Rome, 22 January 2021

With 45,584 cars registered in 2020 and a 21.5% market share, Leasys, a Stellantis brand and FCA Bank’s subsidiary specialized in 360-degree mobility solutions in Europe, was once again leader in the long term rental sector in Italy and among the first in Europe. In fact, this year too, Leasys ranked first in the league table of long term rental companies prepared by Dataforce, on the basis of data provided by the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transportation.

A significant recognition and confirmation of the quality of Leasys’s performance and growth strategy, which take an added meaning as they come at the end of challenging year, due to the pandemic emergency, for the car rental industry, which showed a recovery in December 2020, with an increase of 2.4% for passenger cars and 7.46% for light commercial vehicles. 

In its role as leader of long term rental, Leasys looks with confidence to 2021, a year in which according to Dataforce the long term rental industry might gain back the market share lost in 2020. Leasys can build on its twenty-year experience in the sector, ensuring an efficient, customized and environmentally sustainable mobility, capable of adapting in the best possible way to the needs of companies, self-employed professionals and private individuals. 

On the strength of an approach centred on service flexibility and an integrated mobility offering, Leasys developed increasingly innovative “from one minute to a lifetime” solutions, from short/medium/long rental to car sharing peer-to-peer by U Go, to pay per use by Leasys Miles, to Clickar’s online sales of guaranteed pre-owned vehicles, to solutions inspired to the subscription economy, such as the car subscription of CarCloud and My Dream Garage, available to customers who buy an electric New 500.

The New 500, which in December was the most in-demand car in long term rental with 1,284 registrations, is the star also of LeasysGO!, the car sharing service already active in Turin, which during the year will be extended also to Milan, Rome, Valencia and Lyon. Electric and sustainable mobility will still be the focus of Leasys’s growth strategy for 2021, with the electrification of the fleet and, in structural terms, the electrification of the Leasys Mobility Stores.