Skip to comments.10 cars women love (Not to buy list for men :0)
Posted on 04/25/2012 7:46:34 AM PDT by C19fan
Regardless of which direction the war of the sexes is leaning, one thing is certain: A gender gap still exists between women and men when it comes to buying a new car.
According to the third annual gender and car buying study by TrueCar.com, the brand with the highest percentage of retail sales to women in 2011 continues to be Mini (46.2 percent), followed by Nissan (45.7 percent), and Kia (45.6 percent) compared to 2010 when Mini (47.9 percent) came in first, followed by Kia and Honda respectively (46.8 percent and 46.0 percent). On the flip side, 13 of the top 20 brands in 2011 with the highest percentage of male buyers were either exotic or luxury brands.
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So... this is a chick thread.
Well... here’s a gift for the chicks.
The mini-cooper is such a chick car. I laugh at men who drive them.
All the girls love my 83 Eldorado Biarritz.
Watch the movie Italian Job. They rev up the mini and give it a starring role.
What would an equivalent car for a man?
The 1969 version or 2003 version?
That's a riot! Gonna send a link to my sister.... thanks!
I would agree with you about the Mini built by BMW but the true Mini Cooper has a long racing history and was quite a beast until Leyland was nationalized and the Commies started making junk.
BMW Z4 sDrive28i
They were the newer ones if that is the 2003.
It’s a good movie if you haven’t seen it. No oscar roles, but a fun movie to watch.
well, not in that order.
Of course I car I can only dream of driving, hee hee.
LOVE my car for 4 years now....
Looking at the list of vehicles, they all fall into one of 2 categories:
1. “cute” soccer mom taxi
2. ohhhhhh those are sooooo cute!!!
I bought it from the Lincoln used car lot 10 months ago. Mint condition, great lines, only 22,000 miles, not a scratch or stain inside or out, beautiful leather interior, engine spanking clean, even smelled new.
Believe it or not, I paid only 14K plus tax for it.
This was because they're not making the wonderful, roomy, dependable Town cars any more. I own the end of an era.
Pffftt.....I love my F150 Pickup....11 years old
Fiat 500, hands down. I want one so badly. But then, we had one when I was growing up in Italy, so I have fond memories.
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