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France October 2018: PSA, Toyota help contain post-WLTP drop to -1.5%

14 months after launch, the C3 Aircross hits a record 2.5% share, helping Citroen up 14.7%.

* Now updated with the Top 40 brands, Top 270 models and Top 10 private sales *

The pre-WLTP rush aftermath, after cutting new car sales in France by 12.8% in September, has greatly reduced its impact with October registrations down just 1.5% to 173.799, in fact -5.8% in daily rates given this month has one additional opening day compared to October 2017. The year-to-date tally is now up 5.7% to 1.836.481 which is now the 4th largest 10 month volume in French history below 1990 (1.973.172), 1989 (1.921.716), 2001 (1.912.485) and 2011 (1.837.474). Private sales happily go against the market at +3.3% to 92.635 sales and 53.3% share vs. just 50.8% in October 2017. In contrast, artificial sales are logically panting with short-term rentals freefalling 24% and demo sales down 4%. So far this year, private sales also outpace the market at +6.7% to 881.500 units and 48% share vs. 47.5% over the same period in 2017.

Peugeot is the best-selling carmaker at home for the 6th time this year: a first.

Peugeot (+8.3%) vastly outperforms its home market once again to remain in first position for the 6th time in the past 10 months, a situation unheard of before in France. The brand benefits from its outstanding handling of the transition to WLTP with its entire lineup compliant well before the September 1 deadline, and crosses the symbolic 20% share mark for the 2nd time this year – and this decade – bettering its score to 20.12%. Peugeot sees its company sales up 9.5% (including long-term leases) to snap the #1 brand title on this channel with 12.569 sales vs. 10.486 for Renault (-8.2%), its private sales grow by 6.5% to 15.808, demo sales are up 21% to 4.041 and self-registrations are up 41.7% to 1.136 due to the launch of the Rifter and the new generation 508.

Toyota outsells Volkswagen to rank #1 foreign marque in France for the 2nd straight month.

Renault (-9.7%) falls faster than its home market, once again paying the price of overusing artificial registrations in the pre-WLTP period last summer. Showing an encouraging turn of events, Citroen (+14.7%) posts a third double-digit gain in the past 4 months to hit 10.8% share, its highest since last January (11%). Even more encouraging is Citroen’s stunning 33% uptick with private buyers this month. Cementing its 4th place YTD above Volkswagen, Dacia (+19.4%) brilliantly signs the largest gain in the Top 15, while Toyota (+18.3%) also posts an extremely strong result to remain inside the French Top 5 for only the 2nd time in history after last month. Other great performers include Mitsubishi (+69.4%), Seat (+26.5%), Volvo (+22.2%, +38% for private sales), Skoda (+15.5%), Mercedes (+14.7%, private +17.6%), Ford (+13.7%, private +17.6%), Honda (+12.9%), Jaguar (+12.7%), Mini (+8.2%), Hyundai (+8%, private +19.6%), Kia (+7.9%) and Opel (+5.2%, private +16.9%). At the other end of the scale, Volkswagen (-23.6%) whose lineup isn’t yet 100% WLTP-compliant, continues to struggle but the hardest hit in the Top 20 are Audi (-53.3%) and Nissan (-48.6%) and further down Infiniti (-93%) at 10 sales vs. 421 in August, Ssangyong (-76.6%), Alfa Romeo (-71.3%), Porsche (-71.3%), Tesla (-67.7%), Land Rover (-61.3%) and Subaru (-56.7%).

Volvo private sales soar 38% year-on-year in France this month, mainly thanks to the XC40. 

The top of the models ranking returns to the YTD order with the Renault Clio (+9%), Peugeot 208 (+6%), Peugeot 3008 (+15%) and Citroen C3 (+20%) the most popular. In fact, the entire Top 6 best-sellers go against the market and post solid gains: add the Peugeot 308 (+7%) and Dacia Sandero (+17%), and there are only 3 declining nameplates in the Top 16: the Renault Megane (-25%), Captur (-21%) and Peugeot 2008 (-7%). The Citroen C3 Aircross soars 101% to secure its 4th ever Top 10 finish at home at #9 after last January (#10), July (#9) and September (#10) and the Renault Twingo (+30%) continues to take full advantage of ongoing scrappage schemes. At #11 overall the Toyota Yaris (+26%) confirms it is the new favourite foreigner in France – albeit produced locally – distancing the Ford Fiesta (+61%) at #14, Opel Corsa (+39%) at #16, VW Polo (-13%) at #17, Fiat 500 (-4%) at #18 and VW Golf (-43%) struggling mightily at #22.

The Citroen C5 Aircross appears inside its home Top 150 this month.

Other great performers inside the Top 50 include the DS 7 Crossback (+581%), Renault Zoe (+125%), Fiat Panda (+80%), Toyota C-HR (+70%), Peugeot 508 (+56%) up 87 spots on September to #44 thanks to the new generation, Opel Crossland X (+51%), Ford Focus (+50%), Citroen C4 Cactus (+49%), Ford Ecosport (+44%), Citroen C1 (+38%), Dacia Duster (+36%) and Mercedes A-Class (+35%). The Citroen C4 Spacetourer (#19), VW T-Roc (#29), BMW X2 (#67), Volvo XC40 (#75) and Peugeot Rifter (#90) top all recent launches (<12 months) while we welcome the Citroen C5 Aircross at #144. Among private sales, no less than 7 of the 8 best-sellers post at least a double-digit gain, with the Dacia Sandero (+20.1%) reclaiming the top spot to holds YTD off the Peugeot 208 (+13.3%) ahead of the Renault Clio (+10.2%) and Citroen C3 (+29.7%). The Citroen C3 Aircross (+208.8%) hits its highest private ranking so far at #6 (previous best #7 last August) just as the Renault Twingo (+61.8%) and Dacia Duster (+40%) take off.

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Full October 2018 Top 40 brands, Top 270 models and Top 10 private sales below.

France October 2018 – brands:

PosBrandOct-18%/17Sep2018%/17PosFY17
1Peugeot34,96320.1%8.3%1329,64617.9%8.3%22
2Renault29,47817.0%-9.7%2349,20919.0%2.0%11
3Citroen18,78110.8%14.7%3179,8699.8%5.1%33
4Dacia10,1385.8%19.4%4118,3886.4%21.1%45
5Toyota9,3545.4%18.3%580,2634.4%10.1%66
6Volkswagen9,2445.3%-23.6%6114,0706.2%0.9%54
7Ford7,5634.4%13.7%970,6413.8%0.0%77
8Opel6,4203.7%5.2%760,6813.3%-0.3%98
9Mercedes6,3813.7%14.7%851,9932.8%0.9%1111
10Fiat5,1623.0%-12.2%1067,8723.7%19.0%810
11BMW5,1082.9%-2.1%1147,6202.6%-1.7%1213
12Kia3,6292.1%7.9%1236,1872.0%17.1%1414
13Hyundai3,2011.8%8.0%1329,8841.6%25.1%1515
14Skoda2,9361.7%15.5%1625,8791.4%19.2%1616
15Mini2,7951.6%8.2%1521,9381.2%3.8%1917
16Audi2,7551.6%-53.3%1444,0692.4%-17.7%1312
17Nissan2,6521.5%-48.6%2154,5683.0%-9.4%109
18Seat2,4611.4%26.5%1725,5991.4%25.9%1719
19Suzuki2,2401.3%-12.5%2023,0231.3%12.5%1818
20Volvo1,8321.1%22.2%1914,8280.8%14.2%2121
21DS1,5060.9%-12.2%1820,3331.1%16.4%2020
22Mazda8110.5%-7.2%229,3680.5%0.7%2322
23Jeep7260.4%-21.5%2511,8370.6%36.8%2223
24Smart7050.4%-30.5%245,8170.3%-9.9%2627
25Honda6910.4%12.9%237,1390.4%3.5%2526
26Lexus4860.3%4.5%264,9860.3%13.7%2829
27Mitsubishi4760.3%69.4%273,7640.2%107.7%3131
28Jaguar3290.2%12.7%284,1260.2%46.1%3030
29Land Rover3170.2%-61.3%295,8150.3%-20.8%2725
30Alfa Romeo2460.1%-71.3%317,5470.4%1.1%2424
31Porsche1250.1%-71.3%324,2540.2%1.6%2928
32Alpine1000.1%9500.0%348880.0%new34 –
33Maserati440.0%-2.2%335450.0%-4.7%3635
34Tesla300.0%-67.7%309410.1%-11.6%3233
35Subaru260.0%-56.7%386680.0%20.6%3534
36Ferrari250.0%25.0%352420.0%11.0%3837
37SsangYong150.0%-76.6%362770.0%-50.4%3736
38Infiniti100.0%-93.0%409230.1%-46.9%3332
39Chevrolet20.0%-80.0%39770.0%-34.2%4139
40Rolls-Royce20.0%n/a –160.0%100.0%4650
 –Others380.0%n/a –3840.0%-53.8% – –

France October 2018 – models:

PosModelOct-18%/17Sep2018%/17PosFY17
1Renault Clio10,4476.0%9%1103,8365.7%9%11
2Peugeot 2089,0975.2%6%286,3254.7%5%22
3Peugeot 30087,8034.5%15%472,5534.0%23%33
4Citroen C37,2614.2%20%365,3203.6%16%46
5Peugeot 3086,1663.5%7%853,6782.9%-5%87
6Dacia Sandero5,5033.2%17%758,4583.2%13%68
7Peugeot 20085,4233.1%-7%556,6713.1%-1%75
8Renault Captur4,6102.7%-21%659,2183.2%5%54
9Citroen C3 Aircross4,3732.5%101%1036,1372.0%734%1366
10Renault Twingo3,8862.2%30%938,6542.1%20%1112
11Toyota Yaris3,8352.2%26%1330,2291.6%18%1417
12Dacia Duster3,4092.0%36%1144,1632.4%48%914
13Renault Mégane3,0031.7%-25%1440,0072.2%-6%109
14Ford Fiesta2,8801.7%61%2220,8591.1%23%2322
15Peugeot 50082,8321.6%21%1725,9231.4%75%1623
16Opel Corsa2,7831.6%39%1222,1181.2%12%2021
17VW Polo2,5641.5%-3%2329,0611.6%-9%1513
18Fiat 5002,2691.3%-4%1525,1551.4%16%1719
19Citroen C4 Spacetourer1,8801.1%new286,8020.4%new70 –
20Renault Scénic1,8781.1%-47%1636,7852.0%-6%1210
21Citroen C11,8751.1%38%2114,0280.8%18%2832
22VW Golf1,8451.1%-43%2722,9331.2%-7%1915
23Toyota C-HR1,8451.1%70%2616,7210.9%20%2628
24Citroen C4 Cactus1,8271.1%49%2516,6690.9%12%2727
25Peugeot 1081,8221.0%28%1817,7401.0%24%2526
26Renault Kadjar1,7781.0%-23%2023,7251.3%-7%1816
27Renault Zoe1,7451.0%125%2412,5850.7%-2%3029
28Mercedes Classe A1,6460.9%35%1911,4220.6%13%3435
29VW T-Roc1,6030.9%new2913,0310.7%new29186
30Mini Hatch1,5510.9%5%3811,7180.6%-2%3230
31Opel Crossland X1,4390.8%51%4110,1430.6%214%4097
32BMW X11,3230.8%0%439,8890.5%6%4140
33Toyota Aygo1,3100.8%15%3710,3220.6%21%3950
34Fiat Panda1,2590.7%80%3111,1190.6%91%3580
35Ford Focus1,2140.7%50%766,7990.4%-16%7158
36Toyota Auris1,1840.7%8%4010,6220.6%13%3744
37VW Tiguan1,1760.7%-42%3421,4851.2%3%2220
38Suzuki Swift1,0410.6%17%628,5580.5%43%4974
39Nissan Qashqai1,0070.6%-53%7522,0671.2%-1%2118
40Ford Ecosport9950.6%44%3310,5220.6%63%3875
41Fiat 500X9570.6%-2%3612,5830.7%16%3139
42Kia Picanto9170.5%5%398,4910.5%54%5083
43DS 7 Crossback9130.5%581%357,9710.4%2799%55226
44Peugeot 5089000.5%56%1315,1240.3%-42%9154
45BMW Série 18790.5%3%328,8590.5%4%4747
46Mercedes GLA8780.5%7%556,4190.3%-4%7261
47Hyundai Tucson8730.5%-13%447,7410.4%-12%5651
48Mercedes GLC8510.5%3%309,6750.5%15%4445
49Kia Sportage8310.5%-3%429,3570.5%1%4648
50Mercedes Classe C8260.5%13%617,1520.4%-12%6453
51Mercedes Classe B8000.5%31%685,0730.3%-2%9281
52Toyota RAV47940.5%-9%667,4280.4%7%6063
53Hyundai i207890.5%-2%517,5720.4%7%5869
54Skoda Octavia7660.4%10%785,7660.3%-3%7979
55BMW Série 2 (incl. Tourer)6840.4%-25%467,2690.4%-23%6243
56Dacia Logan6840.4%226%634,3350.2%7%100104
57Mini Countryman6820.4%13%495,6140.3%39%8195
58Seat Ateca6770.4%-9%545,9270.3%0%7678
59Ford Ka+6750.4%44%526,9660.4%6%6772
60Seat Arona6740.4%316%707,7080.4%4516%57207
61Renault Koleos6730.4%-11%506,8380.4%70%6985
62Audi Q26650.4%-14%907,5700.4%-5%5956
63Hyundai Kona6530.4%64%655,4470.3%1269%85167
64Skoda Fabia6420.4%-32%458,4330.5%8%5155
65VW Touran6220.4%-41%567,4110.4%-27%6142
66Nissan Micra6000.3%-39%10411,0190.6%-5%3633
67BMW X25980.3%new644,0610.2%new106 –
68Skoda Kodiaq5930.3%103%1573,3060.2%39%114124
69Jeep Renegade5700.3%22%925,8720.3%-17%7870
70Ford Kuga5650.3%-53%489,5840.5%-21%4531
71Citroen Berlingo5590.3%-16%608,7470.5%-3%4852
72Kia Stonic5570.3%253%895,1830.3%1253%89178
73Opel Grandland X5550.3%45%597,2310.4%1076%63169
74Audi A35530.3%-57%938,0070.4%-30%5436
75Volvo XC405500.3%new673,3050.2%new116358
76Renault Talisman5440.3%-52%697,1270.4%-39%6538
77Suzuki Ignis5430.3%6%714,9470.3%27%9399
78Seat Ibiza5380.3%-6%806,2220.3%-16%7365
79Mercedes Classe E5360.3%17%854,1620.2%-5%10392
80Volvo XC605290.3%4%864,5380.2%-7%9886
81Smart ForTwo5160.3%-30%734,2660.2%-8%10191
82Fiat Tipo4880.3%-45%9511,4390.6%0%3334
83Opel Astra4820.3%-3%814,1000.2%-45%10468
84BMW X34810.3%225%534,0890.2%41%105123
85Skoda Karoq4710.3%2671%1093,6600.2%21429%111257
86DS 34660.3%-56%778,2630.4%-19%5241
87Seat Leon4640.3%16%1364,8180.3%-16%9482
88Kia Rio4420.3%-23%824,6450.3%-29%9773
89Hyundai i104420.3%44%833,9040.2%54%107120
90Peugeot Rifter4340.2%new721,8470.1%new145 –
91Kia Niro4230.2%10%1163,3250.2%13%112116
92Nissan Leaf4100.2%75%843,8010.2%76%109137
93Ford C-Max4020.2%-24%995,6140.3%-9%8076
94VW Up!3920.2%-15%584,7610.3%21%95100
95Nissan Juke3880.2%-54%1219,7050.5%-14%4337
96Audi Q53820.2%-22%1055,4820.3%21%8389
97Citroen Spacetourer3740.2%87%1142,9890.2%38%119180
98Audi A13400.2%-68%576,9600.4%-12%6857
99Renault Kangoo3380.2%-58%479,8730.5%6%4246
100Volvo V403340.2%-35%883,3050.2%-9%115105
101Opel Karl3300.2%114%942,6580.1%-15%126117
102Ford Tourneo3300.2%479%1241,5730.1%91%149238
103Kia Cee’d3280.2%46%963,3100.2%23%113121
104Mercedes CLA3270.2%-38%793,7490.2%-4%11093
105Mini Clubman3230.2%-6%1002,7630.2%-10%124110
106Renault Trafic3030.2%-20%1085,2720.3%7%8788
107Dacia Lodgy2870.2%-51%976,1240.3%-5%7571
108VW Golf Sportsvan2830.2%-60%1582,9960.2%-38%118101
109VW Passat2820.2%-69%915,4550.3%-28%8459
110Mitsubishi Space Star2780.2%297%1291,4120.1%279%157230
111Ford Mondeo2730.2%-4%1204,4500.2%96%99126
112Mazda CX-32710.2%-12%1013,0890.2%9%117111
113Renault Espace2680.2%-50%1135,2220.3%-30%8864
114Skoda Superb2610.2%-35%1282,8720.2%1%121118
115Opel Adam2600.1%-9%742,9500.2%-4%120113
116Toyota Prius/Prius+2590.1%-8%1072,7820.2%-11%122114
117Dacia Dokker2550.1%-50%1065,3040.3%-2%8684
118Peugeot Expert2550.1%60%1222,6080.1%7%130160
119Opel Mokka2410.1%-81%986,9850.4%-53%6625
120Mini Cabriolet2390.1%58%1301,8410.1%-12%146140
121Hyundai i302320.1%44%872,3760.1%3%135129
122Audi Q32260.1%-64%1194,7430.3%-19%9677
123Lexus NX2190.1%13%1232,4070.1%30%133141
124Suzuki Celerio2130.1%2%1422,3530.1%29%137145
125Honda Civic2130.1%-15%1252,1470.1%2%139130
126BMW Série 32120.1%-49%1102,6180.1%-37%12996
127Mazda CX-52000.1%-3%1112,3530.1%-4%136119
128Suzuki Vitara1950.1%-65%1324,1890.2%-19%10287
129Nissan X-Trail1940.1%-73%1615,9150.3%-33%7749
130BMW Série 51890.1%-49%1022,6460.1%-14%128109
131Smart Forfour1890.1%-32%1461,5510.1%-16%150142
132BMW Série 41820.1%-53%1172,5010.1%-31%131106
133Honda HR-V1780.1%1%1382,1970.1%-13%138122
134Opel Insignia1780.1%-36%1592,0800.1%-29%140112
135Audi A41760.1%-77%1275,1540.3%-31%9062
136Mitsubishi Outlander1750.1%36%1451,1840.1%72%166193
137Honda Jazz1740.1%81%1701,4730.1%31%155173
138VW Sharan1740.1%120%2141,1300.1%-26%173159
139BMW i31730.1%-18%1261,9850.1%22%142153
140Peugeot Partner1550.1%-78%1416,1460.3%-16%7467
141BMW X41550.1%-31%1441,2440.1%-42%165132
142Citroen C4 Picasso1530.1%-95%10318,0521.0%-48%2411
143Volvo XC901530.1%-3%1491,5210.1%-11%152149
144Citroen C5 Aircross1530.1%new –2410.0%new237 –
145Hyundai Ioniq1520.1%55%1151,9530.1%43%144163
146VW Coccinelle1490.1%-29%1182,6470.1%-19%127115
147Volvo V601470.1%-16%1539490.1%-28%183161
148Mercedes GLE1460.1%13%1511,3130.1%-26%160162
149Skoda Citigo1430.1%74%1471,1170.1%23%174191
150Fiat 500L1410.1%-78%1123,8520.2%23%108108
151Mercedes Classe V1400.1%126%1811,1050.1%-1%175171
152Jaguar E-Pace1370.1%new1481,9680.1%new143315
153Mazda21360.1%11%1341,1590.1%6%170175
154Honda CR-V1260.1%42%1401,3200.1%16%159170
155Citroen C-Elysée1230.1%-25%1551,4880.1%-20%153148
156Audi A71180.1%808%1975270.0%72%212239
157Suzuki Baleno1150.1%-18%1521,1470.1%-3%172168
158Citroen C41120.1%-92%1358,1860.4%-51%5324
159Jeep Compass1120.1%-71%1605,5650.3%415%82157
160BMW X51020.1%-39%2059630.1%-51%180138
161Alpine A1101000.1%9900%2068880.0%new187354
162Audi A6980.1%-48%1391,2900.1%-25%161139
163Lexus RX980.1%31%1838160.0%5%192194
164Mercedes Vito980.1%139%2165610.0%3%204213
165Mazda3970.1%-18%1431,4830.1%0%154158
166Range Rover Evoque960.1%-76%1622,3770.1%-38%134103
167Lexus CT950.1%0%1688290.0%6%191196
168Range Rover Velar920.1%-36%1501,2790.1%185%162200
169Suzuki SX4 S-Cross860.0%-58%1801,7430.1%-13%148135
170Opel Zafira850.0%-38%1711,1690.1%-56%167125
171Jaguar F-Pace840.0%-51%1661,1530.1%-28%171150
172Toyota Proace840.0%83%1786200.0%64%197228
173Mazda MX-5770.0%-16%1648590.0%-10%190182
174VW Touareg770.0%67%1774210.0%23%221235
175Alfa Romeo Giulia760.0%-58%2001,5290.1%-24%151136
176Ford S-Max760.0%-37%2211,1600.1%-34%169147
177DS 4700.0%-79%1332,7680.2%-41%12394
178Alfa Romeo Giulietta680.0%-74%1741,8320.1%-22%147128
179Peugeot iOn680.0%-1%1656730.0%-7%196201
180Audi Q8660.0%new1372460.0%new235 –
181Porsche Macan650.0%-67%1821,2460.1%-37%164134
182Lexus IS650.0%14%1915450.0%-10%208210
183Audi A5600.0%-87%1672,4600.1%-37%13298
184Skoda Rapid600.0%-29%1547200.0%-5%195199
185Mercedes CLS580.0%107%2154650.0%155%216266
186Seat Alhambra560.0%19%2075860.0%-4%202212
187Land Rover Discovery Sport540.0%-70%1861,1620.1%-40%168143
188Hyundai ix20540.0%-49%1885550.0%-35%207190
189Ford Mustang540.0%-17%1955310.0%-26%211197
190Citroen C-Zéro540.0%-11%1754690.0%20%215221
191DS 5530.0%-72%1631,3260.1%-43%158127
192Volvo V90530.0%-33%1856200.0%-27%198187
193VW Arteon510.0%-53%1769140.0%68%185195
194Mercedes Classe S500.0%-14%1925570.0%5%205214
195Ford Edge500.0%-50%2045090.0%-46%213179
196Alfa Romeo Stelvio480.0%-81%2032,6850.1%79%125146
197Kia Soul480.0%-61%1877230.0%-40%194172
198Range Rover Sport480.0%46%2195860.0%-5%201215
199Alfa Romeo MiTo470.0%-70%1931,4510.1%-5%156156
200Volvo S90460.0%171%1902880.0%35%230252
201Seat Mii460.0%84%2182770.0%-14%232241
202Audi Q7420.0%-64%2081,0250.1%-30%177155
203Opel Combo Tour410.0%n/a1692420.0%831%236327
204Jaguar XE350.0%-36%1844850.0%-31%214206
205BMW X6320.0%-63%1795430.0%-49%210176
206Jeep Cherokee320.0%-30%2242130.0%-36%242227
207Kia Carens300.0%-46%1944610.0%-26%217209
208Mazda6300.0%11%1724250.0%-16%219219
209Maserati Levante300.0%30%2233070.0%4%226246
210Opel Vivaro Combi260.0%-78%1899970.1%-37%178154
211Nissan Pulsar230.0%-78%2321,2690.1%-37%163144
212Tesla Model S230.0%-50%1565870.0%-10%200202
213Ford Transit230.0%-85%2225560.0%60%206237
214Citroen e-Mehari230.0%10%2131950.0%-17%246258
215Ford Galaxy220.0%-19%2316170.0%-38%199184
216BMW Série 6220.0%-71%1963650.0%117%224249
217Audi A8220.0%144%2611560.0%52%256255
218Toyota Avensis210.0%-56%2403770.0%-63%223183
219Volvo S60200.0%-62%2112940.0%-21%229224
220Jaguar XF200.0%-51%2092700.0%-11%233232
221BMW Série 7190.0%-50%2014050.0%-6%222223
222Kia Stinger190.0%850%2431130.0%1514%268282
223Fiat Punto180.0%-88%1982,0090.1%-7%141133
224VW Caddy180.0%-96%2361,0730.1%-18%176164
225Range Rover170.0%55%2391970.0%5%245260
226Porsche 911160.0%-84%2179570.1%23%182192
227Porsche Cayenne160.0%0%1999380.1%58%184203
228Toyota Land Cruiser160.0%-30%2122270.0%34%240261
229Mitsubishi ASX150.0%-79%2289610.1%47%181211
230Porsche Panamera150.0%-77%2377360.0%64%193216
231Fiat 124 Spider150.0%-40%2103000.0%-39%227222
232Subaru Forester150.0%-61%2541580.0%-35%255250
233Mercedes SLC140.0%-18%2261360.0%-55%260263
234Kia Venga130.0%-78%2332860.0%-76%231174
235Kia Sorento120.0%-56%2411190.0%-53%264242
236Nissan NV200100.0%-79%2304300.0%-33%218208
237Land Rover Discovery100.0%-76%2382140.0%-38%241231
238Jaguar F-Type100.0%-52%2341320.0%-10%261268
239Kia Optima90.0%-50%2561740.0%-45%251244
240Lexus RC90.0%-57%2501540.0%11%258272
241Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross80.0%new2472020.0%new243281
242Ssangyong Tivoli80.0%-78%2251890.0%-46%248233
243Porsche 718 Boxster80.0%-58%2551780.0%-21%249254
244Ferrari 488/F48880.0%-39%2451170.0%6%265277
245Nissan 370Z80.0%-43% –960.0%-6%271278
246Audi TT70.0%-93%2484220.0%-51%220188
247Tesla Model X70.0%-85%1733540.0%-13%225225
248Subaru XV70.0%-56%2442960.0%40%228251
249Maserati Ghibli60.0%-57%2271690.0%-22%253256
250Nissan NV30060.0%-54%2641690.0%-5%254265
251Infiniti Q3050.0%-94%2525710.0%-40%203185
252Peugeot Boxer50.0%-64%2352480.0%53%234267
253Fiat Doblo50.0%-71%2022380.0%-22%238247
254Porsche 718 Cayman50.0%-87%2601940.0%8%247259
255Fiat Fiorino50.0%-64%2201750.0%-26%250253
256VW Kombi40.0%-97%2595440.0%-43%209n/a
257VW Multivan40.0%-88%2491710.0%-54%252n/a
258Jeep Wrangler40.0%-60%2291150.0%67%266285
259Hyundai Santa Fe40.0%-86%257960.0%-60%270248
260Ford B-Max30.0%-99%2628910.0%-84%18690
261Fiat Talento30.0%-94%2538720.0%29%189204
262Citroen Nemo30.0%-94%2661280.0%-75%263217
263Toyota Verso20.0%-99%2428810.0%-76%188107
264Infiniti QX3020.0%-94% –1550.0%-57%257234
265Infiniti Q5020.0%-91%2581530.0%-52%259243
266Fiat Ducato20.0%-59% –1300.0%49%262286
267Hyundai i4010.0%-98%2512280.0%-28%239245
268Citroen C4 Aircross10.0%-99%2462010.0%-92%244131
 –Others2920.2%-18% –2,9100.2%-15% – –

France October 2018 – models private sales:

PosModelOct-18/17Sep2018/17PosFY17
1Dacia Sandero5,26720.1%251,58111.3%11
2Peugeot 2085,12713.3%144,95219.0%22
3Renault Clio4,98510.2%341,2889.8%33
4Citroen C33,87829.7%433,64317.5%66
5Peugeot 20083,554-9.6%534,751-1.4%44
6Citroen C3 Aircross3,063208.8%n/a22,817#####9n/a
7Dacia Duster2,94840.0%734,29652.2%58
8Renault Twingo2,84661.8%822,28934.8%10n/a
9Renault Captur2,753-24.7%629,427-4.9%75
10Peugeot 30082,7307.9%n/a26,42613.1%87

Source: CCFA

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  1. With both the Koleos and DS7 hovering between 800 and 1200 units per month, I am curious to see the future sales numbers of the Citroen C5 Aircross.’l Argus.fr compared C5 AC and 3008. A win for the Citroen. 3/5008 reach 10k per month in France alone. C5 to reach 3000 p/m?

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