Quarterly Leasing Survey 2019 Q4 (Summary)

The BVRLA’s Q4 Quarterly Leasing Survey has a new improved analysis, that provides a wider and more accurate perspective on what is happening in the market.

A surge in battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations helped drag average new lease car emissions down to 113g/km CO2 at the end of 2019, the lowest level since Q3 2018.

Data from the BVRLA’s Q4 2019 Quarterly Leasing Survey shows that BEVs were responsible for more than 4% of new lease car registrations, a 750% growth in market share compared to the same period in 2018.

At 113g/km CO2, the average lease car registered at the end of 2019 had emissions 10% lower than the average newly registered car.

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