Do you know what the 5 best-selling cars are in the great state of Arkansas?

When you are looking for a new car what kind of car are you looking for? Is it a truck, or a car that you can drive back and forth to work to save a little gas? Regardless of what you are looking for the car supply is small, heck you are probably like me and get letters all the time from the dealership wanting to buy your car or truck.

The car website Edmunds has tracked the most popular cars in every state and the nationwide popularity is not too surprising for most of us that live in the south. It is all about the trucks here. From the Ford F150 to the Ram 1500 trucks reign supreme in the south it is actually the most popular vehicle in 40 of the 50 states. Of course in California, the top 5 vehicles are all cars and the Tesla Model 3 makes the list as well.

But what are the top five cars in Arkansas?

Ram 1500, 2500, 3500

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The Ram trucks reign supreme in Arkansas. From the half-ton to the big work trucks, Arkansas folks love their Ram trucks.

Ford F-150

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Ford trucks come in at number two on the list but they are in the number one spot nationwide.

Chevy Silverado

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Well, the good ole Chevy makes the list in the number 3 spot. Do they even make a 2 door truck anymore?

GMC Siera

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The GMC Sierra is in a solid fourth place and pretty much says it all with trucks taking the top 4 spots on this list.

Toyota Camry

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Coming in at spot number 5 is the Toyota Camry. They sure have changed a lot since my mom had one of these in gold. The Carmy is actually the highest-ranking car on the list of most popular vehicles in the United States coming in at number 6 nationwide.

 

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