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Ford Transit Connect Takes 80 Percent Market Share In Q1 2022

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Ford Transit Connect sales decreased in the United States and Canada during the first quarter of 2022.

Ford Transit Connect Sales - Q1 2022 - United States

In the United States, Ford Transit Connect deliveries totaled 7,357 units in Q1 2022, a decrease of about 3 percent compared to 7,623 units sold in Q1 2021.
MODEL Q1 2022 / Q1 2021 Q1 2022 Q1 2021
TRANSIT CONNECT -3.49% 7,357 7,623

Ford Transit Connect Sales - Q1 2022 - Canada

In Canada, Ford Transit Connect deliveries totaled 306 units in Q1 2022, a decrease of about 46 percent compared to 567 units sold in Q1 2021.
MODEL Q1 2022 / Q1 2021 Q1 2022 Q1 2021
TRANSIT CONNECT -46.03% 306 567

 Competitive Sales Comparison (USA)

Ford Transit Connect sales decreased three and a half percent to 7,357 units during the first quarter of 2022, enabling the van to remain the best-selling vehicle in its segment. The Ram ProMaster City came in second with a massive decrease of 47 percent to 1,709 units. Last, the Nissan NV200 – which has already been discontinued – saw 134 deliveries.

Sales Numbers - Compact Vans - Q1 2022 - USA

MODEL Q1 22 / Q1 21 Q1 22 Q1 21 Q1 22 SHARE Q1 21 SHARE
FORD TRANSIT CONNECT -3.49% 7,357 7,623 80% 47%
RAM PROMASTER CITY -46.66% 1,709 3,204 19% 20%
NISSAN NV200 -97.58% 134 5,539 1% 34%
TOTAL -43.79% 9,200 16,366

From a segment share standpoint, the Connect posted a substantial 80 percent, up 33 percentage points from the year-ago quarter. The ProMaster saw 19 percent, down one percentage point, while the NV200 decreased 33 percentage points to one percent of the segment share.

The compact van segment contracted 44 percent to 9,200 units during Q1 2022, meaning Transit Connect sales outperformed the segment average.

The Ford Authority Take

The numbers continue to speak for themselves, as The Blue Oval’s best-selling Transit Connect swept the floor with the competition during the first quarter of 2022. It is worth noting that all the vehicles within the compact van segment were in the red. However, the Transit showcased the smallest sales decrease – even with the supply chain issues presented by the current pandemic and ongoing microchip shortage.

In addition, FoMoCo was the sole benefactor of the discontinuation of the Nissan NV200, swallowing up the market share left in Nissan’s retreat. In fact, Ford was able to enjoy all the benefits of this opportunity, even pushing into the segment share of the Ram since the ProMaster actually saw a decrease during the quarter. As such, the Transit was able to grow its already-dominant position ever further.

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  1. Ford Owner

    When will Ford produce the e-Transit Connect?

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