Ford F-150 Is America’s Most Popular Vehicle

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The Ford F-150 is America’s best selling vehicle, but how do specific states feel about the iconic American pickup truck?

Most folks know that the F-150 isn’t just America’s best selling truck, but also America’s most purchased vehicle for passenger and commercial applications. Because of that, normal end-of-month sales figures don’t always tell the real story of who’s actually buying the F-150?

While businesses and companies order tens of thousands of work F-150s every month, are Average Joes really that in love with the F-150? According to a new research based on Kelley Blue Book data, the F-150 is the most popular vehicle with regular consumers in 22 out of 50 states in the US. Now, it’s worth noting this data only reflects vehicle registrations per state for 2016, as 2017 hasn’t come to a close yet.


Quite surprisingly, the Silverado/Sierra was the only other half-ton pickup truck to be noted as popular in other states. In case you’re curious, the Chevy truck only took home seven out of 50 states according to CNBC. Among other popular choices were the Honda Civic and Toyota Camry and Corolla.

As we previously reported, Ford Motor Company has a sales goal of one million Ford F-series for 2017, and it looks like they might just make it.

What’s the most popular vehicle in your state?

  • Alaska: F-150
  • Alabama: F-150
  • Arkansas: Sierra 1500
  • California: Civic
  • Colorado: Outback
  • Connecticut: Rogue
  • Washington, D.C.: Civic
  • Delaware: Silverado 1500
  • Florida: Corolla
  • Georgia: F-150
  • Hawaii: Tacoma
  • Iowa: Silverado 1500
  • Idaho: F-150
  • Illinois: CR-V
  • Indiana: Silverado 1500
  • Kansas: F-150
  • Kentucky: F-150
  • Louisiana: F-150
  • Massachusetts: RAV4
  • Maryland: CR-V
  • Maine: Silverado 1500
  • Michigan: Escape
  • Minnesota: F-150
  • Missouri: F-150
  • Mississippi: F150
  • Montana: F-150
  • North Carolina: Accord
  • North Dakota: F-150
  • Nebraska: F-150
  • New Hampshire: Silverado 1500
  • New Jersey: CR-V
  • New Mexico: F-150
  • Nevada: RAV4
  • New York: Rogue
  • Ohio: Civic
  • Oklahoma: F-150
  • Oregon: Outback
  • Pennsylvania: CR-V
  • Puerto Rico: Yaris
  • Rhode Island: RAV4
  • South Carolina: F-150
  • South Dakota: F-150
  • Tennessee: F-150
  • Texas: F-150
  • Utah: F-150
  • Virginia: CR-V
  • Vermont: RAV4
  • Washington: Outback
  • Wisconsin: Silverado 1500
  • West Virginia: Silverado 1500
  • Wyoming: F-150

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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