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    PSA Worldwide Sales

    I found an Excel sheet on PSA's website which I think many of you will find quite interesting. It contains sales information broken down by model. Here are some interesting stats.

    In the first half of 2003...

    * 48.9% of Peugeots were diesels
    * 54.2% of CitroŽns were diesels
    * 51.1% of PSA vehicles were diesels.

    * 31,000 106s were sold.
    * 405,100 206 were sold.
    * 291,600 307s were sold.
    * 53,700 406s were sold.
    * 1,800 504s were sold.
    * 11,400 607s were sold (rumoured 11,399 to French public servants)

    C3 is selling quite well, the top selling Citroen. Xsara sales are not far behind, but they have dropped significantly over the past year (comparing 30JUN03 with 30JUN02).

    Interesting to see that the nearly identical Saxo outsells the 106 by quite a bit.

    So far this year, the top 3 selling PSA models are:

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    1. Peugeot 206
    2. Peugeot 307
    3. Citroen C3

    The historical information is quite interesting.

    Note 307 sales vs 306 sales (note the first year of full production for the 307 was 2002).

    406 sales certainly have collapsed over the past few years, I'm sure dealers can't wait to get their hands on the 407.

    After looking at XM sales, who could ever complain about 607 sales Wonder how the Vel Gaga sells?

    For more detail, click <a href="http://www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/document/faitchiffre/Worldwidesalesbymodel06031062604077.xls" target="_blank">here</a>.

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    Justin, this might sound silly, but is Renault part of the PSA group, and are all three brands under FIAT?
    I think the saxo outsells the 106 coz its simply cheaper... - chris
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    No harm in asking

    Citroen & Peugeot are part of PSA. Renault is part of a "Renault-Nissan" Group now.

    Fortunately none of them are in the hands of Fiat. Fiat is financially quite sick at the moment.

    Last time I checked, strangely enough the 106 had a lower list price than the Saxo in the UK - although Citroen does tend to have lots of sales promotions (very generous IMHO - actually in Australia, at the prestige sedan level of the market, I'd say Citroen is one of the most generous with its promotions).

    A quick check on the UK site - the 106 is no longer listed, anyone know when was it dumped from the range? Perhaps that's why sales are low? The Saxo is still around though - they are affordable cars.

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    Citroen is being positioned as an entry level brand in the UK. Citroen have been offering many cheap deals on cars over there recently, including free insurance on the Saxo VTR and now the C2.
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    TY justin,....
    Im very sure though that FIAT owns, all 3 marks, as well as Nissan, Ferrari, Maserati and several other marks...
    A very good source at Maq Bank fils me in on this, but i trust when you say other wise. - chris
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    Trust me

    Here is PSA's ownership structure as of 30JUN03.

    <img src="http://www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/document/aactionnariat/actionnariat_30_06_03_en1063805592.gif" alt=" - " />

    Renault's share ownership is <a href="http://www.renault.com/gb/finance/tout_titre_p3.htm" target="_blank">here</a>

    French State 16.56%
    Nissan Finance Co.Ltd 15.00%
    Employees 3.37%
    Treasury Stock 4.18%
    Public 60.89%

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    I worry about maq bank if one of their folk reckons Fiat owns all/part of PSA!

    Until recently, Fiat was owned by the Agnelli family, who sold a large stake to GM, GM has recently offloaded it i think though, through a special deal with Fiat creditors.

    Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Maserati have been serperated from Fiat, Lancia etc recently by the Fiat Group (car making makes up less than half of the Fiat Groups revenue).
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    Great to see the C3 being in the top 3 of the PSA group.
    Renault and jointly nissan have nothing to do with PSA and thank goodnes FIAT has nothing to do with any of us.
    On the TV in europe aparently FIAT has a massive marketing campaign to try and get them back on track again. Thank goodness they have nothing to do with french cars..... eek!

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    Thank goodness they have nothing to do with french cars.....
    They do actually - HDi diesel technology and the Sensodrive gearbox are both licensed from FIAT.

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    11,400 607s were sold (rumoured 11,399 to French public servants)
    hmmmm popular

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