Worst American markets for hybrid car sales


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Source: cargurus.com

On January 5th, the best American car markets in 2012 for hybrid car sales were listed here on Panethos. Below are listed the worst car markets in the United States for hybrid car sales. For comparison, the national average in 2012 was 2.97%. It is quite interesting to note that 11 of the 14 markets listed below are in oil drilling regions of the country – that may hint where their priorities and preferences are centered.

  1. Tulsa, OK  0.58%
  2. Lafayette, LA 0.69%
  3. Midland-Odessa, TX 0.77%
  4. Lake Charles, LA  0.77%
  5. Glendive, MT  0.79%
  6. Bismarck-Minot, ND 0.79%
  7. Greenville-Greenwood, SC  0.80%
  8. Wheeling-Steubenville, WV/OH  0.94%
  9. Brownsville-Harlingen, TX  0.96%
  10. Corpus Christi, TX  0.97%
  11. Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX  0.97%
  12. Laredo, TX  1.01%
  13. Shreveport, LA  1.02%
  14. Baton Rouge, LA  1.04%
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3 Responses to Worst American markets for hybrid car sales

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