In the first half of the year, the Spanish car market grew by 24% to 505,421 units sold, almost 100,000 more than in 2022. However, despite this seemingly good result, the Spanish market is still well below its 2019 level, as it remains 31% lower than before the arrival of the pandemic.
Sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 50% to 1,825 units
CITROËN, up 10.3% to 23,580 units, giving it a 4.67% market share
DS down 9.3% to 2,267 units
FIAT were up 8.5% to 13,621 units, giving a market share of 2.69%.
JEEP were down 1.2% to 5,074 units, giving a market share of 1%.
MASERATI are 245 units
OPEL are up 33.9% to 16,981 units for a market share of 3.36%.
PEUGEOT are up 14.7% to 35,580 units for a market share of 7.04%.
Overall, Stellantis sales rose by 14.57% to 99,173 units, giving it a market share of 19.63%. Citroën thus maintained its good performance in the first half of the year, even though the brand underperformed the market and the Stellantis group, in particular due to the disruptions affecting the C3 in April and May.
In terms of models, the C4 is the brand's best-selling car with 7,156 units sold, an increase of 11.78% compared to last year, which puts Citroën's compact sedan ahead of the Peugeot 308 and Renault Mégane. The C4 is therefore ahead of the C3, the brand's second best-seller with 5,740 units, down 20.95% compared to 2022, and slightly ahead of the C3 Aircross whose sales are up 7.45% to 5,569 units. Finally, the C5 Aircross is experiencing a renaissance with a 76.29% increase in sales to 3,658 units sold, but above all it is the fourth best-selling plug-in hybrid in Spain over the first six months. As for the C5 X, 874 units were sold, putting it ahead of the Peugeot 508 (543 units) and just behind the Peugeot 408 (1,169 units).