Renault achieves global sales of 1,088,836 passenger cars in 2022 | Builders
Global passenger car sales have declined for the fifth year in a row
Renault brand is registered 2022 worldwide sales decreased by 1,088,836 passenger cars.
Compared to 2021 (1,318,785 cars), the worldwide sales of Renault passenger cars decreased by 17.4%.
Compared to 2021 without sales in the Russian market (1,188,002 vehicles), global sales of Renault passenger cars decreased by 8.3%.
Compared to 2020 (1,473,497 cars), the worldwide sales of Renault passenger cars decreased by 23.1%.
Compared to 2019 (1,944,934 vehicles), worldwide sales of Renault passenger cars fell by 44%, following a decline of 8.4% in 2019 and 6.2% in 2018.
Almaz brand has increased the sales volume of passenger cars for the fifth consecutive year: 1,473,4934 in 2022, 2,124,364 in 2019, 2,264,542 in 2016, 1,822,965 in 2016, 1,811,443 in 2015, 1,811,443 in 2018. 292, 1,800,999 vehicles in 2012).
In the context of supply constraints, Renault built selective sales policy based on the “value over volume” strategy.
The Renault brand explains continue growth in value-creating segments and achieve the greenest mix in the European market by 2025, with more than 65% of electrified vehicles in the sales mixetc.
Renault explains that it implements a selective sales policy that promotes growth in value-creating segments (sales to individuals and C-segment cars) and a sales policy that prioritizes profitability over sales volume.
Renault is the third electrified brand with sales of over 228,000 vehicles.
Renault is the third European brand in the electric car market.
Renault is the second brand in Europe for sales of hybrid cars.
The E-Tech range (electric and hybrid) accounts for 39% of Renault passenger car sales in Europe in 2022, with a market share of around 31%.
The Megane E-Tech electric Since the second half of 2022, 33,000 sales have been recorded in Europe
Full hybrid technology is growing rapidly with 117,000 units. The technology reaches 30% in Renault Clio, 31% in Renault Captur, 65% in Renault Arkana and the most popular version of Renault Austral.
Renault’s retail sales increased by 8 points compared to 2021 and reached 51%. Renault’s retail market share in Europe reached 6.1%.
In the C segment, Renault sales increased by 21% with more than 200,000 registrations. Renault Arkana will achieve more than 80,000 sales in 2022.
The Renault Kwid is the fourth best-selling passenger car in Latin America.
In Colombia, the Renault Duster is the best-selling car on the market.
With 326,810 commercial vehicles sold in 2022, Renault’s total sales (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) are 1,415,646 units (1,787,121 in 2021, 2,532,567 in 2018, 2,487,3309 in 2016, 2,170,644 in 2016 2118844 in 2015, 2118844 in 2014, 2131490 in 2013.
Fabrice Cambolive, chief operating officer of the Renault brand, explains: “The teams have achieved our priorities in 2022: growth in the electrified market, the C-segment and the retail market. Our E-Tech range perfectly meets customer expectations and positions us as the third brand in Europe in the electrified market. “
It’s down for the fifth year in a row. The commercial results of the Renault brand are very worrying.
Diamond brand sales were affected by supply constraints in 2022 and the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021 and 2020, but they were already down in 2019 and 2018.
Let’s not forget that Renault sells Renault-branded Dacia cars under its own brand outside the European market.
Finally, if we include the Renault rebadged Dacias, the Renault brand has fallen below the threshold of one million private cars per year worldwide.