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May 2023 review - United Kingdom auto market

As everywhere else in Europe, the automotive market continued to recover in the United Kingdom, recording a tenth consecutive month of growth in May. Some 145,204 units therefore found takers, an increase of 16.7% compared to the same period last year. Electric cars, meanwhile, are up 58.7% to 24,513 units and 16.9% of the market.

In this context, sales of:

  • ABARTH are down 88.75% to 88 units

  • ALFA ROMEO are down 13.95% to 111 units

  • CITROËN are down 19.14% to 2,205 units for a market share of 1.52%

  • DS are down 32.08% to 199 units

  • FIAT are down 34.75% to 950 units for a market share of 0.65%

  • JEEP are down 59% to 98 units

  • MASERATRI are 75 units

  • PEUGEOT are up 2.27% to 5,171 units for a market share of 3.56%

  • VAUXHALL are up 12.48% to 8,879 units for a market share of 6.11%

In total, Stellantis sales are 17,776 units for a market share of 12.24%. Only two of the group's brands are on the rise when all the others show more or less marked declines. As for Citroën, although the brand is falling sharply in passenger cars, it is performing very well in light commercial vehicles since its sales have increased by 44.86% to 2,354 units, which allows it to be third in the market and the leading brand in Stellantis.

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