(AOF) – The French new passenger car market is up 9.81% in November 2022 in raw data compared to November 2021, with 133,961 registrations, announces the Automotive Platform (PFA). The organization of the automotive sector in France points out that with a fall of 22.5% compared to 2019, the French market remains far below its pre-crisis level in November. Over 11 months, it is down 8.6% compared to 2021, and 31.5% compared to 2019.
Registrations of new cars from the Stellantis group, which notably includes the Peugeot, Citroën, DS and Opel brands, fell by 5.22% compared to November 2021.
The Renault group (Renault, Dacia and Alpine brands) saw its registrations in France decline by 2.44% on an annual basis in November, while those of the German Volkswagen group jumped by 24.08% and those of the Japanese Toyota by 41, 34%.