France Autos Sales hit fell in July breaking 13th months of victories.

France Autos Sales

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.

Market Outlook

Following months of strikes against a controversial labor reform bill, the Socialist government passed the law using special constitutional powers to bypass both houses of parliament. The bill, staunchly opposed by labor unions and some members of the governing party, aims to liberalize the highly rigid labor market.

Meanwhile, the result of the Brexit referendum is expected to have a limited impact on French confidence indicators and financial markets in the short-term, though a decline in exports and investment could weigh on growth in the medium term.

It is probably a case, but immediately after Brexit the French domestic new cars market fell down in July, first time after 13th months, just after the strong sales level hit in the previous month

According to data released by the C.C.F.A, the French Associations of Car Manufacturers, new car passenger’s sales in June had been 132.976, down 9.6%.

Year to date total car passenger’s sales had been 1.235.405, up 6.1%.

Competitive Arena

In July, Peugeot kept the leadership with 23.576 sales (-11.9%) and 17.7% of market share, followed by Renault with 20.399 (-5.5%) and Citroen with 13.175 (-25.9%).

Volkswagen has sold 9.362 units (-22.1%) ahead of Dacia in fifth place with 8.234 units (-0.6%), Toyota with 5.296 (-8.7%), Ford with 5.073 (-8.7%) and Audi with 4.896 (-12.0%).

As far as the best-selling model, in July the new leader was the Peugeot 208 with 6.656 (+1.1%) jumped ahead of the  Renault Clio  with 5.500 sales (-16.1%), the Peugeot 308 with 5.223 (-18.9%),  the Peugeot 2008 with 4.737 (-0.9%), the Dacia Sandero with 4.262 (+5.8%), the Renault Captur with 3.311 (-9.3%) and the Dacia Duster with 2.669 (-4.9%).

To see the best-selling cars ranking with top 100 models see the report

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank JulRank 2016BrandSales JulSales YTD JulVar JulVar YTD JulShare JulShare YTD Jul
12Peugeot23.573210.583-11,9%3,9%17,7%17,0%
21Renault20.399250.225-5,5%8,7%15,3%20,3%
33Citroen13.175125.273-25,9%0,5%9,9%10,1%
44Volkswagen9.36286.192-22,1%-3,4%7,0%7,0%
55Dacia8.23470.159-0,6%12,3%6,2%5,7%
67Toyota5.29645.363-8,7%5,4%4,0%3,7%
76Ford5.07350.376-8,0%-1,1%3,8%4,1%
810Audi4.89638.129-12,0%9,2%3,7%3,1%
913Mercedes4.79632.4039,5%7,0%3,6%2,6%
1011Fiat4.52837.837-1,8%15,5%3,4%3,1%
1112BMW4.44535.5907,1%19,6%3,3%2,9%
129Nissan3.93042.763-29,2%-6,9%3,0%3,5%
138Opel3.90943.433-6,9%8,2%2,9%3,5%
1416Hyundai2.36416.69721,4%18,7%1,8%1,4%
1514Kia2.31820.088-9,7%14,6%1,7%1,6%
1617Mini2.21015.47017,2%17,3%1,7%1,3%
1715DS2.15819.161-15,9%4,0%1,6%1,6%
1819Seat1.88312.897-2,2%-0,5%1,4%1,0%
1920Suzuki1.56011.543-4,0%8,6%1,2%0,9%
2018Skoda1.54213.897-9,8%11,1%1,2%1,1%
2121Volvo1.0389.262-13,6%12,0%0,8%0,7%
2222Land Rover9556.62253,5%22,9%0,7%0,5%
2324Mazda8096.15420,9%41,1%0,6%0,5%
2423Jeep7526.2263,4%12,8%0,6%0,5%
2525Honda6415.26241,5%41,3%0,5%0,4%
2627Alfa Romeo5073.8356,7%1,4%0,4%0,3%
2726Smart5005.022-19,7%19,2%0,4%0,4%
2831Infiniti4532.143192,3%215,6%0,3%0,2%
2929Lexus4142.87236,2%15,1%0,3%0,2%
3030Jaguar3552.15362,8%202,8%0,3%0,2%
3128Porsche2772.931-47,0%-1,6%0,2%0,2%
3232Mitsubishi2091.617-32,1%-28,7%0,2%0,1%
3334SsangYong9558772,7%130,2%0,1%0,0%
3433Bolloré7661852,0%-3,4%0,1%0,1%
3535Subaru55527-16,7%1,2%
3637Maserati503204,2%-5,6%
3736Tesla41454-22,6%19,8%
3841Chevrolet2075400,0%-5,1%
3938Ferrari17148-15,0%19,4%
4040Lotus1477100,0%13,2%
4042Bentley145175,0%15,9%
4139Lancia13147-86,3%-88,0%
4244Caterham1142-38,9%10,5%
4343Lamborghini94580,0%66,7%
Rank JulRank 2016GroupSales JulSales YTD JulVar JulVar YTD JulShare JulShare YTD Jul
12PSA38.906355.017-17,4%2,7%29,3%28,8%
21Renault-Nissan33.016365.290-7,2%7,7%24,8%29,6%
33Volkswagen17.983154.142-17,3%1,0%13,5%12,5%
44BMW6.65551.06310,2%18,8%5,0%4,1%
56FCA5.86748.513-1,8%10,8%4,4%3,9%
67Toyota5.71048.235-6,5%5,9%4,3%3,9%
79Mercedes Daimler5.29637.4255,9%8,5%4,0%3,0%
85Ford5.07350.376-8,0%-1,1%3,8%4,1%
910Hyundai-Kia4.68236.7853,7%16,4%3,5%3,0%
108General Motors3.92943.525-6,6%8,2%3,0%3,5%
Rank JulRank 2016ModelSales JulSales YTD JulyVar JulVar 2016
12Peugeot 2086.65660.7121,1%14,3%
21Renault Clio5.50067.706-16,1%0,8%
33Peugeot 3085.22349.223-18,9%4,9%
45Peugeot 20084.73741.831-0,9%4,7%
56Dacia Sandero4.26235.6695,8%23,5%
67Citroen C33.81734.908-18,3%1,0%
74Renault Captur3.31145.038-9,3%1,8%
813Dacia Duster2.66923.309-4,9%4,6%
916Peugeot 30082.63820.323-13,6%-4,0%
1010Volkswagen Polo2.57325.017-19,3%-1,9%
119Citroen C4 Picasso2.51827.281-40,0%-5,6%
128Renault Mégane2.22130.4718,8%16,5%
1312Renault Kadjar2.21824.53915,9%262,4%
1417Toyota Yaris2.12018.289-9,9%4,8%
1514Renault Scénic2.06022.973-27,7%-23,2%
1615Volkswagen Golf2.02721.862-32,4%8,4%
1711Renault Twingo2.00524.91544,1%-11,8%
1818Citroen C41.89116.024-19,2%6,3%
1921Fiat 5001.52914.179-19,1%5,3%
2019Nissan Qashqai1.43914.805-40,1%-15,6%
2124Peugeot 5081.42512.186-29,1%-13,9%
2220Ford Fiesta1.32714.396-4,4%-11,6%
2334Volkswagen Tiguan1.2478.608-27,4%-11,1%
2429Fiat 500X1.2259.57818,7%48,0%
2532Mini Hatch1.1988.818
2622Citroen C4 Cactus1.18713.846-23,7%8,4%
2725DS 31.16510.636-8,9%2,8%
2823Opel Corsa1.12613.2363,2%-1,9%
2942Audi A41.0947.01891,9%82,3%
3028Volkswagen Touran1.07010.09862,6%41,1%
3130Peugeot 1089939.421-23,1%-5,0%
3240Citroen C19878.122-18,1%-4,3%
3327Opel Mokka96810.173-35,8%-12,9%
3438Renault Talisman9618.224
3544Mercedes A Class9526.950-20,8%-3,4%
3639Hyundai Tucson9388.185
3726Citroen C3 Picasso93710.586-35,1%9,5%
3849Citroen Berlingo9366.452-22,2%7,8%
3936Peugeot 50089218.509-33,9%-4,4%
4055Audi Q38815.9518,5%9,2%

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