Fact #821: May 19, 2014 Best Selling Vehicle by State, 2013

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The map above shows the best-selling models by state for 2013. The Ford F-Series pickup truck, shown in blue, dominates the map. An F-150 has a combined city/highway Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fuel economy rating of 13 to 19 miles per gallon (mpg) depending on the model selected. Of the 15 states that did not have the F-Series as their top selling model, four states did have a pickup truck as the top model. Nine states had a sedan as the top selling model; of those, California’s top seller, the Honda Civic, had the highest combined fuel economy range (25 to 32 mpg). Two states, Connecticut and Massachusetts, had a sport utility vehicle as the top selling model with a combined fuel economy range of 25 to 26 mpg. Overall, the Eastern third of the United States had the greatest variation for the top selling model in 2013.

 

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2013 Best Selling Vehicle by State
State 2013 Top
Selling Vehicle
2013 EPA Combined
Fuel Economy
Alabama Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Alaska Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Arizona Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Arkansas Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
California Honda Civic 25-32 mpg
Colorado Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Connecticut Honda CR-V 25-26 mpg
Delaware Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
District of Columbia Toyota Corolla 29-30 mpg
Florida Toyota Camry 25-28 mpg
Georgia Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Hawaii Toyota Tacoma 17-23 mpg
Idaho Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Illinois Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Indiana Chevy Silverado 14-18 mpg
Iowa Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Kansas Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Kentucky Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Louisiana Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Maine Chevy Silverado 14-18 mpg
Maryland Toyota Camry 25-28 mpg
Massachusetts Honda CR-V 25-26 mpg
Michigan Ford Fusion 25-29 mpg
Minnesota Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Mississippi Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Missouri Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Montana Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Nebraska Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Nevada Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
New Hampshire Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
New Jersey Honda Accord 22-30 mpg
New Mexico Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
New York Honda Accord 22-30 mpg
North Carolina Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
North Dakota Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Ohio Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Oklahoma Nissan Altima 25-31 mpg
Oregon Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Pennsylvania Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Rhode Island Honda Accord 22-30 mpg
South Carolina Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
South Dakota Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Tennessee Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Texas Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Utah Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Vermont GMC Sierra 14-18 mpg
Virginia Honda Accord 22-30 mpg
Washington Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
West Virginia Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Wisconsin Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Wyoming Ford F-Series 13-19 mpg
Note: Combined fuel economy range shown is the lowest and highest combined mpg for each gasoline-only model configuration.
Source: A. Davies and M. Nudelman, Business Insider, "The Best-Selling Car In Every State" published November 20, 2013, accessed on February 20, 2014.

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