You probably already know that Ford’s F-150 pickup truck is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S.
But a new report from Business Insider shows that the truck doesn’t take the sales crown in every state. It really shouldn’t come as a surprise when you consider the typically Japanese-biased consumer preferences in California, or how Mainers are currently boycotting both travel and seafood until the new year (actually they prefer the Silverado).
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There are some surprises in store. For example, Michiganders voted the Ford Fusion sedan to the top with their dollars while people in Oklahoma prefer the Nissan Altima. Floridians seem to have a soft spot for well-mixed Metamucil and the Toyota Camry, probably because both offer a greater degree of dependability. Hawaiians have a hankering for the Toyota Tacoma.
Despite the fact that Ford’s well-loved pickup truck doesn’t top sales charts in every place in the Union, it still reigns supreme in 68 percent of the country.
[Source: Business Insider]
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