25 November 2015

Peugeot Car/LCV Production By Model : 2014


Peugeot managed a 3% increase in production for the year. Most models were produced in lower numbers as the salmon colour below would indicate. The green models went up, in particular the 308 and 2008 which added 50,000 and 129,000 units respectively. The yellow colouring at the bottom is for models no longer made.

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 % +/-

- 20 1 1 1 208 300,751 21.4 -10%

4 4 3 2 2 308 293,678 20.9 21%

- - 22 7 3 2008 207,678 14.8 163%

6 6 10 4 4 3008 153,183 10.9 10%

5 5 4 3 5 Partner 133,741 9.5 -6%

- - 17 8 6 301 106,981 7.6 39%

11 8 8 6 7 408 73,940 5.3 -13%

17 7 6 5 8 508 73,746 5.2 -15%

10 11 12 12 9 Boxer 52,508 3.7 -1%

- - - - 10 108 45,950 3.3

9 9 13 13 11 5008 34,203 2.4 -23%

14 13 14 14 12 Expert 29,911 2.1 14%

1 1 2 9 13 206 21,158 1.5 -70%

7 14 11 10 14 107 19,985 1.4 -65%

12 12 15 15 15 Bipper 17,913 1.3 -20%

2 2 5 11 16 207 12,986 0.9 -76%

8 10 9 16 17 307 7,976 0.6 -52%

- - 16 18 18 4008 6,983 0.5 -9%

15 15 18 17 19 RCZ 6,659 0.5 -20%

18 17 19 19 20 807 1,646 0.1 -40%

20 18 21 20 21 Ion 774 0.1 62%

3 3 7 - - 405



16 16 20 - - 4007

13 19 - - - 407



19 - - - - 607



21 - - - - 1007








Total 1,602,350
3%

Data source : CCFA.

Summary: Peugeot is determined to make money on the cars it sells. Rather obvious you would think but in a cash hungry, competitive industry it is too easy to simply focus on keeping factories busy. However, profit is essential to survival in a capitalist world. Getting a balance between productive car plants and a reasonable margin is needed. PSA is now working in that direction.

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