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First half 2023 report - UNITED KINGDOM car market


Driven by consecutive months of significant growth, the UK car market ended the first half with an increase of 18.4%, with 949,720 units sold. Sales of electric cars rose sharply by 32.7% to 152,968 units, representing a market share of 16.1%.

In this context, sales of :

  • ABARTH, down 70.18% to 294 units

  • ALFA ROMEO, down 10.20% to 704 units

  • CITROËN were up 3.12% to 15,586 units, giving a market share of 1.64%.

  • DS up 3.81% to 1,527 units

  • FIAT fell 17.66% to 9,381 units, giving a market share of 0.99%.

  • JEEP up 17.24% to 1,598 units

  • MASERATI 544 units

  • PEUGEOT are down 5.05% to 30,381 units for a market share of 3.20%.

  • VAUXHALL are up 3.57% to 49,505 units for a market share of 5.21%.

In total, Stellantis sold 109,520 units, a decrease of 1.62% and a market share of 11.53%. Once again, the Stellantis group is in difficulty, while the market is largely recovering, a fact that is rare enough to warrant highlighting, and Citroën is performing better than the group, with an increase in sales, albeit lower than that of the market.

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