It’s no secret, men and women come from 2 different worlds. Even when it comes to vehicles, each gender has a specific preference of what car they would consider buying—everything down to the color. Basically, men like big, fast cars from the USA while women prefer safe and sporty vehicles from across the sea—which really, anyone could have guessed. But why the difference?
Men buy more status symbol vehicles while women don’t want a vehicle that will dominate their lives. As it has been surveyed that men are the primary consumers for high end vehicles as well as trucks (despite the brand), you can note that males that do buy those vehicles have a strong connection to it. They don’t just drive it, they take care of it—the ‘weekend warrior’ mantle is carried on proudly. Whereas for women, they would like a nice vehicle that has room for their children, friends, bags, etc. that gets them from point A to point B. Women don’t want to deal with cars—that’s what their mechanic/husband/boyfriend is for.
And that’s one of the big differences of how men and women choose their vehicle.