digit growth of 16.4% in April, building on a strong first quarter.
True Fleet recorded its first positive numbers in 13 months with a 6.3% rise, according to latest Dataforce figures.
The Spanish car market continues to see strong growth in 2018, recording its fourth month of growth.
Russian new car registrations saw strong growth for the first quarter of 2018 with the growth also seen in the true fleet sector.
A small upsurge in French true fleet registrations last month helped drive the market to a new record value.
The German true fleet market was hit by the early start of the Easter holidays in Germany and two missing working days compared to last year’s March, according to latest research by Dataforce.
The Italian true fleet market posted growth in March despite a total market tumble, according to latest research by Dataforce.
Spanish market saw a small rise in March, while the top-ten car brands jostled for position despite diesel a dip, according to latest Dataforce figures.
The UK true fleet market continued to bear the brunt of VED changes and uncertainty over Brexit in March while diesel registrations continued to fall, according to latest figures from Dataforce.
Italy’s true fleet market rose 15.4% in February although the overall new car market recorded a decline.
After an exceptional start to the year, the Spanish true fleet market continued to excel in February with growth of 21.8% and further growth predicted for the year.
True fleet registrations in the UK continued to decline in February as the overall car market remained affected by a number of issues.
Germany’s new car market continued the positive start to the year in February with further growth, according to latest Dataforce figures.
The Spanish passenger car market put in a very strong performance in January with the true fleet sector up 20.9%, according to latest Dataforce figures.
The UK’s true fleet fell for the 10th month running in January with a continued decline also seen in the private market.
The Italian fleet market put in a strong start to the year, although private registrations didn’t fare so well, according to latest Dataforce figures.
Fleet managers have just a few weeks left to register for this year’s International Fleet Meeting, which will bring senior industry speakers, a panel discussion on mobility management and a networking platform.
The EU-5 true fleet market stepped up a gear in 2017 with one exception, according to latest figures from Dataforce.
Europe’s ‘Big 5’ markets saw varying true fleet performances in December 2017, with Germany, the UK and Italy declining while France and Spain both registered rises.
The UK true fleet sector ended 2017 with another month in the red but helped make up for even bigger losses elsewhere in the new car market.
The French true fleet market outperformed the rest of the EU-5 in October, with registrations up 20.8% to more than 43,000 units.
In October, the British True Fleet market remained in a slump for the seventh consecutive month, while in contrast alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) increasingly buck the trend, according to latest DataForce figures.