Another month of good growth for the French car market, with sales up 19.9% to 128,946 units. After a record month, sales of electrified cars fell back to 23% of the market, including 13% for electric cars alone, a figure which represents a drop in market share of 4 points compared to June.
In this context, sales of :
ABARTH were 22 units
ALFA ROMEO, down 28.1% to 184 units
CITROËN were down 11.3% to 8,406 units, giving a market share of 6.52%.
DS were up 11.1% to 1,709 units, giving a market share of 1.3%.
FIAT fell 9.2% to 3,224 units, giving a market share of 2.5%.
JEEP up 9.2% to 569 units
MASERATI are 18 units
OPEL up 8.8% to 3,251 units for a market share of 2.5%.
PEUGEOT are down 8.8% to 15,991 units for a market share of 12.4%.
Overall, Stellantis' sales fell by 7% to 33,374 units, giving it a market share of 25.9%, just ahead of Groupe Renault, whose sales rose by 30.8%, giving it a market share of 25.2%. Citroën is still in decline, with only three units sold in July due to the Stellantis disaster. Citroën is still in decline with an extremely low market share and is in fifth place behind Dacia and Volkswagen and just ahead of Toyota.
Fortunately, the situation is improving thanks to the good performance of vans, where sales rose by 43.6% to 4,238 units for Citroën, giving it a market share of 14.2%. Thanks to this growth in light commercial vehicles, Citroën's total sales (PC+LCV) increased by 1.7%, giving it a market share of 8%.
Here are the monthly top 20:
Here are the sales of Citroëns outside the Top 20:
Here are the DS sales: