Some people think the type of vehicle you drive represents the kind of person you are.
If you’re a truck person, maybe you’re going for the rugged look, or if you have a convertible maybe you’re all about that “care-free” vibe.
As you can see, middle America loves their Ford F-Series, the Great Lakes region loves the Chevy Silverado and the East Coast seems to be all over the place:
As you can see, most Americans are representing their nation by sticking to American manufacturing companies such as Ford, Chevy, and Dodge.
One interesting thing to note about all the brands listed on this map is that all the manufacturers on the list (minus Subaru) have raced in NASCAR.
One criteria for a company to race in NASCAR is that there must be a manufacturing station within the states.
Sorry Subaru, for now you will have to stick to doing heartwarming family commercials.
Now that you know which are the most popular cars in the U.S, now lets take a look at the most popular cars sold in 2014.