4. Chevrolet Impala

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States where this vehicle ranks #1:Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin

MSRP:Starting at $27,895

MPG city/highway:22/30

A full-sized sedan with an impressive history, the Chevy Impala was first introduced in 1958 and is still a major presence on the roads of the Midwest. The Impala receives generally favorable reviews—it’s ranked #4 in large cars by  US News & World Report —and has fairly good safety features according to the  IIHS . And the fact that it’s the most popular car to drive in nine different states is no small tribute to its appeal. However, its low fuel efficiency may be a concern to someone who does a lot of city driving.

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