Dacia Sandero is the best selling car to individuals in April in France after surpassing Renault Clio and Peugeot 208.
Traditionally Renault and Peugeot share the monthly best selling cars in France for individuals, but in April there was a surprising leader. Dacia Sandero was the best selling model In France after being ordered by 5288 people, which gave the Romanian car manufacturer a market share of 5.9%. In this context, Peugeot 208 was forced to settle for second place (with 4095 units ordered), while Renault Captur was third (with 4041 units) and Renault Clio forth with 3594 new customers.
Peugeot 208 remains the most ordered car by individuals for the first four months of the year, but the performance achieved by Sandero in April, made the Dacia Sandero the second best selling car in France.
Traditionally, Peugeot 208 and Renault Clio manage to have a monthly market share of over 5% among individuals, while Dacia Sandero has around 3%, with the notable exception of April. Incidentally, it is obvious that the increase obtained by Sandero sales in the first four months of the year coincides with the decline of Clio.
But things are different with the orders by companies who still prefer the Renault Clio.