Rare enough to be highlighted, the United Kingdom's car market exceeds its 2019 level in October 2023. Thanks to an increase in sales of 14.3% to 153,529 units, the UK is 7.2% better than its 2019 level, which is quite unique in the current trend in Europe. Another surprising fact: the growth of electric cars is slowing down with an increase of 20.1% compared to October 2022 and a market share of 15.6%, which still makes it the second best-selling engine in the UK.
In this context, sales of :
ABARTH down 74.76% to 79 units
ALFA ROMÉO, up 15.24% to 121 units
CITROËN were down 11.43% to 2,463 units, giving a market share of 1.60%.
DS down 56.59% to 234 units
FIAT were down 57.27% to 1,070 units, giving a market share of 0.70%.
JEEP are up 161% to 261 units
MASERATI are 64 units
PEUGEOT are up 25.95% to 7,106 units for a market share of 4.63%.
VAUXHALL are up 20.18% to 9,266 units for a market share of 6.04%.
In total, Stellantis sold 20,664 units, an increase of 4.70% and a market share of 13.46%. The situation of the Group's brands was therefore once again mixed, with some rising and others falling, particularly Citroën which, after a good increase in September, returned to a decline in October. However, the brand had a good month in October thanks to its excellent performance on the commercial vehicle market, where its sales increased by 57.86% to 1,757 units, giving it a market share of 6.67% and making it the sixth brand in this market, thanks in particular to the Berlingo, which is in the top 10 with 760 units sold and is the best-selling compact commercial vehicle in the Stellantis range.