It is true that crossovers occupy the road but there are many that do not dominate any particular model. With that in mind, we wonder what the most common car you see in your area. Are all the stereotypes about different places correct or do you know the real truth about your city or town?
For example, I’ve lived in Colorado for about 15 years, and I want to tell you first that all the stereotypes about Subaru and Colorado are completely correct. You can’t go more than five minutes without keeping an eye on a legacy, an outback, a Forrester and two WRX.
Now that I’m in Arkansas the automotive scene has changed dramatically. There are so many Dodge Chargers out there that it’s a bit silly but they’re more than just Dodge Challengers. My wife and I used to joke about how many there were and the saddest thing is that they are almost all V6 models. It seems that the people of the south are more concerned with appearance than with power.
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Having spent some time in California this year, we can be sure that the Tesla Model S should actually be the flag of that state. But again, we wonder what is most on your neck? Of course, the Ford F-150 may be the best-selling truck in all countries, but whether you’re in West, Florida, and the car you see the most is a golf cart or a smart crossblade (we give you the idea, but you get the idea).
Maybe you live somewhere in the outback of Australia and you are surrounded by Utes driving people who are probably much more legal here than in the United States of America. Maybe you’re in Dubai and the Bugatti Veyron isn’t really as popular as the rest of us believe. Either way, we want to get a feel for what is most popular wherever you are.
Is the stereotype about your area correct? And if not, why do people think the two are connected? Let us know in the comments below!