Mercedes-Benz Vans increased its deliveries by 4% in 2022, compared to the previous year. As for electric commercial vehicles, the German manufacturer recorded +15% on a global scale. “In 2022, despite ongoing global challenges in the areas of parts supply and logistics, 411,000 units were handed over to customers worldwide, 4% more vans with the three-pointed star, of which around 14,700 were eVans (+15%)”, wrote Mercedes-Benz Vans.
In North America, the most important foreign region for the Group, sales increased by one fifth last year to 73,800 Sprinter and Metris (Vito) and market shares were expanded. The USA showed the strongest growth here with +20%. In the home market Germany 113,200 vans were delivered (+15%).
Mercedes-Benz Vans: delivery figures into details
In future, all newly developed private vans will follow the Mercedes-Benz Luxury positioning and all commercial vans will follow the Mercedes-Benz Vans Premium positioning. From January to December 2022, 66,400 privately positioned vans of the V-Class, EQV and T-Class models were sold (+9%), sales of the commercially positioned vans (e)Sprinter, (e)Vito, (e)Vito Tourer and Citan were also higher than in the
previous year (+3%) at 344,600 vans. Recently, Mercedes-Benz Vans reorganized its global production network.
“Our aim is to offer the most desirable vans and services”, said Klaus Rehkluger, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans Sales and Marketing. “We are pleased that we were able to convince both our fleet customers and our numerous individual customers with our products. Last year, despite ongoing challenges, we delivered more than 400,000 vans and eVans”.