More often than not, Tesla Model 3 buyers are trading up when taking delivery of the electric car. During Tesla’s second-quarter earnings call, the automaker shared what cars buyers are trading in most frequently.

The top five cars house a few surprises and are as follows:

  • Toyota Prius
  • BMW 3nSeries
  • Honda Accord
  • Honda Civic
  • Nissan Leaf

The Prius and Leaf are interesting vehicles since both nameplates helped kick off the hybrid and battery-electric car market in the United States. Both cars also cost significantly less than the Model 3 currently on sale.

Honda’s two sedans are also somewhat surprising. Neither car offers an electric option, though the Accord Hybrid will provide a frugal driving experience. The Civic Hybrid is no longer and will be replaced by the Honda Insight.

Finally, the BMW 3-Series shows Tesla may be striking the market it so desperately wants to penetrate: the luxury segment. The 3-Series has often been a luxury-sedan benchmark, and as Tesla takes more of them on trade, it shows the Model 3 is shaping up to be a fitting rival.