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Ukrainians started buying more electric cars

Valentina Gembarska

The TOP-5 brands that were bought the most appeared

In Ukraine, 3,464 electric cars were added to the fleet in July.

This is evidenced by the data of the Association Ukravtoprom. Thus, compared to June, the number of electric cars registered for the first time in Ukraine in July increased by almost 11.5%. Compared to July 2022, this indicator has doubled.

Among the electric cars purchased in July:

  • new – 586,
  • used – 2,878.

From the total number:

passenger cars – 3,389 (new – 581, used – 2,808);

commercial – 75 (new – 5 used – 70).

TOP-5 new electric cars on the market in July 2023:

  • VOLKSWAGEN ID.h – 214;
  • VOLKSWAGEN ID.sh – chh;
  • FAV Toyota BZChH – 38;
  • HONDA E – high school;
  • DONGFENG/HONDA M-NV – 32.

TOP-5 used electric cars registered for the first time in Ukraine in July:

  • NISSAN Lef – 535;
  • VOLKSWAGEN e-Golf is a hare;
  • TESLA Model with – 289;
  • TESLA Model I – 190;
  • RENAULT Zoe – 155.

Since the beginning of the year, more than 16,000 battery-powered cars have had their first registration in Ukraine, which is almost three times more than in the same period last year.

As EcoPolitic reported earlier, in Ukraine from January to June 2023, the fleet of carbon-neutral transport added 12.6 thousand electric vehicles (BEVs), which is three times more than in 2022.

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