Contrary to other markets, the automotive market in Germany fell at the beginning of the year, mainly due to the sharp decline in electric vehicles since the government reduced subsidies. As a result, the car market fell by 2.6% to 179,247 units sold, a very low level and down 32.54% compared to January 2019.
Sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 85.3% to 430 units
CITROËN were up 9.9% to 2,269 units, representing a market share of 1.3%.
DS down 52.7% to 79 units
FIAT were down 3.4% to 3,970 units, giving a market share of 2.2%.
JEEP down 42.9% to 660 units
MASERATI are 151 units
OPEL fell 34.4% to 7,327 units, giving a market share of 4.1%.
PEUGEOT are down 29.1% to 2,739 units for a market share of 1.5%.
Stellantis' total sales were 17,625 units, down 22.59% for a market share of 9.83%. The group's market share in Germany is very low, below 10%, and it is a real underperformer in this first month of the year when almost all these brands are down, with the exception of Alfa Romeo, which benefits from Tonale, and Citroen.