What Consumers Drive... Drives the Auto Industry

Our customers use their vehicles in many diverse ways — for business, with family, and in the pursuit of fun. With so many different consumer needs, automakers must offer a wide range of vehicle choices to fit every lifestyle.

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Every state is different. Choose your location and see the 2018 sales data for different classes and types of vehicles.

Average Age of Vehicle

Nationwide Rankings by Congressional District

  • No. 1 MT, At Large 16.3
  • No. 182 CA, District 23 11.8
  • No. 436 OK, District 1 6.3
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018. See State
Rankings

Average Age of Vehicle Ranked by State

RankStateAverage Age of Vehicle
1Montana16.3
2Idaho14.5
3Wyoming14.1
4Alabama13.9
5Washington13.8
6Alaska13.8
7Oregon13.7
8Mississippi13.7
9Nebraska13.7
10Kansas13.7
11South Dakota13.6
12New Mexico13.1
13Kentucky13.0
14District Of Columbia13.0
15Arkansas12.9
16Iowa12.9
17South Carolina12.9
18North Dakota12.8
19Colorado12.8
20Tennessee12.7
21West Virginia12.4
22Indiana12.4
23Arizona12.3
24Missouri12.2
25Utah12.1
26Virginia12.1
27Georgia12.0
28North Carolina12.0
29Minnesota11.8
30Pennsylvania11.8
31Hawaii11.7
32Nevada11.6
33Ohio11.6
34Wisconsin11.5
35Louisiana11.3
36California11.2
37Maine11.2
38Connecticut11.1
39Rhode Island10.9
40Maryland10.9
41Illinois10.8
42Delaware10.8
43Michigan10.7
44Florida10.6
45Texas10.2
46Oklahoma10.1
47New Jersey10.1
48New Hampshire9.9
49Massachusetts9.8
50New York9.8
51Vermont9.7

Top Selling Vehicles by Body Style in Congressional Districts: 2018

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