Full-Size Vans in the U.S. Report 2019

Statista Mobility Market Outlook - Segment Report

Full-Size Vans in the U.S. Report 2019 Full-size Vans accounted for 0.8% of the worldwide market revenue in 2018. This is a 6.3% growth compared to market share in 2013.The best-performing make in the Full-size Vans segment in 2018 was Ford (revenue of US$6.5 billion), followed by Chevrolet (US$ 2.3billion) and Ram (US$1.2 billion).

What's included?

  • Market and make overview and key facts
  • Performance analysis and comparison by regions
  • Performance analysis and comparison by key makes
  • Comparison of market and make growth and average prices


Full-Size Vans statistics are exclusive to the United States market. There, they are protected by the so-called “chicken tax” which exempts them from strict CO2 emission regulations on one hand and on the other, make them more commercially available for the general public.

The Full-Size Vans Market includes vehicles for transportation of goods and people, excluding minivans. Sales of vans for all uses (e.g. ambulance, post-services vans, etc.) are included.

  • European Car Segment: M (Multipurpose Cars)
  • U.S. Car Segment: Cargo/Passenger Vans
  • Chinese Car Segment: Multi-Purpose Vehicles
  • Also known as: Minibuses, People movers

Vans developed alongside cars, originally just a small modification to already existing models (e.g. panel vans), but soon after developed into their own class as the necessity for an inexpensive and steadfast transport rose.

Example Models: Chevrolet Express, Ford Transit, Ford E-series, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Nissan NV200, GMC Savana, RAM Promaster.

  • Language: English
  • Released: September 2019
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