That*s a tough question! I think it*s less about the most researched or asked about vehicle as the most researched or asked about automotive topic. Women are very concerned about automotive safety, as well as buying and selling tips. Women typically want to know about the best ways to buy a car without getting "ripped off" or taken advantage of. They also want to know about safety of vehicles and their fuel economy.
SO really it*s more about them wanting to know about the smartest car purchasing decision they can make as opposed to being interested in one particular vehicle.
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〉 Answered on Oct 25th, 2008 by Breanne Boyle, Contributing Editor at AskPatty.com
Wow! It depends!! Research indicates that a larger percent of today*s market is definitely women, and it seems we are looking for the "most" for more miles per gallon. Women*s cars must be multipurpose. We have to haul stuff*not just kids and friends, but plants, fertilizer, ice chests, camping equipment, sports equipment, paint, wallpaper, pet supplies, lumber, tools, and of course, groceries along with the sacks of those "couldn*t pass up a sale on tops and shoes". It seems, therefore, more of us are asking about midsize sedans and smaller mini-vans, but we still want a vehicle that looks sporty and that is fun to drive!
〉 Answered on Oct 25th, 2008 by Georgia Brown, Director of Education at National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA)