With three months of growth, the first quarter is largely positive for the Spanish automotive market, which grew by 44.5% to reach 237,563 units, almost 70,000 additional units compared to 2022. However, if these results are encouraging, they reflect a very complicated situation in 2022, which will improve markedly in 2023 without returning to the levels of the pre-covid years, as the Spanish market remains lower by more than 25% compared to 2019.
Sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 121.2% to 854 units
CITROËN, up 29.1% to 11,287 units, giving it a 4.75% market share
DS up 15.9% to 1,182 units
FIAT were up 48.2% to 6,388 units, giving a market share of 2.69%.
JEEP were down 12% to 2,219 units, giving a market share of 0.93%.
MASERATI are 140 units
OPEL are up 72.4% to 8,763 units for a market share of 3.69%.
PEUGEOT are up 35.4% to 17,737 units for a market share of 7.47%.
Stellantis sales totalled 48,570 units, an increase of 38.03% and a market share of 20.45%. Here too, almost all Stellantis brands benefited from the growth of the Spanish market, with the exception of Jeep. Citroën, for its part, maintained its level with an increase lower than that of the group, but the trend is positive.
In terms of models, the C4 regained its position as Citroën's best-seller with 3,644 units sold, an increase of 16.16%, ahead of the Peugeot 308 (2,209 units) and the Renault Mégane (1,854 units). The C4 is ahead of the C3, which saw its sales fall by 1.79% to 3,188 units, while the C3 Aircross climbs by 54.68% to 2,427 units, just like its big brother, the C5 Aircross, which rises by 169.43% to 1,595 units, while the C5 X reaches 433 units sold. Finally, on the electric side, the Citroën C4 is the 5th best seller on the market with 541 units and a 101.87% increase in sales, giving it a market share of 5.12% and second place in its segment behind the MG 4 (587 units).