Sports car ownership is a fantasy for many, but given the price tag and impracticality of these vehicles, sports car ownership is a reality for just 2.7 percent of U.S. consumers. Which states have the most and least sports cars on the road, and what is the most popular sports car in each state? iSeeCars analyzed over 10 million vehicle sales to find out.
Which State Has the Most Sports Cars?To determine where sports car ownership is the most popular, iSeeCars calculated the share of sports cars in each state.
|Ranking of States By Shares of Sports Cars - iSeeCars|
|Rank||State||% Share of Sports Cars|
- Florida is the state with the most sports cars on the road, with California in a close second.
- The top ten states with the most sports cars have generally moderate climates.
- The states with the least sports cars are Northern, Rocky Mountain, and Midwest states that have harsh winters.
Most Popular Sports Car in Each StateAlong with where sports cars are the most popular, iSeeCars also examined which sports cars are the most popular in each state.
|Most Popular Sports Car in Each State - iSeeCars|
|State||Most Popular Sports Car||Second-Most Popular Sports Car|
|Alabama||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Alaska||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Arizona||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Arkansas||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|California||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Colorado||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Connecticut||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Delaware||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Florida||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Georgia||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Hawaii||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Idaho||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Illinois||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Indiana||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Iowa||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Kansas||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Kentucky||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Louisiana||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Maine||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Maryland||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Massachusetts||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Michigan||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Minnesota||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Mississippi||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Missouri||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Montana||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Nebraska||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Nevada||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|New Hampshire||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|New Jersey||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|New Mexico||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|New York||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|North Carolina||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|North Dakota||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
|Ohio||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Oklahoma||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Oregon||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Pennsylvania||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Rhode Island||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|South Carolina||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|South Dakota||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Tennessee||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Texas||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Utah||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Vermont||Ford Mustang||Chevrolet Camaro|
|Virginia||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Washington||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|West Virginia||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Wisconsin||Ford Mustang||Dodge Challenger|
|Wyoming||Dodge Challenger||Ford Mustang|
- The Ford Mustang is the most popular sports car in 41 states, while the Dodge Challenger is the most popular in the remaining nine.
- Both the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger are among the most affordable sports cars, with new versions starting at less than $30,000, which broadens their appeal.
- The Dodge Challenger is one of the only sports cars to offer all-wheel drive, and is the most popular sports car mainly among Northern and mountainous states.
- Vermont is the only state to have the Chevrolet Camaro as the second-most popular sports car.
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iSeeCars analyzed over 10 million model year 2016 - 2020 used car sales from September 2020 through August 2021. The number of sports cars sold in each state was expressed as a percentage of used cars sold in the state, and states were ranked by the resulting percent shares. The number of sports cars were also tabulated by model in order to determine the most popular sports car in each state.
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