In March, the Chinese car market grew by 8.2% to reach 2,017,000 units sold, driven by the price war launched by Tesla, with many manufacturers, including Citroën, offering attractive discounts that motivated consumers. However, despite this good result in March, the Chinese market is still struggling in the first quarter with a fall of 7.3% to 5,138,000 units sold.
In this context, sales of
Citroën, down 20.7% to 4,314 units
DS, down 70.4% to 68 units
PEUGEOT remained stable at 4,704 units.
In total, Stellantis sales are 9,086 units for a market share of... 0.45%.
Here are the sales figures:
A sharp drop for the C5 X, which remains the best-selling brand. However, the brand's other models are showing strong growth, allowing Citroën to limit its decline to 20%, which is still significant.