French car sales rise 1.1% in September

[ France ]

On October 2, the French Automobile Manufacturers Committee (CCFA) announced that September new car sales in France of 170,652 units had increased 1.1% from the same month one year ago.
New car sales for the first nine months of 2017 increased 3.9% from the same period in 2016 to 1,560,885 units.
September domestic brand sales of 97,433 units had increased 8.0% compared to the same month a year ago, capturing a market share of 57.1%.
PSA Group sales of 51,813 units increased 15.6% (30.4% share) while Renault Group sales of 45,612 units increased 0.6% (26.7% share).
Foreign brand sales in September of 73,219 units decreased 6.8% (42.9% share).
Volkswagen Group sales of 20,517 units decreased 4.9% (12.0% share), while FCA Group sales of 7,419 units increased 8.9% (4.3% share).
Daimler Group sales of 7,064 units increased 11.9% (4.1% share).
BMW Group sales of 7,053 units decreased 3.5% (4.1% share), while Toyota Group sales of 6,839 units increased 2.1% (4.0% share).
Sales of light commercial vehicles (LCV) increased by 0.5% in September to 35,555 units.
Heavy commercial vehicle (5 tons or more) sales in September of 4,097 units decreased 2.5% from the same month a year ago.

(CCFA release from October 2, 2017)

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