Each week we review our server logs to determine where the most popular places to buy used cars are from month to month. This month used car shopping heats up out west, the northeast stumbles, and the south soldiers on. So let's dig in and look at what is currently trending this month:
Used cars El Paso
Used cars Augusta GA
Used cars Amarillo
Used cars Richmond VA
Used cars Midland TX
Cheap cars for sale in Los Angeles
Used cars Omaha
Used cars Columbia MO
Used cars Miami
Cheap cars for sale in Sacramento CA
Used Cars El Paso - The Winner
After a long dip in the charts, used cars El Paso has gone on a run and helped show once again that with all that wide open space, Texans love their cars (and trucks, and SUVs, and wagons). While it's not a Texas takeover yet again, watch out for a possible star state run.
Used Cars Augusta GA - Runner Up
While not number one again this month, used cars in Augusta GA have another month of strong contention under their belt and are leading the southern states to a rise in the rankings.
Central USA Used Cars
This month the shift is all over our central states, with El Paso being joined by used cars Amarillo, Texas as well as used cars Midland TX which isn't particularly surprising given the constant strength of Texans when it comes to buying cars. But its the addition of used cars Omaha in Nebraska as well as used cars Columbia MO that is adding to the shift in the central states.
Go West My Friend, Go West!
Of course the winds of change are blowing further then just the central states. For the first time in a while there is a significant western presence on the Lotpro top ten with cheap cars for sale in Los Angeles making a solid case this week and joined in at the bottom by cheap cars for sale in Sacramento CA. Joining them this month is the usual southern presence, as used cars Richmond VA jumped up quite high in the rankings this month and was joined at the bottom by used cars Miami. Is the summer heat starting to drive people to look for cars with working AC? Or have the hot summer deals finally caused the damn to break?
Check back next month as we look at whats hot in new cars.