The big three (Chevy, Ford and Dodge) still have the MOST vehicles. But this list shows what each state drives more of than any other vehicle.

Popular Mechanics came up with the idea for the list they called "The Unofficial State Cars of America." They had the help of auto analyst Tom Libby of IHS Automotive as well.

First, Libby pulled data about the make and model of every car sold in the U.S. and calculated the popularity of each by percentage using registration data. Then, he did the same at the state level, and compared each state to the national average. Got it?

In Texas, the Cadillac Escalade EXT sells at 343 percent of the national average.  We're known for our large vehicles here, but we also have three times the national average of Mazda 2s.

Here's the complete list of most distinctive vehicles by state.

In Alabama, the Kia Forte sells at 286 percent of the national average.

In Alaska, the Subaru WRX sells at 341 percent of the U.S. average.

In Arizona, the Fiat 500L sells at 238 percent of the national average, while the Fiat 500 sells at 1.7 times the national average.

In Arkansas, the GMC Yukon sells at 407 percent the national average.

The Kia Soul EV sells at 667 percent of the national average in California.

In Colorado, the Nissan Xterra sells at 524 percent the national average.

In Connecticut, the Subaru Impreza sells at 441 percent the national average.

In Delaware, the Volvo S80 sells at 345 percent the national average.

In the DC, the Jaguar XK sells at 752 percent the national average.

In Florida, the BMW 760 sells at 623 percent the national average.

In Georgia, the Nissan Leaf sells at 1,523 percent the national average.

In Hawaii, the Toyota Tacoma sells at 718 percent of the national average.

In Idaho, the Subaru Outback sells at 275 percent of the national average.

In Illinois, the Dodge Caravan sells at 291 percent of the national average.

In Indiana, the Buick Encore sells at 249 percent of the national average.

In Iowa, Ram trucks sells at 384 percent of the national average.

In Kansas, the Audi S6 sells at 243 percent of the national average.

In Kentucky, Kia Rio sells at 229 percent of the national average.

In Louisiana, the BMW 760 sells at 854 percent of the national average.

In Maine, the Volvo V60 Cross Country sells at 554 percent of the national average.

In Maryland, the MINI Clubman sells at 383 percent of the national average.

In Massachusetts, the Volvo XC70 sells at 305 percent the national average.

In Michigan, the Lincoln MKS sells 631 percent of the national average.

In Minnesota, the Ford Taurus sells at 271 percent of the national average.

In Mississippi, the Nissan Maxima sells at 484 percent of the national average.

In Missouri, the Dodge Caravan sells at 208 percent of the national average.

In Montana, the Ram 1500 sells at 397 percent of the national average.

In Nebraska, the Chevrolet Suburban sells at 260 percent of the national average.

In Nevada, the Fiat 500L sells at 388 percent of the national average.

In New Hampshire, the Volvo V60 Cross Country sells at 597 percent of the national average.

In New Jersey, the Audi S6 sells at 260 percent of the national average.

New Mexico, the Buick Verano sells at 415 percent of the national average.

In New York, the Cadillac Escalade EXT sells at 502 percent of the national average.

In North Carolina, the Kia K900 sells at 239 percent of the national average.

In North Dakota, the GMC Yukon Denali XL sells at 567 percent of the national average.

In Ohio, the Chevrolet Cruze sells at 201 percent of the national average.

In Oklahoma, the Ford Expedition sells at 266 percent of the national average.

In Oregon, the Smart Fortwo sells at 462 percent of the national average.

In Pennsylvania, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport sells at 298 percent of the national average.

in Rhode Island, the Hyundai Elantra Coupe sells at 452 percent of the national average.

In South Carolina, (where BMW has a large manufacturing plant) the BMW 760 sells at 935 percent of the national average.

In South Dakota, the Lincoln MKT sells at 641 percent of the national average.

In Tennessee, where the Smyrna Nissan plant builds several models, the Nissan Titan sells at 337 percent of the national average.

In Texas, the Cadillac Escalade EXT sells at 343 percent of the national average.

In Utah, the Volkswagen Touareg sells at 366 percent of the national average.

In Vermont, the Volvo V60 Cross Country sells at 841 percent of the national average.

In Virginia, the Audi S3 sells at 343 percent of the national average.

In Washington, the Nissan Leaf sells at 407 percent of the national average.

In West Virginia, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport sells at 403 percent of the national average.

In Wisconsin, the Dodge Caravan sells at 388 percent of the national average.

In Wyoming, the Nissan Titan sells at 476 percent of the national average.

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