Alfa Romeo: all the 2023 figures by country, top and bottom!

You've been waiting for it! After the Alfa Romeo's 2023 figures for FranceHere's a summary of all the brand's 2023 registration figures Alfa Romeoby country! Bonus: a comparison of 2023 with 2022 and 2021, and the percentage increase (or decrease) between 2023 and 2022.

The top 5 countries remain Italy, USA, Germany, France and Spain. All these countries are reporting growth, with the exception of the USA, which has been able to order the Tonale since mid-2023 and is facing competition from its close cousin Dodge Hornet.


Alfa Romeo has therefore registered more than 68,000 cars worldwide in 2023This is the best result since 2020, but still 2 times less than 2018, when Alfa Romeo registered just over 131,000 cars.


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  1. Too bad we don't have sales by model to know whether the Tonale is selling so well or the Giulia and Stelvio, which are still in good shape. I have big doubts about the Tonale.

  2. I smile when I read Alfa Romeo's current sales figures. In the 70s to the end of the 80s, Alfa Romeo sold 300,000 units in Europe alone, and 30,000 to 40,000 in France alone.100,000 ex, Alfetta 500,000 ex and even the Alfa 33, 75 and 164 sold in retrospect 1 million ex for the 33, 400,000 for the 75 and nearly 300,000 for the 164! Even though the 147 and 156 didn't reach the sales figures of their predecessors (around 650,000 each), they did achieve respectable sales. Unfortunately, this was just a flash in the pan, and the current Giulia is far more attractive than the former 164, but it's light years ahead of the 164's sales figures!

  3. It's always good to make progress - and almost 19,000 more models is no mean feat - but I doubt that the Milano will be the best-seller we've been waiting for, but you never know...

  4. You have to relate the figures to the population. Alfa Romeo sales are higher in Belgium, Spain and Switzerland than in France.
    In the United States, I doubt that Alfa Romeo is present in every state. The Tonale isn't likely to meet with much success, given that the Dodge Hornet offers more powertrains and is much cheaper.

    • In Switzerland, the Giulia and Stelvio are a hit, but Tonales... you hardly ever see one! I must have seen 5 of them since the beginning.

  5. Stellantis and Alfa Romeo still haven't changed their minds? They still want to send Alfa Romeo into a coffin with the electric 100%, which still only represents a small share of the market?

    • Registrations given by the various official sites, hours of work. If any figures are missing, it's because I couldn't find the information. You're welcome!

  6. Aqui em Portugal, só se compra carros alemães. Os preços dos Alfa Romeo estão elevadíssimos! Um Tonale custa mais de 40 mil euros, um Giulia cerca de 60 mil. Vamos ver se o Milano não vem parecido com os KIAS ou Hyundai, espero que não. Já agora tenho um giullieta de 2019, lindo e excelente de conduzir. Tem um design único , nem se compara aos seus rivais alemães. Pena a má fama espalhada pelos revendedores que só querem vender carros alemães.

  7. I just spent 3 months in Spain. Alfa cars are extremely rare. Will Stellantis be able to restore Alfa to its former glory after so many years of neglect by Fiat? I doubt it.

  8. Morocco, where we see a lot of Stelvios, Giulias and Tonales, doesn't even feature in this table, which leads me to take this data with a grain of salt.

    • Simply because I haven't found the official registration figures for Morocco. According to the wandaloo website, Alfa Romeo registered 36 cars in November 2023. So that must represent between 200 and 400 cars over the year.

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