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    States With The Most And Fewest Luxury Cars

    A new study from iSeeCars.com takes a look at the states with the most and fewest luxury cars. iSeeCars researchers say luxury cars account for 17.7 percent of all vehicle sales in the United States. As you'd imagine, iSeeCars says buyers are drawn to luxury vehicles for reasons including extra features, enhanced driving performance, and advanced technology. Of course, there's also the prestige of having a luxury nameplate in the driveway.

    So which states have the most luxury cars on the roads?  iSeeCars.com analyzed over 10.9 million car sales to find out.  New Jersey came in number one - in fact nine East Coast states are among the top 15 states with more luxury vehicles than average. The state with the lowest, Wyoming.

    Here's a look at the list from iSeeCars:

    Ranking of States by Share of Luxury Cars - iSeeCars Study

    Rank

    State

    % Share of Luxury Cars

    1

    New Jersey

    27.9%

    2

    California

    25.2%

    3

    Connecticut

    24.6%

    4

    Florida

    22.1%

    5

    New York

    21.5%

    6

    Georgia

    20.4%

    7

    Massachusetts

    20.3%

    8

    Illinois

    19.9%

    9

    Rhode Island

    19.5%

    10

    Maryland

    19.5%

    11

    Oregon

    18.8%

    12

    Nevada

    18.6%

    13

    Hawaii

    18.1%

    14

    Virginia

    17.8%

    15

    Arizona

    17.7%

    National Average

    17.7%

    16

    Texas

    17.5%

    17

    Delaware

    17.3%

    18

    North Carolina

    16.3%

    19

    Washington

    16.3%

    20

    Colorado

    16.3%

    21

    Pennsylvania

    15.6%

    22

    Mississippi

    14.7%

    23

    South Carolina

    14.6%

    24

    Alabama

    14.2%

    25

    New Hampshire

    14.1%

    26

    Tennessee

    14.0%

    27

    Louisiana

    14.0%

    28

    Michigan

    13.8%

    29

    Ohio

    13.6%

    30

    Missouri

    12.8%

    31

    Indiana

    12.6%

    32

    Minnesota

    12.2%

    33

    Utah

    12.1%

    34

    Oklahoma

    11.6%

    35

    Kansas

    11.5%

    36

    Arkansas

    11.4%

    37

    Kentucky

    10.9%

    38

    Nebraska

    10.5%

    39

    Wisconsin

    10.4%

    40

    Alaska

    10.0%

    41

    New Mexico

    9.8%

    42

    Iowa

    9.2%

    43

    Maine

    8.4%

    44

    South Dakota

    7.6%

    45

    Idaho

    7.3%

    46

    West Virginia

    6.6%

    47

    Montana

    6.5%

    48

    Vermont

    6.4%

    49

    North Dakota

    6.2%

    50

    Wyoming

    5.2%

    Chart Source: iSeeCars.com.

    Kelley Blue Book recently reported that the average buyer luxury buyer paid $65,530 for a new vehicle in July.

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