France’s best-selling cars ranking in 2021 sees the Renault Clio on top, followed by Peugeot 208 and the Dacia Sandero. The Toyota Yaris, the Dacia Duster and the Renault Mégane enter the leaderboard.
In 2021, the Renault Clio maintains leadership with 85,247 sales (5.2% share), followed by the Peugeot 208 with 78,881 sales, holding 4.8% share.
The third place was taken by the Dacia Sandero -up 3 spots-, selling 77,051 units holding 4.7% share, followed by the Peugeot 2008 -down 1 spot- with 72,694 sales (4.4% share), and the Citroen C3 -down 1 spot- with 65,394 (4% market share), and the Renault Captur -down 1 spot- with 52,596 sales (3.2% share).
In seventh place, we find the Peugeot 3008 with 50,468 units sold (3.1% share), followed by the Toyota Yaris –up 3 spots– with 32,299 (2% share), the Dacia Duster -up 3 spots- with 31,058 sales (1.9% share), and finally the Renault Mégane -up 4 spots- with 27,952 (1.7% share).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for the Top 50 models.