List of most wanted car brands on Google

Post On: 14 December 2012
December 14, 2012

List of most wanted car brands on Google. Ford become the most wanted car brands on the site Google search this year. In the United States, Ford managed to surpass Honda in second place.

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The next position is occupied by Toyota, Lincoln and Dodge, Nissan, BMW, Jeep, Chevrolet and Audi.

Google analyzes the 1.2 billion searches in 146 countries. For Germany, the most requested car brand is Opel, and BMW, Audi, VW Mercedes, Renault, Porsche, Ford, Honda, and Toyota.

BMW became the first in Austria, followed by VW, Audi, Mercedes, Ford, Mini, Opel, Porsche, Honda, and Renault.

Turning to South America namely Colombia, Chevrolet is on top. In the next position filled by the Mini, Renault, Honda, Kia, Ford, Suzuki, Mazda, Hyundai, and Nissan.

While the Japanese giant manufacturer, Toyota ranks first in Australia. Then followed Ford, Holden, Nissan, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Hyundai, Subaru, and Suzuki.

As for the brand of hybrid cars the most sought after in the U.S. Google is the Fisker Karma, Camry Hybrid, Jetta Hybrid, BMW Hybrid, Ford Fusion Hybrid, Lexus Hybrid, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, Ford C-Max Hybrid, Hybrid Toyota Avalon and Buick LaCrosse Hybrid .

Search in Google is not always positively correlated with sales. Because in the United States of America, sales of the Ford brand is still quite difficult.

“Usually people are just looking for photos of the car on the internet.’s Not people who are looking for a car in the near future,” said Edmunds.com Vice Chairman Jeremy Anwyl, as quoted from the Detroit News.
On the site Edmunds.com itself, Honda car brand is the most searched. While in car2future.com is Ford as the most requested.

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One comment on “List of most wanted car brands on Google

  1. I’m a big fan of BMW 3 series. It has to be the best sedan on the market today. Interesting to see that the new BMW hybrid is right up there with the tesla in terms of searches in the US.

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