Electric vehicle sales are rapidly increasing in most markets in the world. However, this is not the case in Greece since the sales of zero pollutant vehicles were meagre. For 2019 only 478 full-electric vehicles were sold in Greece.
The BMW i3 was ranked first with 63 units and a 32.10% market share. In second place is the Nissan Leaf with 33 cars and 17.36%. Surprise is the Jaguar I-Pace where it took third place with 26 units and 13.68% market share. I-Pace in Greece costs from 85.300 euros.
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As far as commercial vehicles are concerned, Nissan has only managed to deliver 5 NV200. At the end of the table is the Tesla Model 3 with 2 cars. Tesla does not have an official dealership yet in Greece.
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