ok - so I thought I'd start this thread based on another one I posted. Sorry to stereotype but we all know that certain cars seem to be driven mostly by women.
I'll go first
1. VW Cabrio - white with white interior
2. VW New Beetle - all models
3. Late model Camero's
4. Any car that daddy bought new off the lot that's a convertible and is going to be driven by a freshman (first year) coed college student especially if driven to an expensive private school (Ivy league, Stanford, Tulane, Duke etc.)
SUV's are the ultimate chick cars. My wife and many folks like her wont have anything but an SUV. Many women (not the ones on MINI2) dont care about handling or performance and really dont see the fun in driving on a curvy road for the fun of it.
Look at the drivers of Ford Escapes, Nissan Exterras, Lincoln Aviators and dozens of other SUV models, you will mostly see women in those vehicles.
If my wife and women like her want cars that they can haul thier junk, their friends and the junk their friends buy at those boutique places.
Let's leave the small high performance cars alone and start pointing fingers at the true chick transportation - The SUV!
What's really funny is that women hate station wagons! I have, unsuccessfully, tried to get my wife to drive either an Audi A4 Avant or a Volvo V70R. She does not want to be seen driving a "wagon". I have also tried in vain to explain that an SUV is a station wagon raised up in the air. I explain the handling, gas mileage, and ride comfort benefits of these cars but it does not matter. So as a compromise, I am getting rid of my CL Type-S and getting a Mini. She will be getting rid of her PT Cruiser and getting her SUV 3 months later. All's well that ends well!
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