Marvelous Mini Van

images.jpeg It’s just so sexy, isn’t it?

Wanted to pass along this bit of info from to my shells…

To say the least, your car may reveal a lot more about your self-image than you’d care to admit. The New York Timesreported Monday that researchers commissioned by various manufacturers have found that while buyers of both vehicle types are drawn primarily from the same demographic, their feelings about being part of that demographic couldn’t be more different. Aggregating their findings, we notice that SUV drivers are not exactly aging gracefully. They’re less comfortable than minivan drivers with being married, they like driving fast, and they want their cars to bulge with muscle, bristle with aggression and make them feel sexy — a ride in which they could still imagine taking a date. And when Lincoln promotes its Navigator as an “Urban Assault Luxury Vehicle” it’s tapping a deep-seated vein of anxiety: The SUV, say researchers, projects aggression, warning off the criminals that researchers insist haunt the subconscious of the SUV driver.

By contrast, the studies found, minivan drivers tend to be God-fearing community-oriented folk, who like the interior of their vehicle to remind them of being in the womb. They’re resigned to being parents rather than sexual predators, and are more likely to be at a religious service or doing volunteer work when their SUV counterparts are dining at fine restaurants, cruising nightclubs or working out.,8599,50060,00.html


Post a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.
%d bloggers like this: