60% of the 19,876 commercial vans sold in the United States in September 2012 were Fords. Of FoMoCo’s 11,965 E-Series/Transit Connect sales, 75% were of the larger E-Series variety.
General Motors’ two vans combined to hold 25% market share, down from 34% in August. Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Chrysler – via the Ram Cargo Van – accounted for 15% of the commercial/cargo/personnel carrier vans sold in America last month.
In total, these seven vans were responsible for 1.7% of the overall new vehicle market. That’s down from 1.9% in August and down from 2.1% in September of last year. Blame the Chevrolet Express. Year-over-year volume slid 49%, or 3675 units.
Historical monthly and yearly sales results for 282 different vehicles can be accessed through the first dropdown menu at GCBC’s Sales Stats home or, for non-mobile users, near the top right of this page. Click any model from the tables below to go directly to its own specific sales results page. You can also click the accompanying chart to see vans ranked by September 2012 volume.