The only friends and family I know who drive cars are chicks or guys who can't afford to be choosy. I couldn't even get off our ranch on a rainy day or even 1/10th of the way up to my parent's Colorado cabin in a car. I'm not saying cars are unmanly or anything, but you are limited in what lifestyle you lead with a car. No towing, no off-roading, no hauling stuff etc. Why have a one-dimensional vehicle, unless you can afford to buy multiple vehicles?
is it true that c class is assembled in the us? my old accord is a 2000, my cousin has it now, and it was assembled in the us. guess what after 2 years i had transmission problem and it needed to be changed. cha ching!!! it got me cranky for the whole week...
It's not any less masculine to have a car, and there's nothing wrong with females driving trucks. I phrased my initial reply poorly; what I meant was that pickups are generally a man's vehicle, moreso than say, a Honda Accord. This is a fact. To me, it's just what I know I'll always be driving, and when I think of a men's vehicle, I think pickup. I didn't express that correctly, but as I said in my other posts it's all personal preference.
Let me be ignorant for a second, then...Im assuming you're from the South?
You counter my stereotype with another. If you're trying to make a point, it wasn't much of one. And no - I am not a Southerner.
I don't see the need to make anything out of stating a fact, that a pickup truck is, always has, and always will, be universally associated with a man.
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