French.china.org.cn Last updated 01-04-2019
The vehicle market in France fell by 2.3% in March 2019 years year after 252,818 records of new passenger cars, according to figures published by the French Automobile Committee (CCFA) on Monday.
Over the first three months of this year, the French market for new passenger cars fell 0.6%, despite a 2.10% rise in February, stopping five months' decline. French controls included the sale of new passenger cars down 1.6% in March compared to March 2018.
The PSA group saw its sales decrease by 1.5% and notably a significant decline in sales accounting for DS (-21.8%) and Peugeot (-8.1%) simply balanced by the good Citronet results (+ 9.7%). ) and Opel (+ 8.5%).
The Renault that was meeting was also going down selling in March (-1.7%) with a 6.6% drop in their name and a 13.8% increase in the Dacia brand.
Overseas transport also saw a 3.3% decrease in new passenger cars, with a significant reduction in Motors General results (-72.7%), including the Chevrolet (-70%) logo. Nissan builders saw it sold 33.6%, plus the Tata (-19%) group, which own the Jaguar and Land Rover badges, as well as FCA (-15.7%) and BMW (-10.6%). T . ) and Ford (-9.8%).
The results of the Geely Volvo Group are 4.4%, while the Daimler Group sold 3.3% and Toyota + Lexus's sales increased by 0.4% and Hyundai sold up 4% and Volkswagen Group France increased 7.1%.
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