The eighth consecutive month of growth for this year allows the French car market to experience an increase of 16.6% to 1,132,321 units, the delivery problems are beginning to subside, which should allow the third quarter to be good, but concerns remain for the last quarter due to consumer reluctance. However, compared to 2019, the French car market remains 22.86% lower, which means that it is still very far from its "normal" level.
In this context, sales of :
ABARTH 195 units
ALFA ROMÉO were up 84% to 2,446 units, giving a market share of 0.2%.
CITROËN, down 3.3% to 83,839 units for a market share of 7.4%.
DS were up 22% to 16,959 units for a market share of 1.5%.
FIAT were down 0.6% to 25,669 units for a market share of 2.3%.
JEEP were up 7.8% to 4,539 units for a market share of 0.4%.
MASERATI are 87 units
OPEL up 11.4% to 28,664 units for a market share of 2.5%.
PEUGEOT are up 3.3% to 165,310 units for a market share of 14.6%.
In total, Stellantis sold 327,708 units, an increase of 3.1% and a market share of 28.9%. The group is the leader ahead of Renault (25.3%), but its market share has fallen significantly from 32.7% in 2022. With the addition of commercial vehicles, Citroën's sales remain poorly oriented (-3.2% to 121,529 units), but they allow it to reposition itself in third place on the market with 8.8%, although far from the target of 11%.
Here is the annual Top 20:
Here are the Citroëns outside the Top 20:
Here are the DS sales: