In April, Citroen attained outstanding lead to Spain, closing the month as the 3rd biggest registration number in this market (cars + industrial cars) with 5,615 registrations. This equates to a 7.1% share of the brand-new vehicle market.
In the big industrial vehicle market, Citroën signed up 1,271 systems in April, positioning it in 2nd location with a market share of 13.5%.
Citroen’s electrification method is settling, as revealed by the brand name’s 2nd position in the 100% electrical cars and truck market with 242 registrations and an 11.3% share, with the brand-new Citroën ë-C4 taking top place in this sector.
April was a victorious month for Citroën, which did extremely well in the Spanish market. The chevron brand name had the ability to reach the bottom of the podium in the general market (automobile + industrial lorries), with 5,615 registrations and a market share of 7.1%.
Citroen’s overall sales in the Spanish market this year are 17,220 automobiles, representing a 6.4% share. Hence, Citroën was currently amongst the leading 5 brand names in the Spanish market (automobile + business lorries), getting one position compared to the previous month.
Sales of electrical automobiles are progressively having a substantial effect on these outcomes. The zero-emission (in-service) Citroën ë-C4 discovered 215 purchasers and leads the list of sales of 100% electrical cars in April, with an 11.2% share in this market section. This is an undoubted success not just for Citroën, however likewise for Spain, which is the only location worldwide where the ë-C4 is produced. In addition, the Citroen brand name took 2nd location in the list of all-electric cars with 242 systems signed up and a market share of 11.3%.
In the ever-demanding business vehicle market, Citroën closed April in 2nd location with 1,271 registrations and a market share of 13.5%. The very popular design is the Citroën Berlingo, produced in Vigo, Spain. In the very first 4 months of the year, Citroen had 4,135 light cars signed up with a market share of 11.61%.
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compensation. Krzysztof Gregorczyk; image: Citroën