With more than 71 million members recorded in their demographic, millennials are certainly a generation to be reckoned with. With their growing influence and increased ability to determine consumer trends, millennials are becoming of more interest to carmakers as they seek to determine which car models will hold the most appeal.  

Enter QuoteWizard.com, the digital insurance comparison platform that focuses on auto, home, renter’s, health and life insurance. Founded in 2006, QuoteWizard has had more than 50 million customers fill out insurance forms over 12 years, according to a company spokesperson.

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To get an accurate ranking of the top cars driven by millennials, QuoteWizard took insurance data from over two million customers between the ages of 22 and 37 and compared auto insurance data on its website over the last 12 months. It then looked at the types of cars these consumers drove to get their total numbers, ranking them one through 10 based on quantity.

According to a spokesperson, the data collected by QuoteWizard is proprietary and from a self-reported insurance form that is free to be used as stated in the agreement.

As for the results, the list is rather interesting as it contains only one SUV and one pickup truck, two models that dominate the US market right now. Eight of the 10 cars listed are either sedans or compact cars, data which suggests that while most consumers are moving away from the family sedan, that particular car still holds an appeal for the millennial generation.

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Let’s take a look at the top 10 cars driven by millennials below.


10. Jeep Grand Cherokee

9. Ford Focus

8. Toyota Corolla

7. Ford F-150

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6. Chevrolet Impala

5. Hyundai Sonata

4. Toyota Camry

3. Honda Civic

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2. Nissan Altima

1. Honda Accord

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This article originally appeared on Business Insider.