Citroen. 2017 global sales down 7.4%

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Citroen Global Performance in the 2017 is again very negative with sales felt 7.4% year to date September, dragged down by the horrible score in Asia. The brand is growing in South America and CIS markets. The C3 is the best-selling model by far.

Following the almost negative trend reported in the period 2010-2016 when the brand fell down 3.7% in average, during the first nine months of the 2017 Citroen has further lost with 769.000 sales, down 7.4%.

At regional level, sales are growing fast in the ASEAN (+48.5%), CIS (+22.4%) and Latin America (+15.4%) regions while are falling in Asia (including China, Korea, Japan and India) (-54.9%), North Africa and in the GCC.

At model wise, the best model was the C3 with 179.000 sales (+38.9%) followed by the Berlingo with 114.000 (+4.9%) and the C4 Picasso with 76.607 (-1.1%).

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In the period 2010-2016 Citroen global sales had one of the worse, losing 311.000 units, from 1.41 million in the 2010 to 1.10 million in the 2016, performing a Compound annual growth rate  (C.A.G.R) of -3.7%, while the industry CAGR in the period was +4.6%.

In this period, Citroen dropped down in the Global Car Brands Ranking losing 7 places in 25th place from the 18th.

Sales split at regional level confirmed in the 2016 the supremacy of the European counting the 68.8% of total sales (it was 71.5% in the 2010). However, sales in Asia are improving share actually counting 23.7% (from 17.1%), while American sales declining at 5.5% of the total (from 9.4%).

In our report we figure out Citroen sales in 86 different countries, with forecast up to the 2022.

On top of all, in the 2016 there is France with 23.2% of global sales share (from 28.2% in the 2010), ahead of China with 22.6% (from 15.7%), United Kingdom with 8.2% (from 5.5%), Spain with 8.1% and Italy with 6.2%.

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Rank 2017 Rank 2016 Regional Sales Sales Q1 ’17 Sales Q2 ’17 Sales Q3 ’17 Sales YTD 2017 Variation 2017
10 10 Asean 225 254 224 703 48,5%
7 7 CIS 1.332 1.442 1.676 4.451 22,4%
3 3 LatAm 16.190 16.827 18.839 51.856 15,4%
4 4 Europe East 4.936 8.316 6.339 19.591 9,3%
1 1 UE 210.176 214.045 167.222 591.443 5,5%
6 6 Levant 3.042 1.898 1.908 6.848 2,7%
8 8 Africa 996 964 952 2.912 2,5%
9 9 Pacific 383 372 424 1.179 -12,5%
11 11 GCC 74 85 53 212 -22,3%
5 5 Africa North 2.924 3.876 2.965 9.765 -31,6%
2 2 Asia 25.081 22.802 32.610 80.493 -54,6%
Total 265.359 270.881 233.212 769.452 -7,4%

Rank 2017 Rank 2016   Sales Q1 Sales Q2 Sales Q3 Sales YTD Sep Variation YTD 17
1 1 Citroen C3 64.467 66.782 47.897 179.146 38,9%
2 2 Citroen Berlingo 40.597 43.629 30.508 114.733 4,9%
3 5 Citroen C4 Picasso 26.275 28.130 22.202 76.607 -1,1%
4 4 Citroen C-Elysée 19.527 24.102 19.343 62.971 -28,4%
5 6 Citroen C4 Cactus 18.830 19.485 13.935 52.251 -18,5%
6 3 Citroen C4 18.148 17.425 13.597 49.170 -51,0%
7 8 Citroen C1 16.593 15.371 14.405 46.370 -12,3%
8 9 Citroen Jumper 7.839 9.654 9.386 26.879 -4,8%
9 10 Citroen Jumpy 7.916 8.408 9.093 25.417 12,3%
10 11 Citroen C3 Picasso 5.993 8.091 3.064 17.148 -26,2%

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