The French car market continued to recover in June, although at a much slower pace than in previous months. With 190,847 units sold, the French market recorded an increase of 11.5% compared to the same period last year. Electric vehicles continue to break new records with a total market share of 27%, including 17% for 100% electric vehicles, an unprecedented level for this engine.
In this context, sales of :
ABART are 110 units
ALFA ROMEOP were up 75.7% to 536 units, giving a market share of 0.3%.
CITROËN were down 4.4% to 12,629 units for a market share of 6.6%.
DS were up 27.8% to 2,595 units for a market share of 1.4%.
FIAT were up 2.7% to 4,496 units for a market share of 2.4%.
JEEP were up 46.7% to 1,134 units for a market share of 0.6%.
MASERATI are 12 units
OPEL are up 14.5% to 5,416 units for a market share of 2.8%.
PEUGEOT are down 10.5% to 25,396 units for a market share of 13.3%.
In total, Stellantis sales are 52,324 units, down 2.8% for a market share of 27.4%, the group is only ahead of the Renault group by just over 3,000 units or 1.6 points of market share. Although Citroën's sales are falling, the rate of decline is lower than that of Peugeot and reflects the logistical difficulties encountered by Stellantis France. In particular, sales of Citroën commercial vehicles rose sharply by 52.8% to 7,064 units (16.4% market share), allowing the brand to increase VP+LCV sales by 10.4% on the market. With a market share of 8.4% in June, Citroën is still far from its target of 11%.
Here is the Monthly Top 20:
Here are the sales of Citroëns outside the top 20:
Note that the figures for electric C4s do not appear in the top 100 and are counted separately from the C4 figures. It is therefore impossible to know the exact number of ëC4s sold in June, so I have removed them from June 2022 to have only the figures for the thermal versions.
Here are the DS sales: