In Greece, the sales of electric vehicles are still in the embryonic stage and this is shown by sales until now after the first half of 2019 has been completed. Unlike other countries there is no serious incentive for the Greek buyer to prefer a purely electric vehicle, which is why they remain expensive during sale and in their possession.
So in the first six months of 2019, first place takes the BMW i3 with 29 units and 12.66% market share. In second place is the NISSAN LEAF with 20 units and 8.73% share, while in third place it occupies the SMART FORTWO with 19 sales and 8.30% market share. In fourth place is the VOLKSWAGEN e-GOLF with 12 cars and 5.24% share, and in fifth place the JAGUAR I ‐ Pace with 11 units and market share of 4.80%.
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Sure, the Jaguar i-Pace is the big news but don’t expect to see any of the Tesla models since there is still no official representation for the American company in Greece.