French vehicle market declines by 7.4% in June, with 230.924 units sold. Renault holds the crown while falling faster than the market, followed by Peugeot and Citroen, both registering negative outcomes. Mercedes – in 10th place – marks an astonishing +13.1%.
French vehicle market grew 3.2% in 2018 with 2.177.510 sales, closing the fifth consecutive year of improvement, despite the influence of WLTP regulation. Renault was the market leader, with a tiny gap from Peugeot. Impressive performances from Dacia and Fiat.
France Auto Sales in the 2017 at the best since the 2008 not far from the all time record, pushed up by consumer confidence and rebound in annual fixed investment and industrial production. Hybrid solution gave to Toyota a clear competitive advantage.
French Cars Market in August advanced recovering the July shortfall. Peugeot was overtaken by Renault on top of the list while the Dacia Sandero jumped in second position.
France Autos Sales hit fell in July breaking 13th months of victories. Renault struggled while Peugeot took the leadership with the 208 as best-selling model and 308 and 2008 in great shape.
France Car Sales in June at the highest since 2008 fueled by economy acceleration. However recent strikes over controversial labor reform could reduce next months consumer demand. The Renault Mégane shines.
France Auto Sales in May 2016 reported the highest increase since 2007 reaching 12 months of up line albeit the recent controversial labor reform generated strikes in many key sectors. Dacia shines.
France Cars Market in February 2016 at the best increase in sixth years. Renault was pushed back on top of the list by renewed sales on the Clio while Volkswagen struggles. SsangYong, Jaguar and Infiniti shine.
France cars sales 2015 had been up 6% thanks to a final rush with December reported in double-digit. Despite a strong year-end Renault had lost the leadership at group level closing 3 thousand units down from P.S.A..
France cars registrations reported up 11% in November pulled up by Renault and Peugeot performances on top of the list. The Peugeot 208 gained the first place among models while Renault Kadjar advanced in 11th.
France new cars sales up 0.6% in October when Renault Kadjar jumped in 13th place. The market maintained the positive trend despite disappointing country economic outlook. 2016 national budget would be expansive.
France rebounding economy fueled the best selling month since 2009 in June with a first half ending with a +6 percent and strong perspectives for the rest of the year.