In the first half of the year, January was the only month to show a decline, due to buyers' anticipation of December following the end of certain sales incentives. However, the first half of the year ended on a positive note, with sales reaching 1,396,870 units, an increase of 12.8% compared to the same period last year, but, as everywhere in Europe, the level remains low compared to 2019, as it is still 24.45% lower, or around 450,000 fewer cars.
Sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 109.4% to 3,116 units
CITROËN were down 0.4% to 19,652 units, representing a market share of 1.4%.
DS down 10% to 941 units
FIAT were down 2.8% to 36,681 units, giving a market share of 2.6%.
JEEP were down 27.8% to 5,218 units for a market share of 0.4%.
MASERATI are 696 units
OPEL were down 5.7% to 66,844 units for a market share of 4.8%.
PEUGEOT are up 9.8% to 23,233 units for a market share of 1.7%.
In total, Stellantis sales are 155,685 units, down 2.26% for a market share of 11.15%. Despite the difficult months of May and June, Citroën's sales were almost stable over the six-month period and the brand fared slightly better than the Stellantis group, which remained at a very low level in Germany, with sales of the Volkswagen brand alone down 100,000 units over the six-month period.