Each week we review our server logs to determine where the most popular places to buy used cars are from month to month. For the first time in a while the Central and Western United States pulls ahead on Lotpro as Texas and the East Coast stumble. Long term trend or bump in the road?
Tulsa used cars
Used cars Amarillo
Used cars El Paso
Cheap cars for sale in CT
Used cars Augusta GA
Cheap cars for sale in Los Angeles
Used cars Omaha
Used cars Portland
Cars for sale in charlotte NC
Used cars Bloomington IL
Tulsa Used Cars - The Winner
Once again the state of Oklahoma is on top of Texas again, as Tulsa used cars jumps out of nowhere to take the top spot this month. The central region is suddenly at the center of it all once again!
Used Cars Amarillo - Runner Up
While up one spot from last month, used cars Amarillo Texas still finds itself in the unenvyable position of looking up at Tulsa this month as El Paso takes a tumble from the top spot.
Moving West for the Best (Deals)
While a two and three spot isn't bad representation for the Lone Star State, the fall of used cars El Paso to the number three spot is quite a fall. Is Texas starting to lose its grip on the secondary car market? And once again used cars Omaha is holding steady at the number seven spot to give the Central even more representation on the board. But looking farther west, there might be an even bigger suprise. Both cheap cars for sale in Los Angeles and used cars Portland have added extra weight this month. Is the diretion truely tipping away from an East Coast bias?
Those East Coast Used Cars
Speaking about those East Coast used cars, they haven't quite given up this month yet either. Cheap cars for sale in CT still did rather well for the state of Connecticut at number four this month, and cars for sale in Charlotte NC made the top ten for the first time in a long time on Lotpro.com. The Midwest was not totally forgotten with used cars Bloomington, IL creeping barely into the top ten at number ten as well as used cars Augusta GA helping to anchor the deep south although it to has fallen far from its runner up spot last month.
Speaking of this month, whats next for next week? What's trending for new cars as we see how the new 2013 models are doing. Cya then!