After ending 2022 at a very low level, the French car market is recovering in this month of January 2023 as it is up by 8.8% to 111,939 units, a trompe l'oeil increase since January 2022 was very bad. In reality, compared to January 2021, the French market is down 11.43% and -28% compared to 2019.
In this context, sales of the
ALFA ROMEO were 245 units, a market share of 0.2%.
CITROËN were down 22.6% to 8,205 units, giving a market share of 7.3%.
DS were up 35.2% to 2,002 units for a market share of 1.8%.
FIAT were up 31.7% to 2,354 units for a market share of 2.1%.
JEEP were up 4.9% to 429 units for a market share of 0.4%.
MASERATI are 3 units
OPEL are up 13.9% to 2,860 units for a market share of 2.6%.
PEUGEOT are down 13.6% to 17,683 units for a market share of 15.8%.
Stellantis sales totalled 33,781 units, down 9.1% for a market share of 30.2%. The group is the leader in terms of sales, ahead of the Renault group, even though the two flagship brands are in decline, especially Citroën, which is in decline and is now in fifth place behind Dacia and Toyota. Peugeot, for its part, was overtaken by Renault, which grew by 9.2% to 17,097 units, giving it 15.3% of the market.
Here are the top 20 in January 2023:
Here are Citroën's sales outside the top 20:
Here are the DS sales: