What’s Florida’s Most Popular Vehicle? We Rank New Car Sales By State


Florida new car buyers prefer the Toyota Rav4, but Pickup Trucks Dominated Across the Country in 2021

Look at all those F-150s! Pickup trucks have dominated vehicle sales in the American market. The Ford F-150 has been America’s best-selling new vehicle for an astounding 40 years, and three additional pickup trucks are also among the top 10 best sellers. Pickup trucks are also popular with used car buyers, with pickups accounting for the top three best-selling used vehicles. A quick scan reveals, in general, that most city drivers prefer SUVs and 4-doors, while outside the city limits and in rural states, it’s big-time pickup country.

While pickup trucks dominate sales across the country, Florida’s favorite vehicle is a Toyota. So how do pickups rank against SUVs and crossovers in individual states? This data is based on a survey of more than 17.4 million vehicle sales of new cars by state for 2021.

State Most Popular New Car % Share of Total State New Car Sales
Alabama Toyota Camry 5.4%
Alaska Ram Pickup 1500 7.0%
Arizona Ram Pickup 1500 3.1%
Arkansas GMC Sierra 1500 5.4%
California Honda Civic 3.9%
Colorado Ford F-150 4.1%
Connecticut Honda CR-V 3.2%
Delaware Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2.8%
Florida Toyota RAV4 3.3%
Georgia Ford F-150 4.3%
Hawaii Nissan Frontier 4.1%
Idaho Ford F-150 6.7%
Illinois Hyundai Tucson 2.5%
Indiana Chevrolet Silverado 1500 3.2%
Iowa Ford F-150 4.7%
Kansas Ford F-150 5.1%
Kentucky Ram Pickup 1500 4.2%
Louisiana Ford F-150 5.2%
Maine Ford F-150 6.0%
Maryland Honda CR-V 3.1%
Massachusetts Toyota RAV4 3.2%
Michigan Ram Pickup 1500 4.7%
Minnesota Ford F-150 4.6%
Mississippi Ford F-150 4.9%
Missouri Chevrolet Silverado 1500 3.8%
Montana Ford F-150 7.7%
Nebraska Ford F-150 5.0%
Nevada Ram Pickup 1500 2.8%
New Hampshire Toyota Tacoma 2.9%
New Jersey Honda CR-V 2.9%
New Mexico Ford F-150 4.6%
New York Honda CR-V 2.6%
North Carolina Toyota Camry 3.2%
North Dakota Ford F-150 6.4%
Ohio Ram Pickup 1500 4.1%
Oklahoma Ford F-150 5.5%
Oregon Toyota Tacoma 3.0%
Pennsylvania Honda CR-V 3.1%
Rhode Island Toyota Highlander 4.1%
South Carolina Toyota RAV4 3.5%
South Dakota Ford F-150 6.8%
Tennessee Ford F-150 3.3%
Texas Ford F-150 5.5%
Utah Ford F-150 4.6%
Vermont Subaru Crosstrek 4.9%
Virginia Honda CR-V 2.7%
Washington Toyota Tacoma 2.8%
West Virginia Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4.3%
Wisconsin Ford F-150 5.2%
Wyoming Ford F-150 6.3%


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