When I was a bit younger, I got my first car. It was a 2005 Chevy Malibu. It wasn’t a great vehicle but it got me from A to B, and actually was quite quick at accelerating.

As I got older, I’ve driven a few other vehicles, including my current car — a 2017 Hyundai Accent, which is again, not groundbreaking but gets great gas mileage, rarely has problems and is a smooth ride.

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People usually have preferences when selecting vehicles. If you’re over the age of 30 and have a family or about to have a family, you might side with a midsize SUV or even a full size SUV. If you’re single and younger, maybe something smaller and sleeker. Someone who works manual labor and drives often, maybe a pickup truck.

What’s the most popular vehicle in the State of New York though?

Insurify recently compiled their top 10 most popular vehicles on the country. They used car insurance applications and drivers’ history to determine the most popular vehicle in each state.

According to the research, the most popular vehicle in New York State is the Honda Accord, which is also the most popular vehicle in 11 other states.

It’s the second most popular vehicle in the country chart overall. Its gas mileage, safety, size and driving make it a popular pick according to the research from Insurify.

What’s number one in the country?

The Ford F-Series Pickup.

I see pickup trucks everywhere in states like Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and Kansas — so that’s not surprising, as is the Honda Accord being number two.

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