(iSeeCars) – Luxury cars account for 19.9 percent of all vehicle sales in the United States. Buyers are attracted to luxury vehicles for a number of reasons including added features, better driving performance and advanced technology. The prestige that comes from driving a car with a luxury nameplate helps pay for the extra cost.
Whatever the reason for owning a luxury vehicle, some states attract more luxury car buyers than others. In which states do most drivers choose luxury vehicles? iSeeCars.com analyzed over 8.3 million car sales to find out.
|States Ranked By Share Of Luxury Cars – iSeeCars Study|
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- California is the state with the most luxury cars, with 28.2 percent of the state’s vehicle share.
- The state with the lowest share of used luxury cars is Wyoming, at 7.5 percent.
- Fifteen states have higher-than-average luxury cars, of which nine out of 15 are East Coast states.
- The states with the lowest share of luxury cars are the least densely populated.
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iSeeCars analyzed over 8.3 million used cars sold between February and July 2021. The number of cars of a luxury brand sold in each state was collected and expressed as a percentage share.
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