Commercial Van Sales Figures In America - June 2013 YTD

USA commercial van sales chart June 2013
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American contractors and people haulers registered 3210 more commercial vans in June 2013 than in June 2012, an 11% increase. 

The Ford E-Series and Transit Connect combined to own 52% of the market. General Motors grabbed a full third, leaving just 4775 sales, or 15% of the commercial van market, for Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler, and Nissan. Only two vans, the E-Series and Savana, have sold less often this year than last. Only two vans, the Savana and Sprinter, posted lower volumes this June than last.


You can click any model name in the tables below to find historical monthly and yearly U.S. sales data. You can also select a make and model at GCBC's Sales Stats page. These tables are now sortable, so you can rank commercial vans any which way you like. Suggestions on how GCBC should break down segments can be passed on through the Contact page.

Click Column Headers To Sort - June 2014July 2013May 2013 - June 2012
Van
June 
2013
%
Change
Year 
To 
Date
YTD

Change
8868
+ 9.4% 40,602 + 7.4%
13,180
+ 8.9% 65,963 - 1.9%
3532
+ 31.2% 20,446 + 20.6%
1890
- 10.2% 8210 - 31.9%
1966
- 8.1% 9483 + 2.2%
1025
+ 36.5% 6173 + 26.4%
493
----- 1081 -----
1291
+ 13.1% 4743 + 37.8%
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Total
32,245
+ 11.1%156,701+ 3.3%
Source: Manufacturers

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