25 November 2015

Citroën Car/LCV Production By Model : 2014

The C-Elysee going well for Citroën

Citroën grew numerically 2% for 2014. The two big improvers were the C4 and C-Elysee both adding 50-60,000 more units. I included the DS range with other Citroën models as to me they are still very similar and yet to establish themselves as a stand alone premium range. That will take years. I noticed the van range has held up better for the chevron brand than they have for sibling make Peugeot.

The C4 Aircross (a Mitsubishi ASX in disguise) only came for one year then not shown for 2014. Did the CCFA (the source of the data) add the volumes somewhere else? There are 22,670 vehicles for both PSA brands that are unaccounted for so maybe they have been put there.

The numbers below include both passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. '%' refers to the share of Peugeot production, while the '+/-' is volume compared to 2013.


10 11 12 13 14 Model 2014 % +/-

2 1 1 1 1 C4/C4 Picasso 431,835 30.7 13%

1 2 2 2 2 C3/C3 Picasso 242,543 17.2 -10%

3 3 3 3 3 Berlingo 138,522 9.8 -2%

- - 14 6 4 C-Elysee 123,181 8.8 107%

5 5 6 7 5 C1 64,650 4.6 11%

7 6 5 4 6 DS3 55,637 4.0 -18%

4 4 4 5 7 C5 54,116 3.8 -16%

9 8 8 9 8 Jumper 46,968 3.3 11%

- 16 10 12 9 DS5 35,359 2.5 56%

6 7 7 8 10 ZX 28,508 2.0 -48%

11 11 12 11 11 Jumpy 27,689 2.0 9%

18 9 9 10 12 DS4 20,338 1.4 -31%

8 10 11 13 13 Nemo 16,317 1.2 -16%

- - - - 14 DS6 4,501 0.3 n/a

14 15 15 16 15 C8 1,540 0.1 -42%

17 17 18 17 16 C-Zero 404 0.0 -12%

- - - 14 ? C4 Aircross



13 12 13 15 - C2



12 14 16 - - C-Crosser

10 13 17 - - Xsara/Picasso

16 18 19 - - C6

15 - - - - Xantia








Total 1,292,108
2%






PSA Others 22,670

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