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Ford's F150 is America's best selling vehicle, but the pick-up truck doesn't reign supreme in all 50 states.
According to Kelley Blue Book data, more than 10 states choose SUVs over pickups. Compact cars (Honda's Civic, Toyota's Corolla and Yaris) are the top picks in California, Ohio, Florida, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Still, Kelley Blue Book's list of the most popular vehicles sold in each state based on new car registrations in 2016 shows Americans love their trucks.
This year, the F-Series remains most popular, but Tim Fleming, analyst for Kelley Blue Book said 2017 consumers could shift last year's data.
"Sedans are rapidly falling out of favor," Fleming said in an email. "The Camry, Civic and Corolla have dropped from the fourth, fifth and sixth places to seventh, eighth and ninth this year. We don't see this trend stopping any time soon, although the new Camry could boost sales in the short-term."
Here's a look at the 2016 data (See map here).
Arkansas: Sierra 1500
Washington, D.C.: Civic
Delaware: Silverado 1500
Iowa: Silverado 1500
Indiana: Silverado 1500
Maine: Silverado 1500
North Carolina: Accord
North Dakota: F150
New Hampshire: Silverado 1500
New Jersey: CR-V
New Mexico: F150
New York: Rogue
Puerto Rico: Yaris
Rhode Island: RAV4
South Carolina: F150
South Dakota: F150
Wisconsin: Silverado 1500
West Virginia: Silverado 1500