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8-month review 2023 - ITALY car market

Like other markets, the Italian car market was in good shape in the first eight months of the year, benefiting from a particularly weak base in 2022 due to the shortage of components. As a result, since 1 January it has risen by 20.3% to 1,040,560 units, almost 200,000 more than a year earlier.

In this context, sales of the

  • ALFA ROMÉO rose by 125.60% to 17,922 units, giving it a market share of 1.72%.

  • CITROËN, down 9.88% to 34,716 units for a market share of 3.34%.

  • DS were up 38.62% to 5,273 units for a market share of 0.51%.

  • FIAT fell 6.50% to 116,579 units, giving a market share of 11.20%.

  • JEEP rose 42.08% to 48,798 units for a market share of 4.69%.

  • LANCIA were up 8.95% to 29,868 units for a market share of 2.87%.

  • MASERATI 2,699 units

  • OPEL up 1.29% to 32,005 units for a market share of 3.08%.

  • PEUGEOT are up 16.23% to 57,555 units for a market share of 5.53%.

In total, Stellantis sold 345,415 units, an increase of 8.21% for a market share of 33.20%, which makes it a very large leader, with twice as many sales as the next group, Volkswagen.

In terms of models, the Citroën C3 is the brand's best-seller but suffers from the three difficult months of March, April and May. With 18,585 units sold, it is only in 12th place in terms of sales, but it manages to defend its honour by remaining in third place in its segment, even if its sales are down by 16.16%. The C3 Aircross is also in trouble, with sales down by 9.97% to 9,233 units, which puts it in 32nd place in terms of sales.

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