Most Viewed Car Makes by State for September

Have you ever been curious which cars and trucks are most popular in each state?  We definitely were!  Thanks to the help of our new Most Viewed Makes by State Infographic, that curiosity has been squashed!

Recently, we took a look at the most viewed vehicle makes, as well as the most viewed models, in each state across the country for the month of September.  By pulling our traffic data for each region across the country, we were able to generate a list ranking the most views for each make and model on our website.  Using this information, we created an infographic in the form a United States map with each state color-coded by its most viewed vehicle make.  The results were quite interesting.

Most Viewed Vehicle Makes by State for September 2013

Most Viewed Vehicle Makes by State for September 2013


Top Make By State

We have to hand the crown to Chevy for being the most viewed make during the month of September.  Our infographic map is dominated by Chevrolet’s illustrated color of red!  Coming in second place, as expected, is the old reliable American company of Ford.  One surprising observation we made is the absence of Jeep from our map.  Despite a very strong amount of views in each state, Jeep does not dominate any specific state as the top dog.  Many of us were stunned to find that Infiniti is on top of the mountain in both Arkansas and Delaware.  Despite the slightly surprising low amount of states where Honda and Toyota were the most popular, both companies have strong numbers in each state across the board.

Top Model By State

Obviously, certain companies have a much larger selection of models than others.  For this reason, we also generated a list of the Most Viewed Models by State for the month of September:

  • Alabama – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Alaska – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Arizona – Geo Tracker
  • Arkansas – Jeep Wrangler
  • California – Toyota Supra
  • Colorado – Ford Mustang
  • Connecticut – Mercedes Benz
  • Delaware – Rolls Royce
  • Florida – Ford Mustang
  • Georgia – Toyota Supra
  • Hawaii – Toyota MR2
  • Idaho – Jeep CJ5
  • Illinois – Toyota Supra
  • Indiana – Chevrolet Corvette
  • Iowa – Toyota Supra
  • Kansas – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Kentucky – Jeep Wrangler
  • Louisiana – Ford Mustang
  • Maine – Plymouth Road Runner
  • Maryland – Toyota Supra
  • Massachusetts – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Michigan – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Minnesota – Chevrolet Corvette
  • Mississippi – TIE: Ford Mustang & Jeep Wrangler
  • Missouri – Ford Mustang
  • Montana – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Nebraska – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Nevada – Mercedes Benz
  • New Hampshire – Mercedes Benz
  • New Jersey – Toyota Supra
  • New Mexico – Toyota Sienna
  • New York – Toyota Supra
  • North Carolina – Ford Mustang
  • North Dakota – Chevrolet Chevelle
  • Ohio – Jeep CJ7
  • Oklahoma – Ford Mustang
  • Oregon – Lexus SC430
  • Pennsylvania – Jeep Wrangler
  • Rhode Island – Mazda MX6
  • South Carolina – Ford Mustang
  • South Dakota – Dodge Ram
  • Tennessee – Chevrolet Camaro
  • Texas – Ford Mustang
  • Utah – Toyota Supra
  • Vermont – Jeep CJ5
  • Virginia – Jeep Wrangler
  • Washington – Toyota Supra
  • West Virginia – TIE: Ford Mustang & Ferrari 348
  • Wisconsin – Chevrolet Impala
  • Wyoming – Cadillac Escalade

It is intriguing to compare this list to our Most Viewed Makes infographic.  You will notice right away that the four most popular models are the Chevrolet Camaro, the Ford Mustang, the Jeep Wrangler, and the Toyota Supra.  It was exciting that two states, Mississippi and West Virginia, had results ending in a tie!

We hope that you found this information as enjoyable and informative as we did!  For dealers, we anticipate that this data can be used to develop strategies to connect with car-seeking consumers.  Feel free to share our infographic as much as you’d like!  We only ask that you provide a backlink to in the process.  We look forward to generating more useful infographics and statistics in the near future.

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