Ford Transit sales climbed into five-digit territory for a sixth consecutive month while Ford also reported a one-fifth increase in E-Series volume and a modest Transit Connect increase. 55% of the commercial vans sold in America in the first seven months of 2016 were Fords.
Chevrolet’s Nissan NV200 copy, the City Express, was the main drag on the commercial van sector in July, though GM’s full-size vans slid by 698 units, as well.
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Nissan’s duo both reported minor decreases.
Mercedes-Benz Metris sales slid to the lowest level since Metris volume began appearing on sales reports in March.
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