Ford, Chevrolet models lead list of most-googled vehicles in the U.S.

Chris Teague

Chris Teague

Chevy and Ford trucks lead the list of vehicles searched for the most in the U.S

The Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado are two of the top-selling vehicles in the I.S. So it’s no surprise that they’re the most-googled according to new data analysis by ValuePenguin.com. What may surprise you is where in the country buyers are most searching for the trucks and what else they’re looking for.

Micheal Hoffman, the senior research analyst at ValuePenguin.com, and the lead researcher on this report said, “These findings provide a pulse on consumer demand trends in the U.S. auto industry, at a critical moment for the economy and auto manufacturers, following several years of record breaking vehicle sales.”

Here are the most-googled vehicles in the U.S. right now.

Ford F-150

2020 Ford F-150

Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Company

According to ValuePenguin.com, “America’s best-selling pickup truck, the Ford F-150, took the top spot for online searches in 32 U.S states, and is among the top three most searched vehicles in 49 states. Regionally, the Ford F-150 captured the most consistent google search interest in the Midwest and South.”

Ford will reveal its next-generation F-150 later this month. An all-electric version of the model is coming soon as well.

Chevrolet Silverado

2020 Chevrolet Silverado RealTree Edition

Photo courtesy of Chevrolet

ValuePenguin.com says, “The Chevy Silverado was not far behind the Ford F-150 in absolute search volume, and was the most searched for car in eight states – Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Interest in the Silverado spanned all regions and propelled it to the top three most searched cars in 42 states.”

In the two years, Chevrolet has begun selling its new Silverado regular duty and Silverado HD pickup trucks. There’s a 1500 RealTree Edition coming for 2021. Chevy recently announced that it’s staring a Silverado desert racing program.

Honda Civic

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Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc

The Honda Civic was the third most searched vehicle in the country and the first in six states- California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. The Honda civic is also the most searched car overall in the entire Northeast region, and the two most populous states in the country.

Toyota Tacoma

2020 Toyota Tacoma

Photo courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc.

From the ValuePenguin.com team: “The Toyota Tacoma, which captured the most searches among all vehicles in Hawaii, Vermont and Washington was also the fourth most searched car in the United States. The Toyota Tacoma has been among the top-selling pickups in the U.S. for the past two decades.”

The Tacoma has gotten a facelift and safety upgrades for 2020. It is also now being sold in Nightshade and Trail Special Edition models. Toyota recently confirmed that they’re moving all Tacoma production out of the U.S. to Mexico.

Honda Accord

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Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc

The Honda Accord received more searches than any other vehicle in Rhode Island and the District of Columbia — the smallest areas surveyed in ValuePenguin’s analysis. In all six states where the Honda Civic was the most searched vehicle, the Honda Accord was right behind in second place.

Honda hasn’t changed the Accord much for the 2020 model year. Still, it’s near the top of the list of best-selling car rankings for 2020.

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