What Is The Most Popular Car in Calabasas?


The automobile you drive can be a huge indicator of your education level, tech smarts and wealth, according to Forbes. In America, we see our auto as an extension of ourselves, something that helps project the image of who we are, or who we want people to think we are. 

But what about a community?  Can a community’s most popular car be as revealing?

What are the most popular cars in Calabasas? 

Below are a list of the most popular cars in Calabasas, according to CarsDirect.com, which took a look at traffic over the past three months to individual CarsDirect.com vehicle make/model pages from car shoppers in the zip codes that make up each community. They used this data to determine which vehicles were looked at by the most shoppers in each area, so it is not a portrait of purchased cars, but sought-after cars. 

And for fun, here are a few “what your car says about you” articles if you want to see what this list might say about Calabasas:

Take a look at the list below, which ranks the most popular cars in Calabasas. For comparison, the second list ranks the most popular cars in California. What do you think of the list? Tell us in the comments. 

Most Popular Cars in Calabasas

  1. Hyundai Sonata
  2. Tesla Model 5
  3. Mercedes-Benz E-Class
  4. Audi A6
  5. Ford Explorer 
  6. Lexus CT200h
  7. Mazda CX5
  8. Jeep Grand Cherokee
  9. BMW 528
  10. Honda Odyssey 

Most Popular Cars in California

  1. Honda Accord
  2. Toyota Camry
  3. Honda CR-V
  4. Honda Odyssey
  5. Honda Civic
  6. Toyota Tacoma
  7. Toyota Prius
  8. Acura MDX
  9. Nissan Altima
  10. Lexus RX 350



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