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Kevin Butler

Kevin Butler

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May 14th, 2012

New Website for Cars is by Women for Women

Men love cars. Do women love cars? Yes! Auto Venus is an automotive industry based website ‘built for women by women’. The site covers basic topics that any auto focused hub would generate, including reviews on new cars, current trends within the industry, and…reviews on child car seats? 

Don’t be fooled though, Auto Venus is far more than a spin on the automotive arena according to a mom’s perspective; all the female authors are clearly car enthusiasts at the core. The articles may have a feminine touch to them but the quality is solid, providing a refreshing take on vehicles that are usually reviewed for MPG and how fast they can go from 0 to 60.

For example, their review on the 2012 Dodge Journey AWD included comments regarding the second row of seats and the cargo space of the vehicle, whether or not it would be suitable for a family of 7 with groceries on deck. Not the typical car review I was expecting, but still, valuable information for any moms and dads.

Additional articles include topics ranging from the first all-female line-up in the Car World Rally Championship, to thoughts on teenage driving, and even driving apparel. While the average gearhead isn’t likely to bookmark the page, it’s a valuable automotive source for women with families or anyone looking for a more practical take on the automotive world.

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