When most people think about cars, they think about men. Not because there is a real connection between the two simply because it’s a social conditioning. However, as the world has become more modern, subjects and areas such as these have become more open and embraced by both men and women, leaving women to make their own mark in the automotive world.
With this thought in your mind, below are three cars which are most commonly chosen by women.
BMW 7 Series
If you thought that the first vehicle on this list was going to be a minivan then you have been watching too many sitcoms. Like all BMW models, the 7 series comes with all of the luxurious bells and whistles which you would expect from a luxury automobile. Of course, luxury isn’t the sole reason why this car was so highly chosen. With a top speed of 155 miles per hour and a standing start speed of 0-60 in 4.8 seconds, the 320 horsepower engine shows its worth as it lunges the slight frame forward.
When it comes to a perfect mixture of power and luxury, this is it. It is everything you would expect from BMW, and nothing less.
When it comes to hatchbacks, women can’t seem to go past the Audi A3. Continuing the classic lines that you have come to expect from AUDI, the 2017 edition of the A3 is packed with a 220 horsepower engine that can get such a small car where it needs to go. With a top speed of 129 miles per hour and a standing start of just 5.4 seconds to reach 60 miles per hours, this vehicle is quite the contender.
This should be more than enough to get you around town collecting our orders from the Groupon Coupons page for Torrid and the kids to and from their band practices.
Last, but certainly not least is the Volvo XC90. While the name Volvo was once synonymous with slow and bad drivers, this image has been replaced with the arrival of several high quality and appropriately priced model to come from the automaker in recent year. The XC90 is one of them.
A 400 horsepower engine keeps this SUV moving with a top speed of around 132 miles per hour. While it isn’t’ going to win you any races, it will see a solid level of fuel economy with around 24 miles to the gallon when cruising, however, noticeably less when taking on city roads to complete your errands. Of course, being a modern SUV is also comes with all of the luxuries included, with power everything and voice control at the ready.
Well, there you have it! Three of the most commonly picked cars amongst women. How did you go? Were you close with any of your guesses or were all of your choices guided by TV and movie stereotypes of soccer moms and screaming kids?