Top-selling Clio leads small cars to lion’s share of market.
PARIS – Double-digit improvements by Renault, Peugeot, Citroen and Dacia carried the French market for passenger cars to a 7.7% sales gain in March, while all non-French brands were down 0.5%. According to the CCFA industry association of automakers, Dacia car sales rose 52.7%, Peugeot was up 16.4%, Citroen 13.5% and Renault 14.0%. All the non-French groups lost market share during March, although the Lexus and Opel brands gained with double-digit advances of 35.5% and 17.4% ...
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