I'm on vacation right now, so I've really noticed how car demographics vary from state-to-state. For example, in So. Utah, I regularly would go days without seeing a Volvo. I'd estimate them to be less than 1% of the car population. But now, I'm in Seattle, and ever since mid-Oregon (and everything North of it) I've been seeing Volvos everywhere!!
They seem to be about 10% of the car population here!! In addition, though the G20 is the least-common Infiniti where I live, I see a disproportionate number of G's in Seattle compared to other Infinitis.
Also, in So. UT, 95-99 Sentras and 98-2001 Altimas are prevalent whereas here I am seeing hundreds upon hundreds of 91-94 Sentras and 93-97 Altimas!!
It's very strange! Anyone else take a cross-country road trip and notice this? :?: