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Tennessee Congressional District 4

Industry Impact

  • 35,600 35,600 Total Auto Jobs in Congressional District
  • 9.2% 9.2% of Congressional District Workforce
  • $2.72B $2.72 Billion Labor Income
  • $873.59M $873.59 Million in Total 2018 Car Sales
  • 27,555 27,555 Total New Car Sales
Multi-industry contribution analysis of the economic impact of automotive manufacturing, selling, repairing, renting, and additional maintenance modeled using IMPLAN economic analysis data software, 2017 data year; compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit, sales figures represent new vehicle registrations between January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018.

Tax Revenue

  • $258.87M $258.87 Million in Total State Tax Revenue from Congressional District
  • $61M $61 Million in Corporate Profits Tax
  • $2M $2 Million State Income Taxes
Multi-industry contribution analysis of the economic impact of automotive manufacturing, selling, repairing, renting, and additional maintenance modeled using IMPLAN economic analysis data software, 2017 data year.

Registrations

740,641 Registered Vehicles

By Body Style

  • Cars 302,800 (40.88%)
  • CUVs 112,068 (15.13%)
  • SUVs 90,757 (12.25%)
  • Pickups 196,840 (26.58%)
  • Vans/Minivans 38,177 (5.15%)

By Powertrain

  • Gas 712,220 (96.16%)
  • Diesel 21,595 (2.92%)
  • Hybrid 6,225 (0.84%)
  • Electric 347 (0.05%)
  • Plug-In Hybrid 256 (0.03%)
In District 4, the average age of vehicles is 13.1 years.
The national average age of vehicles is 11.6 years.
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018.

New Purchases

27,555 Vehicles Sold

By Body Style

  • Cars 8,581 (31.14%)
  • CUVs 8,849 (32.11%)
  • SUVs 2,529 (9.18%)
  • Pickups 6,555 (23.79%)
  • Vans/Minivans 1,041 (3.78%)

By Powertrain

  • Gas 26,056 (94.56%)
  • Diesel 981 (3.56%)
  • Hybrid 403 (1.46%)
  • Electric 76 (0.28%)
  • Plug-In Hybrid 40 (0.14%)
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit as of December 31, 2018.

Auto-Related Activity at Ports

Economic Activity From Past Decade

  • N/A Total Imports
  • N/A Total Exports

Economic Activity From 2018

  • N/A Total Imports
  • N/A Total Exports
Compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by USA Trade Online, figures represent port activity over the past decade and between January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018.

Fueling

  • Gasoline Stations 482
  • Electric Charging Stations 38
  • Biodiesel Stations 0
  • Compressed Natural Gas Stations 1
  • Hydrogen Stations 0
  • Liquefied Natural Gas Stations 0
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Stations 6
Compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuels Data Center, figures represent fueling stations as of April 9, 2019.

District 4 Consumers

  • $31,703 $31,703 Average MSRP Per New Car
  • $56,304 $56,304 Median Household Income
  • $4,692 $4,692 Median Monthly Household Income
  • $483 $483 Median Monthly New Car Payment
  • 10% 10% Monthly Car Payment as a Percent of Monthly Income

Commuting to Work

  • Drive alone to work (85%)
  • Carpool to work (8%)
  • Take public transportation (0%)
  • Other (7%)
Figures compiled by Auto Alliance with data provided by IHS Markit, U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey 2017 and Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Median Monthly New Car Payment computed for a 60-month loan based on MSRP with 20% down and an APR of 5.36%.

Automaker Facilities In District 4

General Motors

LocationEmployees
GM Assembly, Stamping and Powertrain- Spring HillSpring Hill 2,925

Mercedes-Benz/Daimler

LocationEmployees
SelecTrucks - Mt. PleasantMt. Pleasant 2

Nissan North America Inc

LocationEmployees
Smyrna 8,400

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