The Top Five Cars Purchased By Men and Women Show That Men Want Looks… And Women Want Practicality
A website called TrueCar.com analyzed more than eight million car purchases in the U.S. last year, to try to figure out how men and women approach the car-buying process. And they found... nothing but an old stereotype coming true.
When it comes to car buying, men tend to favor cars that drive fast and look good... and women go for cars that cost less and are more practical.
The lists of the top 10 cars that had the highest percentages of male buyers and female buyers are pretty comical illustrations of the findings.
The top 10 cars brands that have the highest percentage of male buyers are: Ferrari, Maserati, Porsche, GMC, Jaguar, Dodge, Land Rover, Ford, Chevrolet, and Hummer.
The top 10 cars brands that have the highest percentage of female buyers are: Mini, Kia, Honda, Nissan, Subaru, Suzuki, Hyundai, Mercury, Mazda, and Mitsubishi.
The one model of car with the highest percentage of female buyers was the Volkswagen Beetle at 61%. For men, it was the Porsche 911 at 88%.
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