Most of us are aware that the pickup truck is America’s most-loved vehicle, but we’re not sure that most people know just how much America loves pickups. Everycarlisted.com took it upon themselves to crunch the numbers and throw the results into some helpful visuals that make them easy to understand.
Everycarlisted.com did an analysis of what people are spending across the US on vehicles. The results show that trucks are more popular than cars, and that the Ford F-150 is the most popular vehicle.
Let’s break it down:
- There are 8,747,172 trucks on the road in America right now, and 7,688,144 cars.
- The F-150 is currently the most popular vehicle in 39 of the 50 states (Yep, that includes Utah).
But, which states don’t love trucks?!
Oddly, Florida prefers windowless vans to trucks, and their most popular vehicle is the Nissan Altima. We think that’s cause for them to lose their ‘Southern’ card. Are they even a real southern state?
Other than Florida being the odd duck of the south, California, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Delaware all claim a different vehicle as their state’s most popular choice.
Stop by L&L Motors to find out for yourself why America just can’t get enough of the F-150!