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.

Light Trucks (Pickups, SUVs, CUVs, & Vans Combined)

Nationwide Rankings by State

Percentage of Total State Sales in 2018
  • No. 1 North Dakota 87.59%
  • No. 15 Colorado 76.68%
  • No. 51 California 54.27%
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018. See State
Rankings

Light Trucks (Pickups, SUVs, CUVs, & Vans Combined) Ranked by State

Rank State Light Trucks (Pickups, SUVs, CUVs, & Vans Combined)
1 North Dakota 87.59%
2 Wyoming 86.81%
3 South Dakota 85.32%
4 Michigan 83.59%
5 Montana 83.51%
6 Idaho 81.33%
7 Alaska 80.43%
8 Maine 80.36%
9 Iowa 79.55%
10 Vermont 79.10%
11 Nebraska 79.08%
12 Minnesota 78.83%
13 Wisconsin 78.07%
14 West Virginia 77.88%
15 Colorado 76.68%
16 Arkansas 75.28%
17 Utah 75.14%
18 New Hampshire 75.07%
19 Indiana 74.40%
20 Kansas 74.12%
21 Missouri 72.89%
22 Pennsylvania 72.87%
23 Oregon 72.49%
24 New York 72.25%
25 Massachusetts 71.44%
26 Kentucky 71.41%
27 Louisiana 71.24%
28 Ohio 70.66%
29 Texas 70.25%
30 Illinois 69.85%
31 Connecticut 69.43%
32 Rhode Island 69.35%
33 Washington 69.33%
34 New Mexico 69.02%
35 Mississippi 68.94%
36 South Carolina 68.90%
37 Delaware 68.77%
38 Alabama 68.21%
39 Arizona 68.17%
40 Tennessee 68.17%
41 North Carolina 66.73%
42 New Jersey 66.43%
43 Oklahoma 66.22%
44 Virginia 65.47%
45 Georgia 64.83%
46 Maryland 64.78%
47 Hawaii 64.48%
48 Nevada 63.20%
49 Florida 61.49%
50 District Of Columbia 55.82%
51 California 54.27%

Top Selling Vehicles by Body Style in Congressional Districts: 2018

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