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France 1967: Renault 4 reclaims leadership

1967 Renault 4

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After losing its title of best-selling car in France in 1966 to the Citroen Ami 6, the Renault 4 gets a new aluminium grill and jumps back on top in 1967 with 177,950 sales and 14.5% market share, up 11%. The Citroen Ami 6 drops to #2 at 148,680 units and 12.1% share, down 8%. we welcome a new entrant on the French podium this year: the Peugeot 204, up a massive 36% on 1966 to land #3 with 129,610 sales and 10.5%.

Citroen Ami 6

The Peugeot 404 stays #4 with sales down 7% to 98,640 and 8% share, followed by the Renault 16 up 4 spots and 15%, the Citroen DS/ID up 2 ranks to #6, the Simca 1301/1501 down one spot to #7 and the Citroen 2CV down an alarming 42% and 5 ranks to #8 due to the arrival of the Citroen Dyane at #12.

Fiat 850

There is no foreign model in the Top 12 this year and the Fiat 850 takes the lead of imports in 1967 at #13 with 15,810 sales, ahead of the Opel Kadett at #14 and 13,990, Opel Rekord at #16 and 12,990, Ford 12M at #17, VW Beetle at #18, Austin/Morris Mini at #19 and Fiat 500 at #20.

Full Year 1967 Top 20 Ranking Table below.

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