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.

Scroll

See What Your State Drives

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

Hybrid Vehicle Sales

Nationwide Rankings by State

Percentage of Total State Sales in 2018
  • No. 1 Washington 4.29%
  • No. 5 Virginia 2.44%
  • No. 51 North Dakota 0.67%
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018. See State
Rankings

Hybrid Vehicle Sales Ranked by State

RankStateHybrid Vehicle Sales
1Washington4.29%
2California3.94%
3District Of Columbia3.87%
4Oregon3.57%
5Virginia2.44%
6Maryland2.37%
7Illinois2.25%
8Idaho2.11%
9Colorado2.11%
10New Mexico2.10%
11Nevada2.04%
12Utah2.04%
13Vermont2.04%
14Missouri2.00%
15Minnesota1.98%
16Massachusetts1.97%
17Kansas1.95%
18Wisconsin1.93%
19Arizona1.93%
20Delaware1.88%
21Maine1.86%
22Indiana1.78%
23Hawaii1.78%
24Iowa1.76%
25Connecticut1.73%
26North Carolina1.72%
27Pennsylvania1.65%
28New Hampshire1.61%
29Oklahoma1.60%
30Kentucky1.60%
31Rhode Island1.54%
32Ohio1.49%
33Nebraska1.49%
34Tennessee1.48%
35Alaska1.46%
36New York1.42%
37Georgia1.42%
38Florida1.38%
39South Carolina1.33%
40New Jersey1.30%
41Montana1.28%
42South Dakota1.20%
43West Virginia1.19%
44Texas1.17%
45Arkansas1.17%
46Michigan1.12%
47Alabama1.03%
48Wyoming0.96%
49Mississippi0.89%
50Louisiana0.72%
51North Dakota0.67%

Top Selling Vehicles by Body Style in Congressional Districts: 2018

Want more auto data for your state or congressional district?

See the Data