SEAT’s TGI range is in full expansion and good proof of this is that large companies are already starting to opt for natural gas mobility thanks to its innumerable advantages. The Spanish company has recently signed the following CNG fleet renewal agreements:
– The Municipal Police of Madrid has incorporated nine SEAT León TGI cars to its vehicle fleet.
– Canon España, a technology solutions company, has just added 40 SEAT Ibiza TGI cars to its fleet.
– Ametller Origen, a fresh and food products group, has acquired 12 SEAT Ibiza TGI and five SEAT León TGI.
– Lácteas del Jarama, a wholesale trade company for milk, dairy products, honey, edible oils and fats, has made a direct purchase of five SEAT Ibiza TGI, in anticipation of making a large fleet acquisition of the Spanish brand’s TGI range.
SEAT remains the leader in sales of NGV models so far this year, with more than 2,100 units registered in Spain. One of the most prominent channels was that of ‘Real Fleet’ (renting plus company purchases), which involved 25% of sales with 522 cars and an increase of 11.8% over the same period of 2018. Alternative technologies to gasoline and diesel have grown above 70% in the first half of the year with almost 25,000 vehicles registered in the ‘Real Fleet’ market.
The market is increasingly demanding alternative technologies with the objective of reducing the environmental footprint, reducing mobility costs, and having total freedom of circulation in cities. SEAT’s TGI range is a good example of this demand, where sales of NGV models, so far this year until June, have practically matched the total sales recorded during the past year.
During 2019 there is a great boom in the demand for the TGI range between business companies and individuals, and more and more large fleets of companies are beginning to opt for mobility with natural gas, given of the double ECO (ecology and economy) slope of the Spanish manufacturer’s technology.