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Nine months report 2022 - ITALY auto market

The increases in August and September do not have a strong enough influence on the Italian car market to tip it over. Thus, with 976,055 units, the market shows a drop of 16.3%, greater than in France or Spain for example, i.e. a loss of nearly 100,000 cars compared to 2021.

In this context, the sales of:

  • ALFA ROMEO are up 10.30% to 9,508 units for a market share of 0.97%

  • CITROËN are down 19.56% to 43,314 units for a market share of 4.44%

  • DS are up 22.22% to 4,290 units for a market share of 0.44%

  • FIAT are down 21.80% to 138,954 units for a market share of 14.24%

  • JEEP are down 28.18% to 37,243 units for a market share of 3.19%

  • MASERATI are 1,786 units

  • OPEL are down 22.38% to 35,313 units for a market share of 3.62%

  • PEUGEOT are down 23.12% to 53,621 units for a market share of 5.49%

In total, Stellantis sales are 355,146 units, down 20.60% for a market share of 36.39%. Citroën is therefore doing better than most of the Stellantis brands thanks to its good performance in September and which allows it to be tied with Renault, which is down 25.46%.

On the models side, the C3 rises to fifth place in general sales with 24,822 units and it is, logically, the best-selling brand, its sales are even up by 0.34%. The C3 Aircross is Citroën's second sale, it ranks 21st with 11,198 units, its sales are down 5.91%. It is very close to the Peugeot 2008 (12,674 units).

The C4 ranks 6th in its segment for the electric version with 322 units sold over the nine months of the year, while the C5 Aircross ranks 8th in its segment for the plug-in hybrid version with 592 units as for the C5 X, it is third among sedans and station wagons in the D segment with 223 units, just behind the Mercedes C-Class, second with 229 units.

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