The new generation of Dacia Sandero launched in Europe late last year, has had a great January month in France, where the model produced in Romania ranked sixth in terms of sales. Sandero is the first non-French model in the ranking. The 3682 Dacia Sandero units sold in France represent an increase of 20.2% compared to the same period last year. Sandero took advantage of the decline of the market in France in January (-15%) to gather an excellent market share of 3%.
The first position in sales in France in January was Peugeot 208 (6890 units sold). followed by Renault Clio (6595 units) and Citroen C3 (4377 units). Just below the podium and in front of Sandero were Renault Magane and Renault Scenic.
Dacia Lodgy had a first complete month of sales in France and was ranked on 29th position with 1168 units sold. Overall, the Romanian car manufacturer owned by Renault sold 7263 cars, that represent an increase of 9.9% compared to January 2012.