Business Insider/Sam Vidal The numbers show that the most common industry segment for Enterprise sales in the U.S. is the truck business, accounting for 42% of all sales in 2015.
The most common segment for enterprise leasing is small-car sales, accounting the next largest segment at 13%.
But Enterprise sales are also on the rise in many other sectors, including hotels, transportation, and health care.
In fact, Enterprise sales increased from 5.6% of total sales in 2016 to 6.7% in 2017.
This year Enterprise sales grew even more, reaching 5.7%, up from 5% in 2016.
In the past, enterprise sales have been a relatively small portion of overall U.s. commerce, but the number of business transactions involving Enterprise vehicles has grown dramatically in the past decade.
Enterprise vehicle sales reached $7.9 billion in 2016, up from $3.6 billion in 2015 and $1.7 billion in 2014.
The increase in Enterprise sales was mostly driven by demand for Enterprise vehicles for commercial, industrial, and residential use.
Enterprise sales accounted for nearly half of all business transactions in 2016 and are expected to continue growing in 2017 and 2018, according to the National Association of Realtors.
This year Enterprise vehicle leasing was up from 2.9% in 2015, with Enterprise sales rising by 8.5%.
But there is an increasing demand for commercial vehicles.
Enterprise leasing accounted for 15.7 million transactions in the first half of 2017, up 8.1% from the same period last year.
The industry also saw an increase in the number and types of leases issued by companies like GM and Chrysler.
Enterprise business has also seen an uptick in sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles, with a 17% increase in sales for the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same quarter last year, according the National Automobile Dealers Association.