What’s popular where.
Not just food, accents and politics differentiate sections of the U.S. from each other. So do vehicles of choice. Regions vary, sometimes markedly, on automotive matters such as brand preference, vehicle popularity and pace of hybrid-electric vehicle sales, according to a trend analysis by Melinda Zabritski, senior director at data tracker Experian Automotive. The occasional instances of matching interests involve the Midwest and the South. For example, pickup trucks are the most popular ...
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