In the last two years, nearly 7,500 electric buses have been sold in European countries

Karsan became the 10th best-selling manufacturer.

The number of electric buses purchased by local governments for their vehicle fleets in European countries has exceeded 12,000. According to the CME Solutions 2022 report by Wim Chatrou, nearly 7,500 of these vehicles were purchased in the last two years.

According to the data, 3,282 electric buses were purchased in European countries in 2021, while this number increased to 4,152 in 2022. The United Kingdom, Germany, and France ranked in the top three in terms of both their recent purchases and total number of purchases made in the last two years.

According to the study, 685 electric buses were purchased in the United Kingdom last year, and the total number of purchases made between 2012 and 2022 was 1,835. In Germany, 581 electric buses were sold last year, and in France, the number was 549. With last year’s sales, Germany reached a total of 1,809, and France reached 1,562.

In terms of 2022 sales figures, Yutong had the largest share with 479 units sold, followed by Adel with 465 units, and BYD-Alexander Dennis with 405 units.

Turkish automotive manufacturer Karsan ranked 10th with sales of 135 units in a market dominated by 16 manufacturers. Karsan’s total sales in European countries so far have reached 194.