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9-month balance sheet - BELGIUM auto market


Even if the Belgian market seems to have experienced a slight recovery over the last two months, the fact remains that the first months have been difficult. The consequence is that the market is down 10.23% to 281,490 units sold, a loss of more than 30,000 units compared to 2021.

In this context, the sales of:

  • ALFA ROMEO its down 13.44% to 586 units for a market share of 0.21%

  • CITROËN are down 9.82% to 13,590 units for a market share of 4.83%

  • DS are up 50.85% to 2,124 units for a market share of 0.75%

  • FIAT are down 41.48% to 4,192 units for a market share of 1.49%

  • JEEP are down 35.43% to 1,589 units for a market share of 0.56%

  • MASERATI are 91 units

  • OPEL are down 33.09% to 9,958 units for a market share of 3.54%

  • PEUGEOT are down 1.24% to 22,681 units for a market share of 8.06%

In total, Stellantis sales are down 15.29% to 54,811 units for a market share of 19.47%. Citroën's sales are therefore doing better than the Stellantis group but also the Belgian car market, which is a good performance in a particularly tense context. Citroën thus ranks 8th in sales in Belgium just behind Renault (15,046 units and -1.24%) but does better than Ford (10,484 units and -21.22%).

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