Commercial vans, some of which might be used to ferry passengers around, found 1722 buyers in January 2013. There was a great deal of parity in the market. Of the top five vans in the seven-van segment, none managed more than 24% market share; none worse than 12.3%. Only the Nissan NV and Ram Cargo Van existed as low-volume players.
NV sales rose 44% to 88. Ram C/V sales fell 90% from 475 (in its best month so far) to just 50 units in January 2013. The class-leading Ford E-Series was up 3%. Ford’s other commercial-oriented van, the Transit Connect, posted a 184% improvement.
Click model names in the table below to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures or make a selection at GCBC’s Sales Stats page. Before long we’ll also be seeing sales figures for Nissan’s NV200 and a Doblo-derived Ram.