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France LCV September 2013: Renault Trafic up to #2

Renault Trafic France September 2013Renault Trafic

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Sales of Light Commercial Vehicles are down 3% year-on-year in September to 29,175 registrations, bringing the year-to-datet total to 266,948 units, down 7% on 2012. The Renault Kangoo hits its highest market share in one year at 11.2% thanks to 3,264 sales but the best performer this month is the Renault Trafic, up 5 spots on August to land in 2nd place at 2,054 units and 7%, earning it a #6 spot year-to-date. The Renault Clio IV is down one rank to #5 but still way ahead of its year-to-date level at 5.4% vs. 4% while the Clio III enjoys a second wind at #9, up 7 spots on last month. Interesting to notice the two Kangoo twins selling roughly the same amount this month: the cut-throat priced Dacia Dokker at #30 (-6) and over-priced Mercedes Citan at #31 (+20)…

Previous month: France LCV August 2013: Renault Clio IV up to 4th place

One year ago: France LCV September 2012: Renault Kangoo above 13% share

Full September 2013 Top 80 Ranking Table below.

France LCV September 2013:

1Renault Kangoo3,26411.2%123,5808.8%11
2Renault Trafic2,0547.0%713,2855.0%66
3Renault Master III1,9006.5%317,8496.7%34
4Citroen Berlingo1,8636.4%216,7186.3%45
5Renault Clio IV1,5825.4%410,7954.0%8n/a
6Peugeot Partner1,4975.1%613,3085.0%57
7Peugeot 2081,2484.3%512,5904.7%715
8Fiat Ducato1,1794.0%817,8566.7%23
9Renault Clio III9953.4%167,7132.9%102
10Citroen C38743.0%108,3873.1%98
11Mercedes Sprinter8002.7%97,1812.7%1110
12Citroen Jumper6932.4%126,2882.4%1314
13Peugeot Boxer6792.3%117,1662.7%1211
14Citroen Jumpy6402.2%135,9622.2%1413
15Peugeot Expert5942.0%175,3922.0%1616
16Renault Mégane4821.7%193,6501.4%1818
17Fiat Doblo3871.3%223,0821.2%2023
18Citroen Nemo3851.3%213,0621.1%2117
19Ford Transit3741.3%145,4362.0%159
20Citroen C43711.3%183,0461.1%2221
21VW Transporter3631.2%233,5061.3%1922
22Iveco 35C133241.1%292,8781.1%2426
23Fiat Scudo3121.1%262,3850.9%2828
24Renault Twingo3071.1%322,4750.9%2625
25Peugeot 3082660.9%302,9171.1%2324
26VW Caddy2580.9%331,9950.7%3030
27Mercedes Vito2550.9%153,8801.5%1719
28Peugeot Bipper2190.8%252,2680.8%2929
29Ford Transit Custom2180.7%342,4080.9%2782
30Dacia Dokker2160.7%241,9920.7%31n/a
31Mercedes Citan2120.7%511,3980.5%4274
32VW Crafter2010.7%361,9440.7%3233
33Iveco 35C151980.7%202,6031.0%2527
34Toyota Hilux1940.7%271,9400.7%3331
35Nissan Navara1820.6%381,6080.6%3632
36Fiat Fiorino1820.6%471,3050.5%4445
37Nissan NV2001600.5%401,8120.7%3439
38Ford Fiesta1600.5%391,5040.6%3734
39Opel Vivaro1580.5%421,4300.5%4135
40Renault Maxity1440.5%371,4670.5%3837
41Isuzu D-Max1120.4%411,3700.5%4346
42VW Golf VII1100.4%431,2780.5%4541
43Nissan Cabstar1040.4%351,0290.4%4644
44Ford Ranger1020.3%281,7360.7%3551
45Iveco 35S131000.3%441,4540.5%3942
46Mitsubishi L200950.3%528180.3%4948
47Opel Movano930.3%499590.4%4740
48Dacia Duster910.3%468700.3%4849
49Fiat Punto910.3%755810.2%5650
50Nissan Primastar880.3%547980.3%5152
51Land Rover Defender850.3%457370.3%5354
52Ford Transit Connect700.2%488000.3%5038
53Nissan NV400680.2%507530.3%5257
54Jeep Wrangler600.2%574880.2%5960
55VW Polo580.2%311,4460.5%4043
56Opel Combo520.2%555810.2%5547
57Renault Scenic420.1%623700.1%64n/a
58Goupil G3390.1%584190.2%6068
59VW Amarok370.1%596930.3%5456
60Fiat Panda370.1%971600.1%8665
61Citroen C1360.1%925130.2%5777
62Opel Corsa360.1%534960.2%5853
63Piaggio Porter360.1%841770.1%8166
64Iveco 35C11340.1%613880.1%6359
65Toyota Yaris330.1%564100.2%6158
66Iveco 35S11330.1%702430.1%7467
67Opel Astra300.1%672720.1%6862
68Fiat Strada270.1%742590.1%7092
69Iveco 35C17230.1%662990.1%6663
70Ford Focus230.1%692470.1%7161
71Citroen DS3220.1%713890.1%6255
72Fuso Canter220.1%682450.1%7273
73Iveco 35S15220.1%652110.1%76n/a
74Jeep Grand Cherokee210.1%1001340.1%92n/a
75Toyota Land Cruiser190.1%801390.1%9069
76Seat Ibiza180.1%632600.1%6970
77Ford C-Max180.1%941620.1%8576
78Citroen C3 Picasso170.1%792950.1%67n/a
79Nissan Qashqai170.1%771520.1%8780
80Toyota Dyna170.1%811320.0%9594


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  1. Maybe it’s just coincidence, but the current Renault Trafic and Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro is in its final year of production before the new model comes on stream in 2014 and in both the UK and France sales for this model seem to be growing. Yet here in the UK the Vivaro is not being discounted or heavily promoted. Perhaps consumers are finally realising just how good a work-horse it really is!

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