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Car.com Names Most Searched Vehicles

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Cars.com has released an analysis of site reviews, ranging from the most reviewed and most highly reviewed cars, to where in the U.S. consumers are most inclined to leave dealership reviews.
The top five most reviewed cars on Cars.com are:
   • Honda Accord
   • Honda Civic
   • Toyota Camry
   • Honda CR-V
   • Ford F-150
 
The top five highest-rated cars by Cars.com users are:
   • Chevrolet Corvette
   • Toyota 4Runner
   • Ford Mustang
   • Porsche 911
   • Mercedes-Benz S-Class
 
In addition to consumer reviews of individual vehicles, Cars.com helps consumers find the right dealership to do business with.
 
The top five states with the most Dealer Reviews on Cars.com are:
   • Florida – 365,000 dealer reviews
   • Texas – 255,000 dealer reviews
   • Nevada – 249,000 dealer reviews
   • California – 247,000 dealer reviews
   • New Jersey – 226,000 dealer reviews

Last modified on Friday, 19 May 2017 00:36
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