Across the Spanish electric vehicle market (passenger cars + light commercial vehicles), Citroën is consolidating its position on the podium. This brand finishes the first four months of the year in second place, with 1,649 subscriptions and a market share of 9.5%, leading the list of multi-service companies.
Citroen electric vehicles closed April in first place in the Spanish market with a market share of 24.2% and 834 registrations, six times more than the same period last year.
In the first three months of the year, Citroen registered 20,127 vehicles in Spain. This figure means that the brand has a market share of 5.6%.
In the first four months of 2023, Citroën ranks second in the overall Spanish electric car market with a market share of 9.5% and 1,251 registrations, an increase of 177% compared to January-April last year. With 815 units registered, the Madrid-built Citroen ë-C4 has a market share of 5.8% and is the best-selling “Made in Spain” electric car in the country. As for Citroën Ami, it is the leader in the electric quad market with a 92% share.
The heroes of this success in the electric market are Citroen commercial vehicles. Led by the Spanish-made Citroën ë-Berlingo range, which offers “zero emissions” for all its models, the French marque is leading the market this year with 834 registrations, which is 638% more than in the same period of 2022. . This translates into a market share of 24.2%.
Between January and April, Citroën achieved 20,127 registrations of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles across the market (diesel + electric) with a market share of 5.6%.
The brand’s best-selling model this year, the Spanish-built Citroën C4, has registered 3,644 registrations. It is the leader in its category with a share of 14.1% in the segment. In segment D, the Citroën C5 X is on the podium in its segment with a total of 554 registrations and a 17% share. Its plug-in hybrid version gets a 24.2% market share in its category.
In the commercial vehicle market, Citroën Berlingo is the market leader with a market share of 16.1%. Berlingo is also selling well in the commercial electric market, where it achieved a 32.6% share in its segment.
ed. Christopher Gregorczyk; photo: Citroën