The Spanish car market, like the rest of Europe, continues to benefit from the improvement in the situation regarding the shortage of components and recorded another increase in sales, the tenth in a row. In June, 101,085 units were sold, an increase of 13.3%, driven by electric vehicles, which grew by 87.06% to 6,648 units, or 5.58% of the market.
In this context, sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 1.7% to 293 units
CITROËN, up 19.8% to 4,784 units, giving it a 4.73% market share
DS down 25% to 400 units
FIAT were down 2.7% to 3,284 units, giving a market share of 3.25%.
JEEP are up 62.9% to 1,355 units giving a market share of 1.34%.
MASERATI are 37 units
OPEL fell 31.8% to 2,504 units, giving a market share of 2.48%.
PEUGEOT were down 11.7% to 5,809 units for a market share of 5.75%.
Stellantis sales totalled 18,466 units, down 4.27% and giving it a market share of 18.27%. Citroën is therefore one of the only brands to make progress with Stellantis and, above all, the strongest at this volume level, thus outperforming the Group and the market.
In terms of models, the C3 once again led the brand's sales with 1,445 units, an increase of 102.95%. Followed by the C3 Aircross, which saw its sales fall by 24.50% to 1,257 units, the brand's urban SUV is ahead of the C4 with 1,236 units sold, marking an increase of 49.28% compared to the same period last year. Finally, a slight slowdown for the C5 Aircross with sales down 22.42% to 557 units, while the C5 X continues to grow with 194 units sold, i.e. + 177.14%, still ahead of the Peugeot 508 and maintaining the gap with the Peugeot 408 (250 units).