Latest news - April 2013

24/4/2013 - Work to save energy?
For 62% of French people, doing work in their home primarily responds to a need to save money. One of the first types of work is to lower the energy bill, that is to say to improve the heating system. Currently, 80% of French people heat themselves with the most expensive energies such as fuel oil (30%), electricity (27%) and gas (23%). To save money, consumers plan to do work, either to improve the existing heating system, or to spend less by lowering the heating temperature, for example. They could also optimize housing by improving windows, roofing, waterproofing ... A sign of the times, as a second motivation for carrying out work, the French cite the ecological interest. But the vast majority (75%) are not satisfied with government action on the energy transition. They would like to receive more financial aid for projects which often require the subscription of a works credit ...
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4/16/2013 - The best-selling cars in France in 2013
If car sales in France are declining, the ranking of best sales is not really disturbed compared to 2012. At the top of sales, as in 2012, Renault's Clio represents 7.8% of the market thanks to its new model. recently released. Second in sales, the Renault Mégane took 5.7% of the market share, thus confirming the success of the new version. Third on the podium, the Peugeot 208 is up 2 places compared to 2012. In 2013, it represented 5.5% of the market. Like last year, the Citroën C4 remains in 4th position with a market share of 4.1%. The C3 tumbled down from 3rd place in 2012 to 5th place in 2013. It only represents 2.5% of the market. Strong push from the Golf which goes from 11th place to 6th ... with a market share of 2.5% which shows the dynamism of an old vehicle (and of a brand). In 7th place, Peugeot's 3008 retains the same position as in 2012. The market share is 2.4%. The Twingo maintained its 8th place and managed to sell more than 10,000 vehicles in the first months of 2013. The Polo lost 1 place compared to 2012 and therefore found itself in 9th position, with 2.3% of the market share. Dacia confirms its great form with the Sandero which climbs from 16th to 10th place and thus takes 2.1% of the market. The following are Peugeot's 207 and 308, then the Nissan Qashqai, followed very closely by the Dacia Duster ...
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4/15/2013 - Car sales: credit or savings?
Car sales continue to collapse. In 2012 sales fell by 12% overall and over the first 2 months of 2013 the drop was -14%. Faced with this deluge of bad news, the automotive sector is calling on the government to help to revive purchases. Professionals suggest releasing employee savings from the 5-year blocking period so that the French buy or change their vehicle. It would also amount to changing the habits of consumers who use credit in 2 out of 3 cases to finance their cars. It must be said that credit institutions are increasing the number of low-rate offers simply to try to keep their market share. Some even offer almost zero rate loans subject to repaying their vehicle in 1 year ... which is impossible for the average consumer! More simply, over more logical periods (48 months) there are very good offers at very low rates like at Paydaynow and its 5.1% credit ...
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