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August 2023 review - FRANCE car market

Another month of growth for the French car market, confirming its recovery. Thus, 113,559 units were sold in August, an increase of 24.3% compared to August 2022, with a new high for electric vehicles, which reached a market share of 17%. However, the market is still at a lower level than in 2019, with a fall of 12.11%, although this is less than at the beginning of the year.

In this context, sales of :

  • ABARTH were 63 units

  • ALFA ROMÉO were up 34.7% to 256 units, giving a market share of 0.2%.

  • CITROËN were down 7.5% to 8,846 units, giving a market share of 7.8%.

  • DS were up 66.4% to 1,741 units for a market share of 1.5%.

  • FIAT were up 8.5% to 2,641 units for a market share of 2.3%.

  • JEEP are up 76.5% to 542 units for a market share of 0.5%.

  • MASERATI are 5 units

  • OPEL up 10.9% to 3,151 units for a market share of 2.8%.

  • PEUGEOT are up 11.4% to 15,911 units for a market share of 14%.

In total, Stellantis sold 33,156 units, an increase of 8% and a market share of 29.2%, a market share of less than 30%, which shows the extent to which the group is not benefiting from market growth. . This is all the more true as the Renault group, with only three brands, is at 24%. Citroën's situation is still difficult as it is the only brand in the group to decline and is now in 4th place behind Dacia, but thanks to the good performance of LCVs, Citroën's sales on the overall market (VP + LCV) increased by 2.1% to 12,364 units, giving it a market share of 9.1%, placing it third on the market.

Here is the Monthly Top 20:

Here are the sales of Citroëns outside the top 20:

Here are the DS sales:

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