PARIS -- French new-car registrations fell 4 percent in October to 155,202 after sales at domestic automakers Renault and PSA Group both dropped, the CCFA industry association said.
Renault's sales declined by 9.2 percent last month, while PSA's registrations fell 5.8 percent. Renault's sister company Nissan saw its volume fall 18 percent.
Sales rose slightly at 0.5 percent adjusted for one less selling day last month compared with October last year, the CCFA said.
Fiat Chrysler sales rose by 11 percent, boosted by a 9.6 gain in Fiat brand sales and 10 percent rise at Jeep. Volkswagen brand's volume was up 4.7 percent while Toyota brand sales increased by 2.7 percent.
Ford's sales fell 6.1 percent and Opel's volume was down by the same amount.
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Total market sales are up 4.7 percent to 1.66 million over 10 months.
Automotive News Europe contributed to this report