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France October 2010: DS3 in Top 10!

-18% for the French car market in October at 171,449 registrations, and 16 of the 20 best selling models see their sales drop over last year.

The biggest event this month is the incredible arrival of the Citroen DS3 in the Top 10. 15th in September, the premium mini lands in 10th with 3,962 registrations and a glowing 2.3% of the market! C3+DS3 sales reach 9,733, ahead of the Peugeot 207! Pictured below is the DS3 World Rally Car, that Sebastien Loeb will drive in 2011.

The Renault Clio III is #1 in France for the 2nd consecutive month, and its lead over the Peugeot 207 is such that it is now only 127 sales behind the 207 in the year-to-date rankings. The end of the year will be a close fight between the two models.

The Peugeot 3008 continues its formidable career in 8th at 2.6%, ahead of the VW Polo, best foreigner anew at 2.5%. There are only 4 foreign cars in the Top 20.

Full Top 50 ranking table below.

Pos Modele Oct % Sep 2010 % Pos
1 Renault Clio 10,114 5.9% 1 103,302 5.7% 2
2 Peugeot 207 8,907 5.2% 2 103,429 5.7% 1
3 Renault Scénic 6,827 4.0% 4 61,661 3.4% 5
4 Renault Twingo 6,634 3.9% 3 74,486 4.1% 3
5 Renault Mégane 6,205 3.6% 5 64,275 3.5% 4
6 Citroen C3 5,884 3.4% 7 58,629 3.2% 7
7 Peugeot 308 4,488 2.6% 6 52,290 2.9% 8
8 Peugeot 3008 4,400 2.6% 9 41,258 2.3% 11
9 VW Polo 4,245 2.5% 14 39,993 2.2% 12
10 Citroen DS3 3,962 2.3% 15 20,396 1.1% 25
11 Citroen C4 Picasso 3,805 2.2% 11 43,173 2.4% 9
12 Ford Fiesta 3,753 2.2% 12 37,846 2.1% 13
13 Peugeot 206+ 3,298 1.9% 8 42,846 2.3% 10
14 VW Golf 3,018 1.8% 10 35,451 1.9% 14
15 Dacia Sandero 2,919 1.7% 18 59,052 3.2% 6
16 Citroen C4 2,708 1.6% 24 21,011 1.2% 24
17 Opel Corsa 2,380 1.4% 13 27,690 1.5% 16
18 Citroen C1 2,285 1.3% 20 26,154 1.4% 18
19 Renault Clio Campus 2,258 1.3% 21 30,143 1.7% 15
20 Peugeot 107 2,230 1.3% 16 25,349 1.4% 19
21 Nissan Qashqai 2,121 1.2% 19 20,321 1.1% 26
22 Renault Modus 1,944 1.1% 17 22,717 1.2% 22
23 Citroen C3 Picasso 1,925 1.1% 23 26,336 1.4% 17
24 Citroen C3 Classic 1,922 1.1% 27 22,467 1.2% 23
25 Citroen C5 1,884 1.1% 22 24,185 1.3% 20
26 Peugeot 5008 1,884 1.1% 25 23,014 1.3% 21
27 Dacia Duster 1,871 1.1% 29 12,979 0.7% 37
28 Fiat 500 1,764 1.0% 26 18,135 1.0% 28
29 Toyota Yaris 1,603 0.9% 32 14,774 0.8% 32
30 Fiat Panda 1,584 0.9% 28 17,342 0.9% 29
31 Seat Ibiza 1,508 0.9% 39 14,615 0.8% 33
32 Fiat Grande Punto 1,397 0.8% 30 17,117 0.9% 30
33 Mini 1,381 0.8% 37 13,417 0.7% 36
34 Ford C-Max 1,361 0.8% 40 13,478 0.7% 35
35 Renault Laguna 1,318 0.8% 31 18,153 1.0% 27
36 Peugeot 407 1,301 0.8% 45 9,973 0.5% 47
37 VW Tiguan 1,299 0.8% 35 10,872 0.6% 41
38 BMW Serie 3 1,282 0.7% 44 12,208 0.7% 39
39 VW Touran 1,224 0.7% 46 9,868 0.5% 48
40 Suzuki Swift 1,082 0.6% 34 8,984 0.5% 50
41 BMW Serie 1 1,072 0.6% n/a 10,709 0.6% 43
42 Toyota Auris 1,067 0.6% n/a n/a n/a n/a
43 Audi A3 1,055 0.6% n/a 12,636 0.7% 38
44 Opel Meriva 907 0.5% 36 10,601 0.6% 44
45 Mercedes Classe C 901 0.5% n/a 8,619 0.5% 52
46 Opel Astra 880 0.5% 33 14,101 0.8% 34
47 Chevrolet Spark 867 0.5% n/a n/a n/a n/a
48 VW Passat 865 0.5% 42 10,838 0.6% 42
49 Mercedes Classe A 858 0.5% 43 8,612 0.5% 53
50 Dacia Logan 856 0.5% n/a 14,834 0.8% 31
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