In line with other markets, the Italian car market recorded another month of growth, confirming an improvement both in terms of deliveries and component shortages. Some 79,756 units were sold in August, 12% more than in the same month last year.
In this context, sales of the
ALFA ROMÉO rose by 28.66% to 1,046 units, giving it a market share of 1.31%.
CITROËN were down 4.25% to 3,203 units, giving a market share of 4.02%.
DS were up 97.56% to 324 units for a market share of 0.41%.
FIAT were down 20.39% to 8,542 units for a market share of 10.71%.
JEEP were up 106.41% to 3,381 units for a market share of 4.24%.
LANCIA were down 12.01% to 2,490 units for a market share of 3.12%.
MASERATI 142 units
OPEL rose 25.70% to 2,470 units, giving a market share of 3.10%.
PEUGEOT are up 2.77% to 3,859 units for a market share of 4.84%.
Overall, Stellantis' sales increased by 0.16% to 25,457 units, giving it a market share of 31.92%, which allows it to remain a very large market leader, with almost twice the sales of the Volkswagen Group, which is in second place. Citroën's sales are down, but they must be put into perspective compared to August 2022 when the brand's sales were up 93.02%, making it the brand making the most progress, except for brands with very low volumes.
In terms of models, the Citroën C3 confirmed its return to the top with sales of 1,992 units, placing it 5th in the market and, above all, third in its segment. The C3 Aircross is the brand's second best-seller, but with 804 units sold, it is in 31st place.