Can you guess the best-selling car in North Dakota?

Driving deja vu is real.

There’s one vehicle you’ll probably see more than any other vehicle in North Dakota. Any guesses which one it is?

A survey was conducted by and it found that the best-selling car in each state was rated.

Other states

Before we dive into North Dakota’s best-selling car, let’s take a look at a few other states.

Florida Toyota Corolla

California – Honda Civic

Alaska – Subaru Interior

Nevada Toyota Rav4

Interesting, right?

North Dakota’s best-selling car

In North Dakota, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the most popular vehicle. Haven’t seen one? …How? Just kidding. Look.

The source says this has several (obvious) reasons. We have many rural areas and farming communities, so it is necessary to have a reliable car that can transport equipment and materials.

That doesn’t mean we have pretty harsh winters here; you need something with four-wheel drive, otherwise you’ll have a hard time getting around in the snow and ice.

It may not be the most fuel-efficient vehicle, but trucks are generally necessary for many jobs and situations in our state.


Across the board, the most popular cars were the Ford F-150, Honda CR-V and Chevrolet Silverado. In most cases, the best-selling car makes sense for each state’s weather and terrain.

Are you surprised by North Dakota’s best-selling car? Do you have a Chevy Silverado? Would you like to buy one for me? – Just kidding.

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