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USA 8 months 2013 by State: Ford F-Series #1 in 35 States!

Toyota Tacoma USA August 2013. Picture courtesy of mototrend.comThe Toyota Tacoma is #1 in Hawaii.

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Finally! Thanks to Business Insider I can share with you the best-selling models in each State of the USA during the January-August 2013 period. They are all summarised in one nicely done infographic below. The surprises? The overwhelming strength of the Ford F-Series, #1 in 35 States...

Chevrolet Silverado USA August 2013. Picture courtesy of caranddriver.comThe Chevrolet Silverado is #1 in Maine and Indiana.

... the Honda Civic #1 in California, Toyota Camry #1 in Florida and Maryland, Ford Fusion #1 in Michigan, Chevrolet Silverado #1 in Maine and Indiana, and most surprising of all: the Toyota Tacoma #1 in Hawaii...

Top selling car by state2. Picture courtesy of Business Insider

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  1. December 4th, 2013 at 08:15 | #1

    @Kurtbinh

    Only in the US and Canada. Outside the US, Toyota is the king of the pick-ups.

  2. December 4th, 2013 at 06:25 | #2

    Ford and Chevrolet are the King of pick up car in the world

  3. David
    December 3rd, 2013 at 23:27 | #3

    @Paul

    How so? Out of those 11 vehicles, only 6 are even available in Australia. The Civic and Corolla are only about 20% more expensive in Australia, while the mid-size sedans like Accord, Camry, and Altima are about 35% more, on average. However, purchase price is only part of the equation. Resale values are higher here in Australia meaning you get more money back when you sell a car. Also, the models here are usually equipped with more standard features compared to the base US models.

  4. Paul
    December 3rd, 2013 at 22:12 | #4

    Taking into account the exchange rates, those prices really illustrate just how much we get touched up with prices, taxes etc in Australia.

  5. David
    December 3rd, 2013 at 02:59 | #5

    Hmm, Toyota Camry being no. 1 seller in Florida makes sense due to the number of retirees, but why Marlyand? Why is the Altima no. 1 in Oklahoma of all places? You’d think pickups would be popular there. Most of the rest is pretty logical.

  6. December 3rd, 2013 at 02:06 | #6

    Very interesting info. Ford F-Series really rules the USA.

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