15 January 2014

France Car Sales By Brand : 2013

The Citroen C3 was the 3rd best seller in France...

The French car market was down 5.7%, but the signs are there that the worst is over. Sales are not that far below their peak anyway of 2.27 million in 2009. However, any improvement will be gradual.

AS expected, the three French marques were 1,2 3 with a combined share of 48.4%. Add French owned Dacia and over half the market is secured. Not many brands grew in sales, green indicating which ones. US makes Ford, Opel and Chevrolet had a very poor year. None of the VW Group managed to improve on 2012. Maybe next year will shine brighter.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Renault 337,608 18.9% -2%

2 2 2 Peugeot 289,587 16.2% -5%

3 3 3 Citroen 238,317 13.3% -11%

4 4 4 VW 141,427 7.9% -8%

7 6 5 Dacia 89,844 5.0% 11%

5 5 6 Ford 76,470 4.3% -17%

9 9 7 Toyota 71,693 4.0% 5%

8 8 8 Nissan 62,983 3.5% -10%

6 7 9 Opel 59,620 3.3% -17%

10 10 10 Audi 59,147 3.3% -4%

11 13 11 Fiat 47,683 2.7% 9%

13 12 12 Mercedes 46,966 2.6% -1%

12 11 13 BMW 46,742 2.6% -3%

15 14 14 Kia 33,503 1.9% 1%

19 15 15 Hyundai 25,738 1.4% -10%

14 17 16 Seat 22,039 1.2% -9%

16 16 17 Chevrolet 21,518 1.2% -13%

18 18 18 Skoda 19,341 1.1% -14%

17 19 19 MINI 19,099 1.1% -11%

20 20 20 Suzuki 15,485 0.9% -3%

22 21 21 Volvo 11,024
-18%

23 23 22 Honda 8,846
5%

21 22 23 Alfa Romeo 8,047
-22%

27 24 24 Land Rover 6,716
-14%

25 27 25 Mazda 6,272
23%

24 25 26 smart 5,267
-3%

28 26 27 Lancia 4,812
-8%

26 28 28 Mitsubishi 3,448
-5%

30 31 29 Lexus 2,960
21%

31 29 30 Porsche 2,813
-16%

29 30 31 Jeep 1,329
-59%

33 33 32 Subaru 928
-4%

32 34 33 Jaguar 879
-2%


Others 2,305


Total 1,790,456
-6%

Data source: Thanks to CCFA.

...while the Peugeot 208 was 2nd, the Renault Clio being on top

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