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so what is it?...right now i reside in northern wisconsin so i see ALOT of chevys B) ...as a matter of fact theyre the best selling car and truck company in the state :CG_all:
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The imports way out number the domestics in Toronto. Five years ago, that clearly was not the case. Being a masochist, I love to count a line of cars parked at the side of the street at random. Never do the Big Three account for more than 30% of the total in the street - and often they consist of 8 year old Caravans or Cavaliers. GM is tied with Toyota in SALES in the greater Toronto area, but I can feel that we are sinking. Outside Toronto, things are vastly different. YOu see a lot more Chevs and Fords.
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Looking out the 18th story window down at Yonge+Eglinton in Toronto, I currently see: 1 Honda 2 Chyslers 2 Dodges 1 Toyota 1 Lexus 4 Chevs 2 Fords 2 Mazdas 1 Isuzu 1 GMC ... sitting at the light. This is not typical, there should be many more Toyotas, some Nissans and Infinitis.
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Buicks and Oldses. Disproportionate comapred to anywhere else in the country I bet. That's not to say Fords and Chevies don't outnumber Buicks and Oldsmobiles (they do), but any given moment, if you're in Tampa Bay, there's a Buick or Olds just over your shoulder. That's the way it should be, IMO.
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I see about 90% Domestic here. . . considering it's a big 3 city.
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A little of everything, but the most common around here (metro Denver area) have to be Hondas, Toyotas, and lots and lots of Subuarus and Audis....(AWD is very popular here), and plenty of BMWs also... at least in the areas I frequent (downtown, Cherry Creek, and the southeast suburbs (Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills, Englewood, Centennial). For SUVs, I see a lot of Toyotas but also a lot of domestics (esp. Jeeps & GM full-sizers (Yukons, Tahoes, 'Burbans). Edited by moltar
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In Ames, mostly Toyota and Honda unfortunately. Lots of base Civics and Corollas, although I see a fair share of Cavaliers and Focuses. Back home though, Ford, Chevy, and Buick are the most common.
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I much more domestic than import. And Pontiac is REALLY popular over here.
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Porsches are huge here....they are everywhere. They are so common, almost boring. That's the highend. Otherwise, a mix...but big luxury suvs and pickups are king. The Accord and Civic are very common as well.
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back in my native city of fort worth it would just depend on where you were, i lived in the barrio so it was basically a bunch of domestics...mostly f-150's and silverado's with all that damn plastic junk on em <_< ....and small wheels, although last time i was down there i saw quite a few full sizers with dubs
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Well... here in good ol' Brookville, Pa...Chevy is by far the most popular. Pontiac takes second pretty easily. Ford is behind it as well as Dodge and Buick. Basically... a bunch of Domestics. To put things into perspective, I see more Cadillacs than I do Toyotas and Hondas combined. Toyota is quickly gaining popularity, though.
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Back home, I see more Mercurys than I do Toyotas or Hondas.
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Albany NY area has a good mix but of course lots of Camrys less Accords, then lots of GM's Fords Chryslers. Oldsmobile were plentiful but are now fading from view as "planned". Lots of SUVs but who pays attention to what they are, there all Blazers to me. Theres a few Audi and VW dealers that have done well around here, lower volumn but they sell. The big problem around here is Hyundia, we have a dealer that does a huge salethon in august. His goal is 1000 cars, he comes close and that must really hurt other dealers. Hyundia is gonna be tuff to compete with with that 10/100,000 and low prices plus salethons = trouble.
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ford. ford trucks. i live in texas and i can go to any given major intersection at any decent time during the day and spot no fewer than four ford pickup trucks. except in montrose and rice village, hooray for reasonable people!!
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At home, it's mostly domestics, especially Ford and Chevy. At school, the ones I see most are Honda, Toyota, and VW. Then the richer kids drive BMW or Audi. There is also one 1950s Cadillac Coupe Deville that I see around campus sometimes. It really stands out amidst the background of compact sedans.
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Out here in Newberg I see mostly Chevys from Loren Berg (where we bought ours). In Portland and Beaverton I see mostly toyotas and hondas with a lot of Tahoes and Subarus mixed in.
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