Below is a chart that has the UK divided into regions (England) and countries that show how the two PSA brands are doing. The chart also has a ratio number by which the chart is sorted (1:1000). The higher the ratio, the further up the chart. The three countries each have a different colour and the England divisions are green.
Peugeot takes 3.5% of total UK registrations. It sells best in the West Midlands where its former car plant was situated. Production was instead moved to a lower wage country in central Europe but it seems its past still resonates with locals. Peugeot also has reasonable support form the three countries listed below.
|South West England||12,825||47.2|
|North West England||8,228||34.9|
|South East England||13,369||27.4|
|Yorkshire & Humber||5,032||26.8|
|North East England||1,517||22.1|
Citroën has just under 2.2% of sales. Ironically, the area around London is its strongest region (4.5%) but London itself its worst result (1%). Overall, it's penetration is seemingly random with no pattern emerging.
|South West England||12,101||44.5|
|North East England||1,841||26.8|
|South East England||9,279||19.0|
|Yorkshire & Humber||3,395||18.1|
|North West England||3,958||16.8|
Data source: DTI.