Driven by a steady increase in its sales over the first six months of the year, the French automotive market therefore shows an overall positive balance for this first half, with an increase of 15.3% for 889,776 units sold, even if the basis of comparison is favourable, with a very low first half of 2022 marked by the shortage of components. In reality, the French market remains well below its pre-Covid level.
In this context, sales of
ABARTH 110 units
ALFA ROMEO: 2,006 units, a market share of 0.2%.
CITROËN were down 1.6% to 66,587 units, giving a market share of 7.5%.
DS were up 19.3% to 13,509 units for a market share of 1.5%.
FIAT were down 0.2% to 19,804 units for a market share of 2.2%.
JEEP were up 1.3% to 3,428 units for a market share of 0.4%.
MASERATI are 64 units
OPEL up 11.9% to 22,262 units for a market share of 2.5%.
PEUGEOT are up 4.1% to 133,408 units for a market share of 15%.
In total, Stellantis sales are 261,178 units, up 4% for a market share of 29.4%, or 4 points more than the Renault group, whose sales are up 17.5%.
Here are the Top 20 of the semester:
Here are Citroën's sales outside the Top 20:
As sales figures for the ë-C4 are not available for the month of June, they have not been included and only sales of the thermal versions are presented, which shows that the C4 is recovering after a difficult first half.
Here are the DS sales: