Some states can be stereotyped with a particular type or brand of vehicle. For example, when you think of Oregon, the Subaru Forester more than likely pops into your head. When you think of Texas, a Dodge or Chevy truck may be the first thing that comes to mind. But what about Idaho? Is there a specific vehicle that we are known for having? Surprisingly yes. According to USA Today which ranked the most popular vehicles in each state based on new car registrations, the Ford F series ranks supreme in the Gem State.

This isn't too surprising to me. Outside the Northend, it seems everyone has a truck or SUV. And in the rural parts of the state, "Americas Brand" Ford trucks are probably very useful navigating the Idaho terrain and farmland.

Idaho isn't the only state that loves the Ford F-150. 22 other states including Montana, Nevada, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, and Louisiana have the F-150 ranked number one.

Though the F-150 is the best selling vehicle in America, it doesn't reign supreme in all states. California loves the Honda Accord, and Oregon and Washington have the Subaru Outback at the number one spot. In recent years, compact cars and sedans have fallen off the list because of falling gas prices and more fuel-efficient trucks.

Have you ever wondered what the most popular car color is in Idaho? According to iSeeCars, green cars rank number one at 33% on the road in Idaho. The most popular color in the United States is red.