After an increase in the first half of the year, the French car market is continuing its momentum with a further significant increase in July, bringing the first seven months of the year to an increase in sales of 15.8% to 1,018,722 units. However, behind this apparent improvement, the level of the French market remains very much below that of 2019, as sales over the same period are 23.90% lower than in 2019.
In this context, sales of
ABARTH 132 units
ALFA ROMEO, up 92.3% to 2,190 units
CITROËN were down 2.8% to 74,993 units, giving a market share of 7.4%.
DS up 18.3% to 15,218 units for a market share of 1.5%.
FIAT were down 1.6% to 23,028 units for a market share of 2.3%.
JEEP up 2.4% to 3,997 units
MASERATI are 82 units
OPEL up 11.5% to 25,513 units for a market share of 2.5%.
PEUGEOT up 2.5% to 143,399 units for a market share of 14.7%.
Overall, Stellantis' sales increased by 2.6% to 294,552 units, giving it a market share of 28.9%, making it the market leader ahead of the Renault group (25.4%). While Citroën's sales were almost stable in the first half of the year, the new drop in sales in July means that the brand is now in negative territory for the first seven months of the year.
Here is the annual top 20:
Here are the sales of Citroëns outside the top 20:
Here are the DS sales: