Since the beginning of the year, the UK car market has grown by 19.6% to 1,605,437 units, a market driven by companies as they represent more than 53% of the market, but above all an increase of 4,038% per year compared to 2022, while sales to individuals are up by just 1.6% to 44.4% of the market. Electric vehicles continue to gain ground, with their market share increasing for the 42nd consecutive month in October to 262,487 units, representing a market share of 16.3%.
In this context, sales of :
ABARTH fell by 45.79% to 766 units
ALFA ROMÉO, down 11.22% to 1,250 units
CITROËN were up 2.33% to 26,185 units, giving a market share of 1.63%.
DS down 29.16% to 2,220 units
FIAT were down 14.51% to 15,302 units, giving a market share of 0.95%.
JEEP are up 24.39% to 2,657 units
MASERATI are 786 units
PEUGEOT up 10.38% to 53,477 units for a market share of 3.33%.
VAUXHALL are up 15.54% to 85,219 units for a market share of 5.31%.
Stellantis sales totalled 187,862 units, an increase of 7.72% and a market share of 11.70%. Once again, a contrasting situation for the group's brands, divided between gains and losses, sometimes justified and sometimes not. Citroën, for its part, is doing well, albeit less well than the Group and the market, but it is being rescued by the commercial vehicle market, as its performance this year, as for the month of October, is very strong. Citroën has sold 23,844 commercial vehicles since the beginning of the year, an increase of 33.19%, giving it a market share of 8.39% and making it the French brand selling the most commercial vehicles. UNITED KINGDOM. The Berlingo Van is the bestseller with 11,588 units sold, making it the 8th best-selling compact commercial vehicle in the UK.